I’ve travelled to every continent except Antarctica. I’ve rented an apartment in Zanzibar, spent a year as a postgraduate student in north-eastern England, and lived in Toronto long enough to complain about the public transport. But South Africa is the only place that truly feels like home. Here’s why ...
If we’re lucky, a word from our lexicon makes it into the Oxford English Dictionary every few years. So imagine our excitement when, after the latest update in June 2015, it emerged that a slew of South African words have been added to the language hall of fame.
The Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site is not only the meeting point of three countries and two mighty rivers; it was once home to an ancient African civilisation and it boasts some of most beautiful landscapes in southern Africa, as well as an abundance of wildlife.
The sun slipping from a golden-hued valley, rose-ringed wine farms, organic goods made with love, and tangible local pride are all characteristics of the town of McGregor, found just off of the popular wine route of Route 62 in the Western Cape.
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