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wine food tourism conference

Wine and food tourism experts talk growth

Trends in tourism – visitors seeking experiences – and ways to market South Africa's excellent wine and food tourism industries were unpacked at the...

South African female authors share their journeys

18 August 2016 Trapped. A strong woman's triumph over abuse is Capetonian Sam Scarborough's diary, now published as a book. Her story – a confident and financially...

Watch: Springboks road trip brings out South Africans’ big hearts

The Springboks rugby squad rediscovered the warmth of South Africans as the team were left to make their own way from Cape Town to...

Shoes keep schooling on track

walk---thumbWalk a Child to School is helping to improve the lives of disadvantaged children through the simple act of donating school shoes. You are urged to help the cause.

Festival of poetry and art, wine farms and music

International and local poets will gather at Spier Wine Estate in the lush Stellenbosch valley outside Cape Town for discussions, translations, readings and master classes. The Dancing in Other Words / Die Dansende Digtersfees International Poetry Festival promises to inspire.

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Stellenbosch wine tourism campaign goes global

South Africa's Stellenbosch Wine Routes will be making its debut at the 2014 International Tourism Bourse Berlin this week as part of the global launch of its wine tourism marketing campaign, the "Stellenbosch Experience".

Pinotage – a love it or hate it wine

It may not please every palate, but South African-pedigreed Pinotage is building a loyal following, from the first wine sold in 1961 to the world’s best red wine three decades later.
Lifetime award for wine leader

Stellenbosch on a bicycle

Outdoor enthusiasts who may also enjoy a bit of history, fine wine and decadent chocolates now have a new tourism offering – guided bicycle tours through the scenic town of Stellenbosch and the surrounding Western Cape winelands.
SA wine consumers on the rise

South African varsity leads way in geosciences

Stellenbosch University is the first such institution in Africa to invest in state-of-the-art technology to determine the age of rocks, symbolising a major advancement for geosciences in the country.
Ground-breaking find by South African researcher

Wine route celebrates 40 years

The original Stellenbosch Wine Route, arguably one of the Western Cape province's most popular tourist attractions, celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.
SA wine farms invest in biodiversity


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