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Tourism

A leading leisure and business tourism destination, South Africa is known for its beautiful scenery, value-for-money experiences ranging from beaches to wildlife and safaris, and favourable year-round weather.

Introducing South Africa’s New Green Queen

  As spring begins to blossom and the sun begins to shine, Miss Earth South Africa, Nompumelelo Maduna, prepares...

Celebrating Tourism Month in Qatar

South Africa is one of the world’s top tourism destinations owing to its diverse offering, world class infrastructure and positive global reputation. The country’s...

Twenty years of diplomatic relations between China and South Africa a major contributor to...

Twenty years of diplomatic relations between China and South Africa a major contributor to local economic and social transformation. South Africa-China Economic and Trade Association...

Play Your Part episode 11: Get involved

You can get involved with Dex Kotze, Carol Bouwer and Tony Gum, the guests on Play Your Part episode 11, here: Brand South Africa reporter Dex...

Play Your Part episode 11: Get involved

You can get involved with Dex Kotze, Carol Bouwer and Tony Gum, the guests on Play Your Part episode 11, here: Brand South Africa reporter Dex...

Play Your Part episode 11: synopsis

Get a sneak peek of episode 11 of Play Your Part, here: Brand South Africa reporter Carol Bouwer, a social entrepreneur and television presenter, is one...

Put Foot is putting African children on the road to success with new shoes

A South African charity is taking on the challenge of making sure underprivileged children across the continent have at least one good pair of...

Domestic flights in South Africa

South Africa has a number of airlines flying between its major cities, and some of its smaller ones, with fares ranging from first-class to cut-price economy. Flights can be booked online from anywhere in the world.

From Big Five to Little Five

Visitors to South Africa are always keen to see the country's celebrated Big Five - neglecting a wealth of smaller wildlife. To remedy this, some clever people came up with another must-see list, the Little Five: elephant shrew, ant lion, rhinoceros beetle, buffalo weaver and leopard tortoise!