Four front feet
As seasoned PH John Coleman discovered, the game business in South Africa seems to produce a few chancers, apart from mostly competent and ethical operators.
Geoff Wainwright reminisces about his days of hunting elephant with Zola, his tracker and mentor, in the Solwezi open hunting area of Zambia, 1970.
Hunting the trophy grysbok
This article is the last in the grysbok series, intended for hunters wishing to take a trophy-class grysbok ram, and focuses on trophy-judging aspects.
Rifa Conservation Education Camp
Rifa Conservation Education Camp is a Zimbabwean registered welfare education organisation that provides a unique wildlife conservation and environmental education programme to Zimbabwe’s schoolchildren.
Mahohoboh on the hunt . . . guerrillas and lions
Ron Thomson remembers the time when he and his family had to contend with man-eating lions and guerrillas while based at Chizarira Game Reserve, Zimbabwe.
Nature’s newspaper: Tracker’s confidence
Tracking is a great way to build confidence. By repeatedly looking at tracks, we subconsciously build the confidence in ourselves to make successful decisions.
The hunter and society’s “conservation” ethos: African elephant trophies banned from importation to
We bring you a very personal retort by Ron Thomson.
Hunting the elusive Cape bushbuck
Pierre Marais experienced several bushbuck hunts on a farm in the Eastern Cape and realised what a privilege it was to have hunted this antelope.