“Moer and gone” is a South African colloquial expression meaning “very far away”. But the tempting destinations in the lavishly illustrated user-friendly book, Things to do in moer & gone places, are not always very far away in geographical terms – they’re just places, often off the beaten track, that will entice you to visit some of South Africa’s less well-known areas.
Hoedspruit has all the makings of an incredible South African holiday adventure – wild bushveld, forests, mountains, friendly locals and a host of attractions. Add craft beer to the mix, and you’re going to make a lot of people happy.
When the Garden Court Marine Parade hotel opened in 1985 at a cost of R45-million, it set a new standard in South African architecture by adding to the art-deco architectural style for which Durban is known.
Situated in the North West province, Madikwe Game Reserve offers a luxury safari experience and spectacular game viewing. The park is malaria-free, and is home to the Big Five and a variety of endangered species.
Scientists on Thursday 10 September 2015 revealed the discovery of a new species in the Cradle of Humankind UNESCO World Heritage site in Gauteng. The Naledi fossils will be on display at the Maropeng Visitor Centre in the Cradle of Humankind for a limited period.
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