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Those borders are all real. But already has the coolest border. A where the borders of , , , and come together at the confluence of the Cuando (also called Chobe) and Zambezi rivers at approximately 17°47′30″S 25°15′48″E

Mercoledì, il ha svelato il diamante blu più grande mai ritrovato nel Paese. Grande 20,46 carati, taglio ovale, classificato come VVS2, una delle classificazioni più pure ottenibili da un blu. Il mio articolo su Il Giornale di oggi

41-Carat Found in It’s reportedly the biggest blue diamond ever recovered in the country and was cut into a 20.46-carat oval.

More than a month ago I had the pleasure to be in with and still haven’t posted all my beautiful images. Spectacular landscape and rich wildlife makes it so easy to shoot beautiful images like this sunset in

Mr masisi & his wife joined congregants at Old Apostolic Church in Block 10 in Gaborone, to officially open their new hall. The church also donated a P100 000 to Government, which will go towards assisting victims of the devastating, cyclone Idai.

The name Makgadikgadi is derived from the same root as the name for the desert Kalahari, meaning a dry thirsty place in the languages of the San people.

Toer saam met ons en ontdek die wilde diere van Namibië! Ons besoek plekke soos Etosha Nasionale Park waar jy die diverse verskeidenheid kan bewonder.

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Okavango Delta, Botswana

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Africa - Rocker ladies in Botswana | DW Documentary

A heavy metal fan base has been developing in Botswana for years now, and a surprising number of women from across the generations are identifying with the genre as they rebel against a society structured along patriarchal lines. 

 We accompany three of them as they master the tribulations of everyday life and celebrate their favorite music. In the developed North, heavy metal might be viewed as white, masculine and European, but not in Botswana. There a unique subculture is emerging. This documentary tells the story of Queen Gloria, who set up a rock club in the small northern town of Maun in the Okawango Delta. Until then, male rockers had dominated the scene. But thanks to the club, Queen Gloria and her group of female metal heads soon begun to be taken seriously. They don’t only perform occasionally at traditional weddings for African metal fans, but also play an active social role in Maun - for example, by organizing clean-ups in its streets, which they lead in full black leather regalia.  And afterwards, of course, there’s always a performance by Botswana’s queens and kings of heavy metal. - DW Documentary 


Reppin’ the African Metal scene: Skinflint.