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7 Sandvox sites tagged “africa”

Zellco Group Of Companies

“Our website is a presentation of ZELLCO GROUP OF COMPANIES, an international operating, consulting, management, investment, and trading group of companies. Our core values are: Commitment - Integrity - Honesty ZELLCO LTD holds a group of companies in Europe and Africa. [It is] a holding,...” — Ulf Zell

Greenlandy

Greenlandy

“It´s about our Land Rover, named "Greenlandy," our travel around the world, the passion about this car and traveling... our experience in traveling with kids. We love the African continent, especially the southern region (South Africa, Namibia, Botswana), where we travelled for 3 months in 2005...” — Silvana and Thomas Williges

The Ultimate Safari

“Our illustrated website describes what it takes to plan a memorable upscale African safari, replete with complete answers to frequently asked questions. It explains why we as seasoned safari experts are best able to assist in making this a trip of a lifetime. Most of our business comes from...” — Lourens E. Devilliers

ism press books

ism press books

“It provides a solid and uncluttered color frame for our pages, both offsetting and harmonizing with the colors in our graphics.” — Daniel Jacobs

The African Experimenter

The African Experimenter

“I have used other website providers for several years but some are quite a struggle. I have not been using Sandvox for long and I haven’t yet read all the manual, so I haven’t come across all the possibilities, but what I particulary like already is that if I put in something new, or make...” — Keith Warren

Introduction to the Grupo Faísca

Introduction to the Grupo Faísca

“Articles, videos, and a magazine to help young people in Mozambique understand science and technology.” — Keith Warren

Bridge To Africa

Bridge To Africa

“Bridge To Africa is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-religious, non-political voluntary organization working towards the benefits of vulnerable groups in Africa and promoting cultural and scientific exchange between African and European individuals and organizations. The website offers an...” — Jan Frank