3 -min. read Beks Ndlovu from African Bush Camps shares the key insights he gained at the Conservation Lab 2016.
3 -min. read Brent Stapelkamp, who studies and photographs lions as part of the Hwange Lion Research Project in Zimbabwe, reflects on what he learned from his first un-conference experience at the Conservation Lab 2016.
< 1 -min. read Join us and Afro-pop trio Beatenberg for tonight’s Closing Party at Grand Café & Beach!
2 -min. read Feeling peckish? Here’s where to head for top treats on the We Are Africa show floor.
< 1 -min. read Graham Boynton, Travel Editor for Newsweek, asks some of the travel industry’s key players in conservation and community how they think we can fight our way back…
3 -min. read Introducing Verashni Pillay, who joins Masingita Mazibuko and Colin Bell on this year’s Innovation Awards judging panel tasked with selecting the 2016 shortlist.
7 -min. read Between beautiful beaches, safaris, national parks, and cultural exploration, these are four African destinations that will not disappoint…
3 -min. read BUILDING THE WALLS OF EAST AFRICA In previous years, contemporary architecture in Africa has been driven primarily by the Bauhaus principal of
3 -min. read We talk to the second judge for the 2016 Innovation Awards, conservationist Colin Bell, about what he’s looking for from this year’s entries.
2 -min. read INSPIRING INNOVATION: MASINGITA MAZIBUKO We Are Africa’s Innovation Awards are back for 2016 and now accepting applications! Tell us your
3 -min. read Weekend markets have become popular destinations for a truly authentic, African shopping experience.
< 1 -min. read Hear Executive Director & Chief Curator of Zeitz MOCAA, Mark Coetzee, explain how art has a fundamental part to play in rewriting modern Africa’s story, ahead of the opening of the new art museum in Cape Town in 2016
< 1 -min. read Brand strategist Zami Majuqwana takes to the 2015 Conference stage to talk about the role our tribe has to play in rebranding outsiders’ perceptions of the continent
< 1 -min. read Explorer, writer, photographer and maker of documentary ‘Walking The Nile’, Levison Wood takes to the We Are Africa 2015 Conference stage to talk about how his journey changed his story of modern Africa
4 -min. read There are a million reasons why We Are Africa chose Cape Town as our host city. From its breathtaking natural landscapes, ranging from rugged mountaintops to verdant wine valleys, to its explosion of world-class art, food and culture: this is a very modern city with the diversity and forward-thinking attitude required to compete on the global stage.
< 1 -min. read This year saw the second edition of the TWO SHOWS ONE AFRICA alliance between We Are Africa and Indaba, designed to showcase the very best Africa has to offer to the world’s leading travel and tourism buyers over the course of one week
< 1 -min. read We caught up with Councillor Roxanne Hoorn, Chairperson of Tourism Events and Economic Development for City of Cape Town, to hear how We Are Africa is contributing to the Mother City’s bright future, and why she’s proud to be part of the tribe
< 1 -min. read We are Not One Story. We Are Africa. Discover the philosophy behind Not One Story and We Are Africa.