Saturday, August 17, 2019

ISSUE 7: Wheels, Limbs and Warriors – the incredible story of the Race2Recovery team

After 14 days of racing through some of the most treacherous terrain known to man, a hero crew of injured military personnel and civilians crossed the finish line and become the first disabled team...

START YOUR FIRES! EasyEquities announce winners of the #BraaiTour team

Following weeks of social media activity with entrants from far and wide sending in braai pics, recipes and investing in their EasyEquities accounts, the day has finally arrived! "We can announce who will join...

International Coastal Clean-up: Landys that care

IN ISSUE 5 (December 2013): Every year, from Maine to Bangladesh, hundreds of thousands of walkers, divers and boaters in more than 100 countries remove tons of trash from waterways and beaches during Ocean Conservancy’s International...

ISSUE 7: This is Africa, old chap! British Landy man does UK to Nigeria

Just like Livingstone and many others, Africa holds a certain allure for British explorers – whether it’s our many undiscovered tracks, mysterious sights and sounds or the diversity of our people and culture. Even...

ISSUE III: The good-hearted King

You may have heard some of the myths and legends that abound regarding the last great African explorer, Kingsley Holgate, or "King" as his close friends call him. Kingsley is a friend to everybody...

ISSUE 15: No Backing Down in Baboon’s Pass

BOBBEJAAN KLIM DIE BERG: In Issue 15, the Land Rover AFRICA Magazine expedition team (along with a couple of friends!) venture up the gruelling Baboon's Pass in the Lesotho highlands with some surprising results....

Kingsley Holgate sets off on Land Rover-driven cultural expedition to Ethiopia

JOHANNESBURG - Africa’s most loved explorer, Kingsley Holgate, has departed on another unique Land Rover expedition to investigate and document the cultures and traditions of disappearing African tribes.   In a spectacular send-off at Lesedi Cultural Village on...

Land Rover AFRICA’s Passport to African Border Crossings

An African border crossing is like a French rugby backline - you never know what you're going to get. It can either frustrate the hell out of you by keeping you waiting and delaying...

ISSUE 11: LRA’s Road to Dar: Malawi – Leaving you mesmerised

Malawi is even better known as the 'warm heart of Africa' because of its peaceful, hospitable environment and extraordinary friendly citizens. The people of Malawi are the proverbial drum that beats to the vivacious...

ISSUE#23: Down to Earth and Up in the Sky

  The famous Klein Karoo’s Route 62 -  that connects urban to rural - offers a world-class travel route for any adventure-minded Landy owner. Oom Ian and his gang of Golden Oldie Series drivers shows...