The winter school holidays are here and children everywhere will be clamouring to be entertained. Stave off the "I'm bored" refrain – and explore the Northern Cape at the same time – with one of these five ideas.
South Africa is famous for its spectacular wine estates and award-winning wines, but you don’t have to stick to the more traditional wine-growing areas of the Western Cape to enjoy the fruit of its vines.
Vast, open landscapes dotted with hills, or koppies, with characteristic flat tops. Arid veld and cloudless blue skies. Burning heat in summer. Icy nights in winter. Small-town hospitality. Wildlife. And astonishingly clear night skies for stargazing.
The Karoo is all this – and more.
The long weekend is upon us – make the most of it by spending time with family and friends at one of these upcoming events ...
Located in the Northern Cape, around 120km away from Carvanon, the South African collaborative science project will comprise 64 dishes and is set to collect data about the universe around us.
In a bid to expand the tourism industry, the Northern Cape has launched a new Tourism Business Incubator that aims to help develop local small, medium and micro-sized enterprises (SMMEs).
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.
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.