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Nelson Mandela Museum

“We used to sing and dance and fully enjoyed the perfect freedom we seemed to have far away from the old people. After supper we would listen enthralled to my mother and sometimes my...

Chef Farrel Hirsch making waves as the Head Chef at Greenhouse

Lunch at the Greenhouse offers a carefully edited menu. A treat is in store for patrons at the award-winning Greenhouse restaurant – head chef Farrel Hirsch has created a shortened à la carte lunch menu....

Mitsubishi Motors helps you get to your holiday destination – and back – safely

The highlight of the year for almost every South African not being on duty somewhere is the annual year-end holidays - not only the excitement of the new year, but also spending time with...

Tintswalo atlantic introduces www lunch where in the world wednesday lunch

Tintswalo Atlantic has introduced a brand-new lunch experience which is available to non-resident guests on Wednesdays. The Tintswalo Atlantic Where else in the World Wednesday Lunch (WWW Lunch) may be booked in advance and is subject to...

Safari tourism may make elephants more aggressive – but it’s still the best tool...

Going on safari in Africa offers tourists the opportunity to see some of the most spectacular wildlife on Earth – including African elephants (Loxodonta africana). Known for their complex social systems, long memory and high intelligence,...

Kenya’s wildlife populations are declining markedly as livestock numbers grow

Over the past four decades populations of almost all the common wildlife species in Kenya have fallen to one third or less of their previous levels. Concurrently, livestock numbers, most notably sheep and goats,...

A short guide to some of Africa’s best, and cleanest beaches

Africa has some of the best beaches in the world. Tourists will be flocking to them soon as those in the southern hemisphere take summer holidays and those from the north look for ways...

MSC Cruises to launch world’s first fine art experience at sea

Discover Edgar Degas’ original Danse Dessin drawings on board MSC Grandiosa Geneva, Switzerland, 27 August, 2019 -, MSC Grandiosa, the newest ship in the MSC Cruises fleet that is set to launch in November, will...

To save the African elephant, focus must turn to poverty and corruption

African elephants are threatened with extinction. With numbers shrinking by a third in just seven years, there are now fewer than 350,000 left in the wild. And their dwindling numbers are not just the concern of...

How conserving nature’s ‘umbrella’ species could benefit whole habitats

In conservation, charismatic mammals and birds such as the black rhinoceros and the capercaillie get a lot of attention, while others, like invertebrates, are often ignored. One way of addressing this problem is to focus on protecting “umbrella...