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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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  • 06Nov

    Your Weekly African Picture Story – week 40

    When I met Cobra, at a magnificently desolate safari camp in Botswana’s blistering white Makgadikgadi Pan, I was struck by his height. I had been living with the impression that all ‘bushmen’ were short. That was assumption #1.
    He was a remarkable character far beyond those short dreads that frame his serious countenance. It was his short and sharp uttered explanations, as we moved out to look…

  • 24Oct

    Your Weekly African Picture Story – week 39

    Cape Town is booming in popularity as a world destination. Partly because it is rightly regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful cities, but also because of the weak local exchange rate (that follows our incumbent President and the ruling party like a rash).
    But beyond the beauty and where to spend their dollars, tourists can open their eyes and see how South Africa, one of the biggest world news…

  • 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…