Travelling to South Africa
Cape Town got the nod as the favourite city worldwide from more than 75 000 readers of British news site the Telegraph in the 2013 Telegraph Travel Awards. South Africa's "Mother City" beat runners-up Vancouver and Venice to take the accolade for the second year running.
The Garden Route in South Africa's Western Cape province has been named the
2014 Golf Destination of the Year for Africa and the Gulf States by the global trade
association of the golf tourism industry, IAGTO.
The historic Grain Silos at Cape Town's V&A Waterfront are to be transformed into
South Africa's first museum of contemporary African art. The museum will be a
partnership between German art collector Jochen Zeitz and the V&A Waterfront,
which has committed R500-million to the development.
South African Airways will be increasing flights on its more popular African routes, to destinations in the DRC, Namibia, Zambia and Tanzania, from 7 December, while handing over its Rwanda and Burundi flights to new codeshare partner RwandAir.
South African Airways will continue providing services to and from Argentina, the airline said on Monday. Customers will still be able to travel to Brazil, where SAA operates 11 weekly flights, and between Brazil and Argentina via the airline's Star Alliance partners.
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