WildCat Energy Drink Plans For Namibia Africa We have a bird telling us that Wild Cat Energy Drink will be reaching the lands of Namibia any time soon. Yes, that’s in Africa if you didn’t already now. We will keep you updated once we receive some good news. Read more about Namibia The history of
By AnkitMathur, Greenway EcodevelopmentPvt. Ltd. 2ndMarch 2011 Accessibility Issues: Accessibility to water as defined in the Right to Water includes a continuous supply of a minimum amount of water sufficient for Drinking, Personal and domestic hygiene, At an affordable price, Within a reasonable distance. According to WHO basic access can be defined as the availability
News Update !! An established and esteemed institution in the culinary industry in South Africa, this year’s Unilever Food solutions Chef of the Year takes place around the country in August, with finals scheduled for September in Durban, and Unilever is challenging chefs across all levels to showcase their cutting edge cuisine. Read more http://www.saca.co.za/competitions/unilever_chef_of_the_year_competition.html
WildCatEnergy is now sending its first shipment to Accra, Ghana West Africa. Any distributor, wholesaler, retailer in Accra Ghana wanting to be a part of the WildCat distribution network, please contact the International Sales Team on email@example.com or visit www.wildcatenergydrinks.com for further information and manufacturing energy drinks.
http://www.adventurecampstz.com/acguestsphotos2010.htm These photos were taken by Kate Vince while staying at Selous Impala camp in September 2010 For all her photos of this safari see: http://www.flickr.com/photos/54677272@N05/sets/72157625130723106/
Cheetah and African wild dog ‘exterminated’ in northern Cameroon By WildCat Energy Drink 29/07/2010 21:22:32 Carnivores in crisis in North Cameroon – Cheetah population crash July 2010: Cheetahs and African wild dogs have all but disappeared from North Cameroon. Other large carnivores are also suffering – with lions, leopards and both striped and spotted hyenas