The latest ‘Livingstone Bi-Weekly’ is now available for ATCNews readers


(Posted 14th September 2018)


Inside this edition you will find news galore about Zambia, Zimbabwe and more about by simply clicking on the following link:

Bars closed in Livingstone

Old Photos of Livingstone

Clean Up Day

Art Competition at Chipembele

Celebrities join in the #KeepLuangwaFlowing Campaign

Government still in consultation about the dam on the Luangwa

School Club constructs playground the Siamucaala School

Conservation Lower Zambezi News

Zambia Carnivore Programme at Liuwa and South Luangwa

West Lunga National Park gets attention

Kariba Dam Repairs

Chinese Business proposes new Victoria Falls Bridge

Rhinos to China?

Rhinos to Congo

Birds at The Hide cuddle together

Feed Stock stolen from Kariba Animal Welfare Trust

Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust rescues two buffalo

Gonarezhou Training

Nkashi Classic – Mekora Race in Maun

Okavango Wilderness Project Abandoned

Controversy over Elephant Carcasses in Botswana

Take down Fences in Namibia to help wildlife find grazing

Fog contains lots of interesting stuff

Hotel and Golf Course planned in Swakopmund Red Zone

Floods on the Kwando/Linyanti

A Beautiful bat along the Kwando

Liwonde Park, Malawi has new technique for deterring elephant raiding

500 animals from South Africa to Mozambique

And, lots of videos:

Elephant Pools Safari Lodge

Elephant Connection

Sadly, this is the last of our footage before our UAV was stolen with the rest of our field equipment last week.

Okavango Wilderness Project

Traumatised Hippos end the Project

Singing with the San

Namibia Horse Safari Company

Daniel F Small

Mountain biking in Namibia.

G: The cyclists untangle an eland

A smile

Vehicle Innovation

BrightVibes Africa

Africa is building a belt of trees that will cross the continent and 24 countries. An initiative that will change the lives of millions including global climate change!


In the following video he exposes foreign booking sites for extorting millions from Australian small businesses in the middle of a drought.

G: Take out Australia and substitute Zambia

David Attenborough is 92