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Geoff Hill is a journalist and author working in London, Nairobi and Johannesburg.
His father, Hugh Middleton Hill was federal water engineer for Nyasaland, during the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, and went on to establish water projects across southern Africa. Geoff had a total of 12 schools before completing his education at Northlands Boys' High School in Durban.
In 1982 he moved to Australia and worked on various newspapers including the Townsville Bulletin and The Australian. In 1992, with Nick Russell, he co-founded African Safari Magazine which ceased publication in 2000. He married Hope Kleoudis in Sydney in 1995 and they moved to Zimbabwe in 1997.
In 2011, he founded the private intelligence firm, Africa.cx.
- The Battle for Zimbabwe (Zebra Press, 2003)
- What Happens After Mugabe? (2005) (ISBN 978-1770071025)