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September’s sunny skies and magnificent scenery don’t only mean springtime in South Africa – they also herald the start of a 30-day drive to boost domestic tourism in the country
The first-ever Soweto Food Festival is set to celebrate Africa’s food heritage by showcasing both traditional township food and food from elsewhere on the continent, and will also introduce international cooking to the people of Soweto.
South Africa has a proud medical track record, and now that record is to be enhanced as medical tourism swings into high gear.
Green-minded Capetonians and visitors can now rest assured that their impact on the environment will be minimal, thanks to the new Cape Town green map, a 2010 Fifa World Cup legacy project.
South Africa’s transport system is set for a major boost when phase one
of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system comes into effect on 30 August in
Johannesburg, Africa’s leading economic hub.
Boasting one of South Africa’s largest collections of primate species, the Mystic
Monkeys and Feathers Wildlife Park is not a typical zoo in the city.
Johannesburg may be the economic powerhouse of South Africa, but living in the city can be dirt cheap, if you’re an expat.
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