A devotee of Haile Selassie travels from Cape Town to arid Namaqualand to try his luck at finding a fortune.
The wild herb trade is booming, and conservationists are concerned. But one group is trying to knit them together.
Behind the Cape's illicit perlemoen trade are whole communities that rely on the income the illegal abalone fishers bring in.
Crystal meth may have trapped users in crimes, but it is also the fulcrum of an illicit economy that employs hundreds.
Often touted as a solution to climate change, forests actually threaten Africa's savanna ecosystems, writes Kimon de Greef.