A few weeks before this year’s general elections, I interviewed the inspiring Lindiwe Mazibuko, then parliamentary leader for the Democratic Alliance.
Blog posts: Interviews
We caught up with Ferial Haffajee, City Press editor, for some travel thoughts in our August issue.
Travel Channel caught up with the beautiful Amanda Byram and kinda hairy Henry Cole to chat to them about their latest show: RV Rampage.
Becoming a game ranger is ideal for those wanting to pursue a conservation related career, but it does require quite a versatile skill set. Being a ranger does project the facade of being quite a glamorous career. After all, you spend your time socialising, driving rugged outdoor vehicles and tracking wildlife in pristine reserves. Do… Read more »
After successfully summiting Mount Everest in 2008, an all-female team of climbers didn’t think it was enough to conquer the top of the world. They’ve since set about conquering the highest peak on every continent, including summiting Mount Kilimanjaro on 8 March 2013, International Women’s Day.
Sir David Attenborough, the man who gave a voice to wildlife television as we know it, talks about moments in Africa that have left him with almost nothing to say, some he’d do all over again, and those moments in nature that still surprise him.
It started off as an idea, developed into a TV series and now it’s a book! Justin Bonello’s Ultimate Braai Master is a braai education that takes you on an 8000 kilometre culinary journey across South Africa.
South African adventurer who survived attack in the Amazon tells his tale for the first time since returning home.
Jan and Jay Roode are aviators, photographers, travellers, conservationists and Getaway bloggers. Having collectively travelled to over 56 countries the couple are content only when free to wander the skies in their Jabiru 430 or explore life on the ground in their trusty Land Cruiser.
A report on MSNBC this morning showed a video of an 18-month old girl, Tansy Aspinall, playing with gorillas at Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent the UK.