Cape Town overtook Bali for the first time, with the latter having been at the top for three years before a price hike in 2016. The report used prices researched by long haul holiday specialist Travelbag. At for a ‘basket’ of 10 tourist items, including meals and drinks, the South African city was £48.89 (R831) […]
Superb operation that brought together over 200 people in CAPE TOWN to the international convention of an American pharmaceutical company. Meeting at the Westin in Cape Town and its convention center, exits and memorable evening for all of the international management of the company . A flawless organization of the agency and Teams Kawango , […]
Kawango invites you to escape with the broadcast Saturday, February 6 at 20:40 on France 5 a beautiful documentary that takes you on track leopard in South Africa . You will also have the opportunity to discover the beautiful lodges of Sabi Sabi. This week , welcome to Sabi Sabi :
With players of the World XV , just before the match against the Springbok on 11 July. Standing at the back – from left to right : Carl Hayman, Bakkies Botha, JJ Engelbrecht, Ali Williams, Flip van der Merwe, Delon Armitage, Guthrö Steenkamp Sitting in front – from left to right : Steffon Armitage, Nico […]
The Royal Portfolio has announced the latest addition to its portfolio of 5 star hotels The Silo hotel is being built in the grain elevator portion of the historic Grain Silo Complex above what will become the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA). Situated directly above the museum, the hotel occupies a very special […]
The famous Zulu province of South Africa. It is also one of the richest provinces for wildlife. The name of KwaZulu Natal is a contraction of two former provinces. The Zulu kingdom and the former British colony, Natal. The other feature of KwaZulu Natal is the high concentration of Indians. This is due to the […]
Certainly the most famous province, the Western Cape is the most European province of South Africa. From the port of Cape Town, South Africa was colonized in turn by the Portuguese and English.
One country, nine provinces, eleven languages. This is also how one can describe this wonderful country. Nine provinces, each with its particularity, its wealth, its culture and its varied landscapes. Eleven languages which ranks South Africa with this feature in a world of globalization.