A Week of Appreciation in the Life of a Bhejane Student

There is something about the bush, the sound of the birds singing early in the morning, the branches breaking in the distance by elephants, the roar of the lion spreading through the mountains. Waking up in the cold winter morning staring ahead with your head peeping out the zip of your safari tent, overlooking the … Continue reading A Week of Appreciation in the Life of a Bhejane Student

Whale out of Water by Laila Rouhani

Waking up to the sound of the waves crashing, the wind rustling through the trees are the best sounds to wake up to. This is the second year the Bhejane Nkonkoni group have been privileged to be assisting in the Mammal Research Institute with their whale monitoring in Cape Vidal. The aim of this research … Continue reading Whale out of Water by Laila Rouhani

Marli se laat aand leeu-loop.

Deur Marli van den Bergh “Warwick dis tyd vir jou nagdiens…” breek Quintin se stem deur die koue. Met die ysige koue wat deur die loop van die aand in my tent in gekruip het, prober ek met ‘n swaar lyf uit my bed kom. Die vuur het begin bedaar en ek besluit om nog … Continue reading Marli se laat aand leeu-loop.