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Anglo- Boer War Museum Gets You Into Insight Of The Most Horrifying War

3. December 2009

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The Anglo- Boer War broke out in 1899 with the British retaliation against the then President Paul Kruger’s to grant political rights to the English outsiders in Transvaal ‘the gold and diamond destination’ and lasted for 3 year. The war snatched life of 20,000 people and destroyed the farms of Boer. The War Museum in Bloemfontein gives great knowledge of the Boer War through its fascinating art collection, dioramas and exhibits and helps visitors to imagine and understand the background against which the war took place. A century has passed since the occurrence of the war but still it oscillates in the minds of the people which can be derived from the fact that books continue to publish on this piece of history, memorabilia associated with it are still much sought after by the avid  [...]

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In The Rising Side Of Okavango Delta

26. November 2009

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In The Rising Side Of Okavango Delta
Moremi Wildlife Reserve named after Chief Moremi of the Batawana tribe and gave the name as Moremi Wildlife Reserve in the year 1963. It covers the east side of Okavango Delta and 1000 square kilometers of grassy flood plains. It was created as national park initially it was a Game Reserve. BaSarwa and Bushmen were the two tribes allowed to stay there in the reserve. It is combined of permanent water and dry areas which makes this island reserve more eyes catching. It is covered with mopane woodland, acacia forests, floodplains and lagoons. Only 30% of the Okavango Delta is covered with Reserve. Chiefs Island and Moremi Tongue are the geographical features of the Reserve. The reserve consists of network of waterways surrounding two large land masses. Experience the Savannah Game view site  [...]

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