Publications July Forbes Africa Magazine

Publications in the July edition of Forbes Africa Magazine. It was a busy month. Perhaps the highlights were taking photographs during the Oscar Pistorius case; and my rhino story. The photo essay on Rhinos and gold will be coming soon. I can’t release them until they have been published.

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Photographs taken during the Oscar Pistorius court case in Pretoria

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Article on the Free Nelson Mandela Concert, Nelson Mandela was locked in a toilet with Tony Hollingsworth before the concert began.

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Rhino poaching update

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E-tolls

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Frank Buyanga and Nick Kaufman

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Gold, gold, gold

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Eats, Shoots, and Trees – fields and trees of the Drakensberg, South Africa

The next few weeks you’re going to see a series of photos taken from the Drakensberg. The mountain range, which translated into English means the ‘dragon mountains’, is one of South Africa’s iconic landscapes. Home to a multitude of heritage sites the mountain ranges have a distinct face that can leave a hiker walking for days. The Drakensberg never fails to surprise the photographer, with a new photo around every corner.

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It’s all about perspective. This is a vertical photo-merge of a paper plantation deep within the valley of central Drakensburg.

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Hiking along the Drakensburg during Winter can be dry and golden. But the views are fantastic.

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