Category Archives: Community Projects

Somkhanda Training

Somkhanda Community Game Reserve is situated in northern Zululand roughly 18km north of Mkuze Village. It is an exceptional reserve of 16 000 ha and home to black and white rhino, buffalo and leopard. The reserve belongs to the Gumbe … Continue reading

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Somkhanda Game Reserve

Don’t you just hate it when you sit down to write a blog post or article that’s so boring that you can’t even be bothered to read it? Well that’s just what I have done so I am trying again! … Continue reading

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Tick Bite Fever

Symptoms: Tick bite fever (TBF) is an unpleasant ‘disease’ to get. The onset of Tick Bite Fever usually occurs 10 to 14 days after being bitten by an infected tick with the following symptoms: • Fever and chills • Aches … Continue reading

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Sigodo School’s appreciation

‘’Dear African Insight, On behalf of Sigodo Primary School- the Governing Body, Educators and Learners, we would like to take this opportunity to thank Eastbourne College for their generous contribution to the School. The project went very well and we … Continue reading

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Ekuthuleni Authentic Cultural Home Stay & Volunteer Project

Realising the need for real cultural experiences Andrew Anderson (of African Insight) and Patrick Pakhati (a registered Zulu Cultural Site Guide) joined forces to establish an authentic Zulu cultural experience, which exposes visitors to authentic contemporary rural Zulu life. Planning … Continue reading

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Mabanda Community Stay

In 2005 African Insight was personally invited by the local chief Nkosi Baleni and the Mabandla Community Trust to develop an authentic cultural experience within the Mabandla Community. This community falls within the Ngwagwane  Conservancy which forms part of the … Continue reading

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St. Lawrence College making a difference

A group of 20 students from St. Lawrence College in Kent England recently visited      South Africa with African Insight on a wildlife studies and authentic cultural immersion experience in the Kruger Park region of South Africa.  Prior to their trip … Continue reading

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