Features - Africa

weekend away - Satao Camp, Tsavo East National Park

Five hours’ drive from Nairobi, Satao Camp is a small oasis of green in semi-desert Tsavo East National Park, with a waterhole that is visited by large herds of wildlife.

three great places - Casablanca

In the movie Casablanca, Rick’s Café was a hive of negotiation and intrigue. In the modern city, restaurants continually hum with deals being made over delectable dishes.

Articles - Africa

insight - Elias Ketuta

From the kitchen at Klein’s Camp, with awe-inspiring views of the Serengeti, chef Elias Ketuta serves up freshly prepared dishes sourced from his own organic garden.

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24 hours in Johannesburg

Known as Jozi, Johannesburg has burgeoned from a rough mining town to a sophisticated cosmopolitan city. The gold rush of 1886 was the start of a money-making trend, and today the city is the economic powerhouse of sub-Saharan Africa.

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Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro’s colossal size may be intimidating, but it’s actually one of the world’s most accessible summits. Each year, more than 25,000 trekkers of all abilities flock to this East African massif to make their mark on its glacier-ringed peak.

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well read - Cape Town Book Fair

Guaranteed to entice all bookworms, the Cape Town Book Fair takes place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) June 15-17.

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spa - Pezula Spa, South Africa

South Africa’s Garden Route is well known for its adrenaline sports and outdoor adventures, but there are more relaxing pursuits on hand at the Pezula Spa.

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Destination - Kigali

Rwanda’s mountain forests and rolling hills have always been a picturesque destination. With Qatar Airways launching flights to Kigali, see how the capital city’s modern charms overcome a tragic past.

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three great places - Seychelles

Seychelles food incorporates French, Chinese, Indian, and African influences, with seafood dishes featuring prominently on menus. For a touch of local colour these restaurants in or near the capital, Victoria, are worth visiting while sightseeing or shopping.

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Tripping The Light Fantastic

The Overberg’s wonderful, luminous light, reflected from the hauntingly beautiful Cape Fold Mountains of the Cape, is much lauded by international film directors and as much loved by the tourists who flock here annually to appreciate the area’s natural beauty and plentiful attractions.

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