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Leo Passaportis
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Left-leaning, scientific humanist.
Left-leaning, scientific humanist.

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Read the last few paragraphs - anecdote #3 - if you want a bit of chuckle!
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Thus the curtain has come down on another visit to Africa and I fear it may be the last for some time. I arrived with few expectations from a wintry Europe back at the beginning of March. Things were not easy to begin with in South Africa – no car, no…
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Memories of a wonderful the in the Falls. #victoriafalls
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Originally posted on These Archived Memories: I’m presently working as a volunteer at Ardmore Guest Farm in the Champagne Valley area of the Central Drakensberg, KZN, South Africa. I’ve been here a little over 2 weeks but I feel I’ve settled well. I am…
Hiking in the Central Drakensberg
Hiking in the Central Drakensberg
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Hiking in the Maloti Drakensberg World Heritage Site #drakensberg#southafrica

I’m presently working as a volunteer at Ardmore Guest Farm in the Champagne Valley area of the Central Drakensberg, KZN, South Africa. I’ve been here a little over 2 weeks but I feel I’ve settled well. I am one of 4 volunteers,  the last of which only…
Hiking in the Central Drakensberg
Hiking in the Central Drakensberg
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Just think: Who destroyed our Empire? Who reduced it to ruin? Neither those who had too much, nor those who had too much, nor those who had nothing, but those who had a bit. Yes, one should always beware of those who have a bit, because they are the…
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Originally posted on Africa Fight Now !: By Raymond Sango (@raymondsango) ? Civil society, trade unions and community organisations should unite and demand  not only the end of corruption at Chiadzwa but the nationalisation and appropriation of all the…
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Originally posted on Nations & States: A few years ago, I was in southern Zambia, near the border with Zimbabwe. Fascinated as I am by arbitrary things like national borders, I asked my guide if one could set foot in Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s…
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The Easter weekend and a trip to inland and coastal Natal. #conservation #Durban #Southafrica

I elaborate on a trip I took to Kwazulu Natal over the recent Easter weekend. I write about my family and touch on issues of conservation, small town shenanigans, beach landscapes and the like.
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