• ​Take a tour of Soweto

    ​Take a tour of Soweto

    15 August 2013

    Soweto is South Africa's best-known township. There are many different ways to visit this sprawling area, which started out as an encampment for black mineworkers and is now large enough to be called a city in its own right.

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  • Light from Africa

    Light from Africa

    9 July 2013

    The Light from Africa Foundation in Cape Town gives orphaned and vulnerable children an opportunity to express their creativity by working with clay. 

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  • The Dancing Fish gallery, Limpopo

    The Dancing Fish gallery, Limpopo

    24 June 2013

    Located at the Madi a Thavha Mountain Lodge in the Soutpansberg, the Dancing Fish gallery reflects an in-depth appreciation of Venda, Tsonga and Northern Sotho culture, art and crafts, informed by meticulous research.

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  • Art Versatile, East London

    Art Versatile, East London

    15 June 2013

    This young Xhosa artist has a game plan, good art education grounding, a style of his own and ambitions to sell his work around the world.

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  • The Old Prison, Pietermaritzburg

    The Old Prison, Pietermaritzburg

    10 June 2013

    The Old Prison in Pietermaritzburg, Kwa-Zulu Natal, has been transformed from an infamous jail to a place of hope and education for the local community.

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  • Dinokeng’s Responsible Tourism, Gauteng

    Dinokeng’s Responsible Tourism, Gauteng

    9 June 2013

    Dinokeng destinations and tours are being certified by Fair Trade in Tourism. This popular destination near Pretoria now has an added attraction for travellers.

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  • De Zeekoe Fair Trade Farmstay, Oudtshoorn

    De Zeekoe Fair Trade Farmstay, Oudtshoorn

    25 May 2013

    A farmstay near Oudtshoorn offers meerkats, good birdlife, buck and the 'Shy 5'. Stay in self-catering wooden cabins or in more luxurious rooms.

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  • Gone Rural Safari Curios

    Gone Rural Safari Curios

    25 May 2013

    Gone Rural Safari Curios and owner Oscar Ncgobo are proof that bead projects can be used to uplift women in particular and rural communities in general.

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