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Luke Alfred discusses 'Early One Sunday Morning I Decided to Step Out and Find South Africa'. (Camera & editing: Nicholas Boyd)
 
 
 
 
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South Africa is a country rich in pathways, tracks and roads – both tar and gravel. It is also a country of wonderful stories, blessed with a varied, colourful and contested history.

For more than a year veteran journalist Luke Alfred walked South Africa’s roads through cities, countryside and everything in between.

Early One Sunday Morning I Decided to Step Out and Find South Africa tells the stories of some of the country’s most interesting and sometimes forgotten places.

 

About the Author

Luke Alfred is a journalist and well-known author. He currently works as a freelance journalist in Johannesburg for a variety of local and international publications. He worked at the Sunday Times for 10 years and the ​Sunday Independent for nearly seven years. He is happily married to Lisa and they have three sons, two Labradors, two cats and a vegetable garden.

 

Early One Sunday Morning I Decided to Step Out and Find South Africa is published by NB Publishers

 

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