African Blessings Blog

African Blessings Blog

Please, help save the Bees!

Please, help save the bees!

Bees are often dubbed “nature’s chemist” as they play an incredibly significant role in our eco-system and food chain. There are around 20 000 known species of bees which are categorised into seven families; all of which have an important purpose. Bees are responsible for pollination, which in basic terms is a process that involves transferring

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Senior Citizens

Senior Citizens

October is a very, very special month! Nature comes to life after the winter season, trees are lush and green, crops emerge from the soil and we hope for generous rain. But that is not the most meaningful reason. The most note-worthy reason that makes October so momentous is that we are reminded to love,

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Love Mozambique

Love Mozambique

Mozambique, with all its beauty and splendour, is located on the Indian Ocean coastline of Southern Africa and offers visitors a tranquil and picturesque destination. The country is known for its vibrant culture, white sandy beaches, crystal blue waters, and marimba inspired music and colourful cuisine; a paradise which displays the beauty that the African

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Statuette

Statuette

It is neither majestic nor unduly magnificent or in any way outstanding. Yet, I find pleasure here. I’m talking about a typical African thorn tree. I sat beneath its shelter and marvelled at the fact that this very ordinary tree gave so much. We were privileged to live on the Monateng Safari Lodge, East of

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Sitting in His Presence

Sitting in His Presence

“You’re it!” would be words we liked to hear as children as we were enjoying our game of tag. Some call it ‘catchers’ or ‘touchers’. One child was nominated as ‘you’re it’ and got the game going by chasing after the rest of the players who ran away from ‘you’re it’ in order to stay

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