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Pieter Hugo’s exhibition, Kin, captures a South Africa caught between a troubled past and uncertain future.
In the run-up to South Africa’s 2014 general elections, I joined Mmusi Maimane — then the Democratic Alliance’s Gauteng premier candidate — for a morning on the campaign trail. Five years later it still offers clues about the head of the official opposition.
The date of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU is drawing ever nearer. What this exactly will entail and how it will affect South Africa is yet to be seen, but the UK says that, regardless, it is pushing for closer economic ties with Africa.
Exploring the Kruger National Park’s extraordinary Pafuri region: a land of fever tree forests, ancient baobabs, dramatic gorgeous and stunning wildlife.
Every city of substance has an iconic hotel to match. Durban is no exception.
Site of the oldest kingdom in southern Africa, this magical national park also has an abundance of wildlife and beautiful views.
An invigorating alternative to the conventional bush breakaway.
Although regeneration of the inner-city is chequered, there is still plenty to enjoy in South Africa’s third city.
From the archives: a chat I did five years ago with 2018’s visual artist of the year.
The artist Brett Murray chats about his show Again Again, a profoundly personal response to the South Africa’s turbulent political milieu.