Issue 25 (Autumn 2003)
Autumn 2003

Indian Ocean Islands Special Feature · Chimpanzees of Uganda · Katavi National Park, Tanzania · Swakopmund, Namibia · Everyone's Africa: Zambia · Guiding · Die Hel, South Africa · Interview: Ian Player · Top 10 Birding Sites



Everyone's Africa: Zambia
Dubbed ‘The Real Africa' by the local tourist office, Zambia has something for everyone. William Gray prescribes two-week adventures tailored for the first-timer, the Africa addict and the true connoisseur.
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Africa is for... Getting Married
Where to tie the knot in Africa.
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Food: Ethiopian Coffee
Coffee originates from Ethiopia, where it was first discovered in the 9th century. Today it still grows wild in the forest. Contrary to popular belief, large parts of Ethiopia are fertile and green, and it is in these southern highland areas that coffee shrubs grow in abundance. There is no drought in this region and yields are high.
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Incognita: Tassili N'Ajjer National Park
The middle of the Sahara is not the sort of place you'd expect to come across a national park. Nor to find a combination of geological and cultural features of such exceptionally importance that Unesco declared the area a World Heritage Site in 1982.
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Culture: Maasai Olngesherr ceremony
Nairobi-based writer Jane Barsby and photographer Wendy Stone receive a rare invitation to attend a Maasai Olngesherr ceremony.
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Culture: Malawi's Grave Man
Juliet Coombe meets Mr S S Ngoma, a man obsessed by his own death.
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Origins: Migration of People
In part three of our series, The Shaping of Africa, Len Rix explores the rich diversity of peoples and their often surprising roots.
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People: David Livingstone
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Wildfile: Cheetah Teacher
Theresa Thompson met Dr Laurie Marker of Namibia's Cheetah Conservation Fund, to find out how she managed to train a one-year-old cheetah cub to hunt.
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Wildfile: Ground Hornbill
Once spotted, the ground hornbill is worth a few minutes of your time.
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Wildfile: Warthog
Warthogs have been rather unfairly described as "incarnations of hideous dreams" (Lydekker, 1908) and "the most astonishing objects that have ever disgraced nature" (Anon)
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