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Ready to run, Comrades?

It’s downhill all the way this year, in the world’s oldest, and largest, ultramarathon: The Comrades

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Darling Gets Its Daisies Rocked

Every year the sleepy Western Cape village of Darling comes alive - not just with vibrant blooming daisies, but with one of South Africa’s most glamorous music festivals.

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Birds of a feather flock to SA’s best birding spots

Home to 10% of the world’s bird species, South Africa is a twitcher’s utopia packed with coastal, inland and tropical sightings for the keen eyed traveller.

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A Sho't Left in the Northern Cape

Our largest province is also one of our most beautiful gems. It’s dry, it’s sparse, and it was the focus of our latest Sho’t Left tour with South Africa’s favourite musicians, Mi Casa.

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Timeless & Tasty: The Mighty Koeksister

A legendary favourite, this sweet treat has earned a place in South African culinary history.

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Green, Lush and Delicious: The Other, Other Kalahari.

Yes, you read that right. It’s not all red rocks and burning sands in the Kalahari. In fact, foodies rejoice: it’s very far from dry and arid…

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Durban by Durbanites: The Top 5

Durban, it’s our very own paradise by the sea and a culturally distinct slice of heaven that many South Africans are proud to call home.

It’s these denizens of Durbs that help us find the hidden gems that define this fair city. We’ve gone and found the top 5 spots lauded by locals. This is Durban by Durbanites.

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Small towns, big hearts – Kimberley

Look back at South African history and you’ll know that this country’s foundations were built upon mining… diamond mining in particular. It was in the 1870s that the famous diamond rush began. It didn’t take long before a bustling town was born. That town was Kimberly – a bastion of South African history. But what does it look like today?

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Kruger National Park: North or South?

The Kruger National Park is the epitome of the safari experience but there’s a difference between the north and the south of this gigantic national park.

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A city in pictures – Port Elizabeth

Welcome to the Friendly City of Port Elizabeth. Founded as a small town in 1820 by British settlers, this is the second oldest city in South Africa. Now known as Nelson Mandela bay, this city revolves around the ocean and is overflowing with interesting history, beautiful scenery and serene beaches.

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