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Green is the new black - eco-travel at African Crags Eco-Lodge

Portfolio's GM Lauren discovers that it's cool to go green on her road trip through The Crags.

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10 ways to GO GREEN when you travel

In the spirit of promoting more eco-friendly travel, here’s how you can make your journeys greener…

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How green is my Vellie*

Chris Harvie takes an uncharacteristically almost-serious look at the importance of going green...

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Mother City java journey

Grab your next Cuppa Joe (or two) at one of these fine establishments…

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Cape Town Scoops Armload of TripAdvisor Awards

As Cape Town prepares to welcome the world to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, the Mother City is still emerging as a global travel favourite, with a string of fresh accolades to boost its top destination reputation.

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Cultivating Food Security in Africa

Danielle Nierenberg and Abdou Tenkouano write about the growing need for the nutritional addition of vegetables to staple foods in sub-Saharan Africa.

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A Night of Art, Music and Film at the Two Oceans Aquarium

On Thursday 30 July 2009 the Two Oceans Aquarium , in collaboration with the UCT Writers Series, will present DEEP: A Night of Creative Currents featuring Sharks, Poets and other Endangered Species

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Kirstenbosch Scoops Gold at Chelsea

I was delighted to hear that Kirstenbosch has scooped a gold medal in this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.This was their 30th gold medal in all the years they’ve been exhibiting at Chelsea.

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Vote for your Planet with Earth Hour 2009

The USA elections 08 are long over, South African elections 09 loom, but come 28 March 2009 we can all Vote Earth - possibly the most important election you can participate in this year.

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Cape Town is Globally Green

Cape Town is being featured on yet another Top Ten list - and even though it's not tourism related this time, we have every reason to be proud.

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Horse-riding & hanging from the treetops at Hog Hollow

Indi and Gia recently went on a road trip down the coast of South Africa and their latest stopover was on the picturesque Garden Route. They spent a few nights in an area known as The Crags, just outside Plettenberg Bay...

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Tis the season to be green... buying local gifts

Our sustainability blogger Katarina Mancama reminds us why shopping local is a great idea this season...

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Jazz and Cocktails in Soweto

Our sustainability feature blogger Katarina shows another side to Soweto - forget your standard township tour and shebeen crawl - this time you'll need your glad rags!

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Maropeng celebrates World Heritage Day

Wednesday, 7 November is WTM World Responsible Tourism Day 2012 – and leading the way for sustainable tourism in South Africa is Maropeng.

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Wavescape surf film and art festival 2012

Surfing and art collide once again at the annual Wavescape Festival, heading to Cape Town at the end of the month.

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Big expansion plans for Maropeng

Maropeng is turning 7, and big plans are on the cards for the world heritage centre...

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Durban a finalist in international eco city challenge

The We Love Cities Challenge is an initiative by the World Wildlife Fund celebrating the most sustainable cities in the world. Durban is one of the chosen cities...

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5 green travel activities in Durban

KZN local lass Jo Sobey gives us 5 great green things to do in Durban for our #LoveDurbs week!

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15 freakin' awesome SA coffee shops that will make you give up Wimpy coffee for good...

Our choice of just some of the many amazing coffee spots around SA..

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Go Wild and swipe for conservation

Thanks to the MyPlanet programme, South Africans have the opportunity to contribute to the protection and conservation of our wildlife without it taking any of their time or costing a cent.

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