Wait for The Wolf, who should be coming directly...  JAN 12 2016

A company called Studio D recently published their corporate end-of-the-year report for 2015. It is unlike most other companies' year-end reports. Studio D, which was founded by global citizen Jan Chipchase, "specialises in sensitive research topics requiring a very discreet presence; through to working in higher risk environments".

This year the studio was joined by two four-legged team members: Ramoosh the camel purchased from the livestock market in Hargeysa; and Neyy a goat bought on the road between Harare and Bindura. As is the local norm in a country with limited electricity and even less refrigeration, Neyy was gifted to an interviewee as a small thank-you -- anything larger wouldn't be possible to eat in one sitting and would spoil after slaughter. Both were expensed.

The company also debuted the 1M Hauly Heist, which is a ultra-durable and discreet travel pack that will carry $1 million in US $100 bills and shield electronics from RF tracking. The 1M Hauly Heist made it onto my 2015 holiday gift list.

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