The history we think we know is shaped as much by fiction — and often, outright lies — as it is by textbooks
The Vasco da Gama Taverna in Green Point started out as a notorious dive, but 50 years later ‘the Portuguese embassy’ is more family-friendly
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His crowning achievement was not quantified in cups, titles or dollars; it was the longevity of his competitive spirit when his body was refusing to play ball
An idyllic Seychelles island, the Victoria Falls, more direct flights to the States — thank goodness we can fly again
Richard Steyn’s impressive new book on Alfred Milner may not say as much, but it paints the picture of a warmongering narcissist
Forget those noisy game drives in a smelly diesel Land Cruiser — the future is battery-driven
Central venue connects to, and shows off, vibrant history of the Mother City
Proteas coach Mark Boucher is on a roll on the pitch, but faces less easily handled opposition when the CSA disciplinary case against him starts
The story of con artist Anna Delvey has gripped viewers across the world. But it was Joburg-born Barbara Rubin who helped actress Julia Garner recreate the ...
WAV, a new exhibition of abstract work by artists Pebofatso Mokoena and Frederick Clarke, shows signs of new life in abstraction
Captain Knowledge Bengu sailed into the history books with the discovery of the Endurance wreck
After a year-long delay, the chain opens its first hotel in SA
Ignored by many, SA’s women Proteas are taking the World Cup by storm
SA is picked as the second country to host a new initiative by cognac brand Hennessy
Shaun Gaylard’s drawings of 365 of SA’s top buildings are now on show
Authors use wit and laughter to shine a light on a serious subject
Jack’s Camp may be the last word in safari luxe, but it’s the 400km trek through salt pans to Kubu Island that is really unbeatable
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