Not only did women invent the dishwasher and chocolate chip cookies but they are also the brainpower behind automotive safety inventions dating as far back as the 1800s.
Five hours on the N7 in a van is unnerving even to the most easy-going traveller. Even so, the scenery is pleasant on the eyes and good for the heart. Philadelphia, Malmesbury, Morreesburg, Piketberg for a quick pitstop to stretch legs, and off we were again.
Did you know that the Constantia Valley is celebrating 333 years of winemaking in the region this year? I'd say it's a pretty good reason to celebrate when so many businesses close their doors after two years.
A glass of heartwarming sweet wine, a couple of smiling faces, and mouth-watering canapes welcomed us upon arrival at Nederburg in Paarl.
From reckless driving to potholes and wild animals, safety is a cause for concern on South African roads. And whilst car safety features continue to improve exponentially with advancements in reinforced chassis, computerised warning systems, and side-impact beams, the position the driver takes inside the cabin is still of utmost importance...
At the end of a week, you have to leave extra early to miss Cape Town's Friday frenzy on the roads - especially if you're heading out of town past the Hottentots Holland mountains for the weekend. We managed to get the wheels of our packed-to-the-rafters 2.0-litre diesel Ford Kuga rolling at midday...
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Friday the 13th is a bit of an urban legend, eerie day for many. I remember my great-grandmother refused to set a foot out of bed on Friday the 13th. Perhaps she had a good reason. Others, on the other hand, have no problem celebrating on a day such as Friday the 13th - Groot Constantia being one of them.
Mauritius is not what I had expected. As our bus travelled from Mahebourg to Port Louis, the lush greens and palm trees reminded me of Port Shepstone.
Each year millions of tourists touchdown in the Mother City for a good time of exploration, nightlife, food, and cultural experiences. From April to June 2016, the Western Cape was the second most visited province in the country with nearly 400,000 tourist arrivals.