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Wulf Utian’s Letter from Knysna, April 2019

Tweet WULF UTIAN’S LETTER FROM KNYSNA , APRIL 2019 SOUTHERN AFRICA IN CRISIS March has not been a good month for Southern Africa. To the north of South Africa climate change resulted in the worst natural disaster ever recorded in the southern hemisphere. A cyclone hit Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. One town alone in […]

WULF UTIAN’S LETTER FROM KNYSNA, MARCH 2019

Tweet WULF UTIAN’S LETTER FROM KNYSNA BACK TO EXPLORING MARCH 2019 We start many days of the week with an early morning walk on the pristine beach at Buffalo Bay, and I mean pristine. We usually have the half-moon 6km (3.8 miles) stretch of white soft sand to ourselves and at most the 8-10 people […]

WULF UTIAN’S LETTER FROM KNYSNA, FEBRUARY 2019

Tweet Food and politics seem to be the most frequent subjects I am questioned about in response to my monthly ramblings. Food? Yes. For example, are there good places to eat in Knysna? I mean, can you find pasta in Italy? Knysna, although a small town, is remarkably cosmopolitan in its population and visitors. Amongst the […]