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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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  • 13Sep

    Your Weekly African Picture Story – week 38

    The maturing political South Africa is going through times that have many of us glancing back uneasily over our shoulders at the struggle that brought us democracy. But on the streets the new South Africa is often a happy one, and increasingly common.
    Chris is a guide at the Point of Human Origin (POHO), at Pinnacle Point, Mossel Bay. The young man is my son, with ochre on his face, painted by Chris…

  • 18Jul

    Your Weekly African Picture Story – week 37

    Flroence is an elegant Frenchwoman who’s husband died a few years ago, suddenly and unexpectedly. This mirror is in the lounge of their part-time home in Yzerfontein, an hour from Cape Town up the west coast and a short walk across a commonage from the beach. 
    Florence was an interior decorator of naturally impeccable taste. She still is a decorator I suppose, although she doesn’t have to work….

  • 06Jul

    Your Weekly African Picture Story – week 36

    The legend who is my friend and former cameraman Greg Nelson, is the tiny figure at far left on location at the ‘entrance’ to the Richtersveld, one of the most far removed and remote corners of South Africa.
    This is a real wilderness of big skies, vast spaces and unusual plant and mineral types – and possibly any other adjective that comes to mind. The closest ‘town’ is Alexander Bay, where is…