Roger Houghton travels from Pretoria to Cape Town and discovers the road via Kimberley still remains the best-kept secret.
A visit to Cape Town turned out to be a celebration for a Joburg man when he became the 25 millionth visitor to the Table Mountain Cableway.
You don't have to go to the beach to cool down as there are plenty of options, writes Jan Cronje.
Twice a month until the end of March, Stellenbosch is transformed into a jostling hub of wine, music and food.
Next Saturday's Franschhoek Summer Wines Festival takes place at Leopard's Leap Family Vineyards.
Engage with our visitors and help them to discover Cape Town’s hidden wonders, says Enver Duminy.
Sabu Siyaka is the director of Ubizo Events & Tours, a tourism business in Langa that was built from scratch.
There is plenty of music, fun, food and floats at Breede River’s fabulous four-day frestival, writes Bianca Coleman.
Spoil your loved one with a variety of romantic activities at the One&Only in Cape Town this Valentine's Day.
In many ways Cape Town’s Classic Car and Motorcycle Show at Timour Hall Villa is a social history platform.
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, which displays authentic artifacts from the famous shipwreck, runs until March 6 at the ...
‘Ozzie’ Osman gets to combine his passion with his career and even gets to play golf on the job.
The weak rand is sending both nternational and domestic visitors to the Western Cape, industry experts say.
Treat yourself to a forest yoga retreat with respected forest yoga guardian Jambo Truong.
With tons of things to do it’s way more than just a wine farm, writes Bianca Coleman.