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  • Vulture Conservation in South Africa

    As southern Africa's only endemic vulture species, the Cape vulture population has been reduced to an estimated 2,900 breeding pairs across its range. Listed as 'Endangered' by the ...

    October 31, 2014
  • Ramsar Wetlands: Barberspan and Blesbokspruit

    Named for the city in Iran where the treaty was signed in 1971, the Ramsar Convention is an international treaty aimed at conserving wetlands deemed to be of economic, cultural, scientific ...

    October 15, 2014
  • Explore the Sevilla Rock Art Trail

    Winding alongside the Brandewyn River in the Cedarberg region of the Western Cape, the 4km long Sevilla Rock Art Trail incorporates nine rock art sites, providing intriguing insight into the ...

    October 1, 2014
  • Enjoy the Tranquility of Rondvlei Nature Reserve

    Home to the only hippos in the Western Cape Province, and a spectacular bird watching destination, the Rondevlei Nature Reserve incorporates parts of Grassy Park, Lavenderhill and ...

    September 17, 2014
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What to See

  • Gauteng

    Climate

    The Gauteng climate is mostly consistent, with Pretoria typically two degrees warmer than Johannesburg. Gauteng does offer the perfect climate conditions with summer being warm and wind free, and winters although chilly and very cold at night, have clear skies during the day.

  • Limpopo

    Vaalwater

    The Mokolo River in South Africa’s Limpopo Province is home to a quaint little town with the name of Vaalwater. Mostly used as a destination to pass through on the way to the neighboring country of Botswana or to the Waterberg Massif, Vaalwater has become more than just a stopover that has banks, fuel and a post office; it has developed into a tourist destination. As visitors began to ...

  • Hotels

    Protea Hotels

    Protea Hotel Capital - Pretoria - The Protea Hotel Capital is located in central Pretoria on Van Der Walt Street, next to the historic Burgers Park, offering easy access to the Ben Schoeman Highway and other major roads, as well as being within 45 kilometers of Gauteng's OR Tambo International Airport, making it the perfect accommodation choice for business travelers. Protea Hotel Marine ...

  • Day Trips

    Wineland Tours

    Arguably one of the most valuable things that South Africans have inherited from the early French Huguenot settlers who graced our shores so many years ago, is a tradition of wine farming and wine tasting. As you drive between Cape Town and Stellenbosch, you will discover a stunning wealth of wine farms just waiting to be discovered. The Cape Winelands are situated only an hour from Cape ...

  • Kwazulu Natal

    Natal Midlands

    The evergreen rolling hills and valleys of the Natal Midlands really is a piece of paradise, far removed from the frantic pace of the modern world. This scenic region of KwaZulu Natal draws visitors from far and wide to explore its pine forests, pastures, lakes, rivers, dams, waterfalls, nature reserves, historical battle sites, Zulu cultural villages and picturesque towns.

  • Trade

    United States

    As an independent Federal Agency, the United States International Trade Commission regulates trade between the United States and the rest of the world, including South Africa. As is the case on a global scale, import/export trade between the United States and South Africa are subject to stringent international trade rules and regulations. The United States ITC records import/export ...

  • Free State

    Smithfield

    To find a truly unique, isolated and tranquil destination in the Free State Province, visitors need not look further than Smithfield. Here, amongst the breathtaking mountains and picturesque landscapes, Smithfield is beginning to develop into a growing tourism interest, as historic buildings undergo restoration and an increasing number of visitors discover the beauty of the area, and decide ...

  • Mpumalanga

    Witbank

    The name Witbank means “White Ridge”, as it was named by wagon drivers that used the white sandstone outcrop as a resting place. It wasn’t long before coal was discovered and farmers came from far and wide to transport the coal. Of course, with the coal mining industry gaining momentum, so did the number of residents, and Witbank was officially established in the year 1890. This Mpumalanga ...

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