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This week we’ve taken the ball to Malawi, and what an amazing place it is. We chat to a legendary teacher, meet a local tailor and do some snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of the mighty Lake Malawi. We also spend some time with a few local fishermen, share a meal with them on the beach and we even got to see a Fish Eagle pluck a fish from the lake. About Africa As One: In the build up to London 2015, Official Logistics Sponsor DHL Express will be setting out on a grand and ambitious journey to pass a single rugby ball from hand to hand through 45 countries, over 45 weeks, starting in Cape Town and ending in London.DHL Express… Delivering Africa As One! Watch more episodes of our journey here: https://www.youtube.com/user/DHLAfrica Follow the journey on our blog here: http://www.a...
Vacation travel video about destination Malawi in Africa. Malawi is the unknown Africa in the south-east of the Continent. A wild country between sea and highlands, a land of contrasts with amazing green mountains and high plateaus but most of all, Lake Malawi.In the north west and on the border with Zambia is the thousand square kilometre Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve, home to more than two hundred elephants who, in small groups, visit the Kazuni Safari Camp on their way to the lake. In the Lake Kazuni area there are many hippos and crocodiles which although rarely seen from the shore can certainly be heard at night. The location of the small town of Nkhata Bay is quite spectacular, a large, sheltered bay, accessible via a steep slope. Small boats transport the local people to various loc...
This is a typical transport of Uranium yellow cake from Karonga, Malawi (Kyalakera mine) all the way to the West Coast of Africa (more than 3000 km), not much of security here (compared to Castor transports in Europe), but at least the police car (in front) carries large bags of chips for the officers.
Malawi’s government has failed to protect the rights and livelihoods of people living in nascent mining communities, Human Rights Watch said today in a report released on eve of the International Right to Know Day. Families living near coal and uranium mining operations face serious problems with water, food, and housing, and are left in the dark about health and other risks from mining. The 96-page report, “‘They Destroyed Everything’: Mining and Human Rights in Malawi,” examines the impact of extractive industries on communities in some of Malawi’s first mining areas, in Karonga district located on the northwestern shores of Lake Malawi. Malawi’s government has promoted private investment in mining and resource extraction to diversify its economy. But environmental risks are common in r...
The minibus in Malawi so different, Can you complain about the transportation in your country?
Malawi and the United Nations children's agency are experimenting with drones to speed up HIV testing for infants. This is in the hopes of dsolving the challenges that health workers face in reaching remote parts of the southern African nation.Lets have a look. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
On a Kabanza off to Kaunas market.
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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe In Malawi, women are urged to give birth in hospitals. Sometimes transport can be costly or unavailable. Low-tech innovations such as bicycle ambulances have helped give communities a way to aid pregnant mothers in getting the medical treatment neccessary for a safe delivery.
After traveling for a month with a rented car by South Africa, Namibia and Botswana we returned the car. For the next month we traveled by local transport through the beaches and islands of Mozambique, Lake Malawi and the wonders of nature in Zambia.