By Alfred Mthandizi
Prince Harry is in the country for a ten day visit, after controversial remarks that he made recently in regard with the royal family succession.
Government online reported that Harry will be in the country for, among other things, to take care of the elephants at the Liwonde National Camp.
“The prince, who is fifth in line for the throne, is staying at Mvuu camp in the Liwonde National Park, where he will help care for elephants.” Read the statement in part.
According to an online publication, his ten-day safari is pegged at the £350-a-night camp, meaning that he will miss several royal engagements – including Ascot over the last four days.