Internet discoveries for March

Internet discoveries for March

Worldwide’s unique World Guide is as proudly South African as rugby and braai on a Saturday! Here you can find almost everything you need to lessen the longing for home, even a restaurant where you can order proper braaivleis. This month’s businesses in the Spotlight....
Hiking through Yorkshire’s Raincliffe Woods

Hiking through Yorkshire’s Raincliffe Woods

Raincliffe Woods is made up of just over 150 hectares of ancient woodland, and is home to many species of trees, including the native alder, hazel and ash. In the woods you can also find areas of Western red cedar – a large tree introduced from America. These trees...
Five snacks that South Africans abroad miss the most

Five snacks that South Africans abroad miss the most

What is your favourite South African snack? Perhaps Eat-Sum-Mor, Lemon Cream biscuits, Provitas or Ouma’s buttermilk rusks? Since 2017, many South Africans have struggled to import South African products into the United Kingdom. This is apparently because of South...
A name that means something

A name that means something

As with any country that undergoes a drastic regime change, South Africa also underwent changes in the names of places over the last 20 or so years. Place names (or toponyms) in almost all instances have unique stories attached to it, and it is precisely this historic...

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