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- Bushman (Bushmen) Rock Art, Southern Africa.
- History of Montagu, Karoo, Western Cape.
- Namaqualand Attractions, Northern Cape.
- Mountains of Southern Africa
- Cities and Towns of Southern Africa
- Sinking of HMS Birkenhead, Danger Point, Gansbaai, Walker Bay, Western Cape, South Africa.
- History of Lombard’s Post, Southwell, Albany District, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
- The Witwatersrand Basin and the Bushveld Igneous Complex, North-West, Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces, South Africa.
- Anglo-Boer War Battlefields: Belfast Dullstroom and Lydenburg, Mpumalanga
- Anglo-Boer War Battlefields: Belfast Machadodorp and Lydenburg, Escarpment, Mpumalanga.
- Baobab Trees, Myths and Legends, Southern Africa.
- Heirs of the Drakensberg, Chrissiesmeer, Drakensberg, Southern Mpumalanga.
- Lydenburg – Heart of the Mpumalanga, Escarpment, Mpumalanga.
- Culture and History of Volksrust, Vryheid, Newcastle and Utrecht, Battlefields, Kwa-Zulu Natal.
- Tea Plantations—History in South Africa.
- Thomas’ Farm, Hopetown, Diamond Fields, Northern Cape.
- Paternoster, West Coast, Western Cape, South Africa.
- Mahlambandlovu, Pretoria, Northern Gauteng.
- Inside the Cathedral of St Michael and St George, Grahamstown, Settler Country, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
- The Disastrous Impact of Apartheid on Farming in South Africa.
- Aha Hills and Drotsky’s Cave, Western Botswana, Southern Africa.
- A little bit about asparagus, Ficksburg, Eastern Free State.
- Grahamstown, Settler Country, Eastern Cape.
- National-Historical Monuments in Southern Africa
- Johannesburg. City of Gold, Central Gauteng.