Rhino horns & buffalo thorns: close encounters on a walking safari in KZN

Hlengiwe Magagula goes on a bush walk in the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park, SA's oldest protected area

07 July 2019 - 00:00 By Hlengiwe Magagula

Nunu Jobe is biophilic. Don't worry, he does not need a cure. Biophilia describes something innate in humans, the "love of life or living systems". It recognises that the human species is but one among millions of life forms, and that our collective wellbeing is interwoven.

Jobe is the embodiment of biophilia. As a trails guide in Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park in KwaZulu-Natal, his office is 1,000 square kilometres of wilderness, and that's a lot of living system to love...

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