We've all read the revered accounts of Kruger's legendary great tuskers, collectively named the Magnificent 7. Now, author and photographer Johan Marais has given me the names of 6 spectacular tuskers that followed the renowned originals; beautifully depicted in his book Great Tuskers of Africa, the
A review of long-time Kalahari lover Roxanne Reid's experienced insight on this harsh and beautiful part of the country.
Opulent Living magazine has recently launched a sumptuous coffee-table book that showcases some of the finest accommodation in southern Africa. Opulent Living Volume 1 is a lavish, 296-page publication, richly illustrated with beautiful photography and a write-up on each of the properties as well as
You’ll never run out of ideas for what to put on the braai again. Hilary Biller makes sure of that in Fuss-free braais, a beautiful and easy-to-use cookbook that’ll have your friends and family back for more, time and time again.
The layout of the Ard Bia Cookbook makes it more of an absorbing, visual story than a cookbook too, and the fact that a travel writer wrote it makes this book even closer to my heart, with a sense of place enhanced by the additions of local flowers and herbs in the recipes, which have bizarrely insp
When it comes to cooking, there’s a big leap between being able and turning pro and a lot of it is not only based on the type of food you make, but the techniques and methods applied well before the cooking of the actual dish. If you’ve always dreamt of creating those masterful looking meals you
It started off as an idea, developed into a TV series and now it’s a book! Justin Bonello’s Ultimate Braai Master is a braai education that takes you on an 8000 kilometre culinary journey across South Africa.
The Kalahari. It’s vast and ageless, a semi-desert of photogenic red dunes and star-crammed skies where African animals run wild. Visit it once and it may capture your heart forever. That's certainly what happened to me. Now you can read about it in a new book called 'Travels in the Kalahari'.
My book, With Both Hands Waving, about my travels through Mozambique has just been released as an e-book.
A closer look at Fransje van Riel's book about how Graham Cooke hand reared two leopard cubs in an unfenced camp in Lodolozi Private Game Reserve and how human and leopard became inseparable.