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The bakkie that made me ‘that guy’

The Isuzu D-Max 300 LX 4x4 may be quite a mouthful. But on the road, it’s a dream to drive

Intimate images from an activist photographer

Omar Badsha hopes his book 'Seedtime' and an accompanying exhibition will open space for more dialogue.

Porous border is smugglers’ paradise

<b>Sean O'Toole</b> and <b>Paul Botes</b> take a journey along the border from Pontdrift to south of Komatipoort to find the gaps in a broken system.

Where ‘funny things’ happen

Paul Botes recounts his experience at a meeting of South Africans preparing for disaster.

Everyday on film

Paul Botes speaks to Brett Morris about getting 'society's disposables' to photograph their lives for his book.

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