South Africa Travel News

Well there is no sight of the mysterious iceberg that was sighted last week at 6pm on Monday, 35 nautical miles south east of St Francis Bay in the Eastern Cape by the crew of the fishing vessel Ntini. The air force on routine patrol were asked to keep a […]

Iceberg sighted of Cape St Francis: What the heck next?

The “Mother City Queer Project” has been running for 13 years now and this year’s theme is Comic/Strip. Which means you HAVE to dress up as either, a comic character or a comic character without his/her clothes on. No costume, no party those is the rules!.

13th MCQP: Mother City Queer Project – Comic/Strip.

After bumping my head against a wall a few times, trying to remotely arrange car hire from Johannesburg to Mozambique it seems no-one wants anyone to drive their precious cars into out neighboring country. What spoil sports. I am pretty sure my 1973 Peugeot 404, would rather not go and […]

Operation: Mozambique #2, Mango Airlines

Seemingly not all Capetonians are keen on hosting the world cup semifinal, at least not in a revamped Greenpoint stadium. The “Greenpoint common association” seeks to block the reconfiguration of the commons area including a golf course and football clubs, with court action. If it goes to court, the delayed […]

2010 South Africa, World cup: Cape Town (not Bafana Bafana) ...

As of yesterday Thursday 30th November, South Africa became the first country in Africa to offer the legal right of marriage to same sex couples. The legislation was approved in Thabo Mbeki’s absence, by deputy president Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka. The talk radio stations are abuzz with heated debate on the subject. […]

First in Africa: Gay marriage legalized.