I have made it a mission to learn something new everyday, and I guarantee that there is no better classroom than the back of a land rover… Read more “A lesson from Africa”
I have always been fascinated by the way in which the beauty of nature so effortlessly surpasses even the most intricate of human structures. With an… Read more “Hikers Haven”
The journalistic world has introduced me to some of the most interesting and captivating people this country has to offer. This week, our Writing and Editing class found ourselves in the presence of T.O Molefe, a valuable contributor to a variety of prestigious newspapers, including Cape Argus and the New York Times. His reassuring presence and impressive resume had questions burning on the lips of my peers and me before he had even begun.
Bright eyes and a wide grin are a refreshing and uplifting sight in the warm and humid room. As students shuffle into a semi-circle around Zubeida Jaffer,… Read more “Opening the doors of change with Zubeida Jaffer”
Five years ago, the Wild Horizons family was extended by the arrival of a very special member. Since Sylvester the cheetah joined their ranks, the employees and… Read more “The Tail of Sylvester”
I have read a lot about how to start a blog. Almost every article suggests opening with something witty and endearing. I even wrote up a few… Read more “This week sucked”