The Northern Cape is making strides in its education system by implementing steps to introduce the indigenous Nama language in its schools. The province will be the first to do so in the country, and this is aimed at fostering inclusivity within South African schools.
South Africa is a resource-scarce country and all citizens are encouraged to be as eco-conscious as possible, no matter where they are. The Northern Cape is known for being a dry, semi-desert region with a unique eco-system. If you’re planning to travel around our gorgeous province, here’s how you can lower your overall impact on the environment.
Known for its hospitality, warmth and rich history, the Northern Cape is about unfussy, wholesome food prepared according to family tradition and history.
The Northern Cape has implemented a renewable energy plan, with ongoing development of solar projects in the province.
As South Africa’s most arid province, the Northern Cape is prone to fires, especially during the hotter months. If you’re planning to visit the region this year, take note of these basic safety and fire-prevention tips.
If you’re visiting the Northern Cape with your family soon, here’s a list of adventures you and your loved ones can enjoy all year round.
If you love the outdoors, seeing unspoilt landscapes or just want a break, then visiting the Northern Cape coast will be perfect for you. We’ve rounded up a few great attractions along this often overlooked coastline.
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park incorporates the Gemsbok National Park in Botswana and the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park in the Northern Cape province. We’ve put together a guide of what you can look forward to when visiting this huge nature reserve.
Whether you’re visiting our small coastal towns or exploring the rest of the Northern Cape, there’s plenty to see within our province. Here’s how you can be an eco-conscious tourist over the festive season ...
When you think of South African wine, the Western Cape’s Cape Winelands come to mind. However, viticulture also extends to other regions in South Africa, including the Northern Cape.
Historic Kimberley is famous for its diamond-mining past and its gaping, man-made Big Hole. The award-winning tourist attraction is a hit with local and international crowds.
The Lilizela Tourism Awards are an important accolade and acknowledgement for tourism establishments and service providers all around South Africa.
The fastest race car in the history of humankind rolled out for the first time in public on Thursday 26 October 2017 – the Bloodhound SSC (supersonic car) reached speeds of 321.8km/h (200mph) on the Cornwall Airport Newquay runway in the United Kingdom.
The historic ‡Khomani Cultural Landscape was inscribed as a World Heritage Site in July this year. This brings to two the number of World Heritage Sites in the province of extremes, the other being the Richtersveld Cultural and Botanical Landscape.