The Quiver Trees of Kenhardt

Kenhardt’s quiver trees (kokerbome) are the living – and dying – witnesses to climate change in southern Africa’s arid areas.

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Churches of the Karoo

Karoo churches come with fascinating back-stories.

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Water Stories of the Drylands

In the Kalahari and Karoo, water is treated with a reverence not found in moister climates. Here you will hear of the Watersnake, a creature that rules the watercourses.

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21 Pubs of the Karoo

As with most lively travel stories, this piece should come with some kind of health warning. Do not operate heavy machinery while following this route.

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Connecting the Karoo

Networking systems in the Karoo, South Africa

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Langbaken – Cheesemakers of the Upper Karoo

The dry reaches of the Upper Karoo make an unlikely terrain for cheese-making. But Langbaken’s produce has won acclaim as far away as Italy.

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Karoo Life I: Museums of the Karoo

The weird and wonderful stuff you find in a dusty old Karoo museum.

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South Africans Around The World

South Africans abroad stay in touch with Karoo Space.

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The Karoo Life e-Book Series

Meet the diamond cowboys of Port Nolloth and the Goths of Fraserburg. Or kick your shoes off and dance the Nama Riel in the dust of the western Karoo.

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Karoo Life I – Matjiesfontein

They say the ghost of a bloodied British soldier hitch-hikes outside the Karoo village of Matjiesfontein.

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