South African Photographer Walker Wins World Shootout 2018 Shark Category

South African Photographer Walker Wins World Shootout 2018 Shark Category: South African underwater photographer Allen Walker (Warner Beach) took the number one spot for the shark photography category at the World ShootOut 2018 awards held at the boot Düsseldorf dive show in Germany recently. “I am thrilled about having won the shark photography category of the prestigious World ShootOut. It puts South Africa firmly on the world map of underwater photography and will promote tourism to South Africa in the diving industry, more specifically … [Read more...]

A Repository of African Skin Images

A Repository of African Skin Images: African Skin is an online gallery of South African people aimed at providing the field of dermatology with photographs for study and promotional purposes. The website features several stock photographs of native African people that can be used for the sales and marketing of dermatology products along with education and training. Recognising the pressing need for stock photos of true South Africans in the field of dermatology, the website was created by two keen photographers Prof. Ncoza Dlova and Gizelle … [Read more...]

Durban Image: African giant…almost

A Durban tagged image from Flickr - click on the name of the photographer below the image to see more Durban goodness. African giant...almost Image by KingTyrone … [Read more...]

Leading South African women on the programme for Subz Spring Fling High Tea

Leading South African women on the programme for Subz Spring Fling High Tea: Subz Pants and Pads has been founded on an ethos of female empowerment which is why two leading social activists – Jo-Ann Barnwell and Pam le Noury – will be taking centre stage at the inaugural Subz Spring Fling High Tea fundraiser, taking place at Kloof Country Club on Wednesday, 5 September. “The Subz Spring Fling High Tea is a chance to relax, enjoy a fun morning of quality eats in a beautiful setting while engaging with other dynamic people,” said Sue Barnes, … [Read more...]