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Boulders Beach, part of the Table Mountain National Park, is basically a sheltered beach made up of inlets between granite boulders, from which the name originated.
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Instead of hitting up one of the larger resorts with private beaches, Alyssa chose to stay at a local hostel in Pangani, which gave a fantastic view of the main community beach.
9 hrs ago | Walta Information Centre
Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn made official the establishment of new entities touted to be instrumental in transforming Ethiopia's tourism industry.
13 hrs ago | The Star Online
Installation services for the Rev. Rebecca S. Jones, new associate pastor of Shelby Presbyterian Church, 226 E. Graham St., Shelby, will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday.
18 hrs ago | MLive.com
The 2004 Grand Blanc High School graduate recently led a group of 28 women on a climb up Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
Funerals in Ghana are not only an occasion to mourn. They are also an opportunity to celebrate the life of the dearly departed.
What's better than the privilege of traveling on one of the world's most lavish trains? Receiving a complimentary hotel night at a stunning hotel to add onto your journey, that's what.
Christy Clark, Alison Redford and Brad Wall were supposed to gather in Regina today for a meeting of what they call the "New West Partnership."
Just six months into his job as head of the corruption-busting Special Investigation Unit , Durban advocate Vas Soni is facing a countrywide revolt by staff who accuse him of closing investigations and running the unit like a "spaza shop".
TAKING advantage of the sheer number of music lovers who descend on the Mother City for the Cape Town International Jazz Festival, an enterprising group have cottoned on to the idea of running a fringe music festival.
Years before Paul Simon found success mixing South African Zulu music with Western folk, British-born singer-songwriter Johnny Clegg was innovating a similar sound.
A western-based militia fighting in the name of parliament has launched an offensive against an autonomy-minded militia in the east that has for months occupied most of Libya's crucial oil facilities - seizing virtual control of the country's most vital resource and almost sole source of cash.
Rosemary Napeyok in the Nadunget Health Center, located in Karamoja, northeastern Uganda, consults a doctor in Kampala over Skype, March 3, 2014.
Eerie, mountain-framed pictures taken by Kaupo Kikkas show the cinema in a ghostly location among sand dunes, rocks and North African heat.
Malta's prime minister said he had spoken to Mr Zeidan on Tuesday while his plane was refuelled on the island.
In this Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013 file photo, Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zidan speaks to the media during a press conference in Rabat, Morocco.