Stefan Fouché

The words of the country song Brand new man by American country legends, Brooks & Dunn, come to mind:

BOTSWANA ‒ Wild and unspoiled

By Robert Timcke

Cameroon is a historically significant hunting destination.

Tragelaphus strepsiceros strepsiceros

By J Du P Bothma

There are two types of kudu in Africa, with the greater kudu Tragelaphus strepsiceros

Hunting the elusive Limpopo bushbuck

By Stefan Fouché

We were travelling in my Land Cruiser through Limpopo Province on route to one of the northernmost parts of our beautiful country.

Motsomi Safaris – discover the real African bushveld


Motsomi Safaris has various lodges, including Nyala Lodge, which is the main hunting lodge, and Sable Lodge.

The first Harrisbuck hunted by a sportsman

By Andrew Hepner

The first ever recorded sighting and bagging of a sable antelope is described in an article which I found in an old book by Peter Capstick.

    The Road Less Travelled

By Katherine Compton-Pope

One of my favourite poems is Robert Frost’s The Road Not Taken. The last two lines of the poem read: “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less travelled by, And that has made all the difference.”

Hunting and shooting … for the love of it

By Seppie Cilliers

An early alarm clock woke me and my tired eyes fluttered open. I did not really sleep well. It had been one of those nights when you continuously check your alarm clock so that you do not oversleep.

Where the Metal meets the Meat …

By Stefan Fouché

What is the most important piece of equipment you will use on your African safari …


By Hancke Hudson

The African forest buffalo (Syncerus caffer nanus), also known as the forest dwarf buffalo, is the smallest subspecies of the African buffalo.

Hunting the Tiny Ten | The big small ones Part 8

By Laurence Jennings

The quest to harvest the Tiny Ten has led me to some special places in Southern Africa, and Part 8 of the series is no different – the sand forests of Mozambique.

The springbok of Mount Etjo – a Namibian success story

By Steve Tors

The springbok herd at this well-known game farm / hunting lodge increased from 50 to 5 000 in just 45 years – without any new blood lines being introduced!

The tiniest of them all …

By Stefan Fouché

This hunting story has various possible starting points. The fact that I have always dreamt of hunting both the biggest and smallest species Southern Africa has to offer, cannot be overlooked.


By Cal Pappas

“I know what you’re thinking … Did he fire six shots or only five? Seeing how this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world that can blow your head clean off, you’ve got to ask yourself: ‘Am I feeling lucky?’ Well, do you, punk?”

Mahohboh on the hunt …

By Ron Thomson

On the first morning I killed an elephant in a heavy teak forest – one of a herd of seven bulls. Tim killed another two. We set off resolutely on the tracks of the remaining four.

My African adventure | Part 1

By Oscar Haugen

The first time I ever saw something about hunting in Africa was in 1989 when I was 11 years old. My brother Håvard, who is four years older than me …


By Laurence Jennings

It is the duty of every hunter to promote and protect this great sport we love. Anti-hunting sentiments have increased in the last few years and the pressure to stop hunting is growing.