Posts – Attractions

Rudd House in Kimberley, Northern Cape

One of Kimberley’s many historical attractions is the old Rudd bungalow.


The rock engravings at Wildebeest Kuil in the Northern Cape

A visit to Wildebeest Kuil outside Kimberley is a great way of learning more about rock engravings.


Keeping it natural: The Bryanston Organic & Natural Market

  • 06 January 2015 by Thrishni Subramoney

Johannesburg’s reputation as South Africa’s economic centre might conjure visions of a concrete jungle, but its abundance of trees means that it’s also recognised as one of the most wooded cities in the world. Areas like the Bryanston Organic & Natural Market are a testament to the green values that many in the city share.


Newlands Brewery tour in Cape Town: Amazing value

For R50 (less than $5) at Newlands Brewery in Cape Town, you get a brewery tour, a beer tasting and two free drinks.


Popular attractions in South Africa

  • 05 January 2015 by Lynnette Johns

South Africa is high on the bucket list of many people, not only because of its extraordinary history, but also because of its world-class attractions.


Love South Africa: Photos by Graham Hobbs, aka 1 other people

  • 04 January 2015 by Lethabo-Thabo Royds

Here we showcase one of the many talented photographers contributing to the Love South Africa Flickr group ...


Grahamstown: Not as sleepy as it seems

  • 02 January 2015 by Cassidy Parker

It’s famous for its annual National Arts Festival, the largest in the country, but the little town of Grahamstown is worth more than a fleeting visit once a year.


Kyalami racetrack – still a home for motorsport

  • 01 January 2015 by Sarah Came

The Kyalami racetrack is an institution in South Africa and is set to remain so despite going under auction earlier this year.


Maboneng Precinct: Really cool

  • 31 December 2014 by Roela Hattingh

The Maboneng Precinct, an urban neighbourhood on the east side of the Johannesburg CBD, is a fully fledged thriving community of about 500 residents and is home to independent retail, restaurant and entertainment venues, as well as loft apartments, offices, a hotel, a museum and creative factory spaces.


Dance away the old year and kiss in the new one: Great New Year's parties in South Africa

  • 30 December 2014 by Roela Hattingh

There is only one thing to do this New Year’s Eve in South Africa – celebrate, whoop it up, have a night on the tiles, carouse, make merry, paint the town red, have a ball, let your hair down, live it up, kick it, or as we say in South Africa, jol and jive.