Wine Farm

LET US RAISE A GLASS TO A SOUTH AFRICAN WINE FARM

According to the South African Wine Industry Information Systems (SAWIS), South Africa’s wine industry is a key economic driver of the country’s...

Music van de Caab keeps Khoi and San music alive

The Solms-Delta wine estate in the Franschhoek Valley, Cape Winelands, is reviving San and Khoi music through the Music van de Caab project and an exhibition showcasing musical instruments.

The Pebbles Project enriching the lives of children

The Pebbles Project works with alcohol-affected communities in the Western Cape to help residents and children battle the scourge of alcohol addiction, and the province's high rates of Foetal Alcohol Syndrome.

The Pebbles Project enriching the lives of children

The Pebbles Project works with alcohol-affected communities in the Western Cape to help residents and children battle the scourge of alcohol addiction, and the province's high rates of Foetal Alcohol Syndrome.

Solms-Delta lives a transformation ethos

South Africa's famous wine farms were founded and built on slavery, and are still suffering the effects of this terrible legacy. But Solms-Delta, a farm in the beautiful Franschhoek valley, has put in place various mechanisms to build a truly equal industry, while paying respect to the past.

Joburg: Africa’s second most visited city

Johannesburg will be Africa's second most visited city this year, as well as the city in which tourists will spend the most money, according to the latest Mastercard Global Destination Cities Index.

Stellenbosch on a bicycle

Outdoor enthusiasts who may also enjoy a bit of history, fine wine and decadent chocolates now have a new tourism offering – guided bicycle tours through the scenic town of Stellenbosch and the surrounding Western Cape winelands.
SA wine consumers on the rise

South African wine consumers on the rise

Traditional stereotypes about wine in South Africa are fading as a new generation of black wine connoisseurs and producers enters the wine scene.
Transforming SA's wine industry

Festival to showcase Franschhoek

The Western Cape town of Franschhoek will host the fifth “The Magic of Bubbles” Cap Classique and Champagne Festival this summer.
SA, France toast to wine exchange

South Africa maps its freshwater priority areas

Protection of South Africa's renowned freshwater biodiversity has received a boost with the release of groundbreaking scientific data and supporting geo-informatics maps which identify priority areas for conservation.
New solutions for water conservation