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Photo essay: South African sunsets

  • Blog May 13, 2015 by Lynnette Johns

There are sunsets, and then there are South African sunsets; where the sky appears to be on fire or when the sun casts a golden…

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Calvinia – a gem in the Hantam dust

  • Blog May 12, 2015 by Willem Steenkamp

There’s nothing like being stuck in a place to compel one to explore it – and discover delights that would otherwise be missed.

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Attractions in and around Durban

  • Blog May 12, 2015 by Sasha Hall

Home to South Africa’s busiest port, Durban boasts some of the country’s most beautiful beaches, a mix of unique cultures, friendly people and a laid-back…

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#INDABA2015 hailed as a success

  • Trade May 11, 2015

South African Tourism CEO Thulani Nzima has described INDABA 2015 as a huge success for South Africa and Africa, and has committed to bringing the…

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Winter picnic spots in Pretoria

  • Blog May 11, 2015 by Lauren Morling

A round-up of great picnic spots in Pretoria ...

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Fields of colour – the West Coast and Namaqua flower routes

  • Blog May 11, 2015 by Sasha Hall

Are you a nature lover or outdoor enthusiast? If so, South Africa’s flowers should be on your bucket list. The beautiful blooms of the South…

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Highlights of Day 2 of #INDABA2015

  • Trade May 10, 2015

For many delegates, one of the highlights of INDABA 2015 is the TECHzone – not only for the interesting TECHtalks but also for an experience…

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Countdown to Comrades 2015: interesting and quirky facts

  • Blog May 10, 2015 by Christine Marot

As part of the countdown to Comrades 2015, we share some interesting and quirky facts relating to the race ...

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#INDABA2015 opening ceremony a grand affair

  • Trade May 09, 2015

'This is my first INDABA and ... wow!' was Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom reaction when he was welcomed onto the stage in the packed auditorium.…

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Highlights of Day 1 of #INDABA2015

  • Trade May 09, 2015

'Whatever tourism growth happens should be environmentally and socially sustainable.’ That was the message that South African Minister of Derek Hanekom left the audience with…

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