After just two months Tanzania's highly controversial anti-poaching campaign was suspended due to reports of human rights abuses by its lawmakers. Last week Tanzanian President, Jakaya Kikwete, told Parliament that the campaign would be relaunched after a review.
While your planned December holiday in Mozambique may be the one reason you’re still finding a way to power through the last month and a half of the year, the South African government is advising you to think twice before heading off this festive season.
Every now and again you come across something that makes you a little more proud to be a South African. The latest digital campaign from M-Net Movies, to promote a month of superhero movies, is a great example.
Wingsuit pilot Jeb Corliss recently pulled of 'the greatest thing he has ever done' (in his own words) by flying through a 3,5 metre gap in Langshan Mountain in China’s Zhejiang Province.
Maybe I'm not up to scratch on my politics, but I've no choice but to believe that New Zealand is on the cusp of requesting an official name change to Middle Earth. All the signs are there.
The more we rely on technology while we travel, the more we open ourselves up to the potential dangers of technological inaccuracy. This is a prime example of just that.
A 350-million-year-old scorpion was found as fossil fragments near Grahamstown, making it one of the oldest land-living creatures in the world.
If you thought battle re-enactments were only big in the USA, think again. Talana Live, the famous Anglo Boer War battle at Talana Hill, takes place from 18 - 22 October in Dundee, on the KwaZulu-Natal Battlefileds Route.
After a decade of closure, South African local carrier Airlink is set to re-establish direct flights to the Kruger National Park from March 2014.
One of Namibia’s most famous and most popular tourist attractions, Etosha National Park, is set to undergo a major facelift in the coming months, which is hoped to boost tourism not only to the park but also to the country.