Vuyi Qubeka visited Swaziland expecting poverty and boiling resentment for its king. But what she found is something quite different and very surprising. Photographs by Teagan Cunniffe.
Blog posts: On assignment
On St Helena, one of Earth’s most isolated inhabited islands, jaw-dropping landscapes, fascinating natural history and contemporary politics paint a picture of our planet in miniature.
I had the good fortune of visiting Groot Marico (or Bosman Country) in the North West recently: here’s what I learnt and heard over the weekend.
Just off the coast of Tanzania is Mafia Island: a raw, untouched paradise still immune to the melee of seasonal sun seekers. Tyson Jopson spent a week there and discovered that things work a little differently when you’re off the tourist radar. For now …
Ibo Island in the Quirimbas, off the north coast of Mozambique, is a place where time stops. A magical place to photograph, here are a few images that capture the essence of this once-Portuguese run island.
Vuyi Qubeka boarded an MSC Cruise from Durban to Portuguese Island off the coast of Mozambique. It proved to be more a a cacophony of zany individuals and heaps of fun than a dowdy pastime for the aged.
Everyone knows that Namibia is full of stars and dunes: but here are the more surprising things I learnt on my adventure.
If you’ve never travelled beyond South Africa’s borders, southern Namibia is an easy, yet beautiful, introduction to travel in Africa.
On my sixth week travelling through the Kruger National Park, I ticked one of the park’s most beautiful species off my list and discovered that, contrary to what I’ve been told, the northern region doesn’t all look the same.
We had spent seventy two hours in the Sotho kingdom and the only trace of prehistoric life were a few footprints of the elusive Lesothosaurus. We were hoping that at Golden Gate Highlands National Park, our final destination, we would unearth great informantion about fossils.