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Cycling Soweto’s history

Taking in Soweto’s Struggle history is a breeze if you do it on a bike, as Helen Grange discovered.

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Gourmet heaven at Creation Wines

Maverick chef Warwick Taylor enchants the senses with a gorgeous brunch pairing. Dare you miss out?

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Transported to another world

The Nan Hua Temple in Bronkhorstspruit is the largest Buddhist temple in Africa

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Bethulie: a golden oldie

This southern Free State town is one of those sleepy ones time has passed by. Myrtle Ryan went to have a look...

Discover Durban

Get a deeper understanding of th city’s rich cultural heritage by exploring its many museums, advises Alyssia Birjalal.

Take the other route to Everest

London – The route used by mountaineers to scale Everest is to be altered next month amid fears of an increased avalanche risk.

The good life, way down under

Once most feared in the British Empire, Tasmania is now an alluring destination for foodies and art afficionados.

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‘Where birds and humans come to relax’
February 16 2015 at 15:29

You’re likely to hear, more than see, the feathered varieties at Amanzimtoti Bird Sanctuary, writes Arthi Sanpath.

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Don’t be stumped Down Under
February 16 2015 at 12:51

Travel reader Gary Pickering takes us on a tour of Melbourne in Australia as the Cricket World Cup gets underway.

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Pastes and poultices – all part of paradise
February 16 2015 at 12:34

Sri Lanka may be far to go to experience the bliss of an Ayurvedic spa,

but you won’t regret the effort, writes Sue Derwent

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Have a stomping good time with wine
February 13 2015 at 17:55

It’s harvest season and wine farms have opened their gates and hearts to quaffers

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Best to journey in the moment
February 13 2015 at 15:32

Having won Strictly Come Dancing last year, audiences can't get enough of blue-eyed Jonathan Boynton-Lee.

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High-flying shops put airports on map
February 13 2015 at 15:44

Seven out of 10 passengers buy goods at Heathrow; more than use the loos

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Visits, hugs, leaves
February 13 2015 at 16:52

Sophie Borland goes inside the Chinese panda breeding centres where volunteers cuddle and hand-feed their charges.

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A sleepy city with beauty and brains
February 13 2015 at 17:16

Visitors to laidback Hobart are welcomed like old friends, says Susan Griffith.

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In the Umdoni’s shade
February 13 2015 at 17:02

iSimangaliso Wetland Park, SA’s first World Hertiage Site, offers a wealth of unique experiences, as Sue Derwent discovered.

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In Quebec – on a walker
February 13 2015 at 15:53

With some planning and lots of patience, travelling with a disability is very doable, finds Alexandra Pecci. (gallery)

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Biblical city is modern home to all
February 13 2015 at 15:12

The remains of an ancient bathhouse prove that Nazareth was bustling even back in Jesus’ day...

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‘Classic travel accessory’ has £37 500 price tag
February 13 2015 at 15:32

World’s most expensive suitcase is almost as costly as a Porsche.

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Fuel up on fine fare
February 13 2015 at 11:47

Forget the festivals, the music and the fanfare - if you're heading to New Orleans, go for the food. Read Story
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Craving the Kouga
February 13 2015 at 11:57

One of the best ways to explore the Tsitsikamma forest is by Segway, writes Duane Stacey.

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‘Don’t execute our drug smugglers’
February 13 2015 at 11:58

Indonesia – Australian tourists could boycott Indonesia if Jakarta executes two drug smugglers on death row, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop warned Friday, refusing to rule out withdrawing diplomats.

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