Zim safaris: where the wildlife comes to you

There’s much to recommend a safari in Zimbabwe — think rugged landscapes and abundant wildlife. Consider hopping across the border for your next midyear break

A taste of winter warmth in the winelands

The name says it all at Cabernet & Carne, a pop-up restaurant inspired by Paris’s famous l’Entrecôte

Eating out of the chef’s hand

Super-chef Peter Tempelhoff recently paired up with sushi chef Shin Takagi for a day of sushi delight. The secret, they say, is in the ingredients

Bitter endings, bright beginnings

Bulls need introspection, Boks reveal new talent

BOOK REVIEW: The battle for hearts and minds

Britain’s World War 2 propaganda strategy gives perspectives on what can — and can’t — be successful in today’s information war

Nature in conflict

My Mercury documents the life of hermit Yves Chesselet as he protects seabird colonies from the predations of seals

A slice of heaven in Hemel-en-Aarde valley

The pinot noir capital of South Africa lives up to its name in Hemel-en-Aarde

Go wild at GweGwe

Luxury lodgings, remote location, beautiful beaches and great birding make quite a package at GweGwe

A bull run to URC triumph?

The Bulls have trampled all before them locally this season and carry South African hopes in the tournament

Inside Earthbox: a cavern of connection

Located in Somerset West, Earthbox is a global first in the realm of art-adjacent immersive experiences

The heights of delight at Franschhoek’s La Petite Ferme

Franschhoek’s La Petite Ferme offers outdoor pursuits, sumptuous suites, an award-winning kitchen and views for days

ART: More than an elephant in the room

An out-of-the-box designer and eco-activist artist, Porky Hefer creates creatures in the hope the world will sit up and pay attention. Or maybe sit down, ...

Melozhori private game lodge — luxury on your own terms

Experience the expanse of the Karoo at this venue — a perfect getaway for a group of friends or families

Asian tastes and treats at Tang restaurant

Tang offers a feast of colour and flavour — in its drinks as much as its food

Bird spotting on the Garden Route

Whether you’re a bird nerd, a twitcher, a lister or just curious, the region is a win when it comes to encountering our feathered friends

The principles of leadership

History offers three critical qualities that distinguish good leaders from bad ones: self-sacrifice, unflinching commitment and a desire for justice. Can the ...