South Africa

Source: examiner.com Nine South African cities were chosen to host soccer world cup 2010 matches. See all the teams, all the dates, all the venues, here. 1) Bloemfontein Bloemfontein, City of Roses, is something of an oasis right in the middle of both Free State province and South Africa, with no other major city for … Continue reading “The 9 host cities of South Africa”

Gauteng-aleng

Gauteng is one of South Africa’s well-known provinces. Being one of the smaller provinces in South Africa, it serves as one of the biggest with reference to the economy, population and popularity. With 11 dominant languages and Johannesburg as its capital, it is sure to see that Gauteng offers more than you bargain for. One … Continue reading “Gauteng-aleng”

From land to sea

If you’re not interested in safari’s or staying in a skyscraper hotel during the World Cup, you can always settle for the sea… Article from Suite101.com Luxury Cruise Ships Head to South Africa for Soccer’s Premier Event Two of the world’s biggest and most luxurious cruise ships will dock at South Africa’s harbours during the … Continue reading “From land to sea”

Van Riebeeck landing in the Cape in April of 1652 was the start of great things to come for SA. From that moment, South Africa would come to produce some of the world’s best wines, and would be the first African state to host one of the greatest sporting tournaments in 2010. – Bizcommunity.com South … Continue reading “A taste of South Africa”

Though some people still think South Africa have lions walking around and elephants causing traffic jams, many come to realize that South Africa is not that bad. It is actually quite good, quite great! South Africa is known for its beautiful scenery, amazing range of wildlife, lovely weather, Table Mountain; the list is never-ending. Not only … Continue reading “Welcome to South Africa”