Greenmarket Square in Cape Town has a rich history – it was a slave market, a base to patrol from and, at its lowest point, a parking lot. Today it is a popular market where tourists can haggle over the price of souvenirs.
While people know Hermanus for whale watching, and that the Cliff Path is renowned as the best place to do this, the path is also home to the spectacular annual Sculpture on the Cliffs exhibition, which is currently on until 16 June.
The Shared Skies exhibition, currently on display at the National Gallery in Cape Town, celebrates the ancient wisdom of the San and Wajarri people through a series of artworks done by artists who descended from those cultures.
Colourful painted rocks lie scattered among the Lowveld bush near Revolver Creek in Kaapmuiden, Mpumalanga – the legacy of a man who was buried in an unmarked grave with only a reference number etched into the headstone.
Groot Marico, named after the Marico River, is a wild and wonderful town, where historic wars have been fought, South African moonshine is produced, water sports, hiking, camping and hiking are the order of the day, and time is optional.
Every end-April, for a week, one of South Africa’s remotest corners comes alive with breathtaking art, music and thousands of colourfully costumed people. And then it all disappears again, down to the last sequin and glow stick.
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