Faces of Africa – Lloyd’s Payback to nature
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Faces of Africa – Lloyd’s Payback to nature

Zambia forests are declining at an alarming rate. The poor population cut down trees in…

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Faces of Africa – Lloyd’s Payback to Nature (Promo)
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Faces of Africa – Lloyd’s Payback to Nature (Promo)

Zambia’s forests are declining at an alarming rate. The poor population cut down trees in…

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Faces of Africa – Valley of a Thousand Dreams
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Faces of Africa – Valley of a Thousand Dreams

Gruelling and arduous, Dusi Canoe Marathon is arguably one of the world’s biggest canoe races…

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Faces of Africa – The Sahara
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Faces of Africa – The Sahara

“The Sahara is one of the largest and hottest deserts in the world, covering much…

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Faces of Africa – Loux The Vintage Guru
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Faces of Africa – Loux The Vintage Guru

Laurensius Gebhardt is a Namibian fashion stylist famously known as “Loux The Vintage Guru”. He…

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Faces of Africa – Loux The Vintage Guru (Promo)
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Faces of Africa – Loux The Vintage Guru (Promo)

Laurensius Gebhardt is a Namibian fashion stylist famously known as “Loux The Vintage Guru”. He…

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Faces of Africa – Cocoa to Cash in Cote d’Ivoire
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Faces of Africa – Cocoa to Cash in Cote d’Ivoire

Côte d’Ivoire is one of the world’s largest cocoa producers. Many farmers in rural parts…

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Faces of Africa – Cocoa to Cash in Côte d’Ivoire (Promo)
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Faces of Africa – Cocoa to Cash in Côte d’Ivoire (Promo)

Côte d’Ivoire is one of the world’s largest cocoa producer. Many farmers in rural Cote…

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Faces of Africa – Planet Ocean
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Faces of Africa – Planet Ocean

Hanli Prinsloo is a South Africa 11-time freediver record holder. She can hold her breath…

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Faces of Africa – Fidelis, APOPO and the Hero Rats
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Faces of Africa – Fidelis, APOPO and the Hero Rats

The number of landmines buried in Africa alone is in millions. The explosive remnants maim…

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