We need to visit the places we want to protect; if we don’t there’s no incentive for those who own them to protect them for us.
Blog posts: Travel news
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As head curator of the World Design Capital 2014, Paul Duncan has got an eye for quality. Vuyi Qubeka interviewed him for our September issue (on shelves now), but we kept his best secret hideaway for our web readers.
Impressions gained through township tourism might contribute to a foundation for more real and significant empathy and respect between South Africans.
Tyson Jopson questions the integrity of holiday accommodation brochures and compiles a handy ‘brochure lingo’ code-breaker.
A few weeks before this year’s general elections, I interviewed the inspiring Lindiwe Mazibuko, then parliamentary leader for the Democratic Alliance.
We caught up with Ferial Haffajee, City Press editor, for some travel thoughts in our August issue.
Getaway’s managing editor, Emma Odendaal, finds that there are as many experiences of travel as there are travellers – and that’s okay.
Getaway magazine managing editor, Emma Odendaal, reckons its time to put the cellphone away and relish the moment.
When it comes to air travel, is a free upgrade pure chance or is there something more to ‘getting lucky’?
A ruling from the East African Court of Justice on Friday, June 20 has shut down the proposed 53 km super highway intended for construction across the Serengeti National Park.