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Not one but two plasma screen TVs

Lungani Zama and his son put the Three Cities Bantry Bay Suites to the test – and were impressed

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Moonshine in Marion

Jim Barnes experiences the glow of a real revelation at a Virginia distillery.

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Cruise holidays’ popularity sinks

For the first time in over a decade, UK holidaymakers aren’t so keen on a cruise.

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Great to stay in J-Bay

Apple@JBay offers the perfect holiday package – ideal for summer or our mild winters.

DRC flight delay frustrates passenger ...

A group of passengers have been stranded at OR Tambo as their flight to the DRC had been delayed since Monday.

Have fun in Durban this Easter

This Easter shows that Durban is the place to be, with activities to keep the young, old, religious and playful entertained.

A night of bliss under the stars

Georgina Crouth leaves the world of load shedding and city aggression for the Earth Lodge at Sabi Sabi.

Travelling with children

Theresa Vargas wonders why there’s no standing ovation for those who come off long-haul flights with their kids in tow – and sanit ...

Something to sing about

Singer Claudia Brücken, who fronted 80s synth-pop groups Propaganda and Act, talks about her travel experiences.

Vanuatu needs tourists to return, soo ...

Tour operators fear that by the time visitors return to Vanuatu, workers will have lost their jobs and livelihoods.

Ahhh Vienna!…

Few travellers venture outside the Ringstrasse boulevard that encircles the city centre to explore the backstreets of Vienna’s Seventh d ...

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The suitcase you can always track down
March 12 2015 at 10:07

The Bluesmart suitcase that locks, unlocks, weighs and tracks itself could bring about the end of many frustrations.

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KZN nudist beach hits a snag
March 11 2015 at 12:20

Plans for KZN’s first nudist beach on the South Coast, which was due to open next month, have hit a snag.

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Flies and secret to ending jet lag
March 11 2015 at 12:49

A bizarre experiment involving fruit flies may hold the key to explaining - and eventually treating - jet lag.

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Dark history on beautiful Lake Bunyonyi
March 11 2015 at 11:45

Like much of Uganda, the beauty of Lake Bunyonyi masks a dark and painful past, writes Michael Turner.

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Time for the Seventh Age of Luggage
March 11 2015 at 11:33

The Seventh Age of Luggage is about staying cool, calm and well-pressed, writes Stephen Bayley.

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Top honours for Cape wine estates
March 11 2015 at 10:44

Several Western Cape vineyards have been lauded at the Wine Tourism Awards.

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Sex workers of the world unite in Milan
March 11 2015 at 09:47

Over 15 000 sex workers are heading to Milan to cash in on the tourist boom expected from the 2015 Expo World Fair.

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Come to Cape Town for carnival
March 10 2015 at 10:18

The fifth edition of the Cape Town Carnival stretches down the Fan Walk. Wendyl Martin got a sneak preview...

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Mauritius has Africa's top airport
March 10 2015 at 10:18

Going through an airport might not be the most exciting bit of a holiday, but it’s unavoidable...

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From farm to waves, in a weekend
March 10 2015 at 09:40

Bianca Coleman spends some idyllic time in the Hermanus area...

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2014 'safest year in airline history'
March 10 2015 at 09:40

2014 was officially the safest in the history of commercial aviation – despite disasters leading to hundreds of deaths.

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Everest, a mountain of waste
March 10 2015 at 09:40

The climbers who try to conquer Mount Everest are threatening the roof of the world - by their toilet habits.

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California’s cozy caliphate of cash
March 9 2015 at 12:07

Kevin Ritchie embarked on a guided bike tour and a guided hike through Hollywood.

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Are postcards a thing of the past?
March 9 2015 at 11:08

Wish you were here. These days people are much less likely to scrawl such a message on a postcard, says Mark Jenkins.

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And suddenly, there it was…
March 9 2015 at 10:31

In the midst of one of the driest climates in the world is an oasis town with lush palm trees, writes Becky Pembeton.

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