Laingsburg roosterbrood queen Poppie van As goes global

Laingsburg local Poppie van As sells roosterbrood on the side of the N1, but a chance encounter has seen her "go global". It all started...

Explore the KZN South Coast’s top 20 hiking spots

It’s officially the summer of the staycation as Covid-fatigued South Africans head outdoors for some desperately needed family time this holiday.  

First all-woman South African team prepares to climb Mount Everest

No moment is too high for four South African women, who will soon leave for Nepal to prepare for an epic climb...

SA hotel voted best in Africa

Local is indeed lekker - especially when you have one of the world’s top hotels at your doorstep!   

Teenager crowned SA’s boerewors king

Boerework making can take years to perfect but an 18-year old student from Wellington in the Western Cape has aced it. 

2020 National Arts Festival to go ahead – but as a...

Organisers of the 2020 National Arts Festival have been wracking their brains for a plan on how to approach the huge...

First South African town gets Safe Travels stamp amid Covid-19 pandemic

Stellenbosch has become the first destination in South Africa to be awarded a Safe Travels Stamp by the World Travel and...

What it takes to keep Table Mountain clean

Table Mountain is one of the world's most iconic and beautiful tourist destinations, but the thousands of visitors who descend on it year...

Airlines team up to save African species

Several international airlines have agreed to take a powerful South African documentary - and a crucial conservation message - to...

Flamingoes turn Plett pink during lockdown

South Africans may still be somewhat limited in their movements due to the coronavirus, but nothing is stopping Plettenberg Bay’s feathered...

MSC Cruises plans new R200-million terminal for Durban 

South Africa’s largest cruise liner, MSC Cruises, is planning to build a R200-million cruise terminal in Durban, Business Insider reports. “This multi-user terminal will make Durban an...

Youngsters can now explore Table Mountain virtually

The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company launched its Class in the Clouds programme in 2001, and, in the almost two decades...