Tag Archives: africa
Justice Edwin Cameron’s book, Justice, explores the power of South Africa’s constitution.
An interview with historian and journalist Martin Meredith whose book, The Fortunes of Africa: A 5000-Year History of Wealth, Greed and Endeavour is a sweeping, magisterial and eloquently detailed account of the continent’s history.
The newest and most exclusive lodge in northern Kruger National Park is a bush-lover’s paradise
Though there are signs of progress towards tolerance, life for sexual minority groups in many African states remains legally and socially difficult — and downright dangerous in some regions.
John Magufuli came to power in Tanzania amid much fanfare. He’s done much in the way of reform — but the slow creep towards autocracy is concerning.
Exploring the Kruger National Park’s extraordinary Pafuri region: a land of fever tree forests, ancient baobabs, dramatic gorgeous and stunning wildlife.
Come to this Mozambican village for the surfing and diving — then stay for the great food, laid-back vibes and stylish digs.
The Swazi cook who hosted struggle heroes is still working for the health of her people.
Paradise found: Lake Malawi’s blissful islands, Domwe and Mumbo.
Black Mamba – a range of sauces, pestos and chutneys – is empowering organic famers in Swaziland.