Mail & GuardianPrint & Online News Publication
In April 2019, I contributed several articles the South African Tourism Special Report in the Mail & Guardian.
You can read all of my articles that were published in both the print and online edition, here.
CATEGORY: Feature articles
CLIENT: Mail & Guardian
TYPE: Travel writing
Getting to know the Bo-Kaap
The Slamse Buurt, Schotcheskloof, the Malay Quarter … the colourful Cape Malay district set at the foot of Signal Hill has had many names over the years. Now known as Bo-Kaap, this culturally rich district is the heartbeat of Malay culture, proudly representing its heritage and fighting against gentrification.
Two Week South African Road Trip Itinerary
South Africa is made for road trips. From weekend getaways to extended holidays, there is so much to explore across the country. We’re lucky enough to have good roads traveling to most parts of the country, making for fantastic road trips.
Mini-Guide to Coffee Bay, Eastern Cape
As soon as we turned off the N2 and started our 80km drive to Coffee Bay, I knew that I was going to like this place. The landscape is so raw and beautiful. The green hills scattered with colourful rondavels and free roaming cows seemed endless and I fell in love with them. I probably took about 500 photos on that drive alone.
Five of the best hiking trails in Mpumalanga
Mpumalanga is best known for being home to the Kruger National Park. It’s where most tourists flock to for their great South African safari, and where locals run away to for a serene bush holiday. But few may know that there is a lot more to this province than safaris.