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Meet Our Guest Liaison Charlotte Masai

If you have ever visited Makweti, then you will have met Charlotte Masai, our guest liaison extraordinaire. Charlotte was born in Malamukle, near Giyani in Limpopo, which is a good 405km from Makweti. One of four siblings, she became intrigued about life in a safari lodge after reading about it on the Internet. The rest

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What’s In A Name?

“What’s in a name?  A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” ~ Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. A name. It is most often the very first thing we learn about something or someone. It allows us some insight into that person (or in this case an animal) and forms the basis

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Prawn And Sole Roulade With Champagne Reduction

At Makweti, we don’t do half measures. We always go above and beyond to treat our guests like an extended family. One of our favourite ways to do this is through food. Each and every recipe is created and perfected in the Makweti kitchen, and we get so much satisfaction from constantly surprising our guests

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Spicing Up 2020 With Our Favourite Recipes

With the dawn of 2020, we decided to celebrate a few of our favourite spicy recipes that we’ve shared in the past. Phillip Nthai and the chefs in the Makweti kitchen are certainly not shy when it comes to adding unique flavours to their dishes. This is something that sets our culinary delights apart, making for memorable

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Flight of Fancy

The mass movement of the Brown-veined White Butterfly sp. Belonois aurota aurota “Flight of Fancy” definition – fictionalisation, fantasy, mirage, unreality… or is it? The very thought of the annual migration of millions of tiny white butterflies all north-east bound in search of mates in wetter regions may seem to be fantastical. But this is

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