Here is the cover of Batman 15:
In 1960 Andre De Beer drew "Speurder Loot Louw" for Justitia.
In 1960 Chris Du Plooy drew "Danie Theron se Verkenner" for Die Brandwag.
Here is a sample strip from Danie Theron se Verkenner:
From 1960-1962 Len Sak drew the comic strip "Pletz" for Zionist Record and SA Jewish Chronicle. In 1963 he published his own Jewish children's comic book "Gibor", which ran for four issues. Gibor contained the strips "The Kaplans", "Kupi", "Dov" and "The Secret Tunnel" - the latter three strips were continued in Zionist Record in 1964. In 1964 he drew the comic strip "Honey" for Elethu Mirror, and from 1968 to 1980 drew the comic strip "Cherrie" for The World, Sunday Post and Weekend World.
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In 1961-1962 Daniel Erasmus drew "Rooi Jan" for Die Brandwag.
In the early 1960s David (Dov) Fedler drew "Hail Caesar" for New Nation, "The Hunters" for The Star, "Buzbee" for Garden and Home, "Captain Industry" for Industrial Managment.
In 1962 Johann Roos drew "Harrie the Hippie" for Personality.
In 1963 Johan van Niekerk drew "Die Olifante van Kalanga" and "Uys Barnard" for Huisgenoot.
In 1963 Tony Grogan drew "The Blots" for Daily Dispatch, and in 1968-1969 he drew "The Van Riebeecks of Doringvlei" for Farmers weekly.
Here is a sample strip from The Van Riebeecks of Doringvlei:
In 1966 Johan Van Niekerk drew "Fritz Bender" for Die Huisgenoot.
Here is a sample strip from Fritz Bender:
Johan van Niekerk
In 1968 Keith & Lorna Stevens started their comic strip "Flip Foster", which appeared weekly in The Star.
For further information see:
Keith & Lorna Stevens
Here is a sample strip from Adam:
In 1969 Sean Latham drew "Waterhouse" for Rand Daily Mail.
In the late 1960s Carel Birkby (writer) and Peter Ogilvie (illustrator) produced the strip "Stroppie's Lot" for Sunday Times.
Here is a sample from Stroppie's Lot:
In the late 1960s Ivor Van Rensburg drew the strips "John Graydon", "Famous Mysteries" and "True Tales of South Africa" for various newspapers. He also drew "Just Nuisance" for the Weekend Argus.
Here is a sample from John Graydon:
In the late 1960s Len Lindeque drew "Springbok" (written by Ralph Loubser) for Dagbreek en Landstem, "Olaf Bouwer" (Written by Stoffel Pienaar) for Rapport and "Black Bullet" for Bona.
Here is a sample from Olaf Bouwer:
In 1969 Frank Purcell drew "Uncle Rupert" for Farmer's Weekly.
Here is a sample from Uncle Rupert:
In 1969 Richard Schikkerling drew "Vrystaat" for Rand Daily Mail.
Also in the 1960s Photo Story Magazines became very popular:
Photo Story Magazines
In June 1964 the doors opened - and South Africa started selling hundreds of imported DC and Marvel titles. Here are a few covers from that era - showing South African price stamps:
Chronology of South African Comic Books - 1920s to 1940s
Chronology of South African Comic Books - 1950s
Chronology of South African Comic Books - 1970s