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Letaba – Always a Winner!

As the year draws to a close, the annual prizegiving ceremonies in the movie industry. We always try to guess which camps in the Kruger

KRUGER CHRONICLES-Shingwedzi Rest Camp

It is unclear where the name Shingwedzi comes from, but the local people believe it is named after Tsonga people who used to live in the area. Shingwedzi is believed to be a combination of ‘Shing-za-goli’ (the name of the leader in the group) and ‘Njwetse’, which describes the sound you hear when iron is rubbed together.

The heartbeat of the Kruger

Growing up, one of Natasha Schutte’s most treasured memories and privileges was camping with her grandparents every weekend. As such, she and her family have visited virtually all the camps in the Kruger National Park. One small camp, located in the central part of the park, holds a special place in their hearts.

Support for the struggling secretarybird

Often described as a peculiar looking bird, with the body of an eagle and the legs of crane, the Secretarybird is a treat to spot – especially if you’re fortunate enough to witness their elaborate mating ritual. However, writes BirdLife South Africa’s Raptor and Large Terrestrial Bird Project Manager, Dr Christiaan Willem Brink, these birds are increasingly under threat and already labelled Endangered.

A wildlife viewing feast

In the southern part of the Kruger National Park, near the Malelane gate, lies Biyamiti… one of the most beautiful bushveld camps in the area and a spectacle of fauna and flora. Natasha and Anton Schutte of Sunset Adventure Travel believe it’s the perfect place for nature lovers who long for an unforgettable experience in a place where they can relax and unwind.

Your choice just got Brezza!

Suzuki launched the long-awaited Vitara Brezza earlier this year, and from the get-go, it turned heads with its attractive looks. But in one of the