While a growing number of international brands are waking up to the promise of Africa as a valuable market for luxury goods, Montblanc has been steadily growing its presence on the continent for close to 30 years...
Lauren Hartzenberg 3 days ago
The striking textile and knitwear designs conceived by South African golden boy Laduma Ngxokolo are not simply stylish collectables, they're vehicles of cultural preservation...
Lauren Hartzenberg 16 Apr 2019
The fifth annual Condé Nast International Luxury Conference kicked off in Cape Town yesterday, bringing some of the biggest names in global luxury to African soil...
Lauren Hartzenberg 11 Apr 2019
It is important to tell the joyful African stories, not just those of pain and suffering...
Louise Marsland 4 Mar 2019
The focus of innovation in the conscious consumption space is certainly not trend based. The environmental and health issues facing the planet are so pressing...
Robyn Smith 24 Jan 2019
How Egyptian fashion designer Amna Elshandaweely uses social activism in her fashion to address issues of culture and identity...
Louise Marsland 22 Feb 2018
Little over a year ago, three friends with thriving creative careers embarked on a mission to combine their love of Africa with their passion for surfing...
Lauren Hartzenberg 17 Oct 2017
Winner of the 2016 Fairlady Women of the Future Rising Star Award, the passionate Moyin Oloruntoba, shares some insights...
Ruth Cooper 31 Aug 2016
According to Kenya Information Guide, the Masai Mara National Reserve one of the best places where you can spot wildlife in Africa.
Jarred Manasse 16 May 2016
Namibia is the ideal self-drive safari escape if you're thinking of getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city to experience an authentic African safari...
Jarred Manasse 25 Apr 2016
Let's get some facts straight on the effective banning of the film, Of Good Report*, which was due to open the Durban International Film Festival - 18-28 July.
Anton Harber 30 Jul 2013
When you think of having your holiday in a luxury villa, you imagine a lavish home with spacious rooms and shrouded by amazing beauty of nature, right? Most probably, a picture of immaculate shoreline with glimmering blue waters may also comes to mind.
Will Smith 20 Feb 2013
If you are planning a vacation to relax, enjoy pleasant weather and see the beautiful serene locations with your family or a group, then renting a luxury Caribbean villa can prove to be an excellent choice. A villa will not only provide you a new travelling experience, but also make your stay easy and comfortable.
Will Smith 10 Jan 2013
... And on the day, for that matter too... Here's a really cool idea - pardon the pun - for a breakaway with a real difference... Head due South to where the penguin is King, well, Emperor*, actually, and there's ice as far as you can see... It's a life-changing experience.
Brian Berkman 24 Oct 2011
South Africa, the continent's largest economy and ranked 32nd globally in business tourism, is aggressively marketing its African portfolio to boost tourism numbers and revenues amid a steady increase in spend and visitors coming from Africa, in particular Angola, Zimbabwe and Nigeria.
Issa Sikiti da Silva 9 May 2011
SADC countries, home to about 280 million people, contribute a modest 2% to the global tourism market despite boasting amazing tourist destinations and having 'solid' marketing strategies in place. RETOSA, a permanent SADC body tasked to develop tourism in the region through effective marketing, met in Durban, South Africa, during the 2011 Tourism Indaba to plot the way forward in removing barriers hampering tourism growth and development in the region.
Issa Sikiti da Silva 9 May 2011
The eruption of Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano had a massive impact on many spheres - from the airlines, to events, to travel, to health, import and exports, and more, and its impact is likely to be felt for a long time - and that's even should the eruption cease completely - which it hasn't!
Rod Baker 29 Apr 2010
Airline companies selling flight tickets to the highest bidder, B&B and ‘second-class' hotels charging up to R1000 a night for a standard room and one meal at restaurants costing an arm and a leg. Metered-taxi drivers increasing ten-fold the fare of a short distance trip and car rental outlets not budging if you don't cough up.
Issa Sikiti da Silva 22 Jan 2010