AFRICAN BILLIONAIRE SLAUGHTERS ELEPHANTS

US to import baby elephants from Zimbabwe despite uproar ..

AFRICAN BILLIONAIRE SLAUGHTERS 20 ELEPHANTS DURING $200 MILLION BIRTHDAY BASH

Kambooni | Jalabnanke Babawatke, son of African billionaire and oil tycoon Mamalouke Abamknamole Babawatke, who is estimated to be worth a whopping 40 billion dollars, has organized one of the most expensive birthday bashes where it seems everything was permitted.

The 20-year-old son and sole heir of the Babawatke fortune has spared no expense.

From dawn to dusk, the 20,000 guests were treated to the worlds greatest DJs such as Tiesto, Armin Van Buren and David Guetta, the event being presented by no less than Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, personal friends of his father. Read more…

 

Baby elephant export

US to import baby elephants from Zimbabwe despite uproar

US zoos now plan to import baby elephants from Zimbabwe, undeterred by the international furore over their 2016 import of 18 wild elephants from Swaziland. Read more….

Africa’s rich resources

Africa’s rich resources

Oil and gas

Africa is home to five of the world’s top oil-producing countries, with an estimated 57 percent of Africa’s export earnings from hydrocarbons. Read more…

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What Are The Major Natural Resources Of The Democratic Republic Of The Congo?

The DRC has rich and varied natural resources.

DRC natural resources

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is an African nation that is considered to be one of the wealthiest countries regarding natural resources. Despite the presence of vast quantities of natural resources, Congo remains one of the poorest nations on earth.  Read more..

Ecotourism

South Africa: Road Tripping at its Best


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HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

  • Exploring Mpumalanga, South Africa’s most eastern province, and its Lowveld (subtropical region), driving along the Panorama Route to one of the best viewpoints of Blyde River Canyon (the third-largest on the planet) and one of Africa’s top attractions…

Wildlife – Africa

Senegal – Giant Eland Conservation