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Human-elephant conflict: Can we coexist in peace?

During a drive through Kenya’s Maasai Mara reserve, one will frequently catch the sight of the African elephant. Sometimes, a solitary male will appear...

Reporter’s Diary: Meeting a nomadic Berber family in Morocco

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMo_seyJUnE&feature=youtu.be   At around 7 pm as we arrived at our lodge, deep in rural Morocco, I heaved a huge sigh of relief. We had flown...

Reporter’s Diary: How to prepare for filming wildlife in Kenya’s Maasai...

Kenya’s Maasai Mara is one of the East African country’s most visited protected nature areas with thousands pouring into this vast landscape each year...

Reporter’s Diary: How we covered the 2021 Maasai Mara wildlife migration

As the sun set on our news team’s final day of reporting on 2021’s annual wildlife migration in the beautiful Maasai Mara, we took...

Reporter’s Diary: Witnessing Kenya’s annual wildebeest migration

The annual wildebeest migration that grips East Africa’s savannas between June and August of each year is a natural phenomenon like few others. In...

Reporter’s Diary: Acts of kindness inspire Kenya’s ‘Miss Brilliant’ to pay...

A young lady steps out of her flat in Roysambu estate, just over 10 kilometres from the Nairobi city centre, to meet me at...

How did Zimbabwe get here?

In 2013 a resounding electoral victory handed back full control of Zimbabwe’s Government to ZANU- PF, ending an uncomfortable coalition with the opposition. The four-year...

Reporter’s Diary: My encounter with the Samburu Tribe in East Africa

  In September of 2019, I embarked on a road journey with our video production crew to the north-central region of Kenya to meet and...

Reporter’s Diary: The road to Kenya’s Maasai Mara

Kenya’s Maasai Mara may be a vast and remote wilderness, packed with landscapes that seem as if they’re frozen in time, but modern road...

Wild Wonderland: Breaking down wildlife stereotypes

The lion as the noble hunter, hyenas as cackling scavengers.  We all have preconceptions of animals in the wild, human traits we assign to them...