Film tourism offers travellers inspiration for new itineraries

Film tourism is an all-year, all-weather attraction, writes Eugene Yiga

The new Norval is a space to play and pay gentle homage

The new addition to Cape Town’s art life is nothing if not architecturally claiming to be a mini ‘Modern’, writes Melvyn Minnaar

Zeitz museum boss astounds the art world, so why did he resign?

Coetzee quits in face of inquiry into professional conduct amid rumours of abuse of power, writes Melvyn Minnaar

Snakes in paradise and the logic of false promises

The cultural elite make it up as they go along at the Nirox Sculpture Park, writes Hans Pienaar

A wee dram of this Macallan whisky could set you back nearly $17,000

Two bottles of rare 60-year-old Macallan whisky are expected to fetch as much as $573,000 at auction in Hong Kong on Friday — excluding the buyer’s ...

Continental GT deserves its wings

Motor News travelled to Austria to experience the third generation Bentley Continental GT

Volkswagen introduces premium art

VW has gone sporty, sexy and spacious in the new Arteon, writes Thembekile Vokwana

Lagonda reborn for emission-free luxury

Aston Martin has announced that its Lagonda brand will be a zero-emissions range

Isuzu throws its hat into the seven-seater ring

Isuzu has launched its MU-X, but is it enough to take on established and new rivals, asks Mark Smyth

Rolls-Royce Cullinan: Conquer every mountain in super luxury

Rolls-Royce has revealed its terrain-vanquishing SUV, writes Mark Smyth

Rolls-Royce plans to switch to full electric cars by 2040

The CEO of Rolls-Royce tells Peter Campbell that the company will switch to electric power by 2040

Cayenne plugs in to a new SUV generation

If you want to plug in to a new era then the Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid works well, writes Michael Taylor

Grandland X a new addition to Opel’s growing crossover portfolio

Opel SA has expanded its X range with the launch of the Grandland X, writes Lerato Matebese

Astride the beast with two engines

Volkswagen is heading to the notorious Pikes Peak hillclimb with a one-off monster. Michael Taylor drove the one they tried last time

In search of smart choices in pre-loved market

The second instalment of the Gumtree Pre-Owned Awards will take place later this year, writes Lerato Matebese, who is one of the judges at this year’s renewal

Artist Jeannette Unite mines the earth for visual themes

Unite’s fascination extends from enormous machinery to stock market, writes Lucinda Jolly

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