Go ahead and indulge a little; we've found seven on the most beautiful hotel pools with a stunning view you'll remember forever. Come on in, the water's fine.
South African celebrity chef David Higgs tells us what to eat and where to experience the best of Johannesburg's exuberant dining scene.
While getting younger with time may sound like a paradox -- or for many of us, even a fantasy -- the African continent is doing just that.
We figured if we spotted one giraffe we'd be lucky.
South Africa is celebrated for having one of the most advanced constitutions in the world. It is often cited for its inclusion of protections on the basis of sexual orientation.
The lions were right next to us. Tom, our scout, sat on an elevated chair out on the front of the jeep, that is, until he spotted cats. Then he would jump inside next to Erich, the ranger.
After cocktails in the park, we drove back in the dark. I took one flash photo of Tom up in front, shining his flashlight from side to side. Where ...
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Economic sanctions have long been used as a foreign policy tool, sometimes perceived as the tool of choice for nations where diplomacy has failed to yield desired results. Yet as widely used as they are, they generally fail to achieve their objectives.
It seems nearly inconceivable today that Israel would become a single state with a Palestinian Arab government. But it was once inconceivable that South Africa would be led by a black government.
Veteran producer Martin Folb, more famously known as MartyParty, has been traversing sonic landscapes on an endless quest to create what he calls "purple music." Hailing from South Africa, but finding a home in Miami, Florida, MartyParty has lived multiple lives, all of them working together in perfect symbiosis.
This week's episode features Johann, a South African man who grew up closeted and lonely until he discovered the gay community in a place he could never have imagined as a child: at a screening of Drag Race, hosted by Seattle performer Ben DeLaCreme.
Tuan Marais' Painted Devils and the Land of Ordinary Men is a beautifully written multidimensional memoir of an unusually extraordinary upbringing by an unconventional mother precisely recalling the young boy's journey through childhood to early adulthood.
Returning to a city you once lived in (and loved living in) is a bit like spending time with an erstwhile lover with whom you parted amicably. There is so much that still connects you, that remains feels familiar; and yet the encounter is fleeting.
Keoikantse Motsepe may be living the life in Los Angeles, but his heart is still in South Africa.