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BOTSWANA’S MINISTER of the Environment, Wildlife and Tourism, Tshekedi Khama II, had a straightforward, from the shoulder message to deliver to competitors, officials and guests when he officially launched the recent Race for Rhinos at a gala dinner held at the race venue.
ANOTHER EXCITING, pioneering journey began on July 14, 2015, as NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft made its successful flight through the Pluto system. It is heading ever deeper into space to a distant and largely unknown area on the edge of our solar system The New Horizons spacecraft was
originally designed to fly beyond the Pluto system and explore..
Cloud dancing over Windhoek AN ACCIDENT-free air show; a good crowd attendance and a smooth running programme. These were the three basic requirements stipulated by Reinhard Gärtner, president of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, Namibia.......
The thrill of OSHKOSH: Report by Henry HoldenAIRVENTURE 2015 opened its recent annual show with dozens of new developments in aviation; anniversaries; a new sky‐diving record and the debut of several aircraft types. Attendance figures are reported to have topped the half‐a‐million mark, making this year’s event the biggest since 2005.
Zwartkops – A “cracker” of an air show THE 2015 Paramount Group South African Air Force Museum (SAAF) air show recently hosted at the iconic and historical Zwartkop Air Force base, Pretoria, will go down as one of the best air shows to date.