Posts – Culture & History

South Africa through the eyes of photographer Thina Zibi

  • 12 June 2014 by Kolosa Vuso

Photographer and art director Thina Zibi brings the cool into any South African story. Whether it’s in downtown Johannesburg or Langa township in Cape Town, you can’t help but want to be part of the photograph.

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People of South Africa

  • 11 June 2014 by Lethabo-Thabo Royds

South Africa’s inhabitants are a diverse cross-section of people with interesting stories. Come meet the people who call South Africa home.

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Millennials, the next generation of travellers

  • 09 June 2014 by Daphney Mngomeni

The next generation is here, and they’re set to take the travel spotlight in the coming years: Millennials, also known as Generation Y.

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9 great Limpopo attractions

  • 04 June 2014 by Willem Steenkamp

Limpopo, one of South Africa’s most rural provinces, is filled with wonderful places and experiences just waiting to be discovered and savoured by visitors.

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Crossing the Breede River on the pontoon at Malgas

The pontoon at Malgas has a fascinating history and is the only way to cross the Breede River between Swellendam and the sea.

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Seven reasons to visit Nelson Mandela Bay

Nelson Mandela Bay (Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage and Despatch) is a very underrated destination, as I recently discovered after spending some time here. Here are seven reasons why you should consider visiting this part of the Eastern Cape.

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#MeetSouthAfrica with Caspar Diederik

Caspar Diederik was one of 14 travel bloggers invited to explore South Africa as part of the #MeetSouthAfrica campaign. Here are a few of his pictures from his whirlwind trip.

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Democratic South Africa: 20 years on, and still going strong

  • 20 May 2014 by Daphney Mngomeni

In 1994 South Africans experienced an event that would change their lives and the country’s reputation forever: the first democratic elections.

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South Africans – the 'friendliest people in the world'

When it comes to welcoming visitors, South Africans are super-friendly. This is the word from Helena Egan, and she should know. She works for travel website TripAdvisor and has travelled all over the world.

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Jozi reinvents itself as Africa's hip hotspot

  • 12 May 2014 by Daphney Mngomeni

Twenty years after the first democratic elections, Johannesburg has become one of Africa’s most fast-paced, exciting and innovative places to be, according to an article in News24.

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