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14 April 2016, 11:31am
Video: Terracotta Army and First Emperor of China in SA
Video: Terracotta Army and First Emperor of China in SA

The country's greatest army was immortalised in 209BC and is now on display at the Gateway Shopping Centre in Durban.

13 April 2016, 08:03am
Pics: Giving old things new shelf life
Pics: Giving old things new shelf life

A rich history surrounds the town of Dundee, writes Deon Delport.

12 April 2016, 4:00pm
Something fishy about #sardinerun tourism
Something fishy about #sardinerun tourism

Marine life expert Mark Addison, who made the sardine run internationally famous, is worried the tourism tide could turn against SA. [VIDEO]

8 April 2016, 4:00pm
Where do SA’s uber-rich holiday?
Where do SA’s uber-rich holiday?

It's official: KwaZulu-Natal is one of the preferred holiday destinations of the country's super rich.

5 April 2016, 08:10am
All you need do is boil the kettle
All you need do is boil the kettle

Adrian Rorvik finds elegance and rustic charm in Nottingham Road.

24 March 2016, 4:42pm
Easter weekend family fun in Durban
Easter weekend family fun in Durban

If you're in Durban and stuck for fun things to do with the kids, IOL has a few suggestions.

24 March 2016, 07:02am
Ah, I do like to be beside the sea
Ah, I do like to be beside the sea

Frank Chemaly heads down the KZN South Coast and finds it still hangs on to its unspoilt, slow-paced charm.

18 March 2016, 07:52am
Retreat to the KZN forest
Retreat to the KZN forest

And don't be tempted to drive an MTB trail, as Adrian Rorvik inadvertently did...

12 March 2016, 09:00am
Lest the fallen be forgotten
Lest the fallen be forgotten

Deon Delport visits the battlefields and burial sites of Rorke's Drift and Isandlwana in northern Zululand.