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IN PICTURES: Carol Tshabalala’s Namibian Easter

Whoever set up Carol Tshabalala’s itinerary did an amazing job because they took her to some amazing places in Namibia.


The first lady of sports Carol Tshabalala is currently in Namibia and she and her family seem to be enjoying the wonders and beautiful scenery Namibia has to offer over the long Easter holiday.

The award-winning sportscaster, ring announcer, and MC spent the family-oriented holiday in Namibia visiting all the lovely places. According to her Twitter feed where she shared all pictures of her trip, she started off on 19 April in the Deadvlei where she and her family posed in the beautiful site.


They then went to Swakopmund where they rode off into the desert whilst appreciating amazing Namibia as her tweet read.


Carol’s adventures also lead her to the national park Etosha which is located in the Northern Region of Namibia. Here as she tweeted, they enjoyed sunrise drives as well as animal sightseeing. They were lucky as they caught elephants and giraffes.


Do come back the first lady! We hope you really had a great time in our country.



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