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Pumba Ranger Diary and Wildlife Photographs - 26 July 2012

Pumba ranger Pieter Dunn's latest ranger diary and wildlife images from the beautiful, malaria free Eastern Cape private game reserve. Read more >

SA's first Olympic medal to homegrown talent Cameron van den Burgh

South Africa celebrated when Cameron van den Burgh swam to victory at the London Olympics last night in record breaking time - but did you know the swimmer is Africa's first home-trained world record holder and the youngest at the age of 20. Read more >

Last minute special safari deal at Pumba

Don't miss out on this chance to whisk your partner away to the Eastern Cape for a romantic safari getaway - at an excellent last minute rate! Read more >

Birding Thursday - South Africa a top destination for birders

South Africa is becoming an increasingly popular destination for Avitourists – birders who travel specifically to view birds in other parts of the world. Read more >

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Wildlife Wednesday - Meerkats

In this week’s Wildlife Wednesday slot we look at the super-cute and fascinating Meerkat found in South Africa and neighbouring countries. Read more >

Wine tasting weekend in Paternoster

Cosy up at Abalone House Boutique Guesthouse and indulge your taste for fine food and wine over the weekend of 24 and 25 August 2012 at Saffron Restaurant, at the five-star Abalone House in Paternoster. Read more >

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Tulbagh opens secrets to spring visitors

The historic town of Tulbagh is gearing up to show visitors its special secret of spring abundance over the last week-end in August. Read more >

Tasty Tuesday - Muesli Rusks

Today we've borrowed another of Ashton's recipes from theLeopard Mountain Game Lodge kitchen... Read more >

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar coming to Durban and Cape Town

One of the world’s most influential humanitarian and spiritual leaders, His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, will visit South Africa for the first time in six years. Read more >

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