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7 of the best food markets in Gauteng

Food markets are a great place to catch up with friends, meet new people or just sit back and watch the interesting types go about their business, all while enjoying some of the best food in town.. .Here are 7 of our favourite food markets in Gauteng...

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A Visit to Vergenoegd Wine Estate

One of the best things to do in summer in the Cape is to spend a day discovering the winelands and recently Portfolio's Kathryn discovered a wine farm that's a destination all in itself... the gorgeous historical farm of Vergenoegd.

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Travel like a king with dollars, pounds & euros in SA right now

When it comes to buying power around the South African Rand, international tourists are smiling all the way to the beach.

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7 Ways to Travel Like a Local in South Africa

Travelling South Africa is a whole lot more rewarding when you get stuck in and experience the local way of life. Here are 7 ways to put a local twist on your next trip...

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How to plan your visit to Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens

The most beautiful garden in Africa, and one of the great botanical gardens in the world, a trip to Cape Town is not complete without a visit to explore the natural wonders set beneath the imposing mountain slopes of Table Mountain. To a pleasant experien

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The Kalahari in a long weekend

Few travelers get to visit the vast and remote Northern Cape - for those very reasons, it really is vast and with long driving distances. But that hasn't deterred the Portfolio explorer team, who've discovered that by flying in with Airlink to Upington an

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7 reasons to visit the Green Kalahari

The Green Kalahari refers to the dark green swathe which cuts through the famously arid Kalahari desert.

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'Tis the season to get married

December holidays aren’t just about festive feasting and piles of presents – for many couples this is also the height of wedding season. South Africa’s sunny climate and exquisite scenery certainly encourage the proverbial summer of love.

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5 ways to entertain yourself in Dullstroom

The Mpumalanga hamlet of Dullstroom is quiet, serene and the perfect place to get away for a weekend if you live in Johannesburg. Other than taking in the opulence of relaxation, here are some suggestions of things to do in Dullstroom to ensure you enjoy

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Take the back roads between Joburg and Cape Town

We've planned your roadtrip, all you need to do is pack.

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7 Things to do in Prince Albert

Portfolio's Kathryn recently visited the little Karoo "dorp" of Prince Albert with her family. Here she shares 7 things to do in the tiny town...

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 exhibition in South Africa

The world-renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year photography exhibition, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, will open on 1 December in Cape Town before moving on to Johannesburg and Durban later in 2016.

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How to plan your visit to the top of Table Mountain

Table Mountain is one of the most iconic natural wonders of the world, making it a must-visit tourist attraction in Cape Town. To ensure a safe, efficient and fun visit to take in the view from the top, here's some info on parking, queuing, tickets and to

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The hidden gems of the Constantia Wine Route

A visit to Cape Town is not complete without enjoying a glass of local wine, and a popular way to do this is with a visit to a local wine farm. But instead of heading out to the winelands of Stellenboch and Franschhoek, located an hour outside of town, we

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Where to go to escape the crowds these holidays

We all look forward to December holidays at the coast catching up with friends and family, but after a while with your crowds of cousins and in-laws, well, you need a holiday from your holiday!

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Moja Heritage Brand New App

We are excited to announce the launch of our brand new Moja Heritage app. You can now find all your favourite South African attractions in just a couple of clicks.

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Take the back roads between Joburg and Eastern Cape

It's almost that time of the year when you wake up early, pack your "padkos", pick up a coffee and head off before dawn to get down to the coast for your annual beach break as fast as possible. But what about if you did things slightly differently this ye

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A relaxing weekend away at Shikwari Game Reserve

We recently sent well known South African travel blogger, Kate Els, to sip cocktails on the colonial verandah of Shikwari Game Reserve while gazing up at the towering Drakensberg mountains that form part of the Blyde River Canyon....

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A country stay at Caladdi Bed & Breakfast

Portfolio's Heather spent some time in the country and stayed at the family-friendly Caladdi B&B in the KZN Midlands and shares some stories from her stay here...

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SA’s revised visa rules: What you need to know

If you’re travelling in or out of South Africa in the next few months you’ll be pleased to hear that the controversial visa regulations (that resulted in a decrease in arrivals) have been amended.

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