43% more people visited Robben Island in Cape Town compared to the previous year.
Business has been booming for a township tour company which recently expanded to include car rentals.
The first outside ice rink in South Africa can serve as a way to cool off – but only for kids.
There's no reason why tourists can't enjoy a wonderful time all year round, says Enver Duminy, CEO of Cape Town Tourism.
Renee Barnard explains how she went from managing a clothing store to bookings of Great White shark expeditions.
Cape Town's One&Only offers a variety of special events to be remembered this holiday.
The Kogelberg coastline's natural beauty is attracting tourists who spend up to R235-million a year in the area.
Tented camps and stages take over on a farm in Franschhoek as Tune Out signs up top DJ line-up.
The easiest way for people to lesson their carbon footprint is to stay home. Or, you could stay at Hotel Verde.
Cape Town's V&A Waterfront has extended shopping hours, gift wrapping stations, choirs and, of course, Santa Claus.
From green spaces to skate arenas, recreation opportunities abound, writes Yazeed Kamaldien.
Intrepid duo take on 'scary' Table Mountain abseil and come away exhilarated.
Ndlovu is super-chilled and happiest when helping people and tucking into gnarly pizzas.
Owned by Sabi and Elana Sabharwal of Bukhara and Haiku fame, Camps Bay's Del Mar serves what they call 'modern Mexican'.
Bianca Coleman found a new way to enjoy the mountain and its views of Cape Town which will make you feel like a VIP.