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  • KAI Collection

    KAI Collection

  • A Guide to Southern Africa’s Iconic Safari Destinations

    A Guide to Southern Africa’s Iconic Safari Destinations

  • The African Travel Storybook Volume: 1

    The African Travel Storybook Volume: 1

  • In Search of the African Lion for iBooks

    In Search of the African Lion for iBooks

  • Fireside Fables for iBooks

    Fireside Fables for iBooks

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  • 23Mar

    Your Weekly African Picture Story – week 28

    It was December, and we were heading south in the game-drive vehicle, away from the rocky Karoo slopes to an arid savanna dominated by wavy grass and shattered fragments of shale. Content because we had spent some time with a cheetah, lazing in ubiquitous fashion under a bush, we were looking for rhino. And then we saw this dark lump on the road ahead that wasn’t a rock. From a distance we could…

  • 16Feb

    Your Weekly African Picture Story – week 27

    ‘Woman Preparing Smiley’
    Smiley is a delicacy amongst African peoples in South Africa’s townships and rural areas, selling for about R60 each, according to this woman, who at 4pm is cleaning her 10th smiley of the day.
    Cape Town’s Langa township is the oldest in South Africa, formed in part due to early 20th century racist thinking that was fairly typical of the time. Langa’s creation has…

  • 16Jan

    Your Weekly African Picture Story – week 26

    This is apparently an example of the largest nest on earth. Home to as many as 500 birds, it’s a sociable weaver’s nest, a feature of the drier, south-western parts of South Africa; the southern Kalahari and northern Cape Karoo.
    A natural architectural phenomenon, the structures are so big, with as many as 100 ‘chambers’, that they can collapse the trees and the telegraph poles they’re built…