Showing posts from December, 2009

All About The Endangered African Wild Dog

Understanding the history of African wild dogs helps raise awareness about their conservation needs. Efforts to protect their remaining populations and habitats are crucial for ensuring the long-term survival of this unique and endangered species. The endangered African Wild Dog differs from others in its class for example wolves in that they have four toes instead of five. African wild dogs have distinctive coat patterns, characterized by patches of black, yellow, and white fur.  These markings are unique to each individual, acting as a form of identification within the pack. Unlike other large predators, African wild dogs are cursorial hunters, meaning they rely on endurance running to pursue and wear down their prey. They are known for their remarkable stamina, which allows them to cover long distances during hunts. All About The Endangered African Wild Dog also known as Lycaon pictus, Cape Hunting Dog, and the Painted Hunting Dog. African wild dogs belong to the Canidae family,

Dominique Saatenang the first Black African Shaolin master

Dominique Saatenang the first Black African Shaolin master Former African Prince Dominique Saatenang is Africa’s Bruce Lee who learned Kung Fu at China’s famous Shaolin Temple. The Chinese call Saatenang, DMS The Black Eagle. Former African Prince Dominique Saatenang ( in yellow) is Africa’s Bruce Lee Africa's answer to Bruce Lee Dominique Saatenang. Dominique Saatenang, a Cameroonian tribal king's son swapped his royal robe for that of a Chinese Kung Fu fighter determined to master Kung Fu after watching Bruce Lee's “Enter the Dragon. “ His mission, he says, is to train international "ambassadors of Kung Fu ".   Saatenang soon after met a Chinese doctor living in Cameroon, who also knew Kung Fu. They co-founded a martial arts association in Gabon. Saatenang began traveling throughout the country to organize Kung Fu performances and training courses.   Saatenang is cooperating with the governments of five African countries to send two univers

Monarch King of the Zulu King Goodwill

Zulu King Goodwill is a monarch who holds no formal political power, fulfilling the spiritual and ceremonial needs of the South African Zulu nation. The capital of KwaZulu-Natal is Pietermaritzburg. KwaZulu-Natal province stretches from Port Edward in the south to the borders of  eSwatini  and  Mozambique  to the north. North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal is renowned for its beaches and also known as the place where the Zulu King, Shaka, was buried. KwaZulu-Natal is the only province with a monarchy specifically provided for in South Africa's Constitution that was created in 1994 when the Zulu bantustan of KwaZulu and Natal Province were merged. KwaZulu-Natal is the home to the Zulu monarch, King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu who receives an income from the government for his position.  The Zulu royal family consists of the reigning monarch of the Zulus of South Africa, King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu son of Cyprian Bhekuzulu kaSolomon. His wives Sibongile Winifred Dlamini mar

Mango Beet Chutney Recipe

Mango Beet Chutney Recipe What is chutney you ask, popular in South Africa, chutney is a sort of a combination pickle and preserve. It is usually made rather sweetly and very hot, and is eaten with curry and rice. Durban South Africa has one of the largest concentrations of Indian people outside of India and South African Indian food recipes are a source of pride. South African Indian Mango Beet Chutney Recipe. African Recipes by African Gourmet   Use Mango Beet chutney in place of relish, mustard, ketchup and salsa. Beets and mangoes are among the sweetest natural foods and contain even more sugar that carrots.   Prep time: 10 min  Cook time: 30  Total time: 40 min Beta vulgaris or beets come in a range of colors, from dark red to red-and-white striped to deep gold to milky white. Beets are mainly grown for their large roots but the leaves can also be eaten as spinach. In South Africa beets are widely grown in home gardens throughout the country.  South African Indian Mango Beet Chu