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Johannesburg’s hip transformation

Head to the Maboneng Precinct to find one of South Africa’s hippest urban enclaves and an incredible example of urban regeneration.
Read more… 18 June 2013

Mini Guide

Mini guide to eating in Cape Town

Home to golden beaches and lush vineyards, the South African city is a pro at capturing people’s hearts. It is also a top city to dine in, from seaside seating to mountain views.
Read more… 20 February 2013

Pouring pints in South Africa’s Cape Winelands

The trend for hand-crafted beers has hit South African shores, and breweries are piggybacking onto the foodie culture that seems to follow grapes wherever they grow.
Read more… 06 February 2013

The Passport blog

A Cape Town haven for whisky lovers

In a country known for its wine, Bascule Bar is home to 400 different blends and malts.
Read more… 20 August 2012

A Woodstock revival in Cape Town

A formerly down-and-out area, mostly known for crumbling Victorian cottages and dilapidated industrial buildings, is now home to the city’s hippest art scene.
Read more… 09 August 2012

In Cape Town, really old New World wine

With just 11 vineyards, the Constantia Valley is the smallest of South Africa’s lush wine lands, but it is also the oldest winemaking region in the world outside of Europe.
Read more… 06 August 2012

World’s best fast-food chains

Fast-food chains around the globe are forgoing frozen burgers in favour of inexpensive local specialties, like ramen and dim sum.
06 June 2012

Making wine, from the grape to the glass

The age-old tradition of viticulture has been in existence for thousands of years all around the world.
14 May 2012

Perfect Trip

The perfect trip: South Africa

Take to the road in one of South Africa’s most diverse regions and discover fabulous food, fine wines, wild wide-open spaces and big game.
Read more… 12 January 2011

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