Don’t miss out on all the festive cheer at the Sweetdale Night Market at Serenity Hills

The monthly Sweetdale Night Market hosted at The Packshed restaurant in Margate on the last Friday of every month has become a firm calendar favourite owing to its stunning forest setting, family-friendly environment and wide range of high-quality offerings. This December, KwaZulu-Natal Mid-South Coast residents and holidaymakers are in for a treat, as there Continue Reading

Quads and cocktails: The beginner’s guide to exploring Jozi and Cape Town as a local

Winter may be here, but that doesn’t mean we have to halt any travel plans. On the contrary, winter serves as one of the best seasons for locals to become more acquainted with their country. From gin experiences in the V&A Waterfront to quad biking through Soweto, read on to Continue Reading

Telewire pendants calls out to local design culture

Thabisa Mjo has done it again with an incredible new collaborative project that focuses on telephone wire weaving. The acclaimed local designer’s latest collection is called Alfred’s Lights, and is a line of striking telephone wire pendants. Mjo worked closely with Elizabeth Joubert of interior design studio, Tin Lab, together Continue Reading

Looking to discover the finest of local this holiday season? Indulge in the delights of the Constantia Valley

Now that inter-provincial leisure travel is permitted, but international flights are not yet on the cards, and what with conventional school terms all awry, South Africans are revising their holiday plans. This new move to enjoy the finest of local, right here, right now, comes with the added patriotic thrust Continue Reading


Tintswalo Lodges has introduced a self-catering option for families and friends to stimulate local travel and accommodate South African residents within the current lockdown restrictions. Exclusive-use, self-catering options are available at three of the Tintswalo properties, offering a choice between a safari or coastal breakaway for a group of up Continue Reading

A future template for resilience? How we can repurpose tourism and support local communities

Our vulnerability has been laid bare. At whatever level you choose, from the acutely personal through every widening sphere of connection, our reliance on one another, and on vast, interwoven networks is being challenged. Across the world millions of tragedies are playing out, all linked into one root cause. Tourism Continue Reading