Volume 14, Issue 1
Our cover story on Adele Cutten is a journey in determination and kindness as she manages to reinvent herself following absurd government restrictions during apartheid and a nearby massive fire, bringing her retail business to a halt overnight. Adele's Mohair provides work for more than 30 ladies from the surrounding community.
We also talk with Andries du Toit Pienaar, an award-winning, South African Merino producer and learn about life in the shadows on the diamond mining boom.
SHEEP TO SHORE
Island life isn't always ideal, but the Merinos at Long Cove Farm have little to complain about.
Klipaatsfontein, South Africa
Andries Pienaar is now the reigning family monarch in a family that has been breeding Merinos since the 1880s.
PEACE AND PREDATORS
Predators and flocks are here to say. Does it always have to be a fight to the death?
ALONG THE GANGES
Only in India does hospitality and smoking bodies go hand-in-hand.
Following nearly 40 years of civil war, traditional weaving is a vital livelihood.
Can handweavers survive the demand for cheap woven goods and the return of Chinese imports?
Piggs Peak, Swaziland
Tintsaba's baskets are every bit as beautiful as the people who make them.
Now entering its third season, the Cashmere Center has an exciting new twist.