We've been seeing a Harrier-Hawk regularly here since we moved into this house 15 years ago.
African Harrier-hawk , the largest grey hawk in the region. Head small with yellow face and long thin yellow legs.
It's a fairly common resident (as we've noticed)
It specializes in robbing eggs and nestlings of birds ranging from waxbills to herons. The African Harrier-hawk is sometimes referred to as a Gymnogene which was it's name before
I'm linking to Wild Bird Wednesday here
Happy Wednesday to you all