In 2013 a 500-kilometre finger of land stretching from Namibia to the corner Zimbabwe, Botswana and Zambia was named the Zambezi Region. Formerly known as the Caprivi, this odd strip of land is home to four rivers and at the right time of year, a befuddling amount of elephant.
Blog posts: Photography
See the world through the colourful lens of our photojournalists and bloggers. Here you’ll find an exquisite collection of photographs from all over the globe. Whether you are a budding photographer looking for tips and tricks or you just want to gawk at the majestic photos taken by our elite crew of photojournalists be sure to pay the photography section a visit.
Panorama problems: lines don’t meet up correctly, or angles refuse to sync? Here’s how to fix these problems commonly experienced with panorama photography.
Determined to see the Great Karoo, I struck out into the vast nothing with a good friend, a tent and some pesto we bought in Ceres.
Want to make sure your photos are razor-sharp? These photography tips will help you get sharp images – without having to buy expensive new equipment.
This Cape Town time-lapse footage by Brendon Wainwright shows the serene beauty of cloud movement.
At Botswana’s first large-scale skydiving event, I had a chance to photograph the most unlikely subculture: the metalheads of Botswana.
From fragrant food to pungent streets, from sweet fruit shakes to brightly coloured temples and iridescent seas, there’s nothing dull about travelling Thailand. Melanie van Zyl explored it with her camera.
Internationally renowned street artist, Falko, is road-tripping around SA, painting dorpies as he goes. Photographer Luke Daniel is with him. This is Luke’s dispatch from Mount Frere in the Eastern Cape.
Your guide to hiking the Fish River Canyon in Namibia, including medical forms, advice on what to take, costs, booking information and maps.
“How Far From Home” is a creative expedition undertaken by a couple who decided to quit their jobs and spend a year travelling. In doing so, they hope to escape their comfort zones and divest themselves of routine life and material objects. Instead they will be collecting memories.