TAKUDZWA AND JACK

TAKUDZWA AND JACK

TAKUDZWA AND JACK BY Barry Stranack Jack put his arm around Takkie and whispered sadly, “We all take different paths in life, but wherever we go we will take a little of each other with us.” Born on the same day, born on the same land, they are soul-mates. But...
Ros Brown

Ros Brown

Ros Brown South African based, Ros Brown developed her love of Africa, its people and places whilst growing up on a farm in Zimbabwe.  Though watercolours are her main form of expression, she also paints in oils and is learning pastels. Ros works as an accountant in...
ULENDO: WALKING WHERE VULTURES FLY

ULENDO: WALKING WHERE VULTURES FLY

ULENDO: WALKING WHERE VULTURES FLY by Iain Macdonald An absorbing memoir that spans decades, Ulendo is also a historical record of walking safaris in Zambia, and Tanzania.  The author’s first safari was at the age of 4 years old, when fine dining was eating baked...
TREE TALES OF ZIMBABWE

TREE TALES OF ZIMBABWE

TREE TALES OF ZIMBABWE by Jonathan Waters Why do the two magnificent old baobabs, one on either side of the road at Makuti going towards Kariba, Zimbabwe, share the name “The Wee Wee Tree?” This superbly presented coffee-table book is a unique and fascinating way of...
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