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Adventure Travel Doesn’t Have to Mean Roughing it

So, you’re keen on adventure travel, but you’re not keen on having to sleep in a tent among those merciless mosquitos. What about chasing those naughty vervet monkeys away because they’ve decided to raid your cooler box at 4:30AM? No thanks! For some people, roughing it is all part of adventure travel. However, there are […]

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5 South African Points of Interest for Foodies: Durban Edition

Looking to take your taste buds on an adventure? We’re here to help. We can all agree that there’s nothing better than a good meal. That’s why we’ve put together this helpful list for Foodies visiting the Durban area. Here are our recommendations for the top 5 South African Points of Interest for Foodies: Durban […]

The Tshwane to Johannesburg Commute for Business Travellers

The commute route from Tshwane to Johannesburg (and back again!) is part and parcel of many a businessperson’s routine in Gauteng. But, there’s joy to be found on that journey and we’ll show you how. Whether that trip is part of your daily grind or a regular round trip to visit important clients, taking a […]

Top 6 Things to Do in Centurion

You’re headed to Gauteng to close that deal and maybe meet a new investor or two. But it’s not the bustle of Johannesburg you’re heading towards, rather, it’s the wide range of business opportunities in Tshwane that have your attention. If staying close to South Africa’s capital city is what you need, then schedule to […]

A New Hotel on the Newtown Block

The Official Opening of City Lodge Hotel Newtown Johannesburg – The City Lodge Hotel Group held an official hotel opening on the 26th of May 2016, in its new spot right in the hub of Newtown. 160 invited guests stepped through the doors to celebrate the creative thought put into this ‘home away from home’. […]

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8 Things You Didn’t Know about OR Tambo International Airport

Business and leisure travelers alike pass through its gates often, either as a gateway to the rest of the world, or to experience the vibrant hub that is Africa’s second biggest city, but OR Tambo International Airport is more than just a stopover. 1. It’s had two historically significant names. Founded in 1952 as Jan Smuts […]