Landlocked country forming an enclave in South Africa
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/335 Presented By: FishHound Expeditions, LakeLady Custom Rods, Trxstle, Reyr Gear Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Keith Rose-Innes, Director at Alphonse Fishing Company, takes us fishing in the Seychelles - one of the most sought-after fly fishing and eco-tourism destinations in the world. We discover some tips and tactics for catching giant trevally and permit - gears, flies, and setup. Keith tells us how the atolls were formed and how their habitats developed. Find out how they are being conserved and protected to keep the islands pristine, keep the species vibrant, and keep the poachers away. Keith also talks about the bar at Alphonse where everyone gathers in the evenings to share stories about their amazing day on the island, and he tells us why 80% of their guests return after a year or two. Jako Lucas, in a past episode, talked about Seychelles as one of his favorite places on earth, so today we dig more into it and find out why. Fishing in the Seychelles Show Notes with Keith Rose-Innes 05:10 - They have rainbows and brown in the streams near Johannesburg where Keith stays 06:10 - Lesotho is a country surrounded by South Africa. They've got big rivers there, big trout, and yellow fish. 06:40 - Conservationists in Africa are more focused on animals 08:30 - Keith has been going to Seychelles for 25 years and has been guiding there for about 23 years 09:30 - Keith describes how a volcano eruption formed corals that create the atolls 12:30 - Over the years, Seychelles has evolved from just fishing to an eco-tourism destination 15:00 - One of the big-draw cards in Seychelles is the Giant Trevally 17:30 - Permit numbers have gone up in the Pacific 18:50 - They got a catamaran boat called Quo Vadis 20:30 - The creation of a new fly called, Alphlexo has increased their takes on permit Photo courtesy of Alec Gerbec 23:15 - Keith uses either an 8 or 9 wt rod, not more than 10 wt line, and a 12-foot leader. 25:15 - They plan a week or 10 days ahead according to tides. Keith explains in detail. 28:30 - For pacific permit fishing, Keith uses a furled leader. He does a perfection loop on anything less than a 15-pound tippet. 30:10 - Keith talk about his tactics for fishing giant trevallies 35:30 - They use a waxed Cortland braided running line for Pacific permits 28:50 - Keith uses a Shilton Reels 39:40 - Giant trevallies swim alongside the sharks. They're one of the predators in the sea. 42:15 - For flies, they use surfers, poppers, nymphs, sempers, clausers, rush flies - they use a lot of different patterns but it's all about the size, color, and profile. Just believe in the fly. 45:20 - They started the Alphonse fishing company in September 2012 and they purchased Alphonse in August 2013. Blue Safari was launched in July 2018. 46:30 - Keith explains how they raise funds to protect the atolls in Seychelles and conserve the underwater habitats 47:50 - Keith talks about the bar at Alphonse where they gather in the evening and talk about their achievements for the day. The community there is so great that they get an 80% return rate. 51:00 - 40% of their guests come from the US 56:10 - Check out their website to learn more about the conservation programs they have going 57:30 - The best time of the year, weather-wise to come to Seychelles is October to May 59:40 - The cost per person is about 10-16k depending on the destination. Keith explains the logistics behind the price. 1:00:00 - Keith breaks down the transportation - how far and how long to get there 1:04:30 - Keith tells the story of when his boat parts got stolen which led to his old business shutting down. 1:07:30 - Jako Lucas is a regular on Seychelles. He was on the podcast at WFS 281. Keith tells the story of how they met. 1:11:20 - Keith is taking a trip to Norway this year Fishing in The Seychelles Conclusion with Keith So there you go.. Seychelles.. is the place to be. When I see pictures of the islands there, a song plays in the background.. "ooh baby do you know what that's worth? ooh heaven is a place on earth" That trip is definitely going on the bucket list. A bit pricey but totally reasonable and worth it. I should probably start saving to take my family there.. that vacation of a lifetime. Would be nice if we could get some promo rates though. Keith and the Alphonse atoll crew are doing some great stuff out there. If you want to connect with them, visit their website at alphonsefishingco.com or send them a DM on Instagram at @alphonsefishingco. Are you planning a trip this year? Where to next? Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/335
In this episode we are talking to three Lesotho female rugby players who were selected to play for the South African rugby giants.,Toyota Cheetahs. The players we are talking about are 'Mapaseka Rammoka, Nthabeleng Lebitsa and Mosongoa Monaheng.
El episodio de hoy será en inglés, ya que no me siento bien esta semana y no estoy seguro de poder traducirlo también. Por favor, disculpa por cualquier inconveniente y agradezco su comprensión. Did you know that English spelling - that crazy jumble of illogical rules on top of a thousand exceptions - is even more discombobulated than you thought? That's because how you spell many words also depends on where you are. Are you trying to reach an American audience? Then you need to follow American English. Are you hoping to attract the attention of the British? Then you need to use British English. These are the two main variants when it comes to English orthography. But there is a middle variant: Canadian English, a happy hybrid of the two! But never fear - today's episode will explain why these differences exist and will break down the main spelling differences for your ease and understanding! And then we will begin our new cultural tip on the country of Lesotho! LAS NOTAS DEL PODCAST: © 2022 por Language Answers, LLC Blog 73 del Episodio Música de la introducción y conclusión por Master_Service de Fiverr Música de la transición para el Consejo Cultural editada de la canción por Tim Moor de Pixabay. Los Recursos de Investigación El Episodio Episodio 35: Los 10 Sonidos de O-U-G-H "American English vs. Canadian English (Spelling Differences)" por GetProofed.com el 4 de julio de 2018 "Canadian, British and American: It's all English, but the spelling is different" por Virginia St.-Denis para Translation Bureau de Canada el 13 de octubre de 2020 "Why Canadian spelling is different" por Sheila Ethier para Translation Bureau de Canada el 14 de noviembre de 2017 "Spelling: American vs British vs Canadian" por Dagmar Gross para MedSci Communications el 22 de enero de 2020 "The differences in British and American spelling" de Oxford International English Schools "Canadian, British and American Spelling" de LukeMastin.com (no es un enlace seguro, con https!) "American English vs. British English Spelling" de The Free Dictionary por Farlex "Canada – a linguistic battleground between the US and Britain" por Amy Thibodeau para The Guardian el 9 de junio de 2010 "Noah Webster's civil war of words over American English" por Peter Martin para Aeon Ideas el 34 de junio de 2019 "Noah Webster" por McDavid, Raven I. para Encyclopedia Britannica, el 24 de mayo de 2022. Accedí el 20 de junio de 2022. Enlaces para los diccionarios: Merriam-Webster, Official Scrabble Players Dictionary, American Heritage Dictionary, Oxford English Dictionary, and Cambridge Dictionary El Consejo Cultural "Lesotho" de World Factbook por la CIA, actualizado el 13 de junio de 2022 "Lesotho: Resumen de País" de World Factbook por la CIA, actualiado el 25 de mayo de 2022 Todos enlaces: https://es.languageanswers.com/post/episodio-73-diferencias-ortográficas-entre-el-inglés-americano-canadiense-y-británico-en-inglés
Episode 106 of The Adventure Podcast features British Explorer and founder of Explorers Connect, Belinda Kirk. Belinda has spent her life leading dozens of international expeditions and remote filming trips. She has walked through Nicaragua, sailed across the Atlantic, searched for camels in China's Desert of Death, discovered ancient rock paintings in Lesotho and gained a Guinness World Record for rowing unsupported around Britain. In this episode, Matt and Belinda chat all things life and the importance of adventure.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-adventure-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The purpose of this session is to obtain an overview of the key elements of the new Christian Global Health in Perspective course designed to prepare both those trained in the medical professions and others about the biblical, historical, cultural and strategic aspects of evidence-based global health service. Wholeness from the perspective of shalom will form a sustainable framework upon which one can build effective transformational service among the nations, because health concerns everyone.
Indian truck manufacturer Ashok Leyland has announced a distribution partnership with ETG Logistics (ETGL), which will include ETGL operating Ashok Leyland dealerships in six countries in Southern Africa. The agreement will cover countries such as Zambia, South Africa and Mozambique. ETG is a global conglomerate operating across various markets, with its ETGL vertical an automotive and farm equipment distribution business active in South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana, Tanzania, Zambia, Mozambique and Kenya. “We have ambitious growth plans for the African market,” says Ashok Leyland international operations head Amandeep Singh. “Our time-tested products are well suited for the African terrain and offer a superior value proposition. ETG group's extensive connections in these markets will complement our growth plans.” Ashok Leyland is already present in most East and West African countries. ETGL CEO Rajeev Saxena believes the new partnership will be instrumental in providing “a range of commercial vehicle solutions to address the specific requirements of different customer groups in the territory”. The Ashok Leyland trucks to enter the Southern African market range from small 1.5 t payload movers to 20 t tucks and tippers, notes ETGL South Africa business head Pavankumar Nair. ETGL is currently engaged with the process to meet the local compliance requirements on the range of Ashok Leyland vehicles to be introduced locally, and “should be able to start sales in South Africa in July”. Sales in the rest of Southern Africa “will start soon”, says Nair. He adds that Ashok Leyland is a familiar name in the region, as the brand has a presence in the specialised defence vehicle market and, to some extent, commercial vehicles that arrived as special projects.
This session will present how combining cultural competence and critical thinking when teaching healthcare in a global setting, will be more effective if the participant’s previous learning experiences are included in teaching methods.
Quick Episode Summary: Connecting with aviators is back with Khotso Marumo (aka Lesotho's Pride). Comair's network expansion plans. Positive signs of growth in the South African tourism sector. FlyDubai keeps on growing. Google Warmup, Monkey-Pox and the most elaborate fleet for a South African start-up carrier. LINKS: Lesotho's Pride: https://www.youtube.com/user/LesothosPride SPONSOR SITES: Simaero https://www.sim.aero The Flying Sox (use the link for a 10% discount) https://www.theflyingsox.co.za/discount/BRYANAIR Flying Eyes: https://flyingeyes.co.za/shop/?ref=11 Pilot Insure https://pilotinsure.co.za (Contact Franz at +2784 979 8632 or Dave at +2773 338 5200) PODCAST INFO: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BryanRoseveare Podcast website: https://bryanair.libsyn.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/za/podcast/bryan-air/id1482906139 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Hb2Fpe5OsLwXf0F8xdx5Q?si=oloCHIqzSBGw0BBTQTheRQ&dl_branch=1 SUPPORT AND CONNECT: If you would like to support the podcast by pledging a small monthly fee you can do so through Patreon, your support in this regard will be greatly appreciated (Thank You). https://www.patreon.com/bryanair Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryanroseveare/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bryanroseveare/ Twitter:https://twitter.com/bryanroseveare Webpage: https://bryanroseveare.com
For those in training and recently finished, we will learn how to maximize this season. We’ll spend the first half tackling topics like original motivation, long-haul stamina, pearls and pitfalls of living in community, debt, vision for one’s next step to the nations, and helping the needy now tensioned with investing in education to help others later. We pray this will infuse you with the hope of Christ and give you eyes to see this refining, exciting time as He does. For the second hour, we’ll divide into small discussion groups with those from your same stage of the journey (i.e., recent grads, residents, MS1-2, MS3-4, PA/NP, pre-med, RN, PT/OT/ST, dental; optional spouse group). With facilitators who have gone through it before, we’ll dive into the individualized questions you have and brainstorm how God might sustain you now and lead you in the upcoming season.
Gregory Biggs is the Director of Fieldwork Education, the organisation that develops a range of International Curriculum for learners aged 2-14 across Early Years, Primary and Middle Years, known by many as the IEYC, IPC, and IMYC. These curricula are learnt and taught in over 1,000 schools and more than 90 countries worldwide. Fieldwork Education provides schools the International Curriculum, accompanied by their professional learning pathway and their accreditation services to schools working with the International Curriculum around the world. Prior to leading the team at Fieldwork Education, Gregory was the global product manager for the IB's Diploma and Career-related Programmes, located in Singapore. Before which he worked with governments and ministries on structuring national education reform efforts across the Middle East and South East Asia, out of Abu Dhabi. With a Master's from the University of London's Institute for Education in Education and International Development, Gregory has spent the last 12 years supporting institutions delicately balance global perspectives with local contexts. Tristian Stobie's career has spanned a wide range of educational contexts. Starting as a teacher, and then Secondary Principal, he has worked in New Zealand, UK, Lesotho, Monaco, Austria and the Netherlands. He has also worked in a number of roles for the International Baccalaureate Organisation. He was involved in the early development of the International Schools Association Curriculum, which became the IBMYP, and later he became Head of IB Diploma programme curriculum development. Tristian joined Cambridge International as Director of Education in July 2011, and was appointed Director of Curriculum & Qualifications Development in February 2020. He leads the design and development of Cambridge programmes and qualifications for learners aged 5 to 19. Tristian completed a Master's and a Doctorate degree at the University of Bath with research interests in curriculum and pedagogy. He has written various articles and contributions to books as well as presented widely at educational conferences and events. Social Links LinkedIn: @tristian-stobie / @gregory-biggs Twitter: @CambridgeInt / @gregory_biggs
Ryan Sandes is a trail runner from Cape Town, South Africa. He is one of the most iconic ultrarunners of all time, having won the Leadville 100, Western States 100, Transgrancanaria and many other races around the world. He has been a long time friend and someone I've always admired in the sport. In April 2022, Ryan and Ryno Griesel completed a project called Navigate Lesotho -- a 1100km journey around this tiny African country. Follow Ryan on IG Navigate Lesotho __________________________ Get a pair of SL:HSV and support Speedland footwear Use code freetrail15 for 15% off Gnarly Nutrition products Use this link for 20% off an InsideTracker blood test _________________________ Freetrail Links: App Download | Patreon | Instagram | Website | YouTube Dylan Links: Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | Strava
Lesotho's National Assembly has approved a new law aimed at combating cybercrimes. Lesotho's Communications, Science and Technology Minister, Sam Rapapa, Mr Rapapa says the increasing migration of work to digital platforms called for protection against cyber-attacks. Mr Rapapa indicated that Lesotho was yet to develop cybercrime combatting strategies and policies. He says it is worth noting that Lesotho is yet to work on a cyber security strategy or policy, incident management capabilities adding that there is a limited number of knowledgeable people in cyber security issues including government institutions.
CNN's Senior International Correspondent Sam Kiley survived an attempted execution in Iraq in 2003 when he and his team were kidnapped while reporting on the US invasion. Sam joins Ramita this week as one of Britain's most experienced and prolific war reporters - he has covered nearly every conflict in the world since 1991. In fact, it's easier to name the wars he hasn't covered than the ones he has. He's also the only journalist who's completed a full combat tour with NATO in Afghanistan, spending six months in Helmand in 2008. Sam talks about how he started in journalism with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, how he learned to cover war in Somalia and surviving being shot in Lesotho. He also discusses reporting on the horrors of the Rwandan genocide, and why it is the conflict that has most affected him. Show Notes: Sam's book Desperate Glory: At War in Helmand with Britain's 16 Air Assault Follow Sam on Twitter @kileycnn
Honesty is the best policy, right? In this episode I'm going to talk about the benefits of honesty and how it can help you in your everyday life. Hey everyone, in this video I'm going to talk about the benefits of honesty. Now, I know what you're thinking: "Isn't honesty always the best policy?" And while that may be true, there are a lot of other benefits to being honest that go beyond just following the golden rule. Join us at 6 am PST / 5 pm EAT at Clubhouse and YouTube from Monday to Friday! SUBSCRIBE to get Daily African Proverbs and their meaning in your life https://rb.gy/jdavpn "When a ripe fruit sees an honest man, it drops." is a Lesotho proverb ******************************
Lesotho ist reich an Wasser. Dennoch gehört das kleine Königreich im Süden Afrikas zu den ärmsten Ländern der Welt. Um Geld in die Staatskassen zu bekommen, exportiert die Regierung Wasser in das trockene Nachbarland Südafrika. Darunter leiden nicht nur die lokalen Dorfgemeinschaften, sondern auch Lesothos Ökosystem.
Hear healthcare missionaries share their journeys. In the first hour hear a panel of two docs and two nurses answer your questions as well as: How do I find God’s guidance in the journey? Why and how do I connect with a mentor or agency or team or training? What about student loans, raising financial support? What if my spouse or family are not supportive of me doing missions? The second hour will be small discussion group with a missionary coach and others like you in your current stage: Exploring whether or not to consider full-time missions Heading towards full-time missions Single or married Here are some comments from a previous GMHC: “My group leader was great and answered a lot of the questions that I had.” “My leader did a great job being open and honest about her experiences.”