rainbow nation

From brain drain to brain gain

From brain drain to brain gain   Why South African expats are returning home   Globally, the migration of people living in other countries, rather than their country...

South Africa: An Ideal Investment Destination

Much has been said about South Africa’s rich cultural diversity and heritage. Much more could be said about her world-class infrastructure and undeniable position...

Culture

South Africa has been famously referred to as the Rainbow Nation due to its multicultural diversity. The fascinating variety of different people, landscapes, culinary and languages offer a melting pot of intrigue and excitement.

Destination Cape Town

Perched between the ocean and the mountain, and with a national park as its heart, Cape Town is wild and wonderful. Among its attractions are climbing, surfing and diving along with vibrant nightlife, excellent wine and endless shopping.

King Kong swings back on to South African stages

The massively successful King Kong musical is back on South African stages. More than half a century ago, it helped to launch the careers...

Africa is ‘full of possibilities’

There was plenty of opportunity on the continent, and particularly in South Africa, according to foreign journalists covering the African Union 25th summit. But countries could not ignore the challenges facing them.

A better way with the help of Clover

clover-mamas---thumbTo celebrate a decade of the Clover Mama Afrika project, Clover visited 40 projects funded by its flagship CSI project over 4 months. Beginning in Gauteng in August and ending in the Free State, the roadshow travelled 10 522 km evaluating projects as it went along.

Journalists turn to data to make sense of the world

It is a brave new media world, and data is increasingly assuming the throne when it comes to interpreting the world and telling its stories to the public. But South African publishers, squeezed by financial pressures, have taken a backseat compared to other African countries. The tried and tested is easier, says Siyabonga Africa.

Bringing home Nat Nakasa, the ‘Native of Nowhere’

Homesick, yet forbidden to return home, Nat Nakasa died alone in New York. He was just 29 years old. Forty-nine years later his remains are returning to be reburied near his hometown, and South Africa remembers his transcendental writing, his successful bid to have black voices heard, and his dark, pathos-laden humour.

Cape Town nabs first World Travel Market Africa

Cape Town has put on its best autumn dress for the World Travel Market Africa, being held in the city for the first time...