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Dave Varty

Co-Founder/Owner

Dave's story is too full and rich to tell in a brief blog bio. Suffice it to say that it is due to his passion, hard work and lifelong dedication to conservation that Londolozi is what it is today. One of the co-founders ...

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on What South Africa’s Elections Mean For You

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MJ Bradley
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I congratulate you on your peaceful voting day!

Jill Larone
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Congratulations to South Africa, on a well-run, fair and peaceful democratic election. Being Canadian, I am fortunate to have experienced a lifetime of peaceful democratic elections and know how important this process is. South Africa is a beautiful country with incredible, strong people, who continue to carry on the vision of peace, fairness, respect and hope for the future that Nelson Mandela envisioned for South Africa and dedicated his entire life to work towards.

Judy Guffey
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Mahalo, Dave. Well spoken. A model for the US?

Evette Hartig
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I love South Africa! I am ashamed of the hate, prejudice and fear being used to manipulate people in America’s presidential election this year, we have hit a new low, I can only hope we rise above it.

Tom Ocasek
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Dave, just some input for your info – The reason I was introduced to Londolozi after SA hosted the soccer world cup in 2010 was because travel people in Joburg said it would be unsafe to travel to and visit Cape town as a caucasian. So I went back into the “bush” with the animals where it was safe and photographed the Leopards and other sights of Londolozi – that visit met all expectations. After Nelson Mandela’s progress it was ad to see it being dismantled. Aloha, Tom Ocasek

Will Darken
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Whoever is writing your daily stories is doing a first class job. Though we are far away in the Colorado Rockies, you are keeping us connected to your beautiful country and important work.

Kate Imrie
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Thank you to everyone who voted. We had our ears glued to live radio broadcast in Thailand during the election and listened to the results streaming in for 2 days, so sorry we couldn’t join in the vote but felt so proud to be South African. Eagerly waiting to see how the coalitions work out. Miss you all Love from current location, England.

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