Get the whole family outdoors in Umhlanga

Get the whole family outdoors in Umhlanga Umhlanga on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast is everyone’s favourite holiday destination, where you can be almost guaranteed sunny weather and beautiful outdoor conditions. When you book your Umhlanga accommodation, make sure it’s close to all the outdoorsy spots and plan to go on a walking holiday – get […]

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Spot the celebrity in Cape Town

Spot the celebrity in Cape Town Cape Town is world famous for its natural beauty, fantastic investment property, laid-back vibe and top-class restaurants, bars, hotels, and other locations for partying, relaxing, socialising, and also getting away from it all. It’s no wonder then that some of the world’s most well-known faces have been spotted at […]

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Friday Night Fever!

Friday Night Fever! Everyone has the ability to dance – whether in private or in public – when the beat of music on the outside synchronises with our inner rhythm. We may not know the “right” moves or know how to lead a dance or be flexible enough to perform a box split, but if […]

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In for a thrill? Experience the Tower of Terror

In for a thrill? Experience the Tower of Terror Gold Reef City is everybody’s favourite entertainment park in Johannesburg. Not only does it remind us of the history of the City of Gold (literally), but the theme of mining has been seamlessly and beautifully incorporated into the actual theme rides themselves. Golden Loop, Jozi Express, […]

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All about the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

It seems like ages ago that 2010 Soccer World Cup fever broke and everyone was hot with the anticipation of international tourists arriving on South Africa’s shores to the tune of noisy vuvuzelas. World-class football took over the whole country for a month, although the build-up to the international event took more than two years […]

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Origin of the Vuvuzela

Origin of the Vuvuzela The whole world became exposed to the wonder of the simple plastic horn that is the vuvuzela when soccer fans at the Confederations Cup in 2009 created a din in stadia as a build-up to the 2010 World Cup. Then the World Cup arrived in South Africa and suddenly the vuvuzela […]

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Did the World Cup 2010 truly boost our economy?

Did the World Cup 2010 truly boost our economy? With the elated announcement that South Africa would host the 2010 FIFA World Cup, people across all industries immediately set to work adjusting their advertising campaigns and branding to include soccer balls and other soccer icons, establishing fully fledged accommodation facilities (or simply erecting backyard flats […]

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