Bushfire Festival in Swaziland: African tunes, a gorgeous setting, and Swazi hospitality are just a few reasons why I can't wait to attend.
Another year of planning and creativity came together in the Karoo desert for AfrikaBurn, the most spectacular, inspiring, mind-blowing festival you could ever go to.
My favourite town only really exists for one week every year. Here's why I'm already looking forward to Afrikaburn 2014 in Tankwa Town.
If this is going to be your first visit to Afrikaburn, people have probably already told you that there’s no way you can fully “get” it without being there. That’s true. But so that you don’t blunder off into the unknown without the necessities, here are some tips.
I set off on a sipping adventure to the annual Clarens Craft Beer Festival, to taste all that the popular weekend sanctuary has to offer.
Here are five reasons why Splashy Fen is unlike any festival I’d ever been to before. And another two reasons why Natal’s Underberg will be seeing me again next year.
For the sixth time, the Green Point Cricket Club will explode with flavours and smells as top South African chefs gather to show off what they do best at the Taste of Cape Town.
Whether you're planning to visit the Constantia Food and Wine Festival, the SA Cheese Festival, the Prince Albert Olive Festival, the Riebeek Valley Olive Festival, the Nuy Valley Feast or the Good Food and Wine Show this April and May, here's my pick of accommodation spots.
One of Zambia's best-kept secrets, the annual Kuomboka Festival usually takes place at the end of March or the first two weeks of April. The date changes each year and is kept secret by the Barotse Royal establishment until closer to the day.