South African version of CREME SODA, one of the foods that Lexi Mills, an expat in London, says she misses most from her homeland: http://thedisplacednation.com/2012/05/08/when-in-london-hey-ag-no-man-10-foods-i-still-miss-from-my-homeland/. Creme soda just isn't the same, she says, if it's not bright green.
South Africa has been one of the top ranked Rugby Nations since 1995, and even though there have been patches of animosity, with coaches forced into selecting a certain number of Non-White players, the bottom line has been that the Springboks are one of the toughest opponents in World Rugby.
Today South Africa is characterised by the kaleidoscope of cultures, traditions and religions that brought about the term Rainbow Nation. Without doubt a great way to experience the diversity of cultures is through the local food, often referred to as the Rainbow Cuisine. For the daring diner, South Africa offers culinary adventures ranging from crocodile and mopane worms to Ostrich eggs.