A Facebook group for South Africans living abroad has grown exponentially in just over one week since it was formed.
South African best-selling cookbook author and chef Cass Abrahams shares her recipe for bobotie, a traditional Cape Malay dish.
All the things South Africans who have immigrated to the UK wish they brought with them, and what to consider taking if you’re next
Do you really need an excuse to drop everything and flee to Paris in search of culture?
If that’s too spontaneous for ya, then perhaps Fulham on a Friday?
Although, in truth, the Eurostar to Paris may be quicker than the District Line to Fulham.
The Leader of the Democratic Alliance gives his views on the state of South Africa’s democracy and whether Mandela would have voted for the DA.
Get fit, have fun and raise vital funds to provide life- saving care for vulnerable children in South Africa
Peter Hain, the MP for Neath since 1991, served in the Cabinets of both Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. He was an anti-apartheid activist of note, and is author of a number of books. His most recent book Ad and Wal tells the story of his parents’ struggle against the oppressive apartheid regime and his new book Back to the Future of Socialism will be published in late January.
The Starfish Greathearts Foundation has lots of exciting sporty challenges coming up to help you kick start your 2015 fitness. Get your New Year’s resolution underway and sign up today.
South African families in the UK have lost thousands of rands and their Christmas trip home to South Africa
To commemorate a year since Nelson Mandela’s death, CAFOD is hosting a special free screening for young adults of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
The differences between a South African and United Kingdom Christmas. Which is your favourite?
We caught up with Seether at their London gig, before they set off on a tour with Papa Roach in the US. They’re set to hit SA shores next year
The Starfish Greathearts annual Santa Run is nearly upon us and theyd love you to get involved!
Santa’s coming…. children all over the world can be heard crying ‘whooopppeee’ as the stores fill up with even more Christmas “cheer”. Adults everywhere are barfing into their imaginary hand bags whilst hearing the never ending drone of the songs pounding over the loud speakers, and not a single cocktail, bucket of wine or pint of beer in sight.
Week one of a simple guide to make Christmas in the UK less stressful: with our help, you may actually be able to relax and enjoy the festive period
For a dining experience more cosmopolitan than ‘Sex and the City’, get a taste of Turkey served by a South African restaurateur at London’s Kitchenette.
Living in America, South African actors Sifiso and Melonie Mazibuko visit London as part of a touring theatre cast and unexpectedly find themselves in a home away from home. I interviewed them to find out what life is like for South Africans living in the US