The Livingstone biWeekly is ready again …

More news from ‘Further Down South‘, i.e. Zambia, Zimbabwe and beyond,
courtesy as ever of Gill Staden who publishes this bi-Weekly news broadcast.

(Gill is also the author of this guide book and several other publications about Zambia and Zimbabwe) 4

The newsletter this week is available by clicking on the link shown below:


The Sesheke Road

Myna birds come to Livingstone

Livingstone Art Gallery

Town Clerk Plants a Mango

Noise Pollution

Kafue Rowing Club a Step Forward

Olympics for Zambia so far

Chris Fenners Fund

Climate Change and Lake Tanganyika

Hospitality Awards

Walking the Zambezi

Zambelozi Green Timbers

Zambian Fishermen jailed in Zimbabwe

Travelling Zimbabwe

Kariba Wildlife News

Vultures die in Botswana

Poaching Statistics from Namibia

Hydropower in DRC and Tanzania

Some videos to watch:

Shenton Safaris, Luangwa

Lions in full voice

Mathews Punza at the Olympics

National Geographic

Watch an incredible standoff between a giant herd of elephants and a wild dog pack, as seen on safariLIVE.

Aware Trust – Elephant Calf fixed

This poor little one has gone through so much agony and would not have been able to partake in a lot of “Herd” activities because of this terrible damage to his foot caused by humans and wire !! Whilst it is always such an emotional event to be in or to watch as well as exhausting, nerve wracking and costly, the end result is always so worth the effort. Well done again, Doctors Keith and Lisa and all those that assisted. Another precious little one able to grow up as normal and can be with his family.