Thami Manyathi, head of eThekwini Transport Authority, gives us his insights into the gorgeous city of Durban – and when it comes to secret hideaways, he’s got a great recommendation for a quiet break.
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Unless you’ve been living in Gollum’s Cave for the last week, you’ll most likely have seen Air New Zealand’s latest in-flight video. Frankly, I think they’ve gone too far this time.
Two daredevils have successfully crossed the face of Victoria Falls, on a slackline.
You know you’re built for life in the bush when the hessian hut you live in burns to the ground and you whip up a quick reed-based replacement on the banks of a river. Bruce and Judy Meeser have been doing this for 30 years…
Art book publisher David Krut is a fan of galleries, Thai food and the city of gold. We spoke to him about his favourite Joburg hotel in the November issue – here’s his recommendation for his favourite secret hideaway!
Thousands of tourists are flocking to cities such as Denver, creating new demand for a budding marijuana tourism industry. ‘What’s the world coming to?’ you may ask. They’re coming to get high, and they’re willing to pay to do it.
There are many parts about my job that I love. I get to be captivated by South African greats who, at times, happen to be my heroes. I recently sat down with umam’Gcina Mhlophe for an enthralling journey down memory lane.
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.
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.