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. 

Cute Cape Town video a hit at International Tourism Film Festival...

A fun song titled 'Cape Town Winter Song’ has gladdened South African hearts and claimed two awards at the International Tourism...

SA burger joint named one of world’s best

A Jozi hamburger hangout established by popular South African actor and TV presenter Maps Maponyane has made the cut as one...

John de Canha passing on his tourism and hospitality wisdom, to...

John de Cahna has been in the hospitality and tourism industry for more than 50 years, and is now starting a new adventure, that...

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...

Plan your 2019 bucket list with Forestry South Africa’s new online...

Forestry South Africa (FSA) has launched the Forestry Explained recreational map, ideal for when the travel bug bites, when you need family-friendly accommodation or a...

Is this Port Elizabeth’s best-kept secret?

PE city dwellers will find this hard to believe, but there is a gem of a getaway destination right on your doorstep – a...

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...

SA tourist landmark Table Mountain welcomes 29 millionth visitor

These holidays major SA tourist attraction Table Mountain welcomed its 29 millionth visitor! As part of the...

Brave South African Teens to fly from Cape to Cairo in...

Twenty brave South African teenagers will fly from Cape to Cairo (and back) in a self-assembled aircraft that uses ordinary motor fuel and was...

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...

Local documentary receives global recognition

An online documentary about the struggles of the Kalk Bay fishing community in Cape Town is receiving global recognition.