Discover why Millions of Tourists visit South Africa AmonGraf
Safari, exotic animals, Zulus, football, rugby, extreme sports, incredible beaches, parks, hotels and restaurants of the highest quality, some of the best wines in the world and an overwhelming history. These are just some of the ingredients that have transformed a country until recently associated with apertheid and street violence in one of the most […]
A Bunch of Baobab Fruit
A farmer harvests baobab fruit in southern Africa. The pulp of the fruit is used in drink products and contains nutrients such as Vitamin C, iron and calcium. Photo Copyright of PhytoTrade Africa This photo won first place in our first Feed the Future photo contest!
Adderly Street circa 1977
Becoming more recognisable to modern day Cape Town (the new Station has already been built, but where is the Golden Acre?). Look how green Lion's Head is! Find an older picture here: www.flickr.com/photos/mallix/346396916 To see a modern version of this (from reverse angle) go here: www.flickr.com/photos/dvdmerwe/389218163/
West Street – Durban – A Pictorial History
West Street was named after Sir Martin West, Lieutenant Governor of Natal from 1845 to 1849. When Natal was annexed to the Cape of Good Hope in 1845, Martin West who was formerly the Civil Commissi…
Alex Prezioso on Instagram: “In my country of South Africa, we struggled for years against the evil system of apartheid that divided human beings, children of the same…”
2,389 Likes, 61 Comments - Alex Prezioso (@preziosotravel) on Instagram: “In my country of South Africa, we struggled for years against the evil system of apartheid that…”
10 free things to do in Cape Town, South Africa
Lonely Planet's local expert lists ten great ways to experience the art, culture and natural beauty of Cape Town without opening your wallet.