Tony Weaver

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Tony Weaver is the deputy editor of Safarious. One of Africa’s most widely published photojournalists, he is a former correspondent for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s National Television News, and was a freelance correspondent covering southern Africa for, among many others, the BBC’s African Service, RTE (Irish Radio) and Radio New Zealand. More recently, he was Opinion Editor at Cape Town’s English language morning newspaper, the Cape Times. His “Man Friday” opinion column has been running since 1999, first in the Cape Times, and now in Die Burger and other Media24 newspapers, and on Safarious. He is the co-author with Andrew Ingram of “Into A Raging Sea – Great South African Sea Rescues”, and a contributor to several other books, including “Cape Town Calling”, “In Search of the Strange” and “Once We Were Hunters”. He is a veteran African traveller, and he and his wife, documentary film maker, Liz Fish, spent two years travelling 65 000km across Africa in their Land Rover, living in a tent. is the deputy editor of Safarious. One of Africa’s most widely published photojournalists, he is a former correspondent for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s National Television News, and was a freelance correspondent covering southern Africa for, among many others, the BBC’s African Service, RTE (Irish Radio) and Radio New Zealand. More recently, he was Opinion Editor at Cape Town’s English language morning newspaper, the Cape Times. His “Man Friday” opinion column has been running since 1999, first in the Cape Times, and now in Die Burger and other Media24 newspapers, and on Safarious. He is the co-author with Andrew Ingram of “Into A Raging Sea – Great South African Sea Rescues”, and a contributor to several other books, including “Cape Town Calling”, “In Search of the Strange” and “Once We Were Hunters”. He is a veteran African traveller, and he and his wife, documentary film maker, Liz Fish, spent two years travelling 65 000km across Africa in their Land Rover, living in a tent.