To commemorate Mandela Day, South African Tourism invited a number of its trade partners and supporters to donate their time and cook meals for those less fortunate at OzHarvest in Sydney.
The... Continue Reading
A place at the Table
Cape Town’s star attraction, Table Mountain, is ironically also its most temperamental. While most visitors to Cape Town long to scale the famous peak, many... Continue Reading
There must be something in the water in Durban. And it isn’t the surfers who are riding its clean breaks.
Rather, there’s magic in its townships, specifically Inanda, where... Continue Reading
Sightseeing by motorcycle is like the edgy, rock n roll cousin of coach touring: windows are replaced by goggles, air-con by the rushing wind, a microphoned commentary by a murmour. It... Continue Reading
Translated ‘French Corner’, Franschhoek is a small piece of France just outside of Cape Town, where fine wining and dining meet small boutiques and big scenery.
Surrounded by... Continue Reading
Q: Your visit clearly shows how important the Australian market is to South Africa.
A: Towards the end of 2016 we had a revamp of our strategy and set ourselves a very audacious goal of bringing... Continue Reading