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Jason Hearn and The Africa Project

by on Friday 12th October, 2012   37004 Views

© 2014 Greg Ewing

JASON Hearn and The Africa Project

Africa is a somewhat mystical continent, familiar to surfers through the dusty images from the classic hippy trail to Morocco or those pier side barrels of the Durban beaches or from a once in a lifetime pilgrimage to hallowed waters of J-Bay. But what of Namibia, Senegal and beyond? Jason Hearn is a South African filmmaker on a mission

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