Nala, a five-year-old white lioness, took everyone at the Drakenstein Lion Park by surprise when she gave birth to three white lion cubs a few days before Christmas. Staff at the sanctuary, which rescues lions from abusive environments, noticed Nala was behaving oddly. What made the birth a surprise however was the fact that Nala’s mate, […]
South African guitarist, singer/songwriter and “globally respected purveyor of the blues” will be rocking the UK this weekend.
A little something for our non-South African friends to understand the culture of the braai.
There has been much buzz following Oxford Dictionaries’ decision to make the “Face with Tears of Joy” emoji 2015’s Word of the Year.
“You never think it will happen to you. It was just a friday night at a rock show.”
Fees Must Fall protesters in London managed to get the SA High Commissioner to sit on the floor and sign their memorandum.
A #FeesMustFall solidarity protest is taking place in London tomorrow outside the South African High Commission.
The world’s media has picked up on the current nationwide protests in South Africa.
The danger involved in surfing South Africa’s oceans is not part of the thrill, says world-renowned South African surf photographer, Alan van Gysen.
“Given my ties with Britain, I had no reason to suspect that in fact I was on a collision path all of my own, and that instead of flying to a city I thought of as home, I was really flying into a brick wall.”
Yes, I left South Africa, but I did not desert her.
Making the decision to move to the UK is the easy part. Here’s how you can make it a stress-free and affordable move.
Reg Bamford, CEO of 1st Contact and Sable, has been moving South Africans over to the UK for the past 20 years. He talks us through the fundamentals of his businesses and the different groups of South African clients over the past two decades.
If you could steal any smell from South Africa and bottle it forever, which smell would you take?
South Africa is just too far out for some foreigners. These gems will never get old…
What is privilege? A powerful way to test and physically understand the intricacies of our privileges.
The Millennium Development Goal to halt and reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS and achieve universal access to treatment by 2015 has been exceeded. There is even hope to end the AIDS
epidemic by 2030.