Two volunteers who had potential contact to the Ebola virus in two separate incidents have been transferred to the UK. Neither have been diagnosed with Ebola.
Andrea Gada’s relatives in Zimbabwe have been denied visas to attend her funeral. David Cameron has said that he will investigate the matter.
A weekend in the stunning university city of Cambridge is easy, and you can even stay on campus.
By 2020 the there may be a global shortage of chocolate and the only chocolate available will be sludgy and filled with cocoa substitutes. But the UK has a plan…
How does the UK compare to SA on Instagram? Take a look at these Insta shots and decide for yourself who is the fairest of them all.
South African families in the UK have lost thousands of rands and their Christmas trip home to South Africa
Medical research has allowed old folks to live way more active lives, and with that comes renewed sex-drives and all the balls-and-whistles that go with hanky panky.
Migrant domestic workers protest outside of UK parliament against “Tied visas”. These visas deny them the right to change employers, often resulting in exploitation and abuse.
Geneva is the obvious choice for a magical winter holiday, and getting to Geneva just got easier thanks to Eurostar. What treasures are there to uncover in the Swiss city this Winter?
The cost of flying for kiddies will be reduced dramatically next year when airport departure taxes are scrapped in the UK. Find out if your children are eligible and what this means for your future travels.
Saturday 22 November saw the inaugural launch of the African Enterprises Awards, held at the prestige’s Great Connaught Rooms in Convent Garden
Expat Explorer Report ranks Australia fourth for an expat experience, while the UK languishes near bottom for overseas living.
SA nationals will be able to tick both the UK and Ireland off their travel destination list with a single visa. But what political motives might be behind the move?
The best of live theatre, dance, music and visual arts from South Africa head to the UK for a nationwide tour.
Meet the Kamikaze Test Pilots, a Zimbabwean band in the UK. “On the one side we do hard rock,” they explain “and on the other side we sing in Shona”
The first Scottish Independence referendum on independence in Britain’s history has brought to an immediate end the question of British sovereignty over the United Kingdom.
The Tall Ship festival showcased over 50 tall ships, in four venues across London, Canary Wharf, Greenwich Maritime, Woolwich Arsenal and Greenwich Peninsula. Sad you missed it? Catch the upcoming Dancing Round the World festival in October
A high-level United Kingdom delegation will arrive in South Africa next week for a visit that will focus on strengthening commercial opportunities, science and innovation, skills development and education relations with South Africa
If you’re missing a flavour from home during this blisteringhot British summer you won’t have to look far to find pockets of Mzansi right here in the UK
The 2014 Budget Speech took place yesterday, and with it came a string of forecasts for the year ahead. Our Accounting team have unpacked the contents of Chancellor Osborne’s red briefcase to see how the speech affects you.
Kallum Alexander imagines what would have happened if Tony Blair had invaded Zimbabwe in 2001.
Paul Herzberg’s experience as a conscripted soldier on the Angolan border inspired award-winning psychological drama ‘The Dead Wait’, which is running in London for the first time.
Dubbed the South African ‘Bonnie and Clyde’, ‘Durban Poison’ is a moody noir romance set among South Africa’s marginalised white underclass, which will be screened at the BFI London Film Festival this week.
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Trains trains and more trains because there is no time deadline to this trip and I’d like to see as much as I can of the countries I am visiting. That’s pretty hard to do from 30 000 feet.