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Business trip: Johannesburg

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Just three years after South Africa hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup, its most populous city is reaping the benefits of increased revenue and changing perceptions.
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Riding the matatu in Nairobi

In Kenya’s capital city, public transport arrives not in the form of an underground metro, but instead as privately owned minibuses.
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Botswana, a thrillseeker’s oasis

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With a remarkable diversity of wildlife and the seemingly infinite swamp waters of the Okavango Delta, a horseback safari through the African nation is an adventure all its own.


Gem fever in Madagascar’s wild, wild west

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A sapphire rush in the late 1990s took the small village of Ilakaka from boom to bust – leaving it an unadvisable place to linger long.


The rhino wars of central Kenya

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Solio Reserve is the premier place in Africa to see black and white rhino in the wild, but these precious animals are at the heart of a bloody poaching battle.
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A relic of days past in Madagascar

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In the town of Diego Suarez, Lonely Planet writer John Vlahides hunts for an abandoned lighthouse rumoured to have been built by the French Foreign Legion.


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