South Africa’s food truck scene is popping, with a boom in the number of mobile kitchens hitting city streets over the past five years.
The curtain fell on the third Kampala International Theatre Festival last weekend, hosting a fascinating array of productions from across the continent.
Perhaps the best way to enjoy a cross-section of Africa’s musical talents is to tap into one of the many music festivals sprouting from Morocco to Malawi.
Hailed as South Africa’s best restaurant and ranked #22 in the world, for The Test Kitchen’s ever-ambitious owner and chef, Luke Dale-Roberts, the sixth anniversary marked the time for a change.
While travelling to and around Congo may take time and a sturdy sense of adventure, the chance to discover this off-the-beaten-track destination makes it well worth the effort, writes Richard Holmes.
It’s good news for travellers to Africa that a number of African airports have an eye fixed firmly on the future, with plans underway to extend, expand and refurbish airport facilities across the continent, reports Richard Holmes.
There was plenty of excitement at the start of the year as the finishing touches were put to the new airport on St. Helena Island. However, test flights show that all is not well for commercial airlines…
Rovos Rail revealed earlier this year that it was to buy the Shongololo Express, branching out into the three- and four-star market with tours traversing South Africa, Namibia, Swaziland, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
When it comes to tourism appeal, Rwanda punches above its weight. From the vibrant streets of Kigali to the famed gorilla trekking in the Volcanoes National Park, it’s a destination drawing an ever-growing number of travellers.
Flying into Africa has never been easier, as global airlines and African carriers expand route networks and improve their on-board product.