Table Mountain needs your vote

There is less than a week left to cast your vote for Table Mountain to be named as one of the New7Wonders of Nature.
Cape Town gets new nature reserves

2010 Fifa World Cup: Mbombela Stadium 1

  Location: Nelspruit, Mpumalanga province Capacity: 43 589 seats Matches: Honduras vs Chile (16 June), Italy vs New Zealand (20 June), Australia vs Serbia (23 June), North...

TV foodie Guy Fieri opens restaurant in South Africa

American chef and celebrity television food personality Guy Fieri is bringing his take on guilty culinary pleasures to South Africa, with the April opening...

Riding South Africa’s Freedom Trail

South Africa is a beautiful country, boasting a gorgeous coastline, stunning mountains, and mesmerising bushveld. It begs to be explored, and doing that on mountain bikes is a wonderful way to go about it. The longest trail in the country is the Freedom Trail.

Mpumalanga playing its part for South Africa’s reputation

Brand South Africa today took the national agenda to build and profile South Africa’s competitive strengths to Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, during a one-day workshop.

Taj hotel for Cape Town city centre

The five-star, 155-room Taj Cape Town, being built at a cost of R500-million, is set to open in December. Situated in the cultural and historical heart of the city, the hotel will add to the rejuvenation of Cape Town's inner city.

Cape Town’s transport system lauded

Cape Town was one of four cities short-listed for the prestigious 2012 Sustainable Transport Awards held in Washington recently, with its non-motorised transport and bus rapid transit network receiving an honourable mention.
SA's first green transport service

Gallery: Urban splendour in Sandton

A walk along the streets of Sandton’s upmarket corporate district reveals a range of high-rise banks, hotels, firms and living apartments, each boasting the very best in contemporary design. This is one of Johannesburg’s major investment destinations.

Gallery: Cape Town’s busy harbours

Cape Town’s harbours are hives of activity, with ships arriving and heading out to sea around the clock. Freighters from overseas drop anchor soon after they get here, while passenger liners often cruise the coastline and visit tourist hotspots like Robben Island.
Gallery: South Africa's birdlife

Race the penguins on Robben Island

Take a boat to the venue, dodge penguins crossing the road, and hope that the southwester doesn't blow you off your feet: the Tri-Rock Robben Island, set for its second instalment in mid-October, is a triathlon race like no other.