The cosmopolitan streets of Cape Town and Joburg are pushing local gastronomy to new boundaries and establishing an authentic homegrown identity. By Jane Broughton
Craft’ is the new word in chocolate. Here’s why it’s important
There are some incredible nuggets of South African wine history waiting to be dug up
Celebrating its 21st birthday this year, Aubergine continues to deliver consistently exceptional fare.
Swiss watchmakers have produced intricate timepieces for more than 250 years, resulting in staggering auction prices and beautiful collectable objects.
The new managing director of Diners Club Pan-Africa, Lesego Chauke-Motshwane, speaks to Silke Colquhoun about her path to success
At these luxury bush lodges, the experience is as much about fine dining as it is about game viewing
With sun year-round, some of the best beach resorts in East Africa, and plenty of culture and history too, it’s easy to understand why Zanzibar is the jewel of Tanzania. By Lynette Botha
With Southern Africa’s drought slowing the flow of the Victoria Falls, Keith Bain reflects on a visit to the natural wonder in wetter times
If you’ve ever wanted to travel to the moon, consider a trip to far-northern India. There, in Ladakh, Keith Bain touches down in another world