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Cottar’s celebrates 100 years of African safari tourism

Pioneer in African safari tourism Cottar's celebrates the first 100 years of operations in Kenya. CNBC Africa is joined by Louise Cottar, Director of Cottar’s Safari Service to understand the company’s iconic position in shaping African and world safari tourism.

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