Find Africa in Cape Town

  • July 12, 2014 by Lynnette Johns and Stuart Buchanan
  • Blog

Cape Town may be on the south-western tip of Africa, but it is home to people from all over the world’s second-most populous continent.

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Passengers enjoy free Wi-Fi at South Africa's nine major airports

  • July 11, 2014

Wi-Fi makes the world go round, and passengers can now benefit from 30 minutes of free Wi-Fi at South Africa’s nine airports, thanks to the Airports Company South Africa.

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The whale season is in full swing

  • July 11, 2014 by Andrea Weiss
  • Blog

You can see whales from the cliff path in Hermanus or hop on a boat and let the whales come to you.

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The National Arts Festival – a national treasure

  • July 11, 2014 by Sarah Came
  • Blog

The arts have long been a representation of the zeitgeist of a people, and a means of creating a drive for change in individuals and society.

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SAT UK: Commercial Office Relocation Tender: Provision of surveying & interior design services

The submission of proposals will be in terms of this document. All information requested must be supplied and all annexures completed, whether such information or annexure refers to the eventual tender or not. This information will form part of the eventual tender and must thus be completed as there will…
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10 coastal towns we love

  • July 10, 2014 by Andrea Weiss
  • Blog

This week, #TravelChatSA featured coastal towns of South Africa. There are so many great spots to choose from that it was hard to narrow it down to just 10 ...

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Job creation a top priority for South Africa’s new tourism minister

  • July 09, 2014
  • Trade

South Africa’s new Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom, says the tourism sector has a major contribution to make in addressing the three societal challenges of unemployment, poverty and inequality.

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Celebrate Bastille Day in Franschhoek

  • July 09, 2014 by Andrea Weiss
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If you want to experience the true French flavour of Franschhoek, then pencil the upcoming Bastille Festival into your diary.

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Jackson Hlungwani’s artworks live on

  • July 08, 2014 by Daphney Mngomeni
  • Blog

Visit the University of Johannesburg Art Gallery to experience the mystical sculptures created by the late Jackson Hlungwani.

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Photographer profile: Singita's Ross Couper

Read our Q&A with wildlife photographer Ross Couper, a field guide at Singita Sabi Sand game reserve. His ‘office’ is some of the finest game-viewing land in southern Africa. His philosophy on photography is ‘trust the light’ and ‘patience, patience, patience’.

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