Southern Africa: Lesotho Elections Peaceful, Free and Fair – SADC
The elections in Lesotho were peaceful, transparent and generally reflected the will of the Basotho people (All Africa; 2015).
International School Meals Day: When Two Meals A Day Matter Most
Regardless of the season, a mountain destination is a ideal for a honeymoon. Whether you enjoy the landscape while you relax at the hotel or hike through it’s rugged terrain, whether you want to ski or explore the local towns, shopping or actually climbing a mountain…there is something for everyone! Along with the beauty of the mountains, there are waterfalls, rain forests and other natural wonders to soak in…(Wilson; 2013).
Ts’ehlanyane National Park
Maliba Lodge is located within the Ts’ehlanyane National Park.
The name “Ts’ehlanyane” is the local common name for the berg bamboo (Thamnocalamus tesselatus), from which the river and park take their name. The National park is the most important refuge for this plant in the entire Drakensberg-Maloti Mountain Range.
352 Trees In A Single Day
As a part of the continuous agricultural training, The Maliba Trust worked with chief Mohale and local community members and teachers at Ha Mohale with planting 352 gum trees on the 5th of February 2015.
Crab-Stuffed Lobster Tail
The Bearded Vulture is an integral component of the environment, performing an essential ecological role as a scavenger. They are an economical way of disposing of carcasses and in doing so they limit the spread of disease. The Bearded Vulture is a spectacular sight in its own right, the Bearded Vulture also has spiritual & cultural values to many cultures over the centuries (Project Vulture; 2015).
German Varsity Launches Students’ Empowerment Project
The Leuphana University in Germany has, in collaboration with the Lesotho National Development Corporation (LNDC) and the Lesotho National Commission for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), launched the Student Training for Entrepreneurial Promotion (STEP) (Public Eye; 2015).
CLEVELAND — Two college classmates are discovering that a good idea can really take you places. Their desire to help people in under developed countries is already impacted lives and potentially could help countless more. The idea: a better way to charge cell phones (WKYC; 2015). Read more