In South Africa, you may hear the older generation reminiscing about a night out at the ‘bioscope’. This was a popular term for the cinema,…
One of Kimberley’s many historical attractions is the old Rudd bungalow.
Zoo Lake’s history dates back to the city’s early years when, in 1891, a timber plantation was started by banker and mining magnate Herman Eckstein and more than three million trees…
A visit to Wildebeest Kuil outside Kimberley is a great way of learning more about rock engravings.
As the hot sun beats down, cool down with delicious ice cream. We found some delicious creamy goodness, across South Africa.
When late former president Nelson Mandela opened the South African Jewish Museum in 2000 it was in the company of one of the most famous members…
Johannesburg’s reputation as South Africa’s economic centre might conjure visions of a concrete jungle, but its abundance of trees means that it’s also recognised as…
Head to Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards in Franschhoek, Western Cape, for a day of food, wine and fun.
For R50 (less than $5) at Newlands Brewery in Cape Town, you get a brewery tour, a beer tasting and two free drinks.
South Africa is high on the bucket list of many people, not only because of its extraordinary history, but also because of its world-class attractions.
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