The travellers tale

Born to a rubber planter in Johor Bahru-Malaysia 68 years ago, Grahame McLeod has travelled the world in pursuit of excellence in Geology, Agriculture and writing.

After traveling across Central America in countries such as Mexico, Panama, Guatemala, and South America where he walked the streets of Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador, McLeod finally found a place he could call home after setting foot in Botswana in 1973.

An accomplished educator and author with many educational books under his name, McLeod sat down with Voice Reporter Kabelo Dipholo to talk about himself and his latest book Makgadikgadi Pans.

Q. You’ve published a number of books over the years. Would kindly take us through some of the material you have written?

A. Most of the books are educational material I co authored with colleagues from different institutions including the University of Botswana and Colleges of Education.

My first book was published in 1989 titled: A Physical, Social and Economic Geography which I co-athoured with Dr Silitshena.

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