As part of the ‘My city’ series, South African Tourism caught up with style maven Gavin Rajah to talk about his favourite spots in the Mother City. The acclaimed designer has lived in Cape Town for the past 25 years and doesn’t see himself living anywhere else in the country.
The scenic beauty of South Africa was showcased to great effect on Twitter in the latest #TravelChatSA. Travellers from across the country shared their best travel snaps in the one-hour gathering on the social networking site.
Franschhoek wine farm Vrede en Lust is known for its award-winning wines and for hosting memorable weddings. But the farm is also a sought-after filming location, and is a trailblazer in renewable energy use.
South Africa has been showcased on the hit Australian dating reality show, The Bachelor. The last two episodes of the current series are shot in South Africa and end with Bachelor Blake proposing to one of the three ladies who accompanies him here.
The Soweto Festival Expo showcases a variety of goods and services, and provides entertainment for the entire family. The expo also supports local entrepreneurs, contributing to the greater Soweto’s economy and community.
From its shop-level entrance, the Rosebank Art & Craft Market seems like a humble store. But venture down the stairs at the back of the shop, and you’re met with a bustling underground market that captures the essence of Africa.
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