Wildlife Ranching Magazine


Author: Richard Wadley

Publisher: Protea

Language: English

Pages: 831

Format: A5 hardcover

Retail price: R995

This book is a history, from archaeological to modern times, of an important game ranching area in South Africa. Amateur historian Richard Wadley has written a tome on the Waterberg area of the Limpopo province that is richly illustrated with historical documents and photographs. The book provides an important reminder that this area is not just about game farming but also of human endeavouring and “prejudice, suffering, struggle and misfortune… exploitation of the weak, ignorance by the cunning and oppression…”

The author, born in the

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