SA's very own Zombie Apocalypse guide
Johannesburg - Put away your braai tongs and start stockpiling Mrs Balls Chutney because you have to be prepared in the event that a Zombie Apocalypse hits South Africa.
Author Lee Herrmann has penned The South African Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide, a follow-up novel by a similar title.
You can expect the same quality of advice like: Ding-Dong. There’s a horde of flesh-craving zombies at your front door. What do you do?
Mr. Herrmann said in a statement: "Zombies are still big at the moment and our Survival Guide gives specific information for the South African landscape. It will help you [understand] how you would survive a Zombie Apocalypse, and we have a lot of fun looking at the most effective weapons and vehicles… and basically how to smash a zombie!"
The book examines all aspects of surviving the incident, including which supplies will be useful. "South Africans are unique. We have to cope with everything from crime to load-shedding, so when the Apocalypse happens, our situation will be very unique when dealing with zombies," he said.
The South African Zombie Apocalypse Survival Guide is currently available from Porcupine Press, Amazon and Computicket Deals. For more information visit www.saza.co.za
Watch the video below for a comedic spin on the famous TedTalk, called DedTalk on Zombies.