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I’aru Ikhuisi

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May 08 2017

I’aru Ikhuisi Piet Berendse, representing the Bushman or Khoisan rights and culture movement, Ikhuisi Bush Camp, just happened to be at AfrikaBurn this year, and I had the incredible honour of spending two hours interviewing him, chatting about Khoisan culture, customs, ceremonies, food, medicines, tracking, hunting, rock painting, and his opinion of the spectacle that is AfrikaBurn. I’aru (Cheetah) Ikhuisi (Vulture) is a leader in his community in the Northern Cape, and actively fighting for the rights of the Khoisan peoples in South Africa. He also teaches the Khoisan youth the customs and secrets of their culture, especially tracking – […]

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Arno Carstens & Family at African Relish

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Apr 16 2017

Have I mentioned that my job rocks? Though I’ve not been traveling as much this year as I had last year this time, my year’s been pretty great as far as photography goes. In February, Arno Carstens, platinum selling, award winning musician, performed live in the local art deco venue, the Showroom Theatre, and he and his family who travels with him booked a cooking class at African Relish, the local recreational cooking school. African Relish commissioned me to grab a couple of snaps of them in the kitchen, with Chef Jaco Fourie showing them the ropes, for their social media marketing, […]

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Maria

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Jul 10 2016

I’ve know Maria Andela since I can remember. She and my parents are friends through birding and volunteering as Honorary Rangers, and we often spent time in her house in Beaufort West as children, and playing in her garden. I remember I had believed for a long time that she was somehow related to us because she felt like family. Great was my shock when my parents corrected me one day! When I was still “in school” (I was homeschooled, so school wasn’t something to be “in”) she had never hesitated to lend a hand and a word of advice […]

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