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  1. Partying to the beat of the bushRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 |

    Zimbabwe It is the last morning of 2014 and we are standing in front of the largest curtain of water in the world, the spectacular Victoria Falls. The 1 708m-wide sheet of falling water is an awe-inspiring sight and is deserving of its place as one of the year's New7Wonders of Nature.


  2. A 1910s Toronto photo extravaganzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | BlogTO

    The second decade of the 20th century left its mark on Toronto. The city undertook several major infrastructure projects during the 1910s, including building the Prince Edward Viaduct of the Don Valley, and the infilling of the Don River mouth and construction of the Port Lands.


  3. Incredible pictures of daring duo conquering tightrope over Victoria FallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 |

    Battling fierce winds and water spray, daring Reinhard Kleindl, 34, fulfils a lifelong dream of walking a high line across Victoria Falls. The Austrian and his German pal Lukas Irmler were the first to achieve the feat at the world's biggest waterfall on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia.


  4. Microsoft and National Geographic team up to showcase 4K recording on the Lumia 930Read the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | WinBeta

    As the Lumia Denim update slowly makes its way to Lumia devices worldwide, we are also getting peeks of what the included features are, and how they work. Today's peek comes from Microsoft, with the company showing off one of the biggest new features of Denim; 4K video capture.


  5. SADC has its plate full in 2015Read the original story

    Monday Jan 19 | Zimbabwe Situation

    SADC member states, through the Southern African Power Pool, have identified priority energy projects to be implemented in the short term with a target of attaining power self-sufficiency by 2018. THE year 2015 promises to be an exciting period for Southern Africa, with crucial regional processes expected to be concluded and deadlines for a number of important regional and global milestones beckoning during the next 12 months.


  6. Zimbabwe: Police Officers Resist Arbitrary TransfersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 18 |

    THE Zimbabwe Republic Police has launched yet another round of staff transfers with officers being arbitrarily moved to different stations around the country. But according to sources officers are this time around resisting the move with some preferring to resign instead of being moved to areas they don't like. 1 comment

  7. 5 lost bridges you might not know existed in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | BlogTO

    Crisscrossed by rivers, ravines, and valleys, the terrain in around Toronto provided challenges for early bridge builders. One of the earliest river crossings was located on the Don River near the Necropolis cemetery.


  8. .com | Zim schools send lion warning to parentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 17 | News24

    Schools in Zimbabwe's city of Bulawayo had to send warnings to parents this week after three lions were reportedly spotted there, the official Chronicle reported on Saturday. Police are investigating the report and have urged parents to accompany their children to and from school for the time being.


  9. .com | Mugabe to celebrate 91st birthday at Vic FallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | News24

    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe plans to celebrate his 91st birthday with a party in the resort town of Victoria Falls, the ruling party's youth league announced on Thursday. The Zanu-PF youth league members have already started fundraising for the party, which traditionally sees thousands of supporters attending, according to a statement.


  10. Great Zimbabwe: The spectacular ancient city that tourism forgotRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 |

    It's just after dawn, and I'm alone, climbing the trail to the 15th-century royal compound on the hilltop at Great Zimbabwe in southern Africa. Like all the stone structures here, the stairwell is open to the sky, but the incline is so steep and the curves so sharp that I can't see more than 10 feet in front of me.


  11. Liquid plans fibre link to Victoria FallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 11 | Total Telecom

    Liquid telecom on Monday announced that it is building a new fibre network link in Zambia between the capital Lusaka and Victoria Falls. The US$5 million project will be undertaken by Liquid Telecom's local unit, which is part owned by power company Copperbelt Energy Corporation .


  12. Eurobites: Portugal Telecom Set to Decide on Altice SaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 12 | Light Reading

    Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telecom Italia gains mobile customers; Ivory Coast operator acquired; Last Tango at Openreach. It's looking like crunch time for Portugal Telecom, as a shareholder meeting is scheduled for today which should decide whether a planned sale of 7.4 billion of its former assets to France's Altice goes ahead, reports the Irish Times .


  13. CEC Liquid to construct new fibre link between Lusaka and LivingstoneRead the original story

    Monday Jan 12 | TeleGeography CommsUpdate

    Liquid Telecom has revealed plans to construct a new fibre link between the capital Lusaka and Victoria Falls in Livingstone, with this expected to serve both retail and wholesale customers with what the company has claimed will be 'the most reliable, high-speed broadband connectivity in Southern Zambia'. With the cost for the turnkey 500km fibre link construction and terminal equipment estimated at USD5 million, the new route will reportedly start in Lusaka, transiting through eight southern circuit towns including Kafue, Mazabuka, Monze, Choma and Kalomo, before terminating at Victoria Falls in Livingstone.


  14. .com | Surprise SA inclusion on NY Times annual travel listRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 11 | News24

    Durban on the other hand, coming in at number 7, and as the third city to find its place in the spotlight on the list, is on the up and up. And we could not agree more.


  15. How Chinese in Zambia are getting rich and boosting tourism at Victoria FallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 10 | South China Morning Post

    Copper-rich nation has long proved prosperous for Chinese migrants. Now their work and investments - in hotels, roads and airports - are attracting tourists from China and enabling Zambia to capitalise on its greatest asset, Victoria Falls, writes Jenni Marsh "My husband is the best Chinese chef in Zambia," says Liu Xiuyi, a former takeaway employee from Chongqing.


  16. Her adventure brings her to the edge of the earthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | Weekend Balita

    Lourdes "Odette" A. Ricasa is a globetrotting traveler, author, poet, painter and realtor who has traveled to 257 countries and has accumulated a total of 1.8 million flight time miles, having been awarded a certificate by the Travelers' Century Club, honoring her for travelling to more than 250 countries worldwide for constant travelling. For the past 14 years, Odette has likewise established a travel group called National Travel Club whose monthly meetings have guest speakers presenting and sharing their travel experiences worldwide.


  17. South Africa: Valentine's Day Escape in the Golden TriangleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Travel World News

    Escape at the Palace of The Lost City and experience the Balloon Safari with your love, a romantic dinner at Plume restaurant and a massage for two at the Royal Spa. Sun City's flagship hotel, The Palace of the Lost City, takes its architectural and interior themes from a lavish lost African tribe fantasy.


  18. Zimbabwe: What does 2015 hold?Read the original story

    Wednesday Jan 7 | In-depth Africa

    When you think about past history it is extraordinary how the world keeps on catching us by surprise - in 2014 there is no doubt in my mind that the great surprise that the world sprang upon us was the 50 per cent reduction in crude oil prices from $115 in June to $57 in December. No one saw this coming, everyone was taken by surprise.


  19. African adventure for Nanneella residentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | Benalla Ensign

    It started on a Nanneella dairy farm and took her to the plateaus and valleys of southern Zambia and lions - lots of lions. With a degree in social sciences, a start in animal sciences and a switch to veterinary sciences, the former Rochester Secondary College student has found her future.


  20. Zambia's The Royal Livingstone Introduces Detoxing Water...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 5 | Travel World News

    Zambia's Royal Livingstone Hotel, on the banks of the Zambezi River, has created 'Water Retreat Experiences' for health conscious luxury travelers looking for an alternative well-being break combined with lifelong memories. Water defines The Royal Livingstone.