There's a reason why Duma Manzi means 'thundering water' in isiZulu, writes Gemma Blair.
Nigeria has appealed to Emirates and other airlines not to scale down operations in the West African country.
Aishwarya Kumar spends time in the Indian neighbourhood in Joburg and tells us how close to India it actually is.
Oxford-born Simon Fenton is banking on a tourist revival in Senegal's Casamance region.
At Blyde Canyon guests can relax and enjoy the majestic views of the Blyde River Canyon, the third largest canyon on Earth.
The Free State Flower Festival sees the vibrant town of Parys come into blossom, attracting tourists and locals alike.
Lonely Planet has chosen Cape Town as one of the top 10 cities in the world for travellers in 2017.
On Namibia's Skeleton Coast, take a DIY safari and ski on sand. By Manuel Meyer
The southern part is often considered to be the Cinderella when it comes to tourism, but Myrtle Ryan feels it has a glass slipper or two of its own.
This is the intense moment caught on film of a bold lion sneaking up on an unsuspecting leopard having a nap.
Set on an avocado and banana farm, Plumbago sits above a plantation looking out to the Kruger National Park.
Minors under 18 are now required to produce unabridged birth certificates at all ports of entry and exit.
Learning to dive is both scary and exciting. Adrian Rorvik takes the plunge in Mozambique.
Noni Mokati comes face to face with African spirituality in the Eastern Free State mountains.
Reunion is fast becoming attractive for SA travellers because of its close proximity and no visas required.