The gardens were only officially founded in 1982 as a botanical garden, but there is evidence that the area was popular for picnics and hikes as far back as the early 1800s.
Walter Sisulu has been ranked as the 2nd… Continue reading
The 13th most endangered mammal in the world, the riverine rabbit is South Africa’s second most threatened species after the De Winton’s golden mole. It faces an uncertain future.
The Riverine rabbit is endemic to the central Karoo Desert of… Continue reading
The semi-desert Karoo where the Square Kilometre Array Radio Telescope or SKA – which will be the world’s biggest telescope and one of the biggest scientific projects ever – will be located.
On July 13 to 15 locals and visitors to Franschhoek will celebrate Bastille Day Festival 2012. Locals and visitors to the
valley will be celebrating centuries-old French Huguenot heritage at its annual Bastille Festival.
The focal point at the festival,… Continue reading