AfrikaBurn: a festival of radical self-expression

For one week each year, the savannah of the Karoo is turned into Tankwa Town, a vibrant yet temporary hub of creativity when thousands...
Rapid Lion Film Festival

African filmmakers discuss the state of African cinema

Five of Africa's top independent filmmakers participated in a discussion panel at the 2017 Rapid Lion South African International Film Festival, sharing their thoughts...

Gallery: The untamed Northern Cape

It’s the largest and hottest province in South Africa, taking up a full third of the country’s land area. But the Northern Cape is...

Aquariums in Cape Town and Durban: a blue delight for all

Marine Month is the perfect time for a visit to the aquarium, where sea creatures and humans meet. The two biggest in South Africa...

Here’s where South Africans can travel without a visa

South Africa has the most powerful passport on the African continent, with its citizens able to enter a full 90 countries across the world...

Gallery: The magic of Mpumalanga

Lying in the east of South Africa, Mpumalanga is known for its stunning natural beauty, great mountain peaks and deep valleys, and game reserves...
Safety in South Africa

Safety tips for travellers in South Africa

Crime in South Africa, like many other places in today's world, can be a problem, but all you really need to do is take the usual sensible precautions and follow some basic safety rules.

Photo library: People 15

By accessing this photo library, you agree to the Media Club South Africa photo library terms and conditions of use. Click on a thumbnail for...

SA Fashion Week Summer Spring 2012 Thrills!

South African designers took centre stage at the South African Fashion Week Spring Summer 2012 event which recently took place at the Rosebank Crowne Plaza in Johannesburg. The event was attended by international fashionistas including Ursula Stephens who is well know for her Motions Hair line and work with international stars such as Rihanna. In this video SA fashion Week's Dion Chang, Miss SA Melinda Bam and South African style icon Somizi Mhlongo share their thoughts on how fashion week affects our economy.


When Africa sings, we listen. When she dances, we watch in awe. And, when she plays her favourite game, the fields light up with her dazzling colours - Feel the beat at Africa's feet!

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