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So we had seen The Cape, flew to the other side of South Africa to see Kruger Park and hopped on a plane to Zambia where we could cross the border to Zimbabwe.

The stories of all these people really got to us more than I had before. We watched the sun go down in the river and after 5 days it was time to leave this beautiful place again.

We had pretty much rain the whole time we stayed here but the last day we finally saw the sun and could experience the heat. We would be crossing a border once again: to Botswana.

Also, most of the time we were the only two guests (I think there was room for 8 people in total) so we had our own private ranger that took us everywhere we wanted.

At night we could hear the hyena’s crying and walking right outside our hut and in the distance we could hear the lions and elephants. I can not believe people use these amazing creature to do back rides on, they belong in the wild. Now scroll down and scroll down some more when keeping that in mind :).

Victoria Falls Our lodge was situated in Victoria Falls.

This is a town and of course also the name of this world wonder you can see above: the largest waterfall on this planet.

To be fair, the rate at which technology is used in every other field essentially means that legislation won’t be able to fully catch up.

it is commendable, however if the law does at least try to do that.

It also brings into play the issue of skills development for every other person in law enforcement and the adoption of systems that will play a part in the delivery of justice.

These considerations will invariably create opportunities for people in ICT that are able to create solutions or offer support to the Zimbabwean legal system.

Though it’s still a draft and will likely go through some changes before it passes through the House and goes for Presidential assent, there were some notable aspects in the draft which indicate an approach to cybercrime that is a lot more aware of changes in technology. One major leap from previous legislation has been the acknowledgement of certain computer aided offences that have been canvassed under other offences in the Criminal Law Act of Zimbabwe.