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Upcoming July Camp

Pan-African Meet 2019 in Malawi

August 31 - September 7

Report packs from previous July Camps

Report back from July Camp 2017 at Cambala

July 31st, 2017|Comments Off on Report back from July Camp 2017 at Cambala

Well, it certainly was a Camp with a difference as we knew it would be from the very first moments after the decision was made! It is unlikely that we have ever had a July [...]

Report Back from the July Camp 2016

July 31st, 2016|Comments Off on Report Back from the July Camp 2016

by  RIKKI ABBOTT July Camp 2016 at Lotheni in the Southern Drakensberg was a most enjoyable event.  We continued our trend of recent years of an increasing number of very young Campers. We believe very [...]

July Camp 2011 in Injisuthi – Kwazulu Natal

July 16th, 2011|Comments Off on July Camp 2011 in Injisuthi – Kwazulu Natal

This year, after an absence of 31 years, once again, July Camp will be held in the Injisuthi area (in the Central Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park. This area is described as ‘being cradled between the Injisuthi [...]