Cape hare, lièvre du Cap - Lepus capensis
One late afternoon at De Mond I left Vince hunting sunbirds and sugarbirds in the aloes behind the cottage and drove off to photograph an interesting little roadside garden we had passed the day before, planted outside a row of dilapidated farm cottages.
Afterwards, on my way back down the dust road in the Landcruiser, I stopped three times for three animals, the first wild ones we had seen while staying there.
Steenbok (I think) - Raphicerus campestris
(...in a field, appropriately, for the Latin.)
Yellow mongoose - Cynictis penicillata
S/he was about the size of a very long cat, with an excellent tail, to which the species name refers, "like a paintbrush."