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South African dance group excels at international arts championships

  • Trade July 28, 2015

Performing the Nama riel dance – said to be one of the oldest indigenous dance forms in South Africa – Die Nuwe Graskoue Trappers recently…


Think inside the (27) box(es)

  • Blog July 28, 2015 by Carina van Wyk

Tired of shopping centres that look identical and have the same big chain stores? Looking for unique clothing, home decor, art and food that won’t…


Durban by helicopter: a bucket-list item ticked off

  • Blog July 28, 2015 by Christine Marot

A 30-minute scenic helicopter flight over the city of Durban has much to recommend it.


‘Nature’s Bounty’ on display at 2015 Spring Festival

  • Blog July 27, 2015 by Edwina van der Burg

Until 30 August 2015, 17 gardens designed to showcase South Africa’s indigenous plants and flowers are on display in Gauteng.


Mpumalanga’s Mount Anderson Reserve – a little-known treasure

Mount Anderson is still undiscovered by many travellers, so make sure you get there soon, before the word spreads ...


Get to know Durban on a Ricksha Bus city tour

  • Blog July 26, 2015 by Christine Marot

Durban’s Ricksha Bus city tour is a fun way for the family to meet South Africa’s coastal city.


Join the South African geocaching craze

  • Blog July 25, 2015 by Stuart Dickinson

It’s a global treasure hunt open to anyone with a smart phone, and South Africa’s stunning natural landscape provides the perfect backdrop.


Respect for the past: embracing our history

  • Trade July 24, 2015

The tour included visiting several places that feature on the Madiba’s Journey app. And while the students were on their tour, South African Tourism staff…


PheZulu offers way more than a safari park experience

  • Blog July 24, 2015 by Christine Marot

PheZulu Safari Park is a one-stop destination that provides wildlife encounters together with an overview of Zulu culture, which is endemic to the province of…