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Johannesburg: Liliesleaf Farm has become a cashless site!
Liliesleaf Farm in Johannesburg's suburb of Rivonia, an
award-winning museum which offers visitors an engaging insight into a significant part of South Africa's liberation struggle and one of the country's leading heritage sites, has become a cashless site from the 01 July 2019 and no longer accepts cash as a mode of payment. According to Liliesleaf Farm , all forms of card payments and debit cards are accepted. Liliesleaf Farm is open from Mondays to...»
Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe): ZimParks hikes National Park entrance fees!
The Zimbabwe and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) has increased the entrance fees into the Victoria Falls National Park and the Zambezi National Park in the area of the world-famous Victoria Falls with effect from 11 August 2019. The new entrance fee for locals (both land and river usage) is RTGS$* 30.00/person (from RTGS$ 7.00/person) for the Victoria Falls National Park and RTGS$ 20.00/person...»

EN - GB - 234x60 - Banner Accommodation of the Week (34/2019)
Natwange Backpackers in Lusaka, Zambia
• Superb 9.1
• Stunning pool
• Clean rooms
• Great location Tour of the Day
Remote St Helena
Duration: 10 days
Route: Johannesburg to Johannesburg
Countries: South Africa, St Helena
Kenya Airways introduces two additional weekly fligths between Nairobi <> Cape Town!
The flag carrier of Kenya, Kenya Airways, will introduce two additional direct flights between Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) in Nairobi and Cape Town International Airport (CPT) in Cape Town. The additional service will commence from 27 October 2019 on board a Boeing 737-800. This expansion is in addition to Kenya Airways' flights already operating via Livingstone in Zambia (four times a week),...»
South Africa: Travellers from four new countries have been granted visa-free status!
South Africa's Minister of Home Affairs, Aaron Motsoaledi, has announced that nationals from four of the seven countries he granted visa-free status during his Budget Vote speech in July 2019 are now able to travel to South Africa without visas. Effective today (15 August 2019), travellers from Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and New Zealand no longer require a visa to visit South Africa for holidays,...»
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