Sophie Thompson spent six days in Washington DC and trawled the monuments, shops and parks.
We've got the lowdown on all that's happening this weekend in Durban.
An air hostess says she was made to feel like a 'prostitute' by British Airways as they forced her to wear high heels and make-up.
South African Paul Roos and his wife were waiting to fly home from Istanbul when all hell broke loose at the airport.
Thirty-one people were killed and almost 150 others were wounded when three suicide bombers attacked Turkey’s biggest airport.
A Havana hotel has become the first in Cuba to operate under a US brand since the 1959 revolution.
Sometimes the most challenging travel destination is your own home town, writes Peter Mandel.
The European tourism sector may be among the first to weather the storm after the Brexit vote.
Like a magnet, hundreds of sardines leap out of the water towards the bright light waved by one fisherman.
Zip-lining platforms at Piekenierskloof Mountain Resort re-opens after veld fire.
Johann Strydom will be tasked with leading the new phase of growth in South Africa for MSC Cruises.
Kevin Ritchie is captivated by a Rwanda of beautiful sights, clean streets and bracing beers.
FlySafair advises passengers to check-in early and use online check-in facilities.
Andrea Sachs's post-trip revelation: Scale back the reading material by 75 percent.
A masterpiece of architecture, the Hagia Sophia was first built as a church in the sixth century in the Christian Byzantine Empire.