Cape Town becomes bike-friendly

Cycle lanes in Cape Town are being painted green to demarcate them. It's part of the city's bicycle master plan, which includes an expanded network of cycle lanes and bike-sharing, and a healthier public and a healthier environment.
Exploring bicycle culture in SA

Rooibos tea is good for you

A study at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology has found that rooibos tea has helped to prevent liver damage in rats that had the liver-damaging chemical tert-butyl hydroperoxide. The tea may even reverse some of the damage done to the organ, it was found.
Rooibos takes the fight to diabetes

Get bike wise

The daily commute's congestion, greenhouse gas emissions and frustration can be avoided - all it takes is getting out your car and into the saddle. Cycle Wits is leading the pack in getting cycling to become the public transport of choice.
Exploring bicycle culture in South Africa

South African sailor tackles Arctic seas

South African yachtsman Ralf Dominick has added his name to a prestigious list of only 150 people who have sailed through the Northwest Passage, one of the world’s most severe maritime challenges.
Back to SA after Asian adventure

Nougat becomes race food

Nougat, that delicious nutty confectionery, it turns out, is a perfect sports nutrition food. Now Wedgewood Nougat has launched Race Food, specially packaged for endurance athletes.
 World-class food factory in SA 

Tennis ace makes Aussie debut

South African wheelchair tennis star Kgothatso Montjane made history when in 2013 she became the first African player to compete in the invitation-only women’s draw of the Australian Open wheelchair championships.
Prince meets SA’s tennis aces

Journos get the Afcon experience

Brand South Africa hosted journalists visiting South Africa for the 2013 Orange Africa Cup of Nations. The tour kicked off in Durban two days before the tournament got under way, and moved to Johannesburg and the venue for the opening ceremony.
Football Fridays is back!

Football Fridays is back!

With the Afcon 2013 kick-off just hours away, South Africans are urged to show their support for Bafana Bafana by wearing their yellow football jerseys during the tournament.
Bafana ready to boot out rivals

Bafana ready to boot out rivals

National football team Bafana Bafana received a personal visit and message of encouragement from President Jacob Zuma, and expressed their confidence ahead of the Orange Africa Cup of Nations, which starts at the weekend.
Beautiful game open to women

Afcon spectacle just days away

The Orange Africa Cup of Nations is only days away, and the South African national team Bafana Bafana as well as the Ministry of Sport are urging fans to don their yellow jerseys and get behind the team and the event.
Afcon ceremony honours hero

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