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George Hallett: Nomad, raconteur and photographer who ‘became the camera’

The renowned South African photographer understood how to look for the tucked-away spaces that were the sources of both light and dark

Why we need a South African jazz photography archive

We need more books about South African jazz, focusing on both the verbal and the visual, to fully capture and appreciate the unique ‘river of culture we’ve been bequeathed’

People of the pen

George Hallett's Portraits of African Writers begins with his tutorship under writer Richard Rive in the late Fifties and ends with studies of today's exceptional talent.

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