Jafta and Katriena are not people who take pills — they prefer to rely on nature's medicine. Even when he was a young boy, Jafta would visit the mountains to collect healing herbs. Now aged 84, he still cycles out to the mountains to hunt for herbs. He doesn't sell these herbs, but shares with those around him when they are ill. He gives from the heart, not expecting anything in return. It is his calling. (6:54)
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Equipment used – Sony A7 MKIII
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Up Hill – by Ian Post
Wimba Weia – by Reigo Vilbiks
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South Cross Prayer – by Andre Tonoli
Sound mix by Tamryn Breakey and Stef Albertyn
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