It’s a Fairworld after all

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Julienne du Toit

Fairworld farm museum in FIsh River tells the story of a legendary Eastern Cape family, agriculture and fine Merino wool.

WINEMAKER: Riandri Visser of Cape Point Vineyards

With winemaker Riandri Visser science and art come together to make something special at Cape Point Vineyards.

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Workshopping art in the town of Tulbagh

Get a taste of what it’s like to work alongside some of the country’s top artists at a unique three-day…

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Reading in Isolation Part 1: Five recommended reads

First Five of Ten terrific titles to transport you through the lonely days of lockdown. No open book shops, no…

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A-Z of the Lowveld Panorama route

Our offbeat A to Z is all you need on Mpumalanga’s splendid Panorama Route in the Lowveld.

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RECIPE: Carolize Coetzee’s Tomato Tartare

This tomato tartare with consommé, crispy capers and celery ribbons is a perfect, light and extremely tasty lunch or starter.

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Running with the wild horses of the Namib

On the Garub plains in south-western Namibia, the future of a population of wild horses hangs in the balance.

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The ghosts of the Karoo

Nearly every roadside, graveyard, hotel and museum in the Karoo has its own ghost story and each is eerier than…

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Three great Cape Town hikes

A network of paths over the mountains of the Cape Peninsula offers hiking as good as it gets. These are…

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Full seed ahead: Saving our diversity

Passing on hardy and flavourful seeds adapted to our local conditions comes with the satisfaction of preserving our green heritage.

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Mosaic magic at the Spier artisan studio

Spier Artisan Studio offers casual visitors to the Stellenbosch wine estate a window onto the fascinating world of mosaic and…

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The Valley of the Duiwenhoks

While most of this article is about the history of the area, and the small town of Vermaaklikheid and Duiwenhoks…

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Rock your soul in the Red Cederberg

Time stands still in the Red Cederberg which is as wild, pristine and undiscovered as it was ten years ago…

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WINEMAKER: André van Rensburg of Vergelegen

Vergelegen in Somerset West is one of the most beautiful and historic wine estates, in a part of the world…

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Towns in a flash: Hazyview, Mpumalanga

Hazyview is a gateway to the rest of the Lowveld, a melting pot of people and cultures that offers a…

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Bedford’s Hope Street Hub

The Eastern Cape village of Bedford is renowned for its heritage gardens, but now it sports a lively new hub…

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WATCH: Herd of elephants protect baby from wild dogs

A pack of wild dogs looked like they were ready to take a sneaky chance, but the rest of the…

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Odd Things Happen in Verlorenkloof

But they’re mostly good things, like the birding found in the seclusion of Mpumalanga’s eastern escarpment. And that’s what makes…

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