Indians arrived in South Africa as indentured labourers in 1860. This Hub celebrates 150 years of their contribution to South African culture.
The article aims to shed some light on activities you must do when visiting Cape Town, South Africa.
Information about the world's tallest and most dangerous mammals; Africa's smallest carnivore; the world's biggest nest builder and Africa's heaviest bird
Pertoria's wonder tree is more than 1000 years old and is rich in history.
Rare sightings of the Burchell's Coucal are always exciting and we have been privileged to see some in the past few days.
The variety and beauty of this country is the result of a combination of location, climate and geological history. The scenery is a wonder to be enjoyed again and again.
Planning a visit to South Africa? Check out this Hub for tips and places recommended by a local.
An article about the Khoikhoi people of Southern Africa who inhabited this area many years ago; only a few of them are left in parts of this area.
Strand Street in Cape Town runs from the Castle of Good Hope on the Grand Parade to the foot of Signal Hill. On the way it passes many historical and interesting places, including what used to be called Boeren Plein (Farmers' Square) or Hottentot Plein and is now called Riebeeck Square, and, a...
After the abortive Jameson Raid in January 1896 the Transvaal government realised the need to protect Pretoria militarily and so built four forts in defensive positions.