Nice to meet you!! As you probably know the 286gr projie made the calibre's reputation. I like the Woodleigh 286gr RNSP as they've deliberately set out to emulate the old Kynoch ballistics, and as the game hasn't changed, those projies would be ideal.
But in saying that, the degree of cover that you'll be hunting in would also influence your choice of bullet. I'd be asking your PH what would be the thickness of cover, and ranges you're likely to be hunting in at the time of your hunt (and also the type of weather to prepare yourself for). That should give you a good idea of the type and weight of bullet to use. PM me if you want to discuss further.
Best of luck with your hunt - and please post up a report and some pics!!
PS: Yeah, that was me in the catalogue.
do not forget the 293 gn tug bullet.
in factory ammo this also made a good name for the x62 in Africa.
9.3 bullets of the past were perfectly matched to the speeds of factory loads, unlike cartridges like the 280 ross which just blew up the bullets of the day.
the old tig and tug bullets so suited to the x62, and also not bad in the x64, are not fully up the x64 velocities on bigger animals.