• The Athenæum, Port Elizabeth

    The Athenæum, Port Elizabeth

    6 March 2014

    The Athenæum, a work and exhibition space in Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, is a modern, multi-use cultural complex that accommodates performances, exhibitions, events, conferences, meetings, launches, shows and workshops.

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  • Bridge Street Brewery, Port Elizabeth

    Bridge Street Brewery, Port Elizabeth

    13 February 2014

    The Bridge Street Brewery in Port Elizabeth is where Lex Mitchell, founder of South Africa’s first microbrewery, Mitchell’s in Knysna, shares his passion for craft beer.

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  • Queenstown, Eastern Cape

    Queenstown, Eastern Cape

    5 February 2014

    The Eastern Cape Midlands town of Queenstown may have lost some of its strategic importance, but traces of its old colonial splendour still remain.

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  • Hole in the Wall, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape

    Hole in the Wall, Wild Coast, Eastern Cape

    19 October 2013

    Millions of years ago, waves punched a hole through the middle of a large cliff stranded offshore, leaving the Hole in the Wall.

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  • King’s Beach, Port Elizabeth

    King’s Beach, Port Elizabeth

    12 October 2013

    Sun seekers who like to splash around in the ocean can enjoy excellent conditions at King's Beach in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape, regardless of what season it is.

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  • Buffalo Park, East London

    Buffalo Park, East London

    4 October 2013

    The coastal city of East London is a fantastic place to enjoy the sun and surf throughout the year, with the option of watching cricket in the summer.

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  • Sanccob Eastern Cape, Cape St Francis

    Sanccob Eastern Cape, Cape St Francis

    30 September 2013

    The African penguin population is in danger because of overfishing, habitat change and much more. But here’s a rescue facility that is making a difference.

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  • Wreck of the Grosvenor

    Wreck of the Grosvenor

    12 September 2013

    The coastline of South Africa has been the setting for well over 3000 shipwrecks, but few so poignant as the story of the Grosvenor.

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