• The Franschhoek Wine Route

    The Franschhoek Wine Route

    23 August 2012

    Once a valley refuge for Protestant Huguenot farmers, the Franschhoek Wine Route is the bolt-hole of millionaires-turned-winemakers, and a place of pilgrimage for culinary bon vivants.

  • Hobie Beach, Port Elizabeth

    Hobie Beach, Port Elizabeth

    16 August 2012

    Hobie Beach in Port Elizabeth attracts water sports fanatics and families with its clean, white sands, playful surf and variety of entertainment.

  • Cape Town International Convention Centre

    Cape Town International Convention Centre

    11 August 2012

    The Cape Town International Convention Centre offers 11 399 m² of exhibition space, seating capacity for 1 500 delegates in one of two auditoriums, and banqueting for 1 300 guests.

  • Green Mountain Eco Route

    Green Mountain Eco Route

    18 July 2012

    A treasure for botanists, wine enthusiasts and nature lovers, the Green Mountain Eco Route strives to protect biodiversity by promoting harmony between humans and nature.

  • Montecasino Teatro

    Montecasino Teatro

    17 July 2012

    As the largest theatre in South Africa, with over 1 800 seats, the Montecasino Teatro welcomes the latest and best international productions to Johannesburg.

  • Melville, Johannesburg

    Melville, Johannesburg

    28 April 2012

    Melville isn’t quite the trendy hub of bohemian life it once was, but this Johannesburg suburb is still a great place to spend some time.

  • South African music culture

    South African music culture

    25 April 2012

    South Africa’s rich musical heritage includes both popular and folk forms and is represented in diverse genres like jazz, blues, gospel, rock, pop, reggae, hip hop, kwaito and more.

  • Newtown Cultural Precinct, Johannesburg

    Newtown Cultural Precinct, Johannesburg

    25 April 2012

    The Newtown Cultural Precinct, part of Johannesburg’s inner-city regeneration campaign, has become the cultural, entertainment and retail hub of downtown Johannesburg.