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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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  • 12Aug

    Your Weekly African Picture Story – week 15

    Sometimes Africa goes east, on this occasion to India, and a tea-drinker at a market in the north-eastern town of Shillong. I was initially surprised to see only one tourist in my week in Assam state, but the further I travelled in, the more I accepted – and thrilled in – it’s remoteness. At the time security forces were fighting off separatists somewhere near the Burmese border. This is awesome travel…

  • 26Jul

    Your Weekly African Picture Story – week 14

    Like a cheetah on a tree-stump, or an elephant in Knysna forest, I enjoy seeing wildlife out of it’s traditional or expected environment. I came across this Swainson’s francolin, which usually scuttles around in the grass, in the southern Kruger Park, not far from Malelane Gate. I was producing a TV investigative story about the pressures on an iconic #KrugerNationalPark surrounded by poverty….

  • 18Jul

    Your Weekly African Picture Story – week 13

    Papkuilsfontein, in South Africa’s Northern Cape Province. On this 300 year-old Van Wyk family farm is arguably the best value accommodation and experience in the country. While bemoaning the ease with which farmers still shoot jackals, family patriarch Willem van Wyk states matter-of-factly while gazing over Oorlogskloof (‘battle gorge’) that it was probably his ancestors who shot the last bushmen…