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Environment Month 2019 Environment Month 2019Date: 14/06/2019

National Environment month is celebrated every year in June, in South Africa.

The Last Elephants? We hope not The Last Elephants? We hope notDate: 12/06/2019

An elephant is poached somewhere in Africa every 15 to 20 minutes of every day, every week and every month.

Botswana annual Desert Race Botswana annual Desert RaceDate: 11/06/2019

The Government of Botswana is driving the country’s annual Desert Race.

New flights to spur tourism growth New flights to spur tourism growthDate: 07/06/2019

Increased air access, recovering economies and the weakened rand are some of the factors driving tourism to the Western Cape.

5 Things to Know About the State of Our Oceans for World Oceans Day 5 Things to Know About the State of Our Oceans for World Oceans DayDate: 07/06/2019

June 8 is World Oceans Day, a chance to honor and celebrate our blue planet.

Commemorative coins launched to celebrate 25 years of democracy Commemorative coins launched to celebrate 25 years of democracyDate: 06/06/2019

The South African Reserve Bank and the South African Mint have launched a number of new circulation coins, celebrating democracy.

New Township Curated Routes New Township Curated RoutesDate: 06/06/2019

The Western Cape will launch a set of Curated Routes in Khayelitsha township.

Cape Town celebrates World Bicycle Day Cape Town celebrates World Bicycle DayDate: 04/06/2019

World Bicycle Day is celebrated across the globe on Monday 3 June and Cape Town’s bicycle advocates rewarded cycle commuters.

Six historic sites in the Western Cape Six historic sites in the Western CapeDate: 30/05/2019

The Western Cape is rich with colonial history,and Robben Island is one of the most significant reminders.

New tourism minister announced for SA New tourism minister announced for SADate: 30/05/2019

Mmamoloko ‘Nkhensani’ Kubayi-Ngubane has been announced as South Africa’s Minister of Tourism.

Helderberg Hospice receives global partnership award Helderberg Hospice receives global partnership awardDate: 30/01/2019

Helderberg Hospice has made a lasting impact on the patients and families needing palliative care...

Too much toddler screen time tied to problems by pre-school Too much toddler screen time tied to problems by pre-schoolDate: 29/01/2019

The hours passed in front of televisions and tablets mean kids may miss out on chances to scribble with crayons or play games...

Global Community Engagement Day 2019 Global Community Engagement Day 2019Date: 28/01/2019

The day, in which community engagement enthusiasts celebrate around the world, takes place every year on 28 January.

Filling up in Zim compared to SA Filling up in Zim compared to SADate: 14/01/2019

A comparison of what Zimbabwe and South African drivers would pay for a full tank of petrol.

Birth certificate reg changes for travellers to SA Explained Birth certificate reg changes for travellers to SA ExplainedDate: 13/12/2018

Department of Tourism unravels unabridged birth certificate amendments.

Cape Town voted as the greatest City on Earth! Cape Town voted as the greatest City on Earth!Date: 11/12/2018

International tourists have just named Cape Town as the greatest city on Earth!

SA could migrate fully to e-visa system by early next year SA could migrate fully to e-visa system by early next yearDate: 08/11/2018

If all goes according to plan, South Africa will be migrating fully to the use of an e-visa system for foreign travellers

Packing for a purpose Packing for a purposeDate: 02/11/2018

A holiday makes us feel good – as does doing a good deed.

Spanish-made Luck shoes step into SA market Spanish-made Luck shoes step into SA marketDate: 16/10/2018

The SA company has embarked on a policy of providing quality sports equipment at an affordable price to local consumers

Imagine the impact one person can have to make a change Imagine the impact one person can have to make a changeDate: 24/07/2018

It takes 1 person to make a change, this man started a project & nature thanked him

Daring granny drives from Cape Town to London Daring granny drives from Cape Town to LondonDate: 05/07/2018

#StartYourImpossible: Meet the 80-year-old Capetonian grandmother who drove her Toyota Conquest from SA to London

SA shines at World Robotics Championship SA shines at World Robotics ChampionshipDate: 29/06/2018

Having set himself the goal of winning the world champs…

Honour for Stellenbosch Botanical Garden Honour for Stellenbosch Botanical GardenDate: 11/06/2018

Unique international honour for Stellenbosch University’s botanical garden

Must Watch: Water rushing into Theewaterskloof Dam Must Watch: Water rushing into Theewaterskloof DamDate: 04/06/2018

Video of rivers flowing into Theewarterskloof Dam are being shared rapidly on social media.

All about Nelson Mandela Day All about Nelson Mandela DayDate: 29/05/2018

The day remembers Mandela’s achievements in working towards conflict resolution, democracy, human rights, peace, & reconciliation.

Heartfelt message to AB de Villiers Heartfelt message to AB de VilliersDate: 25/05/2018

Must Read: Dale Steyn shared heartfelt message to friend AB de Villiers

Automated biometric ID at ports of entry Automated biometric ID at ports of entryDate: 23/05/2018

Automated biometric ID to speed up processing at ports of entry

Giulio Bertrand of Morgenster Wine & Olive Estate Giulio Bertrand of Morgenster Wine & Olive EstateDate: 22/05/2018

Morgenster Wine & Olive Estate announces with sadness that Giulio Bertrand, its visionary owner, passed away on Sunday afternoon

What makes South Africans so generous? What makes South Africans so generous?Date: 16/05/2018

An International organisation wants to know what makes South Africans so generous



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