The Red-billed Buffalo Weaver (Bubalornis niger).
Now this is an interesting bird, found mainly in the more arid areas, it builds communal nests made of thorn type sticks.
Its easily identified by its plumage. The black (male) or brownish black (female) and red-orange bill, with white wing patches.
Its nests are conspicuous, untidy masses in trees, these I captured on the golf course in Kathu, the Sishen Golf course. I will be posting on this golf course some time on my other blog, a lovely course with plenty of small animals and bird life on it.
The nests are often raided by snakes and the birds try to camouflage the nest entrances…