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People show positive image of Africa

Young Africans, who are fed up with the unrelenting negative stereotypes of the continent spread by the mainstream media, have started a new campaign on social media.

Durban: A place to visit

There is more to Durban than its year-round perfect weather, big surf and golden beaches – though these are reason enough to visit. Durbs is a melting pot of Zulu, Indian and colonial culture, offering good food, great music, a long history and an active lifestyle.

Cape Town voted ultimate fun city

Cape Town voted ultimate fun city

International travellers have for the umpteenth time picked Cape Town as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, ranking the Mother City 24th out of 1 830 cities from around the globe for being a fun place to visit.
South Africa lauded for promoting responsible tourism

South Africa lauded for promoting responsible tourism

Once again, South Africa has come out tops in the 2014 World Responsible Tourism Awards held in London. Three hospitality establishments and an animal sanctuary have received recognition for being environmental friendly whilst being commercially successful.
Big game and big luxury make Londolozi the best resort in the world

Big game and big luxury make Londolozi the best resort in the world

South Africa’s natural beauty and sophisticated tourism industry was lauded this week with the announcement that the country’s famed Londolozi resort was voted the best in the world in the annual Conde Nast Readers’ Choice Awards.
South Africa has plenty to offer international visitors

South Africa has plenty to offer international visitors

South Africa has an array of attractive tourist destinations and the increasing number of international visitors indicates there is plenty to discover, from hidden tourist treasures in Soweto to the pristine beaches of Hermanus.

Rooibos refreshes the agri-tourism industry

The prized rooibos, indigenous to the south-western reaches of South Africa, has long been used by the Khoi and San as a refreshing drink and a medicinal herb. Today it is enjoyed around the world. Its following has grown so vast that a pair of enterprising sisters in a small rural town has set up the Rooibos Route.

Have a heritage weekend

By foot or by bus, there are several tours on offer taking in the rich history of Johannesburg. For the first time, the Johannesburg Heritage Foundation is going as far east as Bezuidenhout Valley, and as far south as Kliptown, site of the famed Freedom Charter gathering.
South Africa's heritage is world class

Tourist precinct for Cape Agulhas

Tourist precinct for Cape Agulhas

South African National Parks has opened a kilometre-long boardwalk linking the Cape Agulhas lighthouse with the southernmost tip of Africa - the point in the Western Cape where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet.

Following in Burchell’s tracks

A mountain bike ride along the route taken by the 19th century explorer and naturalist, William Burchell, led to some surprising discoveries, such as the hut where the sick adventurer was forced to take shelter while travelling through the wild frontiers beyond the old Cape Colony.
Take a trip to Northern Cape

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