• Turbine Hall, Johannesburg

    Turbine Hall, Johannesburg

    4 December 2013

    The refurbishment of Turbine Hall in Jo'burg’s inner city was as much about preserving its history as it was about giving the building – and buildings like it in the inner city – a future.

  • AmaZink township theatre, Kayamandi, Stellenbosch

    AmaZink township theatre, Kayamandi, Stellenbosch

    8 November 2013

    In the summer (October to March) months, visitors to Stellenbosch can enjoy AmaZink, a township theatre experience featuring song, dance and township fare.

  • Explore the Diamond Route

    Explore the Diamond Route

    7 November 2013

    From the red sands of the Kalahari to the baobab-covered hills of the north-eastern corner of Limpopo, the Diamond Route comprises a group properties set aside by diamond mining companies for conservation and tourism in South Africa.

  • Mandela Capture Site, KwaZulu-Natal

    Mandela Capture Site, KwaZulu-Natal

    31 October 2013

    Visit the Mandela Capture Site in KwaZulu-Natal to view a remarkable sculpture that marks the place former president Nelson Mandela was taken into custody on 5 August 1962.

  • Langalibalele Pass, KwaZulu-Natal

    Langalibalele Pass, KwaZulu-Natal

    19 October 2013

    Hikers in the Drakensberg can enjoy the challenges and natural attractions of the Giant’s Castle trails, where nearly 150 years ago a dramatic colonial skirmish took place.

  • Kimberley's vintage trams

    Kimberley's vintage trams

    19 October 2013

    The vintage tram in Kimberley dates back to the early days of this diamond-rush town, following the discovery of diamonds in the 1860s.

  • Bethulie, Free State

    Bethulie, Free State

    19 October 2013

    Bethulie is an historic old southern Free State town near the country’s largest stored body of water, the Gariep Dam, which feeds the Orange River.

  • Kimberley, Northern Cape

    Kimberley, Northern Cape

    12 October 2013

    Meander through Kimberley where diamond magnates once walked and where the Big Hole stands as a reminder of what made them rich.