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“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other. � Mother Teresa

Travel on the Blue Train and Enjoy your Window to the soul of South Africa ONE OF South Africa’s most well-known tourism icons. The Blue Train has an aura of mystique about it.   Kings and presidents have travelled on this magnificent moving fivestar hotel. Its very name has become synonymous with the ultimate in luxury and personal service.   As the ever-changing scenery flashes past the windows, guests can savour exquisite meals freshly prepared on board by top chefs. Our meals are complemented by the best wines South Africa has to offer.   The suites on The Blue Train live up to its reputa­tion for magnificence and splendour. The finest bed linen, marble tiles and gold fittings in the bathrooms and sheer opulence all ensure that guests will never forget the time they spend on The Blue Train.   Corporate companies now have the oppor­tunity to tailor-make their own Blue Train route. The train can be chartered for strategic meetings, product launches, VIP cocktail parties, Christmas lunches, dinners

and even weddings, with a variety of different routes as an option.   The Conference Car, which is found in one of the two train sets, accommodates up to 22 delegate­s, is fully equipped with audio-visual and technical equipment for a high level busines­s meeting or a small conference. Hanlie Kotze, Acting Executive Manager of The Blue Train, comments: “For over 65 years The Blue Train has enjoyed international reputation as one of the world’s unsurpass­ed luxury experiences. Our corporate client­s can tailor-make a charte­r with a difference­. For example, a Golfing or Safari Charter, with the train stopping at or near golf courses or game lodge­s that are situated along a rail route. As long as the option they choose involves rail networks that are compatible with The Blue Train’s tech­nology, it can be arranged! Full catering and bar facilities are available on board”. 

ENQUIRIES & RESERVATIONS Pretoria Tel: +27 12-334-8459 / Cape Town Tel: +27 21-449-2672 Visit our web site for departure dates and prices.

Luxury is Better when Shared — before or after — Complimentary “Value Add” Ask for the Special Offer including 1 overnight stay at either 131 on Herbert Baker in Pretoria — or — The Taj in Cape Town Breakfast and transfer between the hotel and the station.

Overlooking the expansive city of Pre­ to­ria, close to city centr­e, 131 reflect­s tasteful elegance combined with excep­tion­al attention to detail. This “hidden treasure” offer­s exquisite in­ ter­iors, impeccable service and fine cuisin­e, and truly is South Africa’s best kept secret.

Close to Government Avenue, the old Company Gardens, Green­market Square, St George’s Cathedral & Mall, the Taj suites, guestrooms and resi­ den­ces offer magnificent views of the Mother City and Table Mountain. The hotel combines rich history and ele­ gant contemporary architecture. The Special Offer is valid until end 2013 (subject to availability). Terms & Conditions apply.

The Publisher & Editor welcome you to Southern Africa THANK YOU to all stakeholders and partners, our readers and visitors to Southern Africa, for your support since the launch of the 1st Edition.   Discerning travellers are encouraged to visit our website to sample various destinations and products prior to planning their itinerary. The attention to detail by our professional consultants will assure that you get the best, according to your budget and specific requests.   Your feedback will assist us to continuously enhance our services through the multi-level, informative and promotional channels we provide. All visitors and partners are welcome to interact on Facebook. Kwakye Doncor Publisher

BE INSPIRED. May our sunshine, nature, vibrant and colorful society find a special place in your heart.   For passionate golfers, a vast selection of clubs will test your skills. Facilities are superb. The fairways, greens and courses reflect design expertise and development by some of the greatest golfers. The PGA and Sunshine Tour have raised the level of golf in South Africa ranking it as one of the finest global golf destinations.   Renowned for our wildlife, the conservation areas set aside to preserve the natural heri­ tage, offer many choices that will surpass your expectations. Knowledgeable game rangers will guide you on safaris. For close-up game encounters join a walking safari, an open allwheel-drive game drive, or a river-lake cruise. Little compares with the thrill of hearing lion roar under star-lit nights, whilst you share a campfire.   Heritage portrays the history of our peoples, origins and natural phenomena. You will be enthralled when captivated by the stories and places.   Our traditional culinary delights, African feasts, braais and buffets, with a choice of fine wines, will enrich your taste buds and palette.   Complete your visit with the pampering, de-stressing and rejuvenating that skilled therapist­s offer at wellness retreats, salons and spas.   Whilst Southern Africa cares for its sustainability of resources, we offer many economic w w w.sagolfandlei s u re. co . za

opportunit­ies. Your investment and expertise will generate growth, contribute to balancing local community and family life, as well as bringing additional strength to infra-structure.   May this 3rd Edition motivate you to visit and explore the diversity provided by this subcontinent. Stefan Gennrich Editor

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South Africa’s Minister of Tourism, The Honourable Marthinus van Schalkwyk WELCOME.   South Africa’s status as a premier global leisure destination is now firmly established. We have the capability and the means, the welcoming culture, and the varied, textured, beautiful destination that the world’s travellers – ever more demanding and discerning – want when they choose a destination. During the last five years, South Africa has outpaced the growth of all competitor locations in the leisure arrivals category. Foreign direct spend in rand terms has grown faster than arrivals, with an 11% per-annum growth rate. South Africa’s tourism industry has also managed to build on the momentum achieved during a record-breaking 2010 by growing a further 3,3% and attracting over 8,3 million international tourists in 2011.   Tourism is poised to play a greater role than ever before, both on the global stage and in the lives of South Africans. However, tourism is about much more than the policies, statistics and objectives that often talked about. It is about people. Being a labour-intensive sector with a supply chain that cascades deep into the national economy and across all communities, tourism is positioned as a priority sector in Government’s planning and policy frameworks. In South Africa, as in the rest of the world, tourism remains one of the fastest-growing economic sectors, with huge potential for future job creation and social inclusion, in particular with regard to women and young people.   Our country as a whole embodies a very distinct fabric of interwoven cultures and the world’s eyes have opened up to the beauty, diversity of experiences, and endless possibilities that South Africa has to offer like never before. The surge of visitors and sustained growth in tourism to South Africa since the World Cup is a testament to this and we continue to invest heavily in creating intrigue for our country’s broad spectrum of lifestyle experiences. We are indeed ‘a world in one country’, from our awe-inspiring environment through to the warmth and friendliness of our people.

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Marthinus van Schalkwyk Minister of Tourism REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA

MESSAGE from the Professional Golfers Association of South Africa We invite you to South Africa, the home of perfect weather, wild game, championship golf courses and Major Championship Winners FOR THE THIRD year in a row, a South African professional golfer has triumphed in a Major Champion­ship and the continued success of South African Golfers on the world stage can be attributed to numerous factors. South Africa is blessed with over 500 golf courses and superb golfing weather that allows the game to be played all-year round from the borders of the famous Kruger National Park to the Southern tip of the African continent with spectacular views of the Indian Ocean.   South Africa is blessed with numerous championship layouts that have been brought to the attention of the world through the global success of South African stars such as the late Bobby Locke, Gary Player, Ernie Els, Retief Goosen, Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen. Their passion for the game of golf is matched by the enthusiasm and expertise of the PGA of South Africa Golf Professionals who will ensure that every golf experience will be a memorable one. Our passionate PGA Professionals will improve your game through a once off lesson or a series of lessons.   Imagine playing golf on cliff edges with roaring waves pounding the rocks far below. Be patien­t while antelope cross the fairway and momentarily delay your game. Crocodiles and hippos are at home in water hazards adding excitement to your gentle stroll around the course. Test your skill on world famous venues and courses that have been designed by the greatest golfers of all time. Golf resorts offer diverse entertainment, accommodation of the highest star grading and restaurants that dish up the finest food that the country has to offer.   South Africa loves the game of golf and all that is associated with the beautiful game. PGA coaches are there to improve your swing and game while still offering the finest golfing equipment and clothing that our top golfers endorse. Come to South Africa, share the banter of the 19th hole, conclude business relationships, form lasting friendships and above all, share the love of the game of golf. Ivano Ficalbi CHIEF EXECUTIVE PROFESSIONAL GOLFERS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA

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LETTER FROM THE SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Welcome to South Africa — one of the world’s great golfing destinations IN THE international golfing world, South Africa’s reputation is sky-high. The Majors Tournament exploits of the likes of Retief Goosen, Charl Schwartzel, Louis Oosthuizen, Trevor Immelman and the ever-green Ernie Els have ensured South African golf's extremely lofty global reputation is well-deserved and secure.   But while the exploits of our golfers at famous courses such as Augusta, Wentworth and St Andrew­s have given our country’s standing a huge boost, it has also enhanced South Africa’s status as a golfing destination par excellence.   For golfing enthusiasts, South Africa offers the chance to play a round of golf alongside the ocean and watch the whales play in the waves as your golfing buddies tee off or to putt for a birdie in the middle of the pristine South African bush, as wild antelope graze close by or the cry of the fish eagle pierces the big, blue sky. For all golfers, South Africa offers a break from your business schedules at one of our over 400 unforgettable, unique golf courses — many featuring on the world golfing circuit.   This country offers every visitor — and certainly every golf lover — the opportunity to fulfill their dreams. Ours is the ultimate sporting destination, be it playing on our world-renowned golf courses, the thrill of the extreme: bunji-jumping, paragliding, surfing, caving or being challenged by our off-road trails.   But our country offers so much more than sport. It offers the chance to reach for the stars and to feel the universe embrace you under the brilliant clarity of the southern night sky or a chance to treat yourself to our variety of fine dining venues. Hospitality meets you at every turn. From the super luxurious hotels, lodges and resorts to intimate and cultural accommodation establishments, we offer you an infinite choice of overnight options.   Our cosmopolitan cities, country towns and villages will amaze you. The cultural rainbow of our nation brings many lifestyles, traditions, and languages for you to interact with.   Are you interested in safari and wildlife? Yes, take your pick. There are private lodges and reserves, national parks and wilderness regions to suit every pocket.   Our selection and choice of wines suit every palette. There’s a red, white, rosé and sparkling wine to pair with the culinary delights of every description.   Be revitalized at our spas, wellness centres and retreats, that will refresh and restore your mind and body.   We open our doors to you. Share the beauty of our country. Experience the African hospitality — let ‘ubuntu’ and warmth of our people make you feel at home. INFORMATI O N Call Centre: +27 (0)83 123 6789 Head Office: +27 (0)11 895 3000




We welcome you with open arms and hearts and the warmest, widest of smiles, excited to receive you to our shores, homes and braais COME AND EXPERIENCE our hospitality wherever you go and get in touch with our wide variety of fascinating cultures and local traditions. Our people are ready to show you our country’s natural wonders­, draw you into the rhythm and soul of Africa, give you close encounters with our regal wildlife and take you on an unforgettable journey through our ancient and recent past.   Visiting South Africa is affordable. Experience the ultimate combo of nature, wildlife, culture, adventure, heritage and sunshine.   Sunny South Africa, with over 300 days of sunshine a year, invites you to enjoy the outdoors, play golf year-round and take advantage of the nearly 3 000km coastline …   The world-class facilities, be they Afro-chic or authentic African will make you feel at home. It is easy to get around, there’s comfortable accommodation, great food and diverse venues to interact with locals.   Our Rainbow Nation celebrates all its African and

immigrant cultures. Our friendly people invite you to try your tongue in communicating in at least one of our 11 official languages! Action & Adventure: As adventure capital of the world there is something for everyone. From hikin­g trails, caving, abseiling, white water kayaking, off-shore diving to off-road routes, all offer thrilling extreme experiences. Culinary delights: From traditional comfort food to Michelin-star dining; a hearty shebeen buffet, or a gourmet banquet beneath a star-strewn African sky, will have your taste buds satisfied with mouthwatering local soul food. Cultural diversity: Experience cultural interaction that is real and inspiring. Whether you spend a day in a Zulu village or a city township; a week in a Xhosa household or escape to a typical South African farm, you’ll find our people hospitable and friendly.

Golf enthusiasts will appreciate the large selection of world class courses located throughout the country. A golfing safari means literally encounter­ ing game on the greens. Certain golf courses are eithe­r right next to game parks, or are part of them. Don’t be surprised to find crocodiles in the water hazards, giraffes munching the trees, and impala nibbling the fairways. Human Rights: The struggle for democracy inspires and touches of millions lives. Visit the Heritage Sites and museums. Be a part of our journey to freedom as you walk in the footsteps of some of the greatest living freedom icons in history. Natural Heritage: South Africa is blessed with scenic splendour and natural landscapes – soaring mountain peaks and passes, dense and ancient forests, miles of unspoiled coastline, rivers to sooth or thrill you, and rolling flower fields and grasslands of every hue. There are places to be still, places to inspire you, places to explore or to simply revel in

the joyous gift of nature. Shopping: From off-the-beaten-track curio markets filled with collectable handicrafts, to bargainstuffed flea markets, and glitzy malls in our big cities with the latest must-have name brands, shop-a-holics are spoilt for choice. The favourable exchange rate makes retail therapy last longer too. Spas and wellness centres, each with their specialized treatments and therapies, spoil you with choice to indulge your senses, relax and rejuvenate. Scented traditional balms made with indigenous oils and ingredients will have you stress-free and feeling like African royalty in no time. Wildlife safaris will exceed your expectations. The diverse palette of National Parks and awardwinning safari lodges in Mpumalanga, Limpopo, Kwa Zulu Natal and the Eastern Cape, offer luxury, impeccable service and cuisine, soothing spa’s and superlative wildlife. Encounter the Big Five, Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhinoceros and Buffalo; and the Little 5, the Elephant Shrew, Ant Lion, Rhinoceros Beetle, Buffalo Weaver and Leopard Tortoise. Magnificent Marine experiences can include whale watching, going eye-to-eye with Tiger sharks, cagediving with Great Whites, being charmed by urban penguins, snorkeling beside whale sharks and be entranced on a moonlit beach as new-born turtle hatchlings make their bid for life in the ocean. Wine connoisseurs will appreciate visiting estates producing their favorite labels. Wine Tasting is possible at most vineyards. The wine regions stretch from the western to the far northern Cape. Our Port and Brandy routes are renowned too. Where there’s fabulous wine, a South African Feast will satisfy your culinary palette.

Whatever, however, with-who-ever, may South Africa be your destination of choice.

Forward on Tshwane Open

The City of Tshwane to host the Tshwane Open TSHWANE IS A COSMOPOLITAN city with a rich heritage and cultural diversity. It is also the diplomatic capital of South Africa. Owing to its location, heritage and economic activity, it attracts travellers of all kinds — business, leisure, health and sport.   The Tshwane of today is one of the most sophisticated and promising emerging markets globally. The unique combination of a highly developed economic infrastructure and huge emergent market economy has given rise to a strong entrepreneurial and dynamic investment environment.   This magnificent destination is not only about business, but also offers an array of experiences ranging from diversity of cultures, heritage, entertainment, wildlife, outdoor experiences and good weather all year round. Sport, arts and culture, research and development, industry, learning and the business of running the nation are all captured in the daily lives of the city’s 2.5 million residents who make this city what it is. Tshwane is also the home to more than seventeen magnificent golf courses.   The City of Tshwane is proud to associate itself with the Sunshine Tour which will host a PGA tournament known as the Tshwane Open, being held at one of Tshwane’s most magni­ ficent golf courses, the Copperfield Golf Estate. The Sunshine Tour represents the highest level of competition for male professional golfers in Southern Africa. The Tshwane Open is a 72-hole full-field event co-sanctioned by the European Tour and the Sunshine Tour and is one of six founding professional golf tours that make up the International Federation of PGA Tours. It will be the sixth and last co-sanctioned event on the Sunshine Tour during summer 2012/13.   I am inviting you to come and experience the splendour of the City of Tshwane and experi­ence the inauguration of the Tshwane Open, a PGA-Sanctioned tournament from 28 February to 03 March 2013 at the Ernie Els Copperleaf in Centurion — Tshwane. Councillor Kgosientso Ramokgopa THE EXECUTIVE MAYOR CITY OF TSHWANE

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We welcome you to the City of Ekurhuleni – the Place of Peace, Aerotropolis and gateway to Africa and the world. HOSTING THE 102nd edition of the SA Open Golf Championship, the second oldest golf tourna­ment after the British Open, some of the best professional golfers in the world, will enjoy the golf, the offerings and investment opportunities Ekurhuleni has to offer. The event will once again be taking place at the majestic Serengeti Golf Estate in Kempton Park.   This gigantic tournament provides exposure for our City to approximately 300 million homes in forty-one countries. Ekurhuleni is a preferred destination for national and international sporting and cultural events and investment. This is in line with our Growth and Development Strategy 2055 which is informed by the Gauteng Global City Region plans.   The hosting of the SA Open also speaks to our triangular vision for sport, with mass participation at the base and elite championship sport at the apex. The SA Open sits at the apex of this triangle, as one of the world’s most prestigious tournament for professional golfers. The Richer Future Foundation, is the charity arm of the SA Open, currently working with previously disadvantaged golf clubs from Ekurhuleni, namely the Tembisa and Daveyton Golf Clubs, supporting them in various self-development initiatives. Last year the South African

LOCATIONS Alberton, Benoni, Boksburg, Brakpan, Daveyton, Duduza, Edenvale, Etwatwa, Germiston, Katlehong, Kempton, Kwa Thema, Nigel, Springs, Tembisa, Thokoza, Tsakane, Vosloorus

Golf Development Board (SAGDB) invited participation in the Kids Golf Development pro-


gramme held at the Daveyton Golf Club. 93 children participated from Tembisa, Daveyton,

Art galleries Clinics Customer care centre (CCC) Libraries Licensing Offices Mini Disposal Sites Recycle collection sites Schools Solid waste depots

KwaThema and Tsakane. This year the city target aims to double this figure.   In conclusion, after having tested the Jack Nicklaus-designed course myself, I must say it surely will continue to make an impression on the professionals as it has on the South African golf landscape.   I wish all the golfers the best during the tournament and may Golf be the winner. Mondli Gungubele EXECUTIVE MAYOR, CITY OF EKURHULENI

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The City of Cape Town prides itself on being one of the most caring, inclusive and well run cities in South Africa WE ARE particularly proud of our immense natural beauty — from the shores of False Bay, to the wine lands of the Stellenbosch district, and everything in between.   The FIFA World Cup provided us with a valuable boost to start revamping our public transport service, and already more than 4 million passenger journeys have been reported on our MyCiTi bus network.   These buses already connect the airport and the city centre with the Table View area along our West Coast. Future phases will include connecting routes to our beaches and sea-side play zones. Your oversized luggage, such as surf-boards and golf bags, is more than welcome on board. Eventually, this safe and effective network will cover the entire Cape Peninsula.   Ahead of 2014 — the year in which Cape Town will Cape Town Tourism +27 (0)21 487 6800 +27 (0)86 132 2223

officially hold the title as World Design Capital — we have embarked on a number of creative design initiatives. One immediate visible result was the relocation of the golf course on the Green Point Common, which now forms part of the Cape Town Stadium precinct. We have also invite­d student­s from the University of Cape Town to assis­t us with ideas on how to finish the unfinished freeway, which you will see in the City Centre.   Cape Town is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city with a creative ability that ranks among the best in the world. The City offers everything the business or leisure traveller might require — from top-class accommodation, to safe and reliable transit. It’s not “all work and no play” either; there is more than enough to entertain you.   We hope you enjoy your stay in the Mother City. We are happy to welcome you to our shores.



The iLembe Region was named to honour King Shaka’s Zulu Kingdom along KwaZulu-Natal’s North Coast, extending 110 km from Umhlanga Rocks just north of Durba­n, up to Amatikulu River. Tel: +27 (0)32 947 1256

THE iLembe Region with its unique mix of luxury resorts and wide variety of affordable accommodation, has long been recognized as a prime domestic and international holiday destination. Patches of coastal forest give way to rolling green hills of sugar cane, which, in turn, spill into the rich hinterland of the province. Its ever-present sea views and magnifi­cent beaches are what this holiday destination is all about and its warm-all-year-round weather means you can swim, sunbathe, surf and fish from early spring right through to winter’s end.   The North Coast boasts a rich cultural heritage with strong Eastern, African, European and French Mauritian influences, a unique cultural mix, which provides fascinating insights into the history of this part of the world. INVESTMENT, EMPLOYMENT AND PRODUCTION Glittering natural assets abound. Local and global investors have invested some R2 billion in tourism projects in the past two years. Developers have recognized the value of its unspoilt natural environment and have adopted an approach that puts residents and guests directly in touch with the region’s natural beauty. VINEYARDS The iLembe Vineyards Project is an agro processing busi-

ness with an Agri Tourism component. It takes three years for vineyards to be planted before they can be harvested. The ultimate goal of the project is to capitalize on the catalytic effect of a vineyard, and the ability to create econo­mically viable projects and industries supporting and surrounding the vineyards.   The objective of the project is to plant and harvest vines with the intention of producing some or all of the following i.e. wine, brandy, juice and the production of table grapes. Villard Blanc has been identified as a grape cultivar that is ideal for the coastline of KwaZulu-Natal as it is resistant to humidity.







The vast and arid Northern Cape is by far the largest province, slightly bigger than Germany and taking up nearly a third of South Africa’s land area. Yet it has the country’s smallest population, around 1-million people, and an extremely roomy population density of three people per square kilometre. The province lies to the south of its most important asset, the mighty Orange River.

North West lies in the north of South Africa on the Botswana border, fringed by the Kalahari desert in the west, Gauteng province to the east, and the Free State to the south. It is known as the Platinum Province for the wealth of the metal it has underground.

If three pyramids are the symbol of Africa’s far north, then a flat-topped mountain is the symbol of its far south. Cape Town nestles in the curve of Table Mountain at the start of the hook-shaped Cape Peninsula, which ends in the jagged cliffs of Cape Point. The Western Cape lies on southern tip of Africa, however the most-southern point is in fact at Cape Agulhas, some 200km east of Cape Town.

Capital: Kimberley Languages: 68% Afrikaans, 20.8% Setswana, 2.5% English Population: 1 103 900 (2010) Share of SA population: 2.3% Area: 372 889 square kilometres Share of total SA area: 30.5% Read more: geography/northern-cape.htm

Capital: Mafikeng Major city: Potchefstroom Languages: 65.4% Setswana, 7.5% Afrikaans, 5.8% isiXhosa Population: 3 200 900 (2010) Share of SA population: 7.1% Area: 106 512 square kilometres Share of total SA area: 8.7% Read more: geography/north-west.htm

Capital: Cape Town Languages: 55.3% Afrikaans, 23.7% isiXhosa, 19.3% English Population: 5 223 900 (2010) Share of SA population: 10% Area: 129 462 square kilometres Share of total area: 10.6% Read more: geography/western-cape.htm






Gauteng, in Sesotho means “place of gold”, with only 1.4% of South Africa’s land area, the tiny province of Gauteng punches way above its weight, contributing 33% to the national economy and a phenomenal 10% to the GDP of the entire African continent.

The Eastern Cape, lying on the southeastern South African coast, is a region of great natural beauty, particularly the rugged cliffs, rough seas and dense green bush of the stretch known as the Wild Coast.

The Free State lies in the heart of South Africa, with the Kingdom of Lesotho nestling in the hollow of its bean-like shape. Lying between the Vaal River in the north and the Orange River in the south, the region is one of flat, rolling grassland and crop fields, rising to lovely sandstone mountains in the northeast, and is the granary of South Africa

Capital: Johannesburg Languages: 21.5% isiZulu, 14.4% Afrikaans, 13.1% Sesotho, 12.5% English Population: 11 191 700 (2010) Share of SA population: 22.4% Area: 16 548 square kilometres Share of total SA area: 1.4%

Capital: Bisho Major city: Port Elizabeth / Nelson Mandela Bay Languages: 83.4% isiXhosa, 9.3% Afrikaans, 3.6% English Population: 6 743 800 (2010) Share of total SA population: 13.5% Area: 168 966 square kilometres Share of total SA area: 13.9%

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Capital: Bloemfontein Languages: 64.4% Sesotho, 11.9% Afrikaans, 9.1% isiXhosa Population: 2 824 500 (2010) Share of SA population: 5.7% Area: 129 825 square kilometres Share of total SA area: 10.6% Read more: geography/free-state.htm







Mpumalanga – “the place where the sun rises” – is a province with spectacular scenic beauty and an abundance of wildlife, lying in the northeast of South Africa, and is bordered by the countries of Mozambique and Swaziland to the east and Gauteng to the west. In the eastern region lies the southern half of the magnificent Kruger National Park, a nature reserve teeming with African wildlife in a total area roughly the size of Israel.

Limpopo is South Africa’s northernmost province, lying within the great curve of the Limpopo River. It is a region of contrasts, from true bushveld country to majestic mountains, primeval indigenous forests, unspoilt wilderness and patchworks of farmland.

The garden province of South Africa, KwaZuluNatal is a subtropical region of lush and wellwatered valleys, washed by the warm Indian Ocean. One of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, the province stretches from Port Edward in the south to the borders of Swaziland and Mozambique to the north. Sugar-cane is the mainstay of KwaZulu-Natal’s agriculture.

Capital: Nelspruit Languages: 30.8% siSwati, 26.4% isiZulu, 12.1% isiNdebele Population: 3 617 600 (2010) Share of SA population: 7.4% Area: 76 495 square kilometres Share of total SA area: 6.3% Read more: geography/mpumalanga.htm

Capital: Polokwane Languages: 52.1% Sesotho, 22.4% Xitsonga, 15.9% Tshivenda Population: 5 439 600 (2010) Share of SA population: 10.9% Area: 125 755 square kilometres Share of total SA area: 10.3% Read more: geography/limpopo.htm

Read more: geography/kwazulu-natal.htm#ixzz1bSCzxVLJ Capital: Pietermaritzburg Major city: Durban Languages: 80.9% isiZulu, 73.6% English, 1.5% Afrikaan­s Population: 10 645 400 (2010) Share of SA population: 21.3% Area: 94 361 square kilometres Share of total SA area: 7.7% Read more: geography/kwazulu-natal.htm 30


OUTHERN AFRICA offers you a myriad of unique opportunities for business and pleasure in settings so beautiful it will take your breath away. Vibrantly contrasting colours, scents and sounds will delight you against a backdrop of endlessly varying topography, climate and traditions.   The Regional Tourism Organisation of Southern Africa (RETOSA) is a Southern African

Welcome to Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) body responsible for the development of Tourism, through the marketing and promotion of sustainable regional tourism in 14 countries. Working in close cooperation with the national tourism organisations, the private sector and media partners, RETOSA undertakes suitable projects to promote tourism investment and affect transformation through public-sector facilitation.   A multi-country journey in this enticingly diverse region offers many business opportunities and promises the holiday of a lifetime. You will take with you memories that will bring you back again and again.   Southern Africa, the ‘Essence of Africa’ offers more than awe-inspiring nature, fascinating history and diverse cultures. Here your every wish will be granted. You will be enchanted, not only by the hospitality but also by the region’s unmistakable pulse – sometimes gentle and slow, at other times thrilling and invigorating.   Look into this wonderland. Experience the energies Southern Africa offers.

ANGOLA Enjoy summer temperatures all year in this country of natural beauty, rivers, waterfalls, scenic coastline and a unique culture of Portuguese and traditional African elements. Neighbours: DRC, Zambia, Namibia and Republic of Congo. Activities: Beaches and water sports in Luanda; game viewing, bird watching and river cruises in the Kissama National Park; climbing the TundaVala volcanic fissure; driving the Leba Pass; pho­ to­graphing the dunes in the Iona National Park. 31

Welcome to Southern Africa LESOTHO Experience this “Mountain Kingdom” and “Kingdom in the Sky” with its natural beauty, rich flora and fauna, absorbing prehistoric and cultural heritage. Neighbours: Surrounded by South Africa Activities: Climbing Thaba Bosiu; shopping in Maseru; game viewing, bird watching and pony trekking in the Sehlabathebe National Park; enjoying water sports at the Katse Dam; skiing in the Maloti Mountains.

BOTSWANA The natural beauty of Botswana is found in its land formations, wilderness, wildlife and cultural diversity. Neighbours: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Zambia. Activities: Water safaris, walking and elephantback safaris, and game-viewing by aircraft or helicopt­er in the Okavango Delta; 4x4 wilder­ness travelling in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO (DRC) A country suitable for the more intrepid of explorer. Neighbours: Central African Republic, Sudan, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, Angola, Republic of Congo and Tanzania. Activities: Cruising on the Congo River; sightseeing in Kinshasha; visiting Lake Kivu and the volcanoes of the Virunga mountain range; boating, rafting or hiking through the rainforest; visiting the mountain gorillas.

MALAWI Neighbours: Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique Activities: Kayaking, snorkelling and scuba-diving off the pristine beaches of Lake Malawi; horseback safaris in Nyika National Park; exploring Chongoni rock art; climbing Mount Mulanje. 32

Welcome to Southern Africa lying between 480 km and 1600 km from East African coast, includes 41 spectacular granitic islands, 74 sparkling sand cays and atolls. During the North West Trade Winds, October to March, the sea is generally calm and the weather warm and humid. Major activities: Glass-bottom boating; water sports such as snorkelling, sailing or surfing; island-hopping; visiting natural reserves and marine parks; horse-riding; guided nature tours. SOUTH AFRICA is described in more detail.

MAURITIUS An Indian Ocean, paradise island in the sun. Major activities: Snorkelling, scuba diving and ‘undersea strolls’; water sports such as kayaking, jet skiing, parasailing and windsurfing; hiking in the Black River Gorges National Park; visiting Le Morne Brabant. MOZAMBIQUE Natural beauty, wildlife and historic heritage provide excellent opportunities for beach, cultural, and eco-tourism adventure.

Neighbours: South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Angola. Major activities: balloon ride over the dunes of Sossusvlei; hiking in the Fish River Canyon; flying over the Skeleton Coast; safari in Etosha National Park. SEYCHELLES This group of about 115 islands form 6 distinct groups: the Inner Islands, The Amirantes, Southern Coral, Alphonse, Farquhar, and Aldabra, all

Neighbours: South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania and Malawi. Activities: Kayaking, sailing, dhow trips and snorkelling; visiting the Bazaruto Marine Park and the historical Ilha de Mozambique; game viewing and bird watching in the Gorongosa National Park. NAMIBIA Sublime sunsets and many natural wonders draw adventurers and nature lovers to arid region. The silent beauty of its landscapes will penetrate your heart and soul. Behind a hot, dry and sparsely populated appearance lies a treasure trove of wildlife and geological wonders.

SWAZILAND Experience the wild beauty of the country and her people. Visit community-run tourist attractions, where the residents will open their hearts and homes to share their heritage with you. Neighbours: South Africa and Mozambique. Activities: Visiting the Swazi Cultural Village and the King Sobhuza II Memorial Park; horse-back safaris and guided walks in the Hlane Royal National Park; hiking in the The Malolotja Nature Reserve. 33

Welcome to Southern Africa TANZANIA


More than 25 per cent of Tanzania’s land covers 13 national parks, 29 game reserves, 40 controlled conservation and marine areas, as well as Roof of Africa - Mount Kilimanjaro.

A land of abundance, glorious sunsets, friendly people, ancient traditions, mystic legends and nature at its wildest and most exquisite await you.

Neighbours: Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, the DRC, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique.

Neighbours: Tanzania, the DRC, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia and Angola.

Be enchanted by friendly smiles, natural wonders, wildlife, ancient history and exciting adventure.

Activities: Scenic flights over the Victoria Falls; swimming in the Devil’s Pool above the falls; white-water rafting and other water sports; river

Neighbours: South Africa, Botswana, Zambia and Mozambique.

Activities: Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro; visiting Zanzibar; game viewing and bird watching in the Serengeti; visiting the Ngorogoro Crater; taking a boat trip on Lake Victoria.

cruises; elephant-back rides; walking with lions, game drives in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park; walking safaris in the South Luangwa National Park. ZIMBABWE

Activities: Flights over the Victoria Falls; sunset cruises on the Zambezi River; bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls Bridge; river rafting and other water sports; swinging through the gorge; elephant-back rides; walking with lions; visiting the Great Zimbabwe National Monument.

Tel: (011) 315 2420 Website:

“The more I practice the luckier I get.” Gary Player



The Sunshine Tour is one of six founding professional golf tours that makes up the International Federation of PGA Tours. BASED IN South Africa, with several tournaments in neighbouring African states, the Sunshine Tour stages professional tournaments throughout the year. It’s flagship events include the venerable SA Open Championship, the Telkom PGA Championship and SA Masters, while it now has six tournaments that are co-sanctioned with the PGA European Tour.   The Sunshine Tour has been the starting point for many professionals who have gone on to dominate the world professional golf and, since World War II, only the USA has produced more Major victories than South Africa. Lead by such icons of the game as Gary Player, Ernie Els and Retief Goosen, the Sunshine Tour continues to produce world-beating professionals with the likes of Charl Schwartzel, Louis Oosthuizen and Branden Grace the latest to break through on the world stage.   Divided into a summer and winter "swing", the Sunshine Tour stages tournaments yearround, with the bigger prize-money events taking place in the summer months from October through March. During the winter months, smaller three-round events with an emphasis on Pro-Am participation take place, with many smaller centres around South Africa being visited. From 2012, these three-round events have been awarded Official World Ranking points, giving South African “stay-at-home” professionals opportunities to improve their world standing and contributing towards being able to qualify for Majors and World Golf Championship events.   From late 2013 for a period of at least five years, the Sunshine Tour will host the Tourna­ ment of Hope, which will involve the top 50 players on the Official World Golf Ranking as well as the top finishers on the Orders of Merit from member Tours of the International Federation of PGA Tours. This limited-field event will coincide with World Aids Day and will have as its focus the highlighting of HIV/Aids and poverty within Africa. The venue of the Tournament of Hope is still to be decided.   For visitors to South Africa, professional golf tournaments are easily accessed and boast a standard of play every bit as good as any of the major Tours around the world.   Visit for a full year-round schedule.



Serengeti Golf and Wildlife Estate, Host TO the SA Open

LOCATION 900m off the R25 Bronkhorstpruit offramp Johannesburg S 26° 02’ 08” E 28° 16’ 53”

THIS Jack Nicklaus signature golf course joins an elite group of 300 courses worldwide that carries the Nicklaus name. It is the first 27-hole signature course in Gauten­g designed with characteristics of a stadiu­m course, constructed in accordance with USGA specification­s.   Serengeti comprises an 18-hole course named Masai Mara, which has a rugged grass­­land and dune-scape look and feel and a 9-hole course named Whistl­ing Thorn which features classic design elements. The Serengeti Golf Club is the first course in Gauteng to use cool season grasses mean­ing that the course remains lush green throughout the year. A variety of tee options combined with careful consideration to the daily set-up can provide the sternest of challenges for the most skilled players, yet the ideal environment for new golfers to learn the game. There are a number of unique features, such as the challenging par 5, 8th hole with its island green.   Harnessing the two golf courses is a multi-faceted club­ house of over 6500 m². This venue is not only aesthetical­

ly appealing, but incorporates a variety of facilities: a golf academy and pro shop; several lounges and bars; two restaurants and banquet­­ing facilities.   The Serengeti Golf & Wildlife Estate was selected as the preferred host to stage this premier event on the Sunshine Tour, for the 101st SA Open in 2011 and again for the 102nd SA Open in 2012. With its origins datin­g back to 1893, the South African Open Championship embodies the spirit of competitive golf in South Afric­a. The country’s national Open is wide­ly acknow­ ledged as one of the oldest Open Championships in golf.   From its beginnings as a match play event, the country’s flagship event evolved into a stroke play tournament in 1903, with a sizeable number of golfers competing for the honour of being crowned champion. These days the SA Open Championship occupies an important place on the international golf calendar and is a prominent fixture on both the Sunshine and European Tours, fielding 156 professionals and amateurs, with a €1 million prize fund.

GOLF COURSES 18 hole Masai Mara Course and 9 hole Whistling Thorn Course Pro Shop Golf Academy Fitment Centre FACILITIES Club House The Deck Restaurant Conference & Event Facilities Private School Conservation Area Property CONTAC T Golf, Reception & Hospitality: +27 (0)11 552 7200 Property Investment: +27 (0)861 396 396


THE NEDBANK GOLF CHALLENGE, or South Africa’s Major, has a long and illustrious history of providing a stage for the world’s best golfers to enthral the South African golf loving public. The tournament dates back to 1981 when the Sun City challenge was staged at the Gary Player designed course and Nedbank has been involved since inception, sponsoring the 14th hole.

  Over three decades the tournament has grown in stature, and what began as an ‘exhibition’ of golf, soon grew into a fully-fledged tournament complete with official world ranking points. The tournament has unquestionably become the greatest showcase of golf on the African continent. Nedbank’s investment and sponsorship grew steadily culminating in the bank taking on the title sponsorship in 1996.   In 1987 the event was played on a “winner takes all” basis. The prize fund of $1 Million led to the event being named the Million Dollar Golf Challenge. This approach was intended to attract the world’s top golfers to compete in South Africa during the apartheid era. In 1988 the winner’s prize was again $1 million, but additional prizes were introduced.   From 2000 to 2002 the first prize was increased to $2 million, but the following year the winner’s share of the total prize fund was reduced to around 30% of the total prize money. In 2006 the winner received $1.2 million out of a total purse of $4.385 million.   The live television broadcast goes out to approximately 200 countries, raising Nedbank’s profile while at the same time marketing South Africa as a tourist destination and drawing attention to Sun City.   Over a number of years the profile of the NGC has created a platform for other sponsors to leverage off and created thousands of employment opportu-

Mike Brown Nedbank CEO, Lee Westwood 2010-2011 NGC Winner and Garth Collins, Interim Chief Executive Officer Sun International

nities for the community living in and around the Sun City resort.   Additional community building opportunities that have arisen as an indirect benefit of the NGC are: ❏ The annual Sports Trust Challenge is presented by Nedbank and Sun International, founding trustees of The Sports Trust, the event is held the day after the NGC and raises over R1 millio­n for sport development. Nedbank and the bank’s Sport Affinity clients have over the last ten years helped raise over R15 million for worthy initiatives. ❏ As far back as 2005 Sun International and Nedbank joined forces to assist adopted families living in poverty. To date, Sun City has built nine houses for adopted families and with Nedbank’s assistance a further five houses were built.   Nedbank remains committed to raising the profile of golf domestically, while at the same time giving deserving underprivileged golfers the opportunity to make things happen. This includes a significant investment in the Nedbank SA Disabled Golf Open. Nedbank is the official banking partner to the Sunshine Tour; and the Nedbank Affinity Cup Pro-Am, a South African PGA Tour event.

Daniel Slabbert 2011 Nedbank SA Disabled Golf Open Champion

  As sponsors we appreciate the fact that the success of the event depends on the ongoing support of our valued Nedbank clients and the general public. When you’ve been involved in a sponsorship for 32 years, and your brand promise is to Make Things Happen, the pressure to deliver is certainly on and we relish the challenge to make the 2012 Nedbank Golf Challenge the best ever.

Mark Calcavecchia — Champions Challenge Winner 2011 Champions Challenge Field 2011

NEDBANK CONTACT CENTRE 0860 555 111 International dialling: +27 11 710 4000



Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club

LOCATION 1 Fairway Ave, Linksfield North, Gauteng 28˚06’28.36”E 26˚09’22.35”S THE COURS ES East Course: Total: 6442 meters, Par 72 West Course: Total: 6294 meters, Par 72 FACILITIES Golf Clubhouse Function & Event venues JOBURG OP E N 14 – 17 February 2013

CONTAC T Reception: +27 (0)11 640-3021 Pro shop: +27 (0)11 485-4899

WITHOUT question, Royal Johannesburg & Ken­ sington Golf Club is one of the most prestigious golf clubs in South Africa. In its almost 130 years of existence, it has hosted seven South African Opens and numerous other major tournaments.   Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club is proud home to the biggest annua­l professional golf event in Africa, the JOBURG OPEN. Inaugurated in 2007, today this event receives more than 10 000 spectators. The tournament is the only major golf event locally and internationally to be simultaneously played on two courses. More than 200 golfers compete for the 1.3 million Euro. The tournament is broadcast to 39 countries on five continents.   The club’s two courses are both highly ranked, with the east course, consistently ranked as a top 10 course

in the country. The west course is the preferred course for many members due to its ease of play­ability for golfers of all abilities.   The Club has a significant environ­mental responsibility and was the first in the country to receive the coveted Audubon certification. Over the past eight years numerous environmental improve­ments has included planting over 2 000 indigenous tress and re-establishing wetlands.   The major re-vamp of the club house and function wing has resulted in a sophisticated venue that has success­fully merged vintage with contemporary design.   The club offers a full range of services and is able to cater for all your requirements whether they are a small private function or a major event.



LOCATION Great Enclosure Main Gate: 24° 13’ 02.5” S 28° 42’ 54.1”E Signature Clubhouse: 24° 12’ 474” S 28° 43’ 120”E

LEGEND GOLF & SAFARI RESORT in the Waterberg, Limpopo, is one of the most innovative golf and safari developments on the planet, situated on 22,000 hectares, in the malaria-free Entabeni Safari Conservancy.   Africa’s most innovative resort with the world’s first golf championship Signature Course complete with Signa­ ture Course Clubhouse is the place where great golfing memories are relived and legendary stories begin.   Designed by 18 of the planet’s top golfers including Luke Donald, Trevor Immelman, Padraig Harrington, Sergio Garcia, Retief Goosen and Ian Woosnam, the Signature Course combines design talents and strategic knowledge of the the globe’s golfing stars.   Legend Golf & Safari Resort is home to the Extreme 19th Hole. The world’s longest par three provides every golfer with an unforgettable golfing experience. Access­ ible only by helicopter, tee-off on the top of Hanglip Mountain. A 361m shot to the green, situated 400 breathtaking metres below the tee, is unbeatable anywhere else on planet golf!

  The Tribute Course pays homage to nine of the greatest golf holes ever designed and one of the resort’s own designed holes, create an amazing ‘10 of best short golf holes’ journey.   Unique accommodation at this 250 bedroomed Resort, harmonizes nature with luxurious comfort. No fences within the resort merge clusters of individual bedrooms, linked by walkways, with wonderful facilities, within a wilderness environment.   Be it a social golfing holiday, a serious sports training squad, a tournament with a dynamic venue, a conference, special event or a couple’s leisure get away, the Legend welcomes all visitors.   The Legend Lodges, Hotels & Resorts group encompasses the rich diversity of Southern Africa. Head office is based in Midrand. Properties are located throughout South Africa and in Mozambique including resorts, game and safari lodges, country lodges, coastal hotels & lodges, cultural villages and shebeens.

FACILITIES Clubhouse & Restaurants Bomas & Outdoor Dining Venues 19 Hole Golf Course Legend Health Spa Helicopter flights Swimming pools Archery, Tennis Weddings Conferences Wildlife activities Property Investments CONTAC T Central Reservations: +27 (0) 11 729 6700


Fine golfing venues on the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast ZIMBALI COUNTRY CLUB: Offering irresistible ocean and forest views, exceptional water and wetland features and an inspiring natural setting, with charisma and challenge.   Tom Weiskopf, had to integrate a “cart only” course into a property with dramatic elevation changes, varying eco-systems and substantial residential sections “presenting a fair challenge to any level of play”.   The Clubhouse offers impeccable service, superb catering, and a well appointed pro shop.

Tugela, Ballito, KwaZulu-Natal + 27 (0)32 538 5000

Compensation Rd, Umhlali 4390 +27 (0)32 947 1181

UMHLALI COUNTRY CLUB offers a full golf course upgrad­e, five new tennis courts, two new squash courts, an upgraded bowls pavilion and rebuilt bowling green, a renovated clubhouse, pro shop and halfway house, and the patronage of top class sporting tournaments. Since concluding the upgrade Umhlali has become the new hotspot for top notch, affordable sport and leisure activities.

PRINCES GRANT COASTAL GOLF ESTATE: Situated 30 minutes from Durban International Airport, this world class 5-star golf course with 2km’s of private beach and serene natural setting, offers a wide variety of leisure activities, fine dining and superb 4-star accommo­dation. Perfect for a fantastic golfing experience, family holiday, quiet getaway or business function. The golf course, is a links/ parklands layout, design­ed by Peter Matkovich with large greens and impressive fairways, and views to inspire.

7 Plantation Place, Kwadukuza, KwaZulu-Natal, Stanger +27 (0)32 482 0005

Shaka’s Rock Road, Ballito, KwaZulu-Natal +27 (0)32 946 5407 +27 (0)32 946 1256

SIMBITHI COUNTRY CLUB: A Peter Matkovich designed golf course, complimented by a well laid out housing estate which overlooks the undulating eighteen holes as well as the dams which abound with bird life.   The relaxed family atmosphere is enhanced by its abundant facilities.




LOCATION 7 Minutes from George Airport Herolds Bay, George

Hyatt Regency Oubaai Golf Resort & Spa is located less than seven minutes’ drive from George Airport and occupie­s an ideal position between the Indian Ocean and the majestic Outeniqua Mountains in Herolds Bay, George, on the Garden Route.   100 stylish guestrooms and suites are equipped with the latest in communication and entertainment tech­no­ log­y, all featuring spacious bathrooms with glass-enclosed rain showers and freestanding baths. The Presiden­tial Suite, two Executive Suites and six Junior Suites are design­­ed and furnished to accommodate the more discern­ing traveler.   Cucina Restaurant serves all day meals, offers outdoor seating and the Wine Room, a private dining venue. The Waterside Grill is open for dinners, with outdoor seating, a show kitchen and raw bar counter.   The award winning Freesia Spa has seven treatment suites, including a couple’s suite with each suite featuring a steam room, shower and dressing area, creating a private sanctuary to nourish the body, mind and spirit. A relaxation lounge and tranquillity pool completes the

Freesia experience.   Hyatt Regency Oubaai Golf Resort & Spa is proud to be the first Ernie Els signature golf course in South Africa. The layout of the course is a traditional Links style and measures 6,516 metres from the pro tees. The resort also offers a Clubhouse with its own bar, restaurant, pro shop and locker rooms.   First-class services include concierge, baby sitting by arrange­ment, 24-hour room service, a business centre and wireless internet access. Recreational activities include tennis courts, a kids club, swimming pools and an eight kilometer hiking trail.   The hotel also offers ample meeting space with extensive outdoor function areas including a private wedding chapel with breathtaking views. Multimedia facilities are available in all meeting rooms.   Hyatt Regency Oubaai Golf Resort & Spa offers guests a complete holiday experience by blending Hyatt’s authen­tic hospitality with five-star facilities and an unmatche­d natural landscape.

FACILITIES Hotel 100 guest rooms & suites Cucina Restaurant & Wine Room Waterside Grill & Bar 18-hole championship golf course Freesia Spa Wedding chapel Camp Hyatt kids club Tennis sourts Outdoor swimming pools 8km hiking trail NEARBY Herolds Bay beach Garden Route wine tours Whale & dolphin watching Bird watching CONTAC T +27 (0)44 851 1234


St Francis Links Jack Nicklaus Signature Course Estate living with Stability, Security and Lifestyle choices

LOCATION St. Francis Bay, Western Cape 34° 9°40.24”S 24° 49’8.25”E ACCOMMODAT I O N Golf Lodge: 10 en-suite luxury rooms Self Catering: 2, 4, 6 and 10 bedroom units FACILITIES 18 hole Links course Clubhouse Lighthouse Restaurant Jack’s Bar Additional services: Special Event and function venues Aqua Spa and Wellness Centre CONTAC T General Enquiries: +27 (0)42 200 4500 Real Estate property investment: +27 (0)83 647 4042

ST FRANCIS LINKS, a very “mature” destination at the young age of six, reflects the perfect design balance betwee­n man and Nature. The man behind the architecture of the course was Jack Nicklaus. He made a number of trips to the dunes above St Francis Bay to ensure the balance was in fact, perfect with the other architect, Mother Nature!   In six years, St Francis Links has achieved success with accolades and financial stability. After being named Best New Course in 2007, St Francis Links has moved on to Top-10 status — attracting discerning golfers from all over the world. In addition to the golfing awards, St Francis Links staff has earned their acclaim for providing uncompromising and anticipating service. The 5-star Experience Award has been achieved every year since opening. As CEO and PGA Master Professional, Jeff Clause states, “We are here to improve your quality time – be it for business or pleasure, the time you spend at St Francis Links

must surpass your expectations at every turn. Our goal is to anti­cipate your needs (and wants) and be flexible to those changes needs (and wants)”.   St Francis Links will also provide comfortable accom­ mo­­da­tion with the 4-star St Francis Golf Lodge featur­ing 10 rooms on the 1st tee and another 50 rooms in beautifully appoint­ed homes on the estate. The private­ly owned homes that are in the estate rental pool offer perfect accom­modation for the short or long stay.   Stability, security and lifestyle choices are attracting new investment. Last year, the developers added a R4m Leisur­e Centre complete with a fully equipped gym­­nasium and heated 20m x 6,3m heated pool with retractable roof. In addition to the Leisure Centre, hiking and cycling trails encourage trips into the natural beauty found in the 450 hectres making up the estate.   Open and welcoming to all visitors for golf, a meal, a short stay or lifetime of pleasure!




LOCATION 1397 Winterton Road, R600 Central Berg, Champagne Valley, 3340 Kwa Zulu Natal

IT’S TAKEN MILLIONS of years to create the majestic backdrop to Champagne Sports Resort. Nothing can make a more perfect setting than the rugged peaks and lush green valleys of the Central Drakensberg.   Champagne Sports Resort embraces the opportunity to ensure your getaway is a relaxing, reviving and memorable experience.   Many years of thought, design and investment have resulted in this incredible final product that golfers and leisure guests travel from far and wide to experience.   Nestled amongst this spectacular leisure, conference and timeshare resort is the magnificent clubhouse overlooking its hidden, 18 hole, golfing masterpiece.   There is something truly unique and special playing golf on one of the most scenic courses in the world or

enjoying the wide range of leisure activities with the aweinspiring presence of the Champagne and Cathkin Peaks towering above you.   At Champagne Sports Resort, no matter the size, conferences are managed to suit every business eventprofile.   Timeshare Investments include luxury two- and three bedroom thatched holiday cottages, all free standing and fully self-contained, are set overlooking the magnificent 18-hole championship golf course.   The New Wellness Centre boasts an array of treatments to ensure you leave feeling revitalized and refreshed. The Gym is fully equipped for fitness training.   Come, experience and enjoy all we have to offer.

FACILITIES 148 Hotel rooms 4 Presidential Suites 91 time-share 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Timeshare Chalets Hotel Restaurant Coffee Shop & Lounge Cathkin Arms Bar Hotel Shop Day Spa & Gym Junior Entertainment Club 16 Conference Venues Business Centre 18 Hole Championship Golf Course Putt-Putt / Basketball Volleyball/Bowling Squash/Tennis 5 Swimming Pools CONTAC T Head Office +27 (0)31 765 7100 Reservations +27 (0)36 468 8000 reservations@ Pro-Shop +27 (0)36 468 8000 proshop@


THE BANTRY BAY, Luxury Suites, Cape Town

LOCATION 8 Alexander Road, Bantry Bay 33� 55’ 41” S 18� 22’ 35.4” E

ENJOY THE exquisite blend of the sea, the mountain and the city of Cape Town.   This first class luxury, in the heart of Cape Town’s platinum mile, is ideal for the pleasure-seeking tourist, golfer and the business executive.   Close to the CBD, the hotel is ideal for corporate indi­ vi­duals whilst still experiencing the relaxed atmosphere of a seaside boutique hotel, and is within easy reach of

many world-class golf courses.   Literally 200 metres from the sea, a short stroll down the road will take you to the majestic Atlantic Ocean and a number of sandy beaches ideal for soaking up the delicious African sun. Take a leisurely 4km walk along the seaside promenade to the V&A Waterfront whilst spotting whales, dolphins and seals along the way. The Cape Town Stadium is a mere 5 minute drive away.

ACCOMMODAT I O N 4 Penthouse Suites 14 Luxury Suites 8 Semi Suite Superiors 12 Semi Suite Customs CONTAC T +27 (0)21 434 8448

LOCATION 8 Gray Street, Knysna 23° 243.63’ E 34° 220.86’ S ACCOMMODAT I O N 30 luxury apartments CONTAC T +27 (0)44 302 5900

+27 (0)800 600 889

THE REX HOTEL, Knysna AT THE heart of the Garden Route, find one of Knysna’s most elegant and sophisticated accommodation establishments. The Rex Hotel promises its guests superior service and exceptional comfort and is one of the most exhilarating getaways in its class. Capturing the essence of four-star luxury, the impecca­bly appointed Rex Hotel offers travelers a gateway to many world-class golf courses, restau­rants, blossoming forests and the shores of the serene lagoon.   Knysna is a natural paradise of lush, indi­ ge­­­nous forests, tranquil lakes and golden beaches. She nestles on the banks of a breath­ taking­ly pretty lagoon, now a protected marin­e reserve that is home to the extraordinary sea horse and over 200 species of fish. The Knysna indigenous forests constitute the largest complex of closed-canopy forest in southern Africa, whilst the remarkable richness of the Fynbos vegetation contributes over 8 000 plant species to the Cape floral kingdom.



Bryanston Country Club The Bryanston Country Club was founded in 1948. Loca­ ted in the economic power house of South Africa, Sandton, the club’s experience and styling capture the essence of Bryanston’s relaxed yet elegant family lifestyle with club facilities that include a full service clubhouse complete with casual and fine dining restaurants, function and event venues, which welcome members and guests into a world of personal attention and service. The club features various membership categories to suit all specific needs from social to corporate. Also to be enjoyed is the

clubs esteemed 18-hole golf course, swimming pool and lapa, bowling greens, squash and tennis courts.   Held in high regard by the best golfers. The course was designed by Charles H. Alison in 1949 and was constructed by Koos de Beer.   The course plays to an unusual par 72 and is 6 768 m long. It is a beautiful course with many water obstacles and presents an exciting challenge. Birdies are at a premium and hitting the fairways and the greens is an art to be mastered.

LOCATION Bryanston, Sandton 26° 3’48.91”S 28° 0’41.25”E CONTAC T +27 (0)11 706 1361/2



Pearl Valley Golf EstateS

LOCATION R301, Paarl S33.51446 E19.2130

VOTED BEST conditioned course in the Western Cape, Pearl Valley Golf Estates is rated a must-play by loca­l, inter­national, amateur and professional golfers. Upmarke­t meeting facilities, luxurious self catering accommo­dation, a full fleet of golf carts equipped with GPS technology and superb playing surfaces make for an excellent all round golfing destination.   Standard green fees include the use of golf carts and unlimited use of golf balls on the driving range. The club­ house overlooks hole 9 and 18 of this prestigious Jack Nicklaus designed course.

  Whether you take advantage of the supreme selection of whiskies and wines; indulge in one of the chef’s signature dishes; or, pamper and rejuvenate mind and body at The Breathe Spa – Pearl Valley Golf Estates guarantees an unforgettable experience.   Property investment offers owners an experience that is close to nature yet only a short distance from the city centre. The Estate houses an equestrian centre, tenni­s courts, a spa, a boma on the banks of the Berg River, conferencing facilities and hiking & biking trails.

CONTACT +27 (0)21 867 8000

Middelburg Country Club

LOCATION Middelburg, Mpumalanga S 25.46909 E 029.35968 CONTACT +27 (013) 282 6176

WITHIN A short drive from Gauteng, you’ll find the Middel­burg Country Club. This 18-hole golf course, host to the 2005 South African Country Districts Championships, 2007 S.A. girls championships, and the 2013 S.A. Mid-Amateur Championships, offers a challeng­ing round of golf with sloping kikuyu fairways, true putt greens and veld-grass roughs. This course dates back to the 1890’s when the 1st Nine was designed and built by British Imperial Troops. During the 70’s Gary Player designed the 2nd Nine and opened it for play in 1974. The club’s beautiful and welcoming guest lodge overlooks the golf course and is set in tranquil surround­s. Air-conditioned en-suite bedrooms have enclosed verandas with braai facilities. There are three squash courts, six tennis courts and two bowling greens, a play park and swimming pools. The club’s Fairway View Restaurant, fully licensed, serves a la carte, and offers catering services for special occasion­s according to customer requirements. Five conference facilities offer venues for functions, meetings and seminars with seating for up to 300 guests. The Roofers Bar has the most stunning view of the golf course. The 19th Hole to bar offers big screen TV, darts, pool and snooker tables as well as gambling machines.



LOCATION 167 Oxford Road, Rosebank, Johannesburg E 26 08° 48.7’ S 28 02° 38.8’

OPULENT URBAN sanctuary – embrace the history of old Johannesburg at the lavish Monarch Hotel, situated in the bustling suburb of Rosebank, an urban centre with a decidedly creative style.   Once the iconic 1930’s Saxonwold Post Office, the Monarch Hotel today offers guests a sophisticated sanctuary, personalised hospitality and traditional charm. No stone was left unturned to ensure that our 12 exquisite suites are masterpieces of comfort and opulence, while offering guests the service excellence that the Mantis Group is renowned.   Enjoy the welcoming ambience created by the refined

period-like interiors enriched with classical and contemporary furnishings and an extensive art collection of established and emerging South African artists.   Both business and leisure travellers may expect nothing less than world-class facilities and services, while enjoying the many features of the hotel.   Conveniently located and within walking distance from the Rosebank Gautrain Station, this prominent heritage landmark on Oxford Road, offers easy access to the OR Tambo International Airport, business districts, entertainment venues and many high-end shopping malls.   For golfers there’s many fine golf courses nearby.

CONTAC T +27 (0)11 341 2000

LAWHILL LUXURY APARTMENTS LOCATION V&A Waterfront Marina, Cape Town E 33.90898 S 18.41803


  With the iconic Table Mountain and the romantic city of Cape Town presenting a breathtaking backdrop, Lawhill Luxury Apartments has an idyllic setting at the V&A Water­front Marina.   Regardless of your reason for visiting Cape Town, Lawhill Luxury Apartments, boasting 28 exquisite apartments and two Penthouse Apartments, is the perfect place to stay. Every apartment is designed to offer sheer

comfort and luxury, as well as world-class hospitality. All apartments are immaculately furnished and equipped with the latest technology, complimentary internet connection, fine linen and luxurious amenities, which all assist in providing a refuge from the bustling surrounds.   Within easy reach are several fine golf courses.   Experience a home away from home in pure luxury and total comfort.



Royal Cape Golf Club

LOCATION 174 Ottery Road Wynberg, CapeTown 34°00'48"S 18°29'08"E

FROM RUGGED to Royal — South Africa's First Golf Club. Visitors are most welcome and we encourage you to come and enjoy our magnificent course, quality facilities and our friendly hospitality.   Royal Cape is without doubt one of the best and most challenging courses to play both in the Western Cape and the country. It is a course of championship stature, first played in 1906.   As observers and custodians of the traditions of the wonderful game, this Royal club, has a keen eye on the future. We accept and embrace the changing of the times and we strive to maintain an enjoyable balance of tradition­al values and the modern lifestyle.   The South African Open has been hosted ten times, the first in 1910. In 1996 Ernie Els birdied the last three holes to win by one shot. Gary Player won in 1965 when he became the first player to break 70 in all four rounds, a record.   The clubhouse retains its old style charm and tradition-

al design, modernized many times since 1923.   The course is on flat terrain. Playing at Royal Cape is subject to three of nature’s beguiling offerings: a near constant wind to challenge, sweeping mountain views to charm you and water features to ensnare you, playing to a championship par 72.   Tree lined with narrow fairways and subtle USGA spec built greens, Royal presents a traditional test of golf, althou­gh the numerous ponds and lakes teeming with bird life provide beauty and distraction along the way.   Facing the course are the lounge, Centenary room and members bar as well as the gallery corridor with its many framed photographs, paintings and memorabilia celebrating the Club’s long history.   Apart from providing rest and refreshment for golfers, the clubhouse is also frequently called upon for functions ranging from formal dinners to large parties and other events.

FACILITIES 18-Hole Championship Golf Course Clubhouse Special Functions Catering Golf Shop Practice Facilities Hole in One Club Lessons/Coaching Reciprocal Clubs CONTAC T +27 (0)21 761 6551

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DURBAN COUNTRY Club SINCE ITS opening in 1922 Durban Country Club’s par-72, 6157 metre course has been considered one of South Africa’s finest. The original design by Laurie Waters and George Waterman continues to compare with the best nearly 90 years later. As a result the Club boasts the unique claim of being the only course on the African continent to be rated in the Top 100 Golf Courses of the World by Golf Magazine (USA).   Durban Country Club is a championship course and it’s not surprising that this excellent layout has been chosen to host the South African Open a total of 17 times as well as the Volvo Golf Champions in January 2013.   A combination of lush vegetation, sand dunes and stunning views of the Indian Ocean make this course both scenic and challenging. The design includes a pleasant mix of tall trees, thick bush, severe slopes and punishing bunkers, thus providing even the most discerning golfer with a demanding round of golf. It is a shot maker’s course and players are required to think their way around it. Durban Country Club provides the golfer with an opportunity to experience one of the finest and most unique golf courses in existence.

LOCATION Isaiah Ntshangase Road Durban 29º 49’ 40”S, 31º 2’ 2”E CONTAC T +27 (0)31 313 1777


LOCATION 100 Venice Road, Morningside S 29° 49’ 28. 91” E 31° 1’ 8.55” CONTAC T +27 (0)31 312 9488

LUXURY accommodation and outstanding dining, The Saint James on Venice is nestled in up-market, Morning­­ side, Durban, close to the beachfront, major sports stadiums, golf courses, and the trendy eateries of Florida Road, and with access to the city centre and freeway acces­s to the Umhlanga Ridge Precinct.   The Saint James on Venice is ideal for small meetings,

conferences and private dinners. The meeting room leads off the restaurant and terrace and can be used for corporate training sessions, private birthday dinners and high level corporate dinners. Fine dining is served in and outdoors, including continental and hot breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, desserts and a comprehensive wine list.



Devonvale Golf & Wine Estate

LOCATION Bottelary Road, Stellenbosch S 33° 52’ 59.6” E 018° 48’ 15.0” ACCOMMODATION 9 Hotel Rooms 20 Self-catering Apartments 10 Holiday Homes 2-3 bedrooms (for 140 guests)

DEVONVALE is nicknamed “Heaven Vale”. The magnificent 18-hole championship golf course, designed by Ken Elkin, needs little introduction offering a regular challenge to both local and international golfers. There is abundant bird life in the indigenous flora around the kikuyu fairways, bent greens and water features. Panoramic vistas of the surrounding vineyards and mountains create a peaceful golfing experience.   Sample superb meals from a diverse menu prepared by

a team of chefs at Devonvale’s restaurant accompanied by a bottle of Provoyeur Wine from the estate.   Accommodation options include hotel accommodation, self-catering apartments and holiday homes.   The estate design concept offers village-style living with attention to internal design and privacy. Great care is taken to ensure the best views. The entertainment area includes a large swimming pool with braai facilities.   Amazing golf and non-golf packages are available.

FACILITIES 118-hole golf course Golf shop PGA Pro- Golf instruction Private Wine Tasting (by arrangement) Wine Sales Restaurant Swimming Pool Mountain biking trails Walks & Hiking nearby EVENTS Weddings & Conferences Special Functions INVESTMENT Prime Property Sales CONTAC T Hotel: +27 (0)21 865 2080 Pro Shop: +27 (0)21 888 4735 Sales Office: +27 (0)21 865 2199

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Phakalane Golf Estate Hotel Resort

LOCATION Gaborone, Botswana GPS: 24° 34’ 37” S 25° 59’ 06” E ACCOMMODAT I O N Hotel: 80 bedrooms Eagle’s Nest: 12, 3 or 4 bedroomed self catering villas Golf Chalets: Eight 3-bedroomed self-catering units GOLF FACILI T I ES 18-hole international golf course Pro Shop Locker Rooms: men and women Golfers enclave – lounge Feather’s Halfway House @ The Office Bar/Lounge Drotsky’s Fine Dining Restaurant The Reserve – Wine Cellar Tsodilo Conference Centre Linyanti Conference Rooms Jacana’s Nest – Gazebo on Lake Astoria Boardroom Quills Terrace CENTRAL RESERVAT I O NS +00 267 360 4000

WINNER OF the 2011 World Travel Award for Botswana’s Leading Hotel and the 2010 World Travel Award for Botswana’s Leading Resort, this 80-bedroom hotel, built to 4-star standards, is the closest hotel to Gaborone’s International Airport.   Located in the heart of Botswana’s Premier Golf Estate, a mere 15 km from the city centre, the hotel encompasses spacious en-suite accommodation that exudes elegance in true African style. Each room has internet connectivity, LCD televisions, satellite TV, air conditioning, and most have panoramic views over the 18-hole championship golf course. The modern architectural design is completed by equally modern interior décor catering for the needs of today’s visitors.

  Phakalane offers the perfect base from which to launch into Botswana’s wild side, or to simply relax, unwind and enjoy!   The International standard 18-hole championship golf course designed by DDV Design Group – Douw van der Merwe, was started in April 2000 and completed in June 2002. The course consists of 15 dams, 75 bunkers and the average size of the greens is 700 m2 and there are three permanent ablution facilities with refrigerated water.   There is a fully stocked Pro Shop and a driving range and lessons are available from our resident golf profession­al. Club membership is offered to residents and non residents.

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Phakalane Golf Estate Hotel Resort WINING & DINING SITUATED on the first floor of the Clubhouse, Drotsky’s Restaurant combines African ambience with an opulence that matches the rest of the clubhouse. The Reserve boasts a superb selection of vintage South African and French wines, kept at 16.5°C and 68% humidity, to complement the perfect meal. Adjacent to the Quills Terrace overlooking the main dam, external seating in summer months makes for an evening to remember. The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Feathers Halfway House and Oriental Cuisine provides breakfast, then light meals and snacks during the day as well as coffee, tea, cappuccino, soft drinks and a full bar. After 6pm, the ambiance changes to an oriental theme complete with an “action wok station”, and sushi bar.   @ The Office Bar: Located on the first floor of the Clubhouse, this elegant mahogany cocktail bar and ladies lounge in a horseshoe design can sub-divide into

PHAKALANE PROPERTIES WHATEVER the scale or location, we offer a scope of services to meet your real estate investment wishes. We specialize in a wide array of activities such as Commodity Trading, Estate Development, Project Finance and Management as well as Infrastructure Development.

three venues. The Quills Terrace surrounds this stylish bar with spectacular sunset views over a one hectare dam, the 18th green and fairway. From Monday to Friday there is a “happy hour” with drinks at half price, accompanied by a variety of bar snacks. CONFERENCING AND SPECIAL EVENTS Facilities provide for a great variety of functions ranging from meetings of 20 delegates, conferences of up to 300 delegates, formal dinners, BBQ’s and theme dinner­s for 220 guests and weddings for up to 300 guests. There are two main conference venues, Tsodilo 1 and Tsodilo 2 which combine into a venue for 300 theatre seating. The Tsodilo Suite is equipped with wall-to-wall carpeting, air-conditioning, PA system, independently controlled light switches with dimmers, and state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment. The Astoria Suite is the perfect exclusive venue for ten to thirty delegates. The views overlooking the golf course are breathtaking.

  Our strong local presence combined with a profound knowledge of both local and regional residential markets enables us to identify development opportunities to maximize value in every aspect of our investments and investors’ needs.

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Sunbird Hotels and Resorts provide accommodation to business and leisure travellers, meetings and convention events, as well as specialised catering and banqueting requirements to make your Malawi golfing experience a pleasure. Sunbird Capital, Lilongwe — located in the capital of Malawi. This 170 bedroom hotel is located in a magnificent parkland adjacent to the Government headquarters, only a half-kilometre from the City Centre, where most diplomatic missions are based.

GOLF COURS ES Lilongwe Golf Club 18-hole regional championship course Blantyre Sports Club 9-hole golf course – 18 holes Limbe Golf Club 18-hole course Mbawa Private Golf Course 9 hole course Nchalo Golf Club (Illovo) 9 hole course 9-hole golf course at the foot of the Plateau, in Zomba town Sunbird Mzuzu 9-hole golf course – the only golf course in the region, uniquely positioning the hotel as a golfing destination in this fast growing city

CENTRAL RESERVAT I O NS +265 (0)1 773 388

Sunbird, Lilongwe — Sunbird, Lilongwe is also located in the capital of Malawi, with its 94 en-suite bedrooms, the hotel is ideall­y situated in the hub of “Lilongwe old town” with easy access from all directions of the city.

Sunbird Mount Soche, Blantyre — in the commercial capital of Malawi, consists of 130 bedrooms and is strategically positioned in the city centre. The Hotel is set among lush tropical gardens overlooking the city in the north and the historical Ndirande mountain in the south.

Sunbird Ku Chawe Mountain Resort on Zomba Plateau is Malawi’s premiere mountain resort with spectacular views of the beautiful Malawi countryside. The 37 bedroom hotel is located near the top of Zomba Plateau, which rises to nearly 2200m above sea level.

Sunbird Nkopola Lodge & Lake­ shore International Conference Centre, Mangochi — located on the Southern lakeshore near the village of Chipoka, this 55 bedroom resort hotel has spectacular views of the lake, is 24 kilometers North of Mangochi district headquarters.

Sunbird Mzuzu — located in the Northern Region’s administrative city. The hotel, with it’s 60 bedrooms is the gateway to and from Malawi’s Nyika National Park, on the high rolling hills of Nyika Plateau and 120 kilometers from the historic Livingstonia Mission.

Sunbird Livingstonia Beach, Senga Bay (Salima), on the lakeshore, 125 kilometers from Lilongwe. With 35 bedrooms, it is a favourite getaway for Lilongwe residents and for small conferences. The setting is idyllic, with its white sandy beaches and lapping shoreline.

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Nkonyeni Lodge & Golf Estate, Swaziland

LOCATION Portion 31 of Farm Nkonyeni 111, No. 523 District of Manzini S26º 40’ 42.6” E31º 24’ 8.5” ACCOMMODATION Pool Villas / Luxury Chalets

DISCOVER the Kingdom of Swaziland!   Experience a warm welcome in this culturally rich and spectacular African land, known for its friendly people, natural beauty and relaxed way of life.   Situated in magnificent Manzini, Nkonyeni Lodge & Golf Estate offers a luxurious stay and is the ideal base from which to explore the countryside, participate in exciting activities and experience local hospitality.   Nkonyeni Lodge & Golf Estate is set against the breathtaking backdrop of the Lebombo Mountains and the Great Usutu River, in a 400 hectare game reserve. It’s the perfect place for an exceptional golf and spa experience.   For golfing enthusiasts, the impressive Nkonyeni course provides an exciting and pleasurable challenge, with the 18th hole offering a unique shot across the Great Usutu River onto an island. Phil Jacobs, having designed some 40 golf courses around the world, including Leopard Creek, The Links at Fancourt and Sun City, also designed this 18-hole champion­ship golf course.   Warm up on the Nedbank driving range. Book Golf Pro lessons. The Pro Shop offers an impressive range of golfing merchandise. Assuring a comfortable and memora-

ble stay, luxury accommodation includes cosy thatched chalets, nestled in the bush on the river bank, or stylish self-catering pool villas, with lounge, kitchen and four tastefully furnished en suite rooms.   While your children are entertained in our kids’ room, relax at the sparkling swimming pool, members’ lounge or elegant Club House, with its well-stocked bar and á la carte restaurant. Be pampered at the Beauty@Nkonyeni Spa. This blissful retreat is devoted to enchanting your senses. Treatments include hot stone massages, sports massages, facials and grooming options, offered by qualified therapists.   Specializing in event and function hosting, be it a conference, company launch, corporate event, romantic wedding or birthday celebration, leaves guests with unforgettable memories.   Fun activities include quad biking in the game reserve, clay pigeon shooting, tubing at Nkonyeni Adventure Centre, tennis, horse riding, mountain biking, jogging and walking. Explore the vicinity, browse colourful stands of skilled Swazi artists and craftsmen and join optional sightseeing excursions.

FACILITIES 18-hole championship golf course Clubhouse Pro Shop / PGA Pro lessons 2 Restaurants & Bar Wellness Spa Conference & Event Venues Game Reserve & Drives Kids’ entertainment Swimming Pool, Squash, Tennis, Bowls, Quad Biking, Horse Riding Clay Pigeon Shooting Retirement village/assisted living INVESTMENT Plot and plan CONTAC T +268 - 2540 0024/5 - 7602 4880

RESERVATIONS +27 (0)86 100 1120 / +27 (0)21 976 9655


AFRICAN SUN HOTELS AFRICAN SUN is the fastest growing hospitality compan­y in Africa. Current­ly, African Sun operates hotels and resorts in Ghana­, Nigeria, Zambia, Botswana, South Africa and Zim­bab­­we.   In Zimbabwe it operates hotels in all majo­r citie­s and holiday resorts, including the world-famous Victo­ria Falls. African Sun chooses its locations to appeal to a mix of business travellers and leisure seekers and regardless of

LOCATION 300 Park Way Drive, Victoria Falls CONTAC T +263 13 44793

LOCATION 2 Mallett Drive, Victoria Falls CONTAC T +263 13 44751

LOCATION 54 Park Lane, Harare CONTAC T +263 4 704501

ELEPHANT HILLS RESORT, VICTORIA FALLS THE Elephant Hills Resort boasts an 18-hole championship golf course designed by the legendary South African golfer, Gary Player.   It is as popular with the wildlife as it is with golfers, as it is not uncommon for play to be interrupted while buck, warthogs or elephants exercise their right to walk on the fairways. Many golfing guests see this as an added bonus and, of course, it makes for great banter over a drink afterwards. Nowhere in the world is there such an experience for golfers as that at the Elephant Hills Resort in Victoria Falls.

THE VICTORIA FALLS HOTEL POPULARLY known as “the grand old lady of the Falls”, this Edwardian-style five-star hotel built in 1904, recently redecorated and refurbished, combines old-world charm.   The hotel is set in lush tropical gardens with lily ponds, palm trees and semi-tropical shrubs, providing tranquillity and seclusion.   Just a ten-minute walk away using The Victoria Falls Hotel’s private pathway, find “the smoke that thunders” or “Mosi-O-Tunya”, the famous world heritage site Victori­a Falls, which is clearly audible and visible from this luxurious landmark.

CROWNE PLAZA MONOMOTAPA HOTEL, HARARE: AS BEFITS a major landmark in Zimbabwe’s capital city, the combination of the trademark and African Sun welcom­e, with world-class standards of products and services, creates a haven for the business traveller or pleasure seeker right in the heart of the commercial and entertainment district.   Located on the doorstep of the city’s Central Park and Gardens, Zimbabwe’s National Gallery a five-minute walk away and the renowned Botanical Gardens a short 10-minute drive, makes your stay convenient in the hub of the city.

the country or type of hotel, all are managed and run to the highest standards ensuring that all guests experience the most unforgettable Africa vacation. Staff expertise in conferencing, leisure activities and dining provide guests with unforgettable experiences.   Zimbabwe’s golfing experience with fantastic scenery and unique wildlife awaiting you on every course is part of the adventure awaiting you in Southern Africa.



AFRICAN SUN COURSES IN & AROUND HARARE ROYAL HARARE GOLF CLUB is recognized as one of the best 50 courses outside the United States. Founded at the turn of the century, the 18-hole championship course covers 6 467m of wooded parkland rich in birdlife and deer.   Borrowdale Brooke, designed by the well-known South African, Peter Makovitch and built in 1998, the 18-hole 6 201m golf course incorporates a residential complex along a river valley on the outskirts of Harare.

  Chapman Golf Club is rated as one of Southern Africa’s finest golf courses. The 18-hole, 6582 m course is intricately incorporated into a parkland setting with its undulating manicured terrain, entwined by the clever use of a major tributary of the Mukuvisi River. Bent grass greens conform to the highest international standards. Peter Matkovich designed water features, an integral part of the course where even professional golfers find them a challenge.

TROUTBECK INN, NYANGA, EASTERN HIGHLANDS A THREE-HOUR drive from Harare, is all it takes for guests to enjoy the peace, tranquillity and splendour and scenery, more akin to the Scottish Highlands. Zimbab­­we’s highest peak, Mount Inyangani, provides the stunning backdrop. A visit to Troutbeck Resort can be as actively invigorating or as restful as anyone could hope for. Golf clubs, fishing rods and tackle and a zest for the outdoors are standard kit of many of the resort’s guests. The open fire in the hotel foyer, alight since the opening 45 years ago, is the physical embodiment of the warmth of the welcome all guests enjoy.

LOCATION Nyanga CONTAC T +263 29 8487

BULAWAYO HOLIDAY INN BULAWAYO, the City of Kings, is Zimbabwe’s second largest city and is steeped in the colonial history of the country and the Ndebele people.   Founded in 1872 as Kwa Bulawayo by King Mzilikazi, first leader of the Ndebele nation, the city is within easy reach of Matopos National Park, World Heritage Site. The King and is Cecil John Rhodes, are buried here.   Holiday Inn Bulawayo is located a short drive from the city centre, close to Ascot Race Course and an excellent 18-hole golf course.

BULAWAYO GOLF CLUB ESTABLISHED in 1895, Bulawayo Golf Club is the oldest golf club in Zimbabwe.   After playing the 6 431m golf course, a sunset tour of the Motobo National Park or visit to Chipangali Animal Park would complete your African experience in Bulawa­ yo. The Bulawayo Country Club is located off the Old Esigo­dini Road and offers 18-hole championship golf course; pro-shop, full bar and catering facilities, banqueting and conference rooms.   The course is in first-class condition and boasts of welltended greens and a large membership.

LOCATION Milnerton Drive, Ascot, Bulawayo CONTAC T +263 92 52460

CENTRAL RESERVATIONS +27 (0)100030079/81/82/83/84

“It is not enough to understand the natural world; the point is to defend and preserve it.� Edward Abbey

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South African National Parks

We welcome you to take a walk on the Wild side of SANParks, SA’s natural heritage. NATIONAL PARKS has become the pride and joy of all South Africans and of the world, managing a system of parks representing the indigenous fauna, flora, landscapes and associated cultural heritage of the country.   SANParks is the body responsible for managing South Africa’s national parks. Formed in 1926, today manages 20 parks, consisting of 3 700 000 ha (37 000 km²), about 3% of the total area of South Africa.   The best known park is Kruger National Park, the oldest (proclaimed in 1898) – and the largest – The Kruger Park and Table Mountain National Park are two of South Africa’s most visited tourist attractions (20 July 2011 Wikipedia).   Most of the national parks have over-night facilities, with unrivalled variety of accommo­ dation in arid, coastal, mountain and bushveld habitats. We offer visitors an unparalleled diversity of opportunities including adventure tourism, game viewing, bush walks, canoeing, cultural and historic experiences throughout South Africa. Conference facilities are offered in many of the parks.   From the beginnings: 1910 the game reserves and general wildlife preservation was placed under the Transvaal Administration. In 1912 Stevenson-Hamilton submitted the proposal to Sir Patrick Duncan for reserves between the Sabie and Olifants rivers, and between the Letaba and Shingwedzi rivers, to become a national park. On promulgation, 31 May 1926, President Kruger’s conservation ideal was realised, when the first board of South African National Parks was appointed.   In 1955 the kudu was first used in the Park’s logo. Today the kudu is represented in all parks logos within the SANParks framework, and is supported by the government through the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism.   SANParks is the leading conservation authority in all national parks around this country.   The focus in the first decade of democracy has been to make national parks more access­ ible to tourists; ensure conservation; and, to contribute to social and economic development in rural areas. Enjoy “natures best!”

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL PARKS CONTACT Telephone: +27 (0)12 428 9111 |

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Your ultimate wildlife experience IN THE distant past, people relied directly on the natural environment for their very existence, eating from the wild, drinking from rivers, streams and springs, and using natural materials and places for shelter. Today, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife is there to conserve these natural resources.   Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife is a public entity mandated to manage nature conservation and protected areas within the Province of KwaZulu Natal in collaboration with stakeholders for the benefit of the present and future generations. It also ensures the development and promotion of eco-tourism within the protected areas. Its core mandate is conservation, ecotourism and partnerships.   Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife administers three regions which include two World Heritage sites to sustain biodiversity conservation: • uKhahlamba-Drakensberg embracing the Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site, and some 40 000 unique San rock-art images in an estimated 600 different sites; • Zululand game parks include the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, genetic home of every white rhino population in the world; Ndumo Game Reserve; Tembe Elephant Park, currently home to SA’s largest tusker; Ithala Game Reserve and several smaller reserves. • The Coastal Region boasts of iSimangaliso Wetland Park World Heritage Site; the Umla­ lazi Nature Reserve at Mtunzini; Beachwood Mangrove and Stainbank Nature Reserves in Durban; as well as the Mpenjati and Oribi Gorge Nature Reserves south of Durban.   Ezemvelo manages more than 110 protected areas, with 68 beautiful resorts, of which 36 offer accommodation. It boasts of more than 2 500 beds to over 10 000 visitors nightly, from a cave, open campsites, self catering rondavels, chalets, safari tents, cottages to luxury lodges. Visitors pay a levy when they enter a park which is used to fund community projects.   Other wildlife experiences that await you include guided walks; overnight Wilderness Trails in Hluhluwe – Imfolozi Park; access to ancient San rock-art; close encounters with crocodiles at the St Lucia Crocodile Centre; peace and solitude in the Drakensberg; unparal­leled scenery and vistas, as well as superb game viewing. We invite you, anytime.

KZN WILDLIFE RESERVATIONS Telephone: +27 (0)33 845 1000 |

World Heritage in South Africa

World Heritage Sites belong to all humanity. UNESCO identifies sites of cultural and natural value. Preservation is determined by stringent selection criteria. Eight scenic and cultural treasures have been declared South African World Heritage Sites: 1999, 2005:  Cradle of Humankind (25º 55’ 45” S 27º 47’ 20” E) Sterkfontein, Kromdraai, has 950 hominid fossil specimens, evidence of human evolution over the last 3.5-million years and brings insight about the earliest ancestors of humankind. 1999:  Robben Island (33º 48’ S 18º 22’ E), became infamous as a maximum-security prison for anti-apartheid activists including Nelson Mandela. It has become a universal symbol of freedom. 1999:  The iSimangaliso Wetland Park (27º 50’ 20” S 32º 33’ E). St. Lucia estuary is one of the largest in Africa and includes the continent’s southernmost coral reefs, wide submarine canyons, sandy beaches, forested dunes and a mosaic of wetlands, grasslands, forests, lakes and savannah. Find nesting turtles on the beaches; migrating whales, dolphins and whalesharks offshore; and breeding colonies of pelicans, storks, herons and terns. 2000:  The uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park (S29 22 59.988 E29 32 26.016) is SA’s watershed. Through 4 000 years, the indige­nous San, created the largest collection of African rock art. Diverse habitats protect endemic and threatened species, especially birds and plants. 2003:  Mapungubwe (22º 11’ 33” S 29º 14’ 20” E), an ancient civilization near our northern borders, exposes almost untouched remains of their palace, entire settlement area, and two earlier capitals, dating between 1300 to 1220AD. 2004:  The Cape Floral Region (34º 10’ S 18º 22’ 30” E) from the Cape Peninsula to the Eastern Cape, takes up 0.04% of the world’s land, contains 3% of the earth’s plant species; is home to nearly 20% of Africa’s flora, is home to 9 600 vascular plants species, with 70% ende­ mic. The region has 11 000 marine animal species, 3 500 are endemic, and 560 vertebrate species, including 142 reptile species, of which 27 are endemic. 2005:  Vredevort Dome (26º 51’ 36” S 27º 15’ 36” E) is an impact crater formed 2-billion years ago. A 10 km in diameter meteorite hit earth. The impact scar measures 380 km across and consists of three concentric circles of uplifted rock, only 180 km are visible. 2007:  The Richtersveld Cultural and Botanical Desert Landscape (28º 36’ S 17º 12’ 14” E), is home to semi-nomadic Nama. Khoisan collectively describes the Khoi, known as Hottentots who were pastoralists and effectively annihilated; and the San, or Bushmen, were huntergatherers, some still lives in SA. , , image credits © UNESCO.

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The Cradle of Humankind, Maropeng

LOCATION R400, just off the R563 Hekpoort Road, Sterkfontein, Gauteng 25°40’39.07”S, 27°55’32.01”E FACILITIES Maropeng Hotel IIII 24 rooms Lounge, restaurant & bar Swimming pool Maropeng Visitor Centre Sterkfontein Cave - tours Restaurants Conference and event facilities

CONTAC T +27 (0) 14 577 9000

FOLLOW ancient history in the Magaliesberg and enjoy an African sunset over the magnificent Cradle of Humankind when visiting this World Heritage Site. Maropeng means “returning to the place of origin” in Setswana. Follow the steps of the origin of our species while staying at the 24-bedroome­d, boutique Maropeng Hotel, perfectly suited for a romantic getaway or conference.   The Sterkfontein Caves are owned by the University of the Witwatersrand where scientists have been responsible for the main excavations. Discoveries include stone age tools, many plants, hominid and animal fossils such as the world famous 2.1 million year old “Mrs Ples”, and the almost complete 3-million year old Australopithecus skeleton “Little Foot”.   The Maropeng Visitor Centre: Tour 2 500 m² of inter­ active exhibits on the development of humans and our ances­tors over the past few million years – a thrilling journey through time.   An underground boat ride with snow-making and

ice-producing machines give voyagers an indication of what the ice age may have been like. Journey further in time to the world submerged in water, and beyond that to the formation of the earth’s crust and the shifting of the tecton­ic plates. Continue on foot into the ‘black hole’, before emerging in front of an audio-visual presentation on the formation of the earth.   The Tumulus Restaurant offers refreshments and meals whilst you enjoy spectacular views over the Magalies­­­berg and Witwatersberg mountain ranges.     The Maropeng Conference Centre events team will turn your conference, strategy session or team-building event into an unforgettable experience. There are stateof-the-art facilities and full catering amenities ideal for intimate meetings or events hosting up to 500 delegates.   The Cradle of Humankind covers 47 000 hectares north-west of Gauteng, and is home to over 17 000 residents. The Magalies Meander and hot-air ballooning give additional regional perspective.

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LOCATION Gauteng, Johannesburg, Rivonia ACCOMMODATION 44 Suites 2 Presidential Suites Private Dining Room Cocktail Lounge Spa & Fitness Pool Deck

EXPERIENCE THE past today! Liliesleaf will take you on a journey of inspiration, enlightenment and discovery. Learn about the stories, events and activities that defined a seminal moment in South Africa’s history. So much more than a museum or historical site, Liliesleaf is a living-breathing place of memory and legacy.   The cutting edge technology of the exhibits takes you on an interactive journey of epic proportions, bringing to life many fascinating stories, activities and events that

helped shape the South Africa of today. It is an inspiring experience! From the unique interactive table that allows visitors to pull up information on topics such as the Raid, Escape and Trial, to the captivating Cabinet of Curiosity, which contains a web of fascinating personal stories, to the Spy Telephones that tell the tale of the apparent involvement of foreign intelligent agencies, Liliesleaf is no ordinary site it is an inspiring experience in a spectacular setting where history comes to life.

FACILITIES Museum components: Manor house The outbuildings Thatched cottage The water tank and coal bunker Resource Centre Library Liberation Centre Exhibits Interactive Table, the Apartheid era 3d interface - video, images, audio & text Conferences & Functions Auditorium Breakaway Room Restaurant Guided Tours CONTAC T +27 (0)11 803 7882/3/4

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Lesedi African Lodge and Cultural Village

LOCATIO N R512 North of Johannesburg 25�50.263 S 27�53.064 E

Lesedi African Lodge and Cultural Village, a 45-minute drive from Johannesburg and Pretoria, awaits those wishing to participating in the mystical cultures and traditions of the people of Africa, steeped in tribal folklore and ancestral traditions. Culture is the light of our nation, feel it at Lesedi. Staying overnight includes a welcome in the traditional African way and then being escorted to ‘their’ village. Accom­modation is in comfortable, traditionally styled guest rooms, decorated in vibrant colours. At the Ndebele village the introduction to the cultural

experience precedes a multi-media presentation on the history and origins of today’s rainbow nation followed by a guided tour of four other ethnic homesteads – Zulu, Basotho, Xhosa and Pedi. Traditional singing and dancing depicts stories of the ancestors at the Boma. The Nyama Choma Restaurant serves “The Greatest African Feast”, a Pan African Buffet. Awaken to the sounds of traditional maskande guitar or squash-box, and full English breakfast is served. Lesedi is a village of natural and tasteful harmony with the bushveld and rocky hills.

ACCOMMODAT I O N Traditional Villages Pedi, Sotho, Xhosa, Zulu, Ndebele CONTAC T +27 (0)87 940 9933

SHAKALAND LOCATIO N Eshowe area, Kwa Zulu Natal 28 46’47 S 31 28’48 E CONTAC T +27 (0)35 460 0912

+27 (0)800 600 889

THE GREATEST Zulu experience in Africa. Feel the pulsating rhythm of mysterious and magical Africa as you re-live the excitement and romance of the days of Shaka, King of the Zulus, in this authentic re-creation of the Great Kraal in the heart of Zululand, between Eshowe and Melmoth, nestling on the top of the Entombeni Hills, overlooking the Phobane Lake.   Traditional beehive hut-accommodation is equipped with private bathroom and shower, modern conveniences with spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding hills. The Shisha Nyama feast is a fusion of local Zulu

and South African dishes prepared in three legged pots on an open fire. Taste everything from wild spinach, to stews and barbeques. The Nandi Programme includes the culture tour, assegai­-wielding warriors dancing and singing, beer-drinking ceremony, understanding Zulu social systems, fighting formations, greeting of the home, meeting the sangoma and nyanga, witnessing beadwork, pottery, beer making, spear throwing and more.   A modern conference room is available from 50 up to 100 delegates, for banquets, cocktails or educational workshops.



RECREATION AFRICA Recreation Africa Group (RAG) a leading hotel group in South Africa that offers a proudly “African” experience at its Misty Hills Country Hotel, Conference Centre & Spa, Carnivore Restaurant and Kedar Country Lodge, Conference Centre & Spa. The establishments have grown in reputation and status and have become favoured destinations for many. RAG is distinctly African and consciously endeavours to promote African art, culture, cuisine and hospitality at every level. SI YA PHAMBILE – Let us go forward! THE CARNIVORE The Carnivore restaurant needs little introduction. Renowned for its positioning state­ment “Africa’s Greatest Eating Experience” and a “Beast of a Feast” experience. The vibrant African décor and informal ambience are the hallmark of the Carnivore experience


KEDAR COUNTRY LODGE, CONFERENCE CENTRE Situated in the North West Province, on the historic farm of President Paul Kruger and with a private nature reserve inhabited by many species of flora and fauna; whether relaxing, conferencing or exploring, you’ll enjoy the many luxurious facili­ties and friendly service at Kedar Country Lodge, Conference Centre & Spa.


The perfect retreat for guests and conference delegates seeking tranquillity and comfort. Situated in Muldersdrift, and ideally positioned with easy access to major metropolitan centres.

Feel Rejuvenated, Relaxed and Energised. This sanctuary is built in an idyllic setting, overlooking a natural wetland, and embraces a truly African spa experience. Find solace in body and spirit as profes­sionally trained therapists bring tranquilli­ ty into your life through soothing treatments.

MISTY HILLS SPA Ultimate renewal and relaxation in a tranquil environment. Be Pampered, Rejuvenated, Relaxed and Energised.

LOCATION Misty Hills Muldersdrift, Gauteng X: 26.02563 Y: 27.85755 Kedar Rustenburg, NW Province S25 ‘33’ 3” E27 ‘7’ 16”

We offer an exclusive range of face and body products for purchase.

PAUL KRUGER MUSEUM This is the historic farm of President Paul Kruger, Boekenhoutfontein. The Kruger family home from 1862 – 1883. The museum allows us to step back in time, reach beyond ourselves, to feel the connection to those who have gone before us, who experienced the same feelings, encountered similar revelations, endeavoured to know their place and purpose.

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The Sacred Sites Foundation and Sunpath Sacred Site Tours The Sacred Site Foundation of South Africa (SSFoSA) a

wisdom through an authentic, heartfelt commitment

registered NPO, research­es, maps, develops and raises

and respect. Maintenance and access will be monitored

consciousness of the prehistoric sacred sites in South

creating jobs within Arts and Cultural Heritage Tourism

Africa. They promot­e our indigenous heritage, spirit and

and the Conser­vation framework. Sacred stones, springs and ancient burial caves are wove­n together across more than 700 km to form a “light grid”, an ancient celestial

LOCATION Cape Town & the Western Cape

calendar, defin­ed by the cardinal directions of the sunrise and sunset of the summer and winter solstices, the

DIREC TION DE TA I L S To be advised for each tour

equinoxes and a lot more … Journeys and experiences are

SERVICES Dowsing Consultancy Learning the Art of Sacred Divinin­g using Divining Rods Sustainable site management funding

co-created with special facilitators to guide you on this

Sunpath Hiking: Guided day excursions, Cape Town

THE PYRAMID AND ALL SEEING EYE Low fitness: 2 – 3 hours

spiritual adventure, suitable for all age groups.


Visit a 50 ft crystalline Pyramidal Markerstone – capturing the setting sun on the summer solstice through a hole at its apex, the “all seeing eye”. Explore sacred geometry and earth energies using dowsing rods. The GREAT BURIAL CAVE & CRYSTAL TUNNEL / ASCENSION CAVE Medium Fitness: 3 hours This crystal tunnel cave, 27 ft in diameter, is located in the Peninsula.

CONTAC T +27 (0)79 404 8762

Peers Cave is an ancient burial site. Over 14 skeletons have been excavat­ed. The ‘Cave of Ascension’, believed to be a ritual cave of rebirth and fertilit­y, is regarded as one of the most sacred Caves.

Overland Tours – Sacred Journeys:

The Sacred Llundudno FERTILITY CAVES and GREAT MOTHERSTONE Low Fitness: 2 – 3 hours

March 2013 African Healing Rays Journey 12 days South Africa

At this magical place the ritual earth, sea and sky meet. This is the sleeping place where the sun symbolically died. Visit sacred caves and

September 2013 Africa Awakening Journey 12 days South Africa including Cape Town

shell middens, steeped with the spirit of the ancestors. Experience the power and beauty of the ‘Great Motherstone’.

Lion’s Head the WATCHMAN’S CAVE and the GRANITE CRYSTAL SKULL Medium Fitness: 3 hours   Explore the incredible crystal rock and the earth energies that surroun­d it. On Lion’s Head lies a sacred guardian a 10 ft granite head facing south with an eyehole aligned due west capturing the setting sun. Also visit the Watchman’s Cave, believed to be a sacred cave used by the early Shamans and Healers.

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Tau Game Lodge


A WARM cup of coffee and an African sunrise – what could be better? A rustle in the bushes nearby, and you quickly embark a game viewing vehicle, and just in time! To your amazement, a mating pair of leopards slips into view, meandering on and off the road, disappearing in and out of the long grass. As they wander off, you are left with only the typical mating calls and growls, and the sounds of the grass rustling in your ears. This is what one of our rangers experienced recently while on drive.   Madikwe Game Reserve boasts year-round game viewing and is one of the few reserves where one can view a wide variet­y of fauna, including the Big 5, wild dog and cheetah, and is home to a bird population of over 250 species.   Tau Game Lodge overlooks a natural waterhole, which attracts a variety of game, as does the diverse vegetation that thrives in the fertile topsoil. Thirty luxury chalets are spread out in U-formation on eithe­r side of the lodge, offer­ing excellent views of

animals approaching the water­hole from the opposite bank. Six chalets were enlarged and are now able to accommodate three adults sharing or two adults and two children in one deluxe chalet. The family suite is an ideal spacious, open-plan and modern unit, suitable for families or two couples travelling together.   Tau boasts a state-of-the art convention centre, situated at walking distance from the lodge, and can seat up to 150 delegates.   Tau Spa Oasis offers a sanctuary where you can indulge your sen­ses in a unique fusion of therapie­s designed to replenish and soothe body, mind and soul.   Tau endeavours to give back to the community and the environment in every aspect of their business, always keeping in mind the success of all involv­ed in the projects which Tau supports. For this reason the Tau Foundation and the Tau Tree Fund were started, allowing guests to participate in the experience of giving back to our beautiful land.

Madikwe Game Reserve North West Province GPS for Helipad next to Lodge: 24o42’ 467S 26o 12’288E ACCOMMODATION 30 Luxury Chalets Viewing decks Swimming pool Convention Centre Dining venues Boma Tau Spa Oasis FACILITIES Game drives Big 5, Wild Dog, Cheetah and 27 major game species Bird-watching - 250 species

CONTAC T +27 (0)11 314 4350 +27 (0)83 262 2013

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LOCATION Upper Escaprment: 24° 08’ 35.6” S 28° 34’ 34.6”E Lower Escaprment: 24° 13’ 02.5” S 28° 42’ 54.1”E ACCOMMODAT I O N Lakeside Lodge: 22 Rooms Ravineside Lodge: 24 Rooms Kingfisher Lodge: 8 Rooms Wildside Safari Camp: 20 Tented Chalets Hanglip Mountain Lodge: 10 Rooms CONTAC T Central Reservations: +27 (0) 11 729 6700

ENTABENI SAFARI CONSERVANCY “The Place of the Mountain”, is situated in the World Heritage “Waterberg Biosphere” of the Waterberg region. Less than a threehour drive north of Johannesburg, this 22 000ha malariafree reserve boasts five eco-systems.   Entabeni offers far more than the usual game sightings of the Big Five. Scenic helicopter flights are an experience beyond comparison. Combine an exhilarating helicopter flight with a romantic meal on a secluded mountain top and enjoy the indescribable natural beauty of the Waterberg Region.   Encounter the supreme wildlife of Africa including the Big Five with qualified rangers, either in open, safari game viewing vehicles, on foot or on horseback. Other activities include golf, stargazing, sunset cruises, bush dinners, cultural village and the Wildlife Cultural Centre.   Entabeni Safari Conservancy offers accommodation in five unique lodges :   Lakeside Lodge is set on the banks of the 1,7km Lake Entaben­i. View hippos from private decks with everchanging reflections of the Entabeni Mountain in the Lake. Under the shadow of Entabeni Mountain, Ravine-

side Lodge is built on stilts hugging the cliff edge, offering spectacular, unspoilt ravine and wooded hillside views.   Kingfisher Lodge is intimate and exclusive. The ambienc­e is luxuriously inviting. Lake tranquility and distant bush views is nature at its undisturbed best.   A true African bush experience awaits guests at Wildside Safari Camp. The essence of unspoilt Waterberg wilderness is combined with comfortable, en-suite tented chalets­, creating a wild Africa atmosphere. Outdoor dinners, served in the boma, where a roaring fire and nocturnal calls of the wild create the perfect, relaxing end to exhilarating days in the bush.   The elegance of Hanglip Mountain Lodge evokes the romantic Africa of yesteryear. All luxury suites, furnished in African Baroque style, have private sun decks with breathtaking views across wetlands and vast open plains.   The Legend Lodges, Hotels & Resorts group encompasses the rich diversity of Southern Africa. Head office is based in Midrand. Properties are located throughout South Africa and in Mozambique including resorts, game and safari lodges, country lodges, coastal hotels and lodges, cultural villages and shebeens.

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LOCATION Sabi Sand Wildtuin, Mpumalanga CAMPS & GPS

OVER A span of 30 years, Sabi Sabi has evolved, protected and respected the wilderness in its care, and emerged to become the award winning icon it is today.   Situated in world renowned Sabi Sand Wildtuin, Sabi Sabi is blessed with a variety of habitat and wildlife including the Big 5 – lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino – as well as cheetah, wild dog. Exciting morning and evening open Land Rover safaris, as well as environmental awareness walking safaris, are led by experienced rangers and trackers.   Within this wildlife oasis Sabi Sabi is home to four luxurious 5-star lodges – the lodges of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,   A tribute to the pioneers of the late 1800’s, the historically themed Selati Camp is the Sabi Sabi of Yesterday. Selati’s 8 beautiful suites, including the Ivory Presidential Suite, are filled with authentic antiques and vintage décor - offering romance with a dash of nostalgic opulence.   The Today experience is found at Bush Lodge with its traditional safari style made new and exciting with a vibrant and eclectic mix of furnishings and décor. Accommodating only 25 couples, the lodge has earned a reputa-

tion of warmth and service excellence. Little Bush Camp continues the Today experience of consummate African hospitality. The lodge is intimate – just 6 suites, making it an ideal retreat for an idyllic hideaway.   Earth Lodge, the Sabi Sabi of Tomorrow, is a celebration of ecological responsibility, and stands as one of the world’s top 10 destinations. Sculpted into a slope of the earth, the lodge merges so well into the surrounding bushveld that it is virtually invisible. Each of the 13 suites, including the famous Amber Suite, is individually decorated to reflect Africa’s mineral wealth hidden beneath the earth. Earth Lodge continuously meets and exceeds the highest international standards of architectural design, innovative décor and superb facilities.   Each lodge offers the comforts of air-conditioning, ensuite bathrooms with indoor and outdoor shower, mini bar, tea & coffee making facilities and safes. The award winning Amani Spa offer a range of holistic treatments at Bush Lodge and Earth Lodge.   While maintaining a deep respect and bond with the wilderness, Sabi Sabi continues to be voted one of world’s premier safari destinations.

Selati Camp: S24 53.857 E031 30.627 Bush Lodge: S24 55.254 E031 31.270 Little Bush Camp: S24 54.187 E031 28.787 Earth Lodge: S24 56.760 E031 28.197 FACILITIES Guided 4x4 open vehicle safaris Amani Spa at Bush Lodge Amani Spa at Earth Lodge EleFun Children’s Centre at Bush Lodge COMMUNITY TOURS Incentives Weddings Romantic Touches Themed Dinners Photographic Tuition

CONTAC T +27 (0)11 447 7172

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Samara Private Game Reserve


LOCATION 55 km outside Graaff-Reinet, 258 km from Port Elizabeth E240 45’ 48” S320 26’ 34” ACCOMMODAT I O N Karoo Lodge: 2 Sibella suites 3 Karoo garden suites 3 Homestead Lodge suites 2 Homestead Camdeboo suites Manor House: 4 luxury suites Mountain Retreat: 3 Homestead bedrooms 2 Wagon House bedrooms FACILITIES Traditional boma Various bush dining venues Game drives & wilderness walks Children ‘Aardvark’ programme NEARBY Valley of Desolation

+27(0)49 891 0558

Samara Private Game Reserve is situated in the malariafree Eastern Cape where time stands still. Surrounded by 70 000 protected acres in the Great Karoo, be inspired by the conservation projects where every effort is bein­g made to preserve global biodiversity in this unique environ­ment.   Karoo Lodge accommodates up to 20 guests in luxury Karoo cottages or rooms in the restored colonial homestead. All are air-conditioned with en-suite bathrooms. Relax on the wrap around veranda or cool off in the pool.   The exclusive use Manor at Samara offers total privacy for up to eight guests in four luxury en-suite rooms with air-conditioning and underfloor heating. Services include a personal ranger, chef and butler. Unwind on the patio and gaze over the 21 m infinity pool at the water-hole beyond, where game drink morning and late afternoon.

  Secluded, wild and remote, Samara’s mountain retreat surveys an ancient landscape, overlooking the Valley of the Bushman where rare Khoisan paintings of cheetah are preserved. There are three double en-suite bedrooms in the main homestead as well as a comfort­able lounge with fireplace and dining-room. A wide wrap-around veranda provides the perfect area for relaxing while contemplating the awesome view. A jacuzzi on the veranda affords an ideal cooling-off spot. A further two en-suite bedrooms are situated in the restored Victorian barn.   With your professional guides you will experience an exclusive interaction with the highly endangered cheetah and explore the untouched plains of the Camdeboo, viewing magnificent herds of antelope and delight in the mountain plateau where the endangered Cape Mountain Zebra have found safe haven.

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De Hoop Collection

LOCATION De Hoopvlei Malgas, Bredasdorp area 34�26’3”S, 20�32’52”E ACCOMMODAT I O N Opstal Manor House Opstal Houses Opstal Vlei Cottages The Opstal De Hoop Village Vlei Rondawels Melkkamer Manor House Melkkamer Foreman Cottage Melkkamer Vlei Cottage Koppie Alleen Camping & Caravan sites FACILITIES Aircraft landing strip The Fig Tree Restaurant Picnic baskets Walking & Hiking Trails Mountain Biking Whales & Marine Life CONTAC TS +27 (0)21 422 4522 +27 (0)861 334 667

DE HOOP NATURE RESERVE is part of a World Heritage Site and Ramsar Wetland of International Importance.   It offers spectacular coastline, sand dunes, vlei, flora, mountain, birding, wildlife and some of the world’s best whale sighting experiences. Between fynbos plains, game drives and the endless beach, there’s no better way to spend your day. Marine and wildlife education talks, the whales, stargazing, the camp fire and hospitality will fulfil your stay. This marine protected area is transformed into one of the world’s most important nursery areas for Southern Right Whales between June and November each year - at times viewing more than 50 whales in a single sighting. The 36000ha De Hoop Nature Reserve is a safe, outdoor destination with almost year-round sunshine. The accommodation offered is either catered or self catered. The offerings range from rondavels through to cottages and houses to five-star manor houses, something for everyone. Day visitors are welcome. Birdlife is plenty. Walking, hiking and cycling trails abound, allowing visitors to view the various game specie­s, fauna and birdlife from close up.   The Fig Tree Restaurant is open all day offering delicious local fare including picnic baskets for alfresco meals or to take to the beach. Celebrations, weddings and conferencing are also available   Guided quad bike trails are a highlight. A tennis court, swimming pool and a boules courtyard are available.

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BONGANI MOUNTAIN LODGE IDEALLY situated in the shadows of the Malelane Mountain range in 8 000 hectares of Mthetomusha Game Reserve, on the south western border of the world renowned Kruger National Park. It is a low-risk malaria destination due to its altitude where you can experience the Big Five including lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo. Walk ancient paths once used by the San (Bushman) people with over 250 recorded San rock art sites,

estimated to be 1 500 years old, the greatest concentration of recorded rock art per square metre on earth.   Rooms are a subtle blend of timber and thatch. Each have private decks featuring magnificent wraparound views, ideal for families, groups or individual travelers.   Bongani has a fully-equipped, air conditioned conference room accommodating up to 60 delegates. The Deck offers panoramic views and ample breakaway areas.


LOCATION Mthethomusha Game Reserve 25°27’ 33’’ S 31°17’ 23’’ E ACCOMMODATION 38 Rooms, twins & doubles CONTAC T + 27 11 676 3123

Chobe Marina Lodge, Botswana CHOBE MARINA LODGE is surrounded by the natural beauty of Africa. The lodge is situated on the banks of the Chobe River in Kasane in the north-eastern corner of the country, bordering Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. It is in close proximity to the Chobe National Park, the Okavan­go Delta, the Kasane Forest Reserve, the Caprivi Strip and the Zambezi River, with the Victoria Falls a two-hour drive away. The Chobe National Park is home to approximately 120 000 elephants, one of the largest

concentrations in the world.   Chobe Marina Lodge is a ‘must visit’ destination when in Southern Africa. Encounter Africa’s awesome foursome (elephant, leopard, lion and buffalo). A river boat trip to the park, will introduce you to a totally different game viewing experience. Try your hand at fishing for the famed tiger fish, which inhabit the Chobe and Kasai River systems. Golfers too are catered for with a golf course in close proximity to the lodge.

LOCATION Chobe River, Kasane 19°56’7.80”S - 23°29’37.86”E CONTAC T +267 625 2221/2

+27 (0)800 600 889

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AFRICAN SUN HOTELS CARIBBEA  BAY: Lake Kariba, the largest man-made lake on the African continent after Egypt’s Aswan Dam and Cahora Bassa in Mozambique is bordered by Zimbab­we and Zambia, and fed by the mighty Zambezi River.   Kariba town, near the massive dam wall, has become a tourist resort in its own right, and Caribbea Bay Resort, with its great climate all year round and a host of water sports on hand, makes this a favourite Zimbabwean playground. Sun downers on the pool deck, informal dinner in ACCOMMODAT I O N 76 rooms and 7 suites

the Terrace Restaurant, playing the tables at the intimate casino add to the highlights of a memorable stay.

Great Zimbabwe Hotel & Lodges: The Great Zimbab­we Monument is the capital of the ancient realm of King Munhumutapa. Fashioned, it is believed between ACCOMMODAT I O N 100 well-appointed rooms/suites

1250 and 1450 AD, from regular rectangular granite blocks skilfully placed one upon the other without the use of tools. This World Heritage Site is a unique historical, cultural and archaeological landmark with many unusual artefacts including the Zimbabwe bird. Straddling its own grounds and the World Heritage Site is the Great Zimbab­ we Hotel & Lodges with its own African Sun tradition of a warm welcome and top quality products and service.

ACCOMMODAT I O N 38 rooms including suites

RESERVATIO NS +27 (0)100030079/81/82/83/84

Hwange Safari Lodge: Famous for its huge popu­la­­­­tions of game, including the Big 5 and the world’s biggest ele­phant population, this conservancy is on the border­of Hwange National Park – 14,650 km2 of unspoilt Afri­can bush, an hour’s drive from Victoria Falls. Let the experienced game rangers guide you whilst sharing knowledge with you about the park, its flora and fauna, and its inhabitants on day and night drives. The lodge’s water­-hole provides game viewing from each room, the restaurant, pool area and viewing deck.   Enjoy bush dinners under starlight skies and loca­l traditional entertainment.

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MANTIS COLLECTION – STANLEY & LIVINGSTONE, Victoria Falls The Stanley & Livingstone Boutique Hotel is situated on a 6 000-acre private reserve known as the Victoria Falls Private Game Reserve and offers a diverse and yet unique African experience. The Victoria Falls and Zambezi River are only a 15-minute drive away.   The hotel has 16 exquisitely furnished suites all of which are air-conditioned and equipped with satellite TV. Each suite features its own patio that looks out onto a lush, tropical garden and shimmering ponds. The swim-

ming pool and outdoor recreation area provide guests with the opportunity to soak up and enjoy the scenery being just meters from the African bush.   You will be welcomed to the warm ambience of the main living room and reception area, where natural thatch and timbers combine tastefully with traditional English furnishings.   Enjoy the wonders of nature in and around Victoria Falls, The Stanley and Livingstone is truly like no other.

LOCATION Upper Zambezi, near Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe S 17:59’ 58.47” E 25:48’ 35.27” CONTAC T

ZAMBEZI QUEEN   There can be few natural wonders as synonymous with Africa’s raw wilderness as the great Chobe River and the opportunity to enjoy this thrilling experience from your own private suite aboard a luxury 45-meter boat.   The Zambezi Queen operates in 5-star opulence, and is all about pampering, indulgence, and superior comfort offering 14 luxury en-suite cabins with private balconies and river views.

  While ensuring every indulgence is met this unique and sophisticated experience has not lost the essence of all that is uniquely African.   Whether you are dining on our third level restaurant watching the animals gather at the water at dusk, game viewing from one of our private boats, or attempting to land your first tiger fish, our professional team will be on hand to meet your every need.

LOCATION Zambezi and Chobe Rivers, Botswana and Namibia 17°49’0 S 25°8’60 E CONTAC T +27 (0)21 438 0032

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INFORMATIO N Walking, Water & 4x4 Safaris Lodge Transfer Services CENTRAL RESERVAT I O NS +260 211 266 927 www.

Puku Pan GPS airstrip: AIRPUK 8 secluded cottages

Livingstone Guest Farm E 25.55188 S 17.47082 5 lodge guest rooms

Bangweulu S11 20.611 E029 33.752 3 Lakefront chalets

AMAZING ZAMBIA seeks to merge tourism with rural development and nature conservation at the best national parks. They provide accommodation at three unique safari lodges, as well as tailor-made tours to present you with an amazing combination of nature, wildlife and people. KAFUE NATIONAL PARK On the banks of the Kafue River, lies the second largest game park in the world. A place where hippos rule the waters, lions the land and fish eagles the sky. In this pristine wilderness lies Puku Pan, a rustic yet comfortable safari lodge designed to blend in with its extraordi足 nary natural surroundings. VICTORIA FALLS Welcome to Livingstone Guest Farm, where you experience the true African hospitality! The farm, a unique lodge, is a private and peaceful retreat in an unspoiled rural setting on the Maramba River, close to the mighty Victoria Falls ...

LAKE BANGWEULU In Northern Zambia lies a large lake with water so blue and beaches so white that one could mistake it for the sea, Lake Bangweulu. Amazing Zambia has transformed a piece of paradise into a haven for relaxation at Bangweulu Bay Lodge.

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LOCATION Kafue National Park Zambia 4 – 4⅟₂ hour transfer west of Lusaka, Kafue National Park 14�32'51.33”S 26�28'59.09”E ACCOMMODATION

EXPERIENCE AN authentic African wildlife safari in total solitude at the luxurious Leopard Lodge, Kafue National Park game lodge on the banks of the Kafue River.   Enjoy Excellent Game Viewing: Kafue National Park is well known for its excellent game viewing with vast herds of antelope, lions, leopards, buffalo and elephant, that are often seen around the Game Lodge. Birdwatching in Kafue National Park, Zambia is a highlight for anyone wanting to go birding in Africa   Experience Total Solitude: Being distant from any other human development, you have miles and miles of wilderness to explore without bumping into anybody.   Be Part of Nature: Game walks through the Lodge. Ele­ ph­ants are common visitors, antelopes graze the lawns,

and lions and leopards regularly find their prey here.   Be Spoilt: Let our friendly staff pamper you whilst you relax in one of our 5 individually sited en suite luxury chalets, or whilst you soak up the environment from our deck that extends over the Kafue River.   Stay at Leopard Lodge and explore the Kafue National Park be it by game drives, birding, fishing, boat cruises, walking safaris or just absorbing the beauty of this game reserve. River Fishing is excellent with many fishing spots in the Kafue River with many fish species.   Leopard Lodge is committed to Responsible Tourism and hence is dedicated to the conservation and protection of the environment, whilst creating opportunities for the local people and businesses.

6 well-appointed Luxury Chalets FACILITIES Game drives Guided walking safaris Boat cruises Canoeing Fresh water fishing Birding Swimming Pool

CONTAC TS +27 82 553 8767

“Wine is sunlight, held together by water.” Galileo Galilei


A Taste of Fine Vine

The South Africa wine industry is proud of our position to maintaining our position as a world leader in eco-sustainability. THE BIODIVERSITY AND WINE INITIATIVE (BWI), a partnership between wine producers and the wine sector seeks to protect the highly threatened Cape Floral Kingdom from further loss. Set aside for conservation are some 132 000 ha, significantly more than the 101 000 ha comprising our national vineyard.   More recently our sustainability focus extends to include social sustainability. We have created the framework for the wine world’s first ethical seal. This aims to fast-track the implementation of fair labour practices on our wine farms and in the cellars.   Our wines are showing ever-increasing finesse and complexity. Many estates attract extremely positive critical attention to advance our standing as a national producer of excellence across the pricing continuum. We have also broadened the scope of our offerings to accommodate the demand for greater flavour sophistication at the entry level, with lower-alcohol content, as well as increasing the range of sparkling wine products.   As current chairman of the Cape Winemakers Guild, I truly encompass our philosophy of constantly trying to raise the standard of the South African Wine Industry. As a dynamic team, we strive to ensure our wines stand out amongst the best in the world. Our main goal is to extract the full potential from our unique South African terroir and to set new world-class benchmarks for South African and indeed the world’s wine production standard­s.   It gives me great pleasure to be involved in the ever-growing and exceptional South African Wine Industry. I believe that through continuously striving for perfection and maintaining our philosophy of being a world-class contender, we are fast becoming one of the great wine and tourist destinations in the world. Louis Strydom CHAIRMAN CAPE WINEMAKER’S GUILD

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Groot Constantia 1685

LOCATION Constantia, Cape Town 340 01’37,03” S, 180 25’28,84” E FACILITIES Iziko Museum Cellar Tour & Wine tasting Vineyard Tours Restaurants Art Gallery EVENTS Functions Weddings Wine Sales THE ESTATE’S MAIN VARIETALS Sauvignon Blanc Chardonnay Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Shiraz Pinotage CONTAC T +27 (0)21 794 5128

GROOT CONSTANTIA is one of the Cape’s oldest and most famous wine farms dating back to 1685, producing wine continuously since its inception. The Groot Constantia trademark is one of the oldest surviving trademarks in the world today serving as a testimony of continuous quality wine production over centuries. Therefore, wines and heritage remain at the heart of the Constantia Valley.   The land was granted to Simon van der Stel, 891 morge­n (about 763 hectares), situated behind Table Mountain, which he named “Constantia”. The farm had several owners of which two were female. The Cloete family put Groot Constantia on the map from 1778 to 1885. Constantia wine was coveted across the globe and those who were fortunate enough to taste it soon refused to settle for anything less. Members of the British Royal House, Napoleon Bonaparte, King Louis Philippe of France, Frederick (The Great) of Prussia, the Lord Seventeen of the VOC, governors, admirals, captains, and many other dignitaries coveted the Constantia label.   Considering that they been making wine for over 325

years from the very first vines planted in the Cape – in what can only be described as the perfect natural conditions and under the watchful eye of the winemakers – it becomes clear why our wines have become legendary and unique. The estate today, covers 170 hectares, of which 96 hectares is under vines. Over the last six years Groot Constantia has won 34 gold medals for a variety of its wines.   Groot Constantia stands as a pinion of excellence for the South African wine industry and is an ideal example for the preservation of the cultural and historical heritage of the country. The farm has a wonderful array of things to do and see: visit the Manor House and Cloete Cellar dating back to 1791. Daily cellar tours and wine tasting as well as guided vineyard tours, two outstanding restaurants (Simon’s and Jonkershuis), as well as an art gallery displaying the paintings of local artists. As one of Cape Town’s Big 6 tourist attractions, with over 300 000 estate visitors annually, they are part of the Hop-on-hop-off City Sightseeing bus route.



Ernie Els Wines

LOCATION Western Cape Annandale Road, Stellenbosch S 34° 00, 880 E 018° 50, 860 FACILITIES Wine tasting & lunch Cellar tours Golf chipping competitions

SINCE FOUNDING Ernie Els Wines more than a decade ago, the wine producer has grown and matured into a successful and multi-award winning enterprise with a magnificent portfolio of wines produced at the winery on the slopes of the Helderberg Mountain in Stellenbosch. Ernie himself is passionate about wine and is very involved in the tasting process. In partnership with experienced winemaker Louis Strydom their shared passion for premium wine is reflected in the quality of the product right across the price ranges.   Since its launch in 1999, Ernie Els Wines has establish­ ed a magnificent portfolio of South African red wines, offering quality wines for everyone at various different price-points. Ernie’s passion for these wines, combined with winemaker Louis Strydom’s considerable talents, has proved a winning combination. Ernie Els Wines has won plaudits and many prestigious awards around the world and the team continues to make a big impact on both the South African and international wine markets.   Louis Strydom, one of the leading winemakers in the South African wine industry for more than 13 years, and

now the Chairman of the Cape Winemakers Guild, will play a key role. “I’m excited about this new opportunity,” commented Louis. “We are here to show the true potential of the Ernie Els terroir and cellar ability, and to make Ernie Els Wines more accessible to a wider spectrum of consumer.” Louis has produced the only South African wine to be nominated four years consecutively as one of the Top 100 wines in the world.   The year 2010 marked a significant and exciting period of expansion for Ernie Els Wines as it introduced additional and affordable red wines to its portfolio. This bold initiative gave Ernie Els Wines greater diversity and also extent to its products across a wider price range, at the same time introducing the brand to a larger audience worldwide. In July 2011, the range was further extended with the introduction of two white wines, which was another first for the company. So, an impressive total of six separate red wines, and two white wines are now housed under the Ernie Els Wines portfolio.

RED WINES Ernie Els Signature Bordeauxstyle blend Ernie Els Proprietor’s Blend Ernie Els Proprietor’s Syrah Ernie Els Cabernet Sauvignon Ernie Els Merlot Ernie Els Big Easy red blend WHITE WINES Ernie Els Sauvignon Blanc Ernie Els Big Easy Chenin Blanc CONTAC T +27 (0)21 881 3588



Haute Cabrière

LOCATION Pass Road, Franschhoek 33°54’26.14”S 19° 7’3.05”E FACILITIES Tasting Room: Mon - Fri: 09:00 to 17:00 Sat: 10:00 to 16:00 Sunday: 11:00 to 16:00 Restaurant: Lunch: Tue–Sun; Dinner: Tue–Sat (Oct–Apr) & Fri–Sat (May–Sep) From the Cellar: Haute Cabrière – Pinot Noir Chardonnay Pinot Noir Unwooded Pinot Noir Pierre Jourdan Tranquille Cuvée Brut Brut Sauvage Blanc de Blancs Belle Rose Fine de Jourdan Potstill Brandy Ratafia CONTACT Wine Sales & Tasting: +27 (0)21 876 8500 Restaurant: (27) (0)21 876 3688

HAUTE CABRIÈRE is a wine farm steeped in history and local lore. Originally granted to a French Huguenot farmer, Pierre Jourdan, on the 22 December 1694, it has been part of the Franschhoek Wine Valley fabric for over 300 years. Being a pioneer is intrinsic to Haute Cabrière and throughout its development and evolution it has always remained true to this heritage.   In 1982, with a pioneering legacy in mind, the vine­ yards were replanted in the tradition of the Champagne. The wines and Cap Classiques that Haute Cabrière now creates are the result of the this pivotal decision made over 28 years ago: To focus only on the classic Chardonnay and Pinot Noir cultivars. Brave unconventional decisions made then ensure that today Achim von Arnim, the famed proprietor and the Haute Cabrière team, continue to add to the farm’s spirit, by specialising in an enticing

range of champenoise – named after the original Haute Cabrière trailblazer and founder, Pierre Jourdan.   Comprised of two farms, situated on opposite ends of the breathtaking Franschhoek Wine Valley, Haute Cabrière is something extraordinary. A rich history, a whim­sical setting, a seductive approach to wine and a magnetic proprietor ensure that Haute Cabrière is a decadent affair for any visitor.   Its celebrated restaurant, Haute Cabrière, enhances the experience. Here, dishes are expertly paired with each wine and méthode champenoise, showing off the ultimate marriage between food and wine. Then there’s the exclusive extravagance of theatrical wine tours and tasting sessions where guests are treated to, among other things, the famous French Cavalry Sabrage show orchestrated by the charming Achim and Takuan von Arnim.


L’ERMITAGE FRANSCHHOEK CHATEAU & VILLAS L’ERMITAGE offers luxury Villa styled leisure and business accommodation, ideally situated amongst Fynbos layered mountains and vineyards.   The Franschhoek Valley offers breathtaking scenery, world class restaurants, luxurious accommodation, wine tasting in exquisite settings, charming art galleries, quaint shops, and much more.   Situated in the “gourmet capital of South Africa” our on- site restaurant offers hearty home cooked meals prepared by extremely talented and experienced chefs.

Catering for events can also be arranged and included   L’Ermitage offers an ideal conference venue with state-of-the -art audiovisual equipment and seating for up to 80 delegates. A perfect setting for those who want to make their wedding truly unique.   The French inspired town is peppered with wine farms, one of which is situated on the L’Ermitage propert­y. We produce our very own wine which is only sold on the estate.   Our sanctuary for your soul.


LOCATION Lambrechts Road, Franschhoek S33° 54’ 37.1” E019° 07’ 53.4” CONTAC TS +27 (0) 21 876 9200

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A CHARMING historic town with a wealth of Cape Dutch Architecture, Tulbagh is famous for its heritage and magnificent country living, nestled in scenic splendour. Church Street, home to 32 provincial monuments, is SA’s largest collection of monuments in one street.   Tulbagh hosts the most charming country weddings. The valley’s natural scenery, relative seclusions and quaint, old-world village atmosphere, all conspire to provid­e a beautiful backdrop for special occasions.   The museums, gourmet restaurants and outstanding accommodation facilities, make your stay in the village or near the surrounding mountains, working fruit farms and family wine estates, as well as lodgings in the village clustered around historic Church Street, will treat you to traditional cultures, hospitality and gastronomy.   For the explorers and nature lovers there are hiking and mountain biking trails; horse riding, fishing and birding adventures. Art and craft browsing and pub culture are equally enticing. Taste handcrafted Belgian chocolates, cheeses, estate olives and sun-dried fruits. Regular shows entertain locals and visitors at the beautifully

LOCATION Tulbagh Wine & Tourism 4 Church Street, Tulbagh CONTAC T (0)23 230 1375

restored Victorian-style theatre. The Christo Coetzee Galler­y, curio- and craft shops, spoil the visitor with choice of local arts.   Tulbagh’s Wine Route is dotted with farms, including gracefully old estates and conspicuously new cellars. These have been home to generations of the same family, and today are institutions in the local industry and distributed globally. There are micro-producers, boutique wineries, as well as foreign investment in the region, that has proven that Tulbagh’s terroir produces some of the finest wines, such as the Twee Jonge Gezellen’s Night Harvest embracing a unique blend and time for picking.   Tulbagh plays host to two major events every year. In June, the village is festooned with holly, bells, lights and tinsel as it celebrates ‘Christmas in Winter’, and in September the ‘Horse and Wild Flower Show’ offering entertainment for the whole family.   Tulbagh, a tourist destination for all seasons also provides you with an excellent base from which to tour the Cape Winelands and surrounding areas. The area lends itself to a superb holiday experience for tourist groups.

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MESSAGE from the South AfricaN SPA ASSOCIATION The only constant is change …. — Isaac Asimov ALTHOUGH THE core definition of spas, according to ISPA is the same: spas are places devoted to overall well-being through a variety of professional services that encourage the renewal of mind, body and spirit. We see tremendous change and diversity in the spa industry each year, allowing it to be one of the most dynamic and growing sectors of the leisure industry.   Spa trends, as identified by Spa Finder each year, show the global movement in the spa industry, allowing spas to address the changes, and spa-goers the opportunity of new spa experiences. One key identifiable trend is spas have been trying to move away from the gene­ ric “could be anywhere”. Demonstrating uniqueness and authenticity, through immersion in signature treatments, food, design and experiences indigenous to the spa’s unique place and culture.   However, independent of the type of spa, consumer confidence is paramount. One of the key function of the South African Spa Association is to create consumer confidence in the spa industry, through accreditation of establishments, according international spa standards, recognizing spa therapist qualifications, spa research and encouraging further education and upliftment in the industry.   Why are these requirements important to the consumer? Spa experiences are an important component in a person’s wellness regimes, as today’s lifestyle, stress levels and endless performance requirements are undermining to one health. It is therefore important that the spa experience is of a high quality and result focused, ensuring the client’s expectation are not only met, but also exceeded.   Additionally the South African Spa Association provides a platform for consumers to voice complaints and complements. Should an official complaint be logged with the South Afri­ can Spa Association, a South African Spa Association Consultant will visit/liase with the spa directly, to ascertain the nature of the complaint and determine the subsequent corrective steps, so ensuring the spa visitor is always protected, when visiting a member spa.   The SA Spa Association provides the consumer with peace of mind when visiting a spa that bears the South African Spa Association logo. A full list of member spas is available on the SA Spa Association Website:   So, take a moment to rediscover spas, as we reconnect and redefine ourselves, embracing each step of our spa journey. Dr Nadine de Freitas EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SOUTH AFRICA SPA ASSOCIATION

The South African Spa Associatio­n provides consume­r protection by assessing each spa facility according to international criteria, allowing you peace of mind when visiting a spa bearing their logo. South African Spa Associatio­n provides a platform for consumer­s to voice complaint­s & complements. Should an official complaint be logged, a consultant will liaise with the spa directly, to ascertain the nature of the complain­t and determine the subsequen­t correc­tive steps, ensuring the spa visitor is alway­s protected when visitin­g a member spa.

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Red Carnation Hotel Collection South Africa THE TWELVE APOSTLES HOTEL AND SPA NESTLED between the unspoiled natural beauty of the Table Mountain National Park and the Atlantic Ocean, this oasis lives up to its ethos “No request too large, no detail too small”. Perfect for romantic getaways, special occasion and for corporate functions up to 90 guests. Rooms and suites, individually decorated – reflect a fresh, calming environment, combining sophistication with simplicity, comfort and elegance. The spa … be pampered with a signature treatment at the outdoor spa gazebo while watching the sun sink into the ocean.

BUSHMANS KLOOF WILDERNESS RESERVE & WELL­ NESS RETREAT: Voted Relais & Châteaux Best Travel & Leisure Hotel in the World 2009, is located 270 km from Cape Town, in the Cederberg Mountains and is malaria and predator free. This sanctuary’s breathtaking beauty and tranquillity is set amidst wide open plains, majestic rock formations and crystal clear waterfalls. Magnifi­cent rooms and suites, each have a private terrac­e. Delicious organic cuisine is served in awesome dinin­g locations. Join guided walks amongst fynbos flowers and wildlife, with tales of the San-Bushman. The intimate spa and riverside spa gazebo offer unique holistic healing techniques and treatments using ancient remedies, rooibos, flowers and plants.

LOCATION Camps Bay, Cape Town S33.58’59.37’’ E18.21’ 31.43’’ CONTAC T +27 (0)21 437 9000 ACCOMMODATION 55 guest rooms & 15 luxury suites 1 Presidential suite

LOCATION Cedarberg, Western Cape S32 07’ 14’’ E19 06” 45’’ CONTACT +27 (0)21 481 1860 ACCOMMODATION 16 guest rooms & suites 1 Villa – Koro Lodge

THE OYSTER BOX Poised on Umhlanga’s beachfront, with sweeping views of the Indian Ocean and direct beach access, the new Oyster Box Hotel is one of SA’s most distinguished hotels. Rooms and suites are individually decorated. The villas has a privat­e plunge pool, overlooking tropical gardens. Renowned for its cuisine, guests can choose to dine at six venues. The sunken wine cellar is a private function venue. The Palm Court serves a lavish, traditional ‘High Tea’. The world class spa offers wellness and beauty treatments including South Africa’s only authentic, Turkish Hammam and an in-house fitness centre. It is KZN’s premiere wedding and honeymoon destination, and venue for conferences and workshops.

LOCATION Umghlanga Rocks, KZN S29 43 39 1 E 31 05 26 5 CONTACT +27 (0)31 514 5000 ACCOMMODATION 77 rooms and suite and 8 Villas 1 Presidential suite




LOCATION Near Hoedspruit, Limpopo Province E-24.4662, S-31.1002 FACILITIES Wellness Spa Elephant Back Safari Hot Air Ballooning Romantic Sleep-out Endangered Species Centre Family Safari and Elephant Interaction NEARBY Golf Cultural Village Scenic Route, Blyde River Canyon

CONTAC TS River Lodge +27 (0)15 793 8700 RESERVATIO NS +27 (0)12 368 0600

AT THE Spa and Wellness Centre, exquisitely nestled in

kids to be accommodated in one room. This room is in

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Jonck Jones Jordaan Jordaan Joubert Joubert Jourdan Kaplan Kapp Kapp Kennedy Kietzmann Kietzmann Kliem Klotz Kok Kotze Krambeck Kruger Kruger Kruger Laas Lamprecht Lawrence Le Grange Le Roux Le Vieux Lekoma Levenson Lewthwaite Liebenberg Liebenberg Lochner Lochner Lombaard Loughnane Lourens Louw Lowth Lundie MacKenzie MacKie Main Maluleka Marais Marks Mashaba Massyn Matkovich Matthews Matthysen Mayberry McDonald McErlean McKenna McLaughlin Menteath Meyburgh

Christiaan Peter Justin Daantjie Philip Mareli Simon Richard Altus Werner Ian Algy Jamie Erich Liezl Carlo Stiaan Wayne Pieter Ernst Leon Johannes H Riette Blanche Steven Cobie Louis Dean Derrick Gavan Craig Linda Eugene A Damon Nicolaas Johan James Johann Caryn Patrick Brian Paul Andrew Donovan Nathan Rohan Paul Norman Eugene Peter Craig Stefan Reece Greg Paul Andrew Greg Jonathan Billy

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Michell Michael 072 151 8723 Middleton Leigh-Jane 082 451 8953 Mienie Jakes 084 509 1084 Millar Gordon 071 577 0202 Millington Darren Paul 072 959 8934 Mizen Marius 083 977 5271 Muller Henco 083 482 4171 Naude Johann 071 681 0671 Nel Morne 083 457 2797 Nel Jan 082 578 8820 Nel Byron 082 990 7248 Nel Jandre 083 641 4380 Nel Duard 082341 6142 Nel Jacques 082 990 7175 Nichols Peter 076 991 8338 Nicou Hector G 082 669 9188 Nienaber Bradley 083 383 4113 Nortje Philippus 072 211 4566 Odendaal David 083 785 4735 Olivier Etienne 072 388 5686 O'Neill Thomas P 083 458 5098 Oosthuizen Morne F 082 448 0753 Oosthuizen Andries 083 776 7889 Panagopoulos Pelop 072 822 4449 Parker Andrew D 072 563 3181 Parry Bob (James Robert) 083 676 0299 Pask John 083 400 2969 Payet Ken 082 375 7757 Peach Jonathan 084 802 6212 Pearson Garth 082 823 4847 Peters Simon 082 829 8140 Phiri Joseph S 084 503 5477 Piek Johannes J 084 505 8198 Pieters Renier 072 776 0152 Plumb Darren R 082 774 8829 Potgieter Thys 082 825 5966 Potterton Paul 083 296 4232 Powell Mark 082 833 9470 Prytz Bryan 082 924 4961 Puttick Kyle 082 455 7139 Pywell Peter-John 082 637 6912 Raatgever Thomas 083 419 6841 Radford Andrew 076 780 6465 Rae Shane 082 881 8772 Rall Stefan 082 838 6837 Randall Ryan Peter 082 921 6014 Reid Ryan 082 990 7254 Reinke Derick 082 831 9805 Retief Edward (Ed) 072 195 2037 Reuter Luke David D 082 463 5850 Rice Tony 072 994 1246 Riddle David 082 776 6750 Riekert Simon 074 123 9133 Riley Steven L 072 515 6464 Roeloffze Roelof J C 084 516 1927 Roelofsz Bryan 082 225 6495 Roestoff Ashley 082 972 5867 Roodt David 072 632 5206

Roos Fanie 082 652 1172 Rootman Hennie 081 466 0306 Ross Bradley 082 766 2472 Ross Craig 079 884 5512 Roux Justin 082 253 4508 Sadie Jean 083 675 8494 Sando Darryl 011 455 3232 Schmidt Chantel 082 657 3881 Schoeman Rosh (Anton) 079 335 3680 Schuss Diether G 082 779 2659 Schutte Marius 082 559 3279 Schwartz Eugene 082 443 9663 Scott Robert 082 897 2686 Sebanz Michael Max 082 990 7226 Sewshanker Nisharlan 072 204 8434 Shaw Julian 072 242 3971 Shearer Steven 082 306 2148 Sik Jannes 082 453 6915 Simmons Phil (Phillip) 082 333 0179 Smith Greg 083 375 2098 Sorour Colin 082 550 8426 Spangenberg Francois 083 941 1652 Spies Stephan 082 990 7186 Steenekamp Jan 076 801 1949 Steinmann Emile 084 681 6986 Steyn Johan 082 254 3559 Stickling Craig 082 453 0622 Strauss Francois 072 198 0844 Sumption Gavin 072 103 4173 Taljaard Francois 078 493 3523 Tanner Barry 083 630 4254 Tannous Jayde 079 491 8215 Thorne Adrienne 082 774 5867 Timm Brendon 083 292 9322 Tregear Graham 072 237 2836 Truluck Andrew 079 522 3001 Trussoni Costanza 082 957 3375 Truter Nico 082 442 0227 Tucker Vaughn 083 860 3297 Tucs Christopher 071 612 8588 Twilley Tyrone 082 497 8105 Usendorff Dave 076 694 9305 Uys Dietrich 082 732 0364 van de Meeberg Bernard 072 392 1155 van den Berg Alra 076 780 7711 van den Bos Francois P 083 229 2279 van der Berg Quintin 083 608 4296 van der Berg Tian 082 339 7281 van der Merwe Ignis 072174 7132 van der Nest Graeme 083 792 4736 van der Spuy Sybrand 084 507 1681 van der Watt Stephan 083 387 3147 Van Eeden Nico 082 525 2231 van Eeden Rynard 082 991 0307 Van Heerden Regardt 078 164 8078 van Leeuwen Llewellyn 082 876 1134 van Niekerk Crizelda 083 472 0432 v Nieuwenhuizen Pierre 082 826 5620


106 v Nieuwenhuizen Brendon 084 487 5007 van Pletzen Adriaan 082 458 9281 van Rooyen Johannes 072 342 5858 van Rooyen Regardt 082 990 7160 van Staden Marthinus 082 726 1514 van Velzen Robert 082 786 0912 Van Vuuren Johan 082 579 3493 van Wyk Dawid 072 311 0043 Venter Rendum 082 573 1966 Verster Jesse Powell 082 372 0541 Verwey Bradley 082 718 5909 Viljoen Francois 083 655 7027 Viljoen Corne 074 107 8106 Viljoen Fanie 072 379 8455 Visage Stefan 072 018 7506 Volschenk Petrus (Pc) 082 747 2190 Vorster Alwyn Louis 083 299 9259 Wade James 082 813 2697 Walsh Brendan 072 633 6972 Walsh-Tucker Neil 072 245 8227 Wasserfall Gavin 082 558 0433 Webber Teddy (Edward Arthur) 083 603 2555 Webster Graham 082 886 1768 Wessels Kirstein (J.K) 076 505 4872 Wessels Roger 079 109 6498 Whale Graeme 082 457 2162 Whitehorn Neil 082 446 1922 Whitelaw Clinton 082 556 3521 Whitfield Rudy 072 226 0046 Whitfield David 082 801 2718 Whitfield Leo 082 898 5106 Wildman Andrew 082 951 4211 Wilkes Trevor 082 651 7534 Williams Quintin 082 338 0202 Wiltshire Mark 074 155 0229 Wolfaardt Johan 082 265 7344 Wood Douglas 082 990 7173 Woodroffe Gavin 011 682 1211 Yates Roy 073 123 0831 Zietsman Mario 082 324 8650 GOLF CLUBS, RESORTS, ESTATES Aberdeen Golf Club Adderley Hotel Adelaide Golf Club Afrikander Golf Club Akasia Golf Club Albertina Golf Club Alberton (Reading) Alexander Golf Club Alexandria Golf Club Aliwal North Golf Club Allanridge Golf Club Amandebult Golf Club Amanzimtoti Cc Amatikulu Golf Club Amersfort Golf Club Amphitheatre Golf Club

049 846 0290 021 465 3530 046 684 0489 018 467 8621 012 542 3999 028 735 1646 011 907 8906 043 736 3646 046 654 0031 051 634 1887 057 451 2821 014 784 1317 031 902 1166 035 331 1071 017 753 1156 036 438 1308

Arabella Arnot Golf Club Athlone Golf Club Avion Park Golf Club Badplaas Golf Club Balkfontein Golf Club Bank Golf Club Barberton Golf Club Barkely East Golf Club Beachwood Golf Club Beaufort West Golf Club Bedford Golf Club Beeshoek Golf Club Belfast Golf Club Bellville Golf Club Berg River Golf Club Bethal Golf Club Bethlehem Golf Club Black Mountain Golf Club Black Rock Golf Club Blinkpan Golf Club Bloemfontein Golf Club Bloemhof Golf Club Blue Valley Gc&Ce Bluff Np Golf Club Blyvooruitzicht Golf Club Boggomsbaai Golf Club Bonnievale Golf Club Bosch Hoek Bothaville Golf Club Brandfort Golf Club Bredasdorp Golf Club Brits Golf Club Bronkhorstspruit Golf Club Bryanston Country Club Bultfontein Golf Club Bungalows Golf Club Burgersdorp Golf Club Butterworth Gc Caledon Golf Club Calvinia Golf Club Camelot Golf Club Cape Peninsula Golf Club Carnavon Golf Club Carolina Golf Club Cathcart Golf Club Cathedral Peak Golf Club Cato Ridge Golf Club Centurion Cc Ceres Golf Club Champagne Sports Resort Chatsworth Golf Club Christiana Golf Club Chrome Golf Club Citrusdal Golf Club Clanwilliam Golf Club Clarens Golf Club Clocolan Golf Club

028 284 0000 013 297 9144 031 312 7904 011 975 7881 017 844 1110 056 515 1200 011 291 5300 013 712 2923 045 971 0742 031 313 1777 023 414 3050 046 685 0123 053 313 2038 013 253 0981 021 913 3100 022 783 0535 017 647 3265 074 1164 648 054 983 2180 053 751 1506 013 295 3482 051 447 0906 051 433 1395 011 318 3410 031 347 7448 018 789 9276 044 699 1163 023 616 2613 033 234 4232 056 515 2951 051 821 1233 028 424 1855 012 250 2522 013 935 1404 011 706 1361 051 853 1237 013 737 7311 051 653 0258 047 491 4370 028 212 3931 027 341 1267 031 765 8377 021 797 0407 053 382 3349 017 843 1020 045 843 1170 036 488 1888 031 782 1692 012 665 0279 023 312 3068 036 468 1088 031 401 4824 053 441 2274 011 236 5032 022 921 2150 027 482 2051 058 256 1255 051 943 0005

Clovelly Country Club Cmr Golf Club Conrad Pezula Colesberg Golf Club Cotswold Downs Cradock Golf Club Creighton Golf Club Crown Mines Golf Club Cullinan Golf Club Dainfern Cc Darling Golf Club Darnall Golf Club Daveyton Golf Club De Aar Cc De Hoek Golf Club De Kloof Country Estate De Zalze Golf Estate Delareyville Golf Club Delmas Golf Club Devonvale Golf Club Dewetsdorp Golf Club Dirk Fourie Cc Dolphin Creek Golf Estate Dordrecht Cc Douglas Golf Club Drakensberg Golf/Spa Drakensig Golf Club Dundee Golf Club Durban Country Club Durban Deep Golf Club Durban Golf Club Durban Public Golf Club Durbanville Golf Club Eagle Canyon Cc East London Golf Club Ebotse G&Ce Edenberg Golf Club Elements Pgr Elliot Golf Club Emfuleni Cc Empangeni Cc Engineers Golf Club Ermelo Golf Club Erpmc Eshowe Cc Estcourt Golf Club Euphoria

021 784 1111 011 472 8060 044 302 3310 051 753 0822 031 716 0184 048 881 4548 039 833 1131 011 496 5505 012 734 1078 011 469 0101 022 492 3013 032 486 1207 083 269 3835 053 631 3213 022 913 1926 028 514 1303 021 880 7300 053 948 0315 013 665 5077 021 888 4735 051 541 0171 042 285 0321 044 620 7278 082 596 5822 053 298 1692 031 337 4222 015 799 2203 034 218 1000 031 313 1777 011 766 4177 031 262 7130 031 262 6355 021 976 8121 011 795 2559 043 735 1356 086 070 0007 051 743 1236 011 656 1299 045 931 1211 016 932 1162 035 772 3894 011 364 1000 017 811 1550 011 826 2466 035 474 4884 036 352 2420 011 718 6452

Eureka Golf Club 054 339 2308 Excelsior Golf Club 051 973 0320 Express Holiday Inn Beitbridge 010 003 0079 Fancourt 044 804 0000 Ficksburg Golf Club 051 933 3775 Fort Beaufort Golf Club 046 645 1959 Frankfort Golf Club 058 813 2491 Gansbaai Golf Club 028 384 1441 Gardener Ross G&Ce 011 469 1330 George Golf Club 044 873 6116 Germiston Cc 011 827 8950 Glencoe Cs Golf Club 034 393 2107 Glendower Golf Club 011 453 1013 Glengarry Golf Club 033 701 1355 Glenvista Cc 011 432 3150 Golden Horse Casino 031 310 3333 Goldfields West Golf Club 018 781 1570 Goldfiels West Club 018 781 1570 Gonubie Golf Club 041 740 5645 Goose Valley Golf Estate 044 533 4082 Graaf-Reinet Golf Club 049 893 0286 Grahamstown Golf Club 046 622 2106 Greater Durban Golf Club 031 312 5122 Greenside Colliery Golf Club 013 690 4344 Greenway Woods Resort 031 310 3333 Greytown Golf Club 033 417 3441 Grobersdal Golf Club 013 262 3157 Hankey Golf Club 042 284 0335 Hanover Golf Club 053 643 0146 Harding Golf Club 039 433 1738 Harrismith Golf Club 058 623 0468 Hartswater Golf Club 053 474 0027 Heidelberg Country Club 028 722 1573 Heidelberg Golf Club 016 349 1061 Heiderberg Golf Club 021 855 1200 Heilbron Golf Club 058 852 2523 Hermanus Golf Club 028 312 1954 Heron Banks Golf Club 011 463 2223 Hex Vallei Golf Club 023 356 3379 Highland Gate G&Te 011 380 1000 Hilton Cape Town 021 4813700 Hilton Durban 031 3368100 Hilton Sandton 011 3221888 Conrad Pezula 044 302 3310 Holiday Inn Accra Airport 010 003 0079 Holiday Inn Bulawayo 010 003 0079 Holiday Inn Gaborone 010 003 0079 Holiday Inn Harare 010 003 0079 Holiday Inn Mutare 010 003 0079 Hoopstad Buite Club 082 572 0067 Hopetown Golf Club 053 203 0088 Horbour Bridge Hotel Suites 021 465 3530 Hotazel Golf Club 053 741 3770 Hotel on st Georges 031 310 3333 Houghton Golf Club 011 728 7337 Humansdorp Golf Club 042 291 0569 Humewood Golf Club 041 583 5137 Hunters Rest Golf Club 014 537 2140

Hyatt Regency Oubaai 044 851 1234 Ibhayi Town Lodge 041 581 0993 Indwe Golf Club 082 924-8234 Inn on the Square 031 310 3333 Irene Cc 012 667 1081 Ixopo Golf Club 039 834 1085 Jackal Creek Ge 011 251 6602 Jacobsdal Golf Club 053 591 0468 Jagersfontein Golf Club 051 724 0473 Jan Kempdorp Golf Club 053 456 2644 Jeffrey’s Bay CC 042 293 2532 Johannesburg CC (Woodmead) 011 202 1620 Kagga Kamma Golf Club 041 379 4155 Kakamas Golf Club 054 431 1210 Katse Lodge 011 718 6452 Kei Mouth Golf Club 043 841 1083 Kempton Park Golf Club 011 970 1038 Kenhardt Golf Club 072 405-7529 Kestell Golf Club 056 215 1714 Kilbarchan Golf Club 082 337 9373 Killarney Golf Club 011 442 3880 Kimberly Golf Club 053 841 0179 King David Golf Club 021 934 0365 King William’s Town Golf Club 043 642 3939 Kingswood 041 367 3611 Kinross Golf Club 017 687 0122 Kirkwood Golf Club 042 230 0452 Kleinmond Golf Club 028 271 3525 Klerksdorp Golf Club 018 462 5962 Kliprivier Cc 011 903 8940 Kloof Cc 031 764 0555 Knysna Golf Club 044 384 1150 Koffiefontein 053 205 0681 Kokstad Golf Club 039 727 2440 Komatipoort Golf Club 013 793 7315 Komga Golf Club 043 831 1069 Kriel Golf Club 017 617 1145 Kroonstad 056 212 5169 Kroonstad Golf Club 056 215 1714 Krugersdorp Golf Club 011 660 4365 Kuils River Golf Club 021 903 0222 Kuruman CC 053 732 1242 Kwambonambi Golf Club 035 580 1321 Kyalami CC 011 702 1610 Ladismith Golf Club 083 482 3863 Lady Grey Golf Club 051 603 0006 Ladybrand CC 051 924 3146 Ladysmith CC 036 637 3521 Lagoon Bay 044 879 0220 Laingsburg Golf Club 023 551 1040 Lamberts Bay Golf Club 027 432 1167 Landboukollege Golf Club 018 294 7586 Langebaan Country Club 022 772 2112 Langkloof Golf Club 042 273 2186 Le Grand George 021 670 9860 Leeudoringstad Golf Club 018 581 2158 Leeukop Golf Club 011 466 2888 Legend Golf & Safari Resort 011 729 6700 107

LEISURE DIRECTORY Leisure bay Luxury Suites 021 465 3530 Leopard Creek 013 791 2000 Leopard Park Golf Club 018 386 3086 L’Ermitage Franschoek Villas 021 465 3530 Lichtenburg Golf Club 018 632 2276 Licorna Beach 031 561 2344 Lime Acres Golf Club 053 385 5982 Lizard Point Links & Leisure 011 803 9595 Loeriesfontein Golf Club 027 662 1496 Louis Trichardt Golf Club 015 516 0991 Lydenburg Golf Club 013 235 3391 Maccauvlei Golf Club 016 421 3196 Maclear Golf Club 045 932 1520 Magaliespark CC 012 207 1315 Magoebaskloof Hotel 011 718 6452 Maidstone Sporting Club 032 945 2795 Malelane CC 013 790 0281 Malmesbury Golf Club 022 482 2665 Mandela Rhodes Place 031 310 3333 Mandini Golf Club 032 456 2356 Marble Hall Golf Club 013 261 1091 Margate Country Club 039 312 0571 Marquard Golf Club 051 991 7012 Matatiele Golf Club 039 737 3933 Matumi Golf Estate 013 744 9276 Melmoth Golf Club 035 450 2746 Metropolitan Golf Club 021 430 6011 Meyerton Golf Club 016 362 0809 Middelburg Country Club 013 282 6176 Middleburg Country Club 013 282 6176 Middleburg Golf Club 049 842 4221 Milnerton Golf Club 021 552 1047 Modderfontain Golf Club 011 608 2033 Mogol Golf Club 014 763 4948 Mohale Lodge 011 718 6452 Molteno Golf Club 045 967 0251 Monks Cowl CC 036 468 1300 Mont aux Sources Hotel 011 718 6452 Montagu Golf Club 023 614 2040 Monzi Golf Club 035 550 4403 Mooi Nooi Golf Club 014 574 3066 Mooi River CC 033 263 1560 Moorreesburg Golf Club 022 433 1848 Morgenzon Golf Club 017 793-3074 Mossel Bay Golf Club 044 691 2379 Mowbray Golf Club 021 685 3092 Mt Edgecombe Golf Club 031 539 5330 Mtunzini CC 035 340 1779 Musina (Messina) Golf Club 015 534 0835 Naboomspruit Golf Club 014 743 1963 Naschem Golf Club 018 299 8500 Nelspruit Golf Club 013 752 2187 Newcastle Golf Club 034 318 7200 Nkonyeni 00 268 2540 0024 Nigel Golf Club 011 814 8195 Nike Lake Resort 010 003 0079 Noodsberg CC 033 501 1650

Northland Golf Club 014 736 2878 Noupoort Golf Club 082 894 9698 Nylstroom Golf Club 014 717 1181 Observatory Golf Club 011 648 8402 Ohenimuri CC 011 949 1372 Oppenheimer Park Golf Club 057 353 2131 Orangedene Golf Club 015 303 0917 Orkney Golf Club 018 478 3522 Ottosdal CC 018 571 0167 Oubaai 044 851 1234 Oudtshoorn Golf Club 073 833 0026 Parkview Golf Club 011 646 5400 Parow Golf Club 021 930 2160 Parys Rotary Golf Club 056 811 5618 Paulpietersburg CC 034 995 1365 Pearl Valley 021 867 8000 Pearl Valley Golf Estate 021 867 8000 Pebble Rock Golf Estate 012 808 0111 Pecanwood G&CC 012 244 0072 Peermont 011 557 0557 Petrus Steyn Golf Club 058 871 3671 Pezula 044 302 3333 Phakalane Botswana 00 267 360 4000 Piet Retief Golf Club 017 826 2625 Piggs Peak Hotel & Casino 011 718 6452 Pilgrim’s Rest Golf Club 013 768 1434 Pinnacle Point 083 631 2348 Plettenberg Bay Golf Club 044 533 2132 Pollak Park Golf Club 011 362 6757 Polokwane (Pietersburg) 015 295 4118 Pongola Golf Club 034 413 1502 Port Edward CC 039 311 2589 Port Elizabeth Golf Club 041 374 3140 Port Shepstone CC 039 695 0140 Porterville Golf Club 022 931 2017 Potchefstroom Golf Club 018 297 7875 Potgietersrus Golf Club 015 491 5563 Premier Hotel Edwardian 043 705 5000 Premier Hotel EL ICC 043 705 5000 Premier Hotel Knysna 043 705 5000 Premier Hotel Manor 043 705 5000 Premier Hotel OR Tambo 043 705 5000 Premier Hotel Pinetown 043 705 5000 Premier Hotel Pretoria 043 705 5000 Premier Hotel Regent 043 705 5000 Premier Hotlel King David 043 705 5000 Pretoria CC 012 460 6241 Pretoria Golf Club 012 386 6836 Prieska 053 353 3357 Prince Albert Golf Club 023 541 1841 Prince’s Grant 032 482 0005 Promenade Hotel 011 718 6452 Pullenshope Golf Club 013 296 1038 Queenstown Golf Club 045 839 5725 Randfontein G&CC 011 693 5414 Randpark Golf Club 011 215 8600 Reading CC (Alberton) 011 907 8906 Redbourne Country Lodge 041 581 0993

Reitz Golf Club Reivilo Golf Club Richards Bay CC Richmond CC Richmond Golf Club Rietkuil Golf Club Riversdale Golf Club Riviera Resort Golf Club Riviersonderend Golf Club Rockwell All-Suite Hotel Rondebosch Golf Club Roodepoort CC Roodeport Country Club Royal Cape Golf Club Royal Jhb & Kensington Royal Oak Golf Club Royal Palm Hotel Rustenburg Golf Club Sabie River Safari Lodge Sand River Golf Club Sandonia Golf Club Sandy Lane Golf Club Sannieshof Golf Club Sap Mechanics Golf Club Schoeman Park Golf Club Schweizer Reneke Golf Club Selborne Senekal Golf Club Serengeti Services Golf Club Shark River Golf Club Shelley Point Golf Club Silver Lakes Golf Club Silverstrand Golf Estate Simons Town Country Club Simon’s Town Quayside Hotel Singa Town Lodge Sishen Golf Club Skukuza Golf Club Smithfield Golf Club Somerset East Golf Club Somerset West Golf Club Southdowns CC Soweto Golf Club Springs CC St Francis Links

058 863 1326 053 953 0198 035 753 2441 033 212 1268 053 693 0311 013 297 1142 028 713 3973 016 422 0036 023 342 5047 031 310 3333 021 689 4176 011 958 1905 011 958 1905 021 761 6551 011 640 3021 011 740 9230 031 310 3333 014 597 1514 013 764 2282 011 718 6452 057 212 2676 012 808 2560 012 244 3000 018 683 0186 011 395 2650 051 408 3812 053 963 1115 011 718 6452 058 481 2639 011 552 7200 012 651 4411 041 581 6188 022 7421 508 012 809 0281 023 626 1235 021 786 1233 021 465 3530 041 581 0993 053 723 1501 013 735 5611 082 655 5627 042 243 3993 021 852 2925 011 943 4105 083 650 6811 011 362 5031 042 200 4500

Standerton Golf Club State Mines Golf Club Steenberg Golf Club Stella Golf Club Stellenbosch Golf Club Steynsberg Golf Club Steytlerville Golf Club Stilbaai Golf Club Stilfontein Golf Club Strand Golf Club Stutterheim CC Sutherland Golf Club Swartklip Golf Club Swellendam Golf Club Tempe Golf Club Thabazimbi Golf Club The Bantry Bay Luxury Suites The Cooach House The Devonshire The Peninsula All-Suite Hotel The River Club The Robberg Beach Lodge The Royal Hotel The St James on Venice Hotel The Victoria Falls Hotel Theewaterskloof Golf Club Theunissen Golf Club Tweefontein Golf Club Tweespruit Golf Club Tzaneen Golf Club Uitenhage Golf Club Umtata CC Uniondale Golf Club University Of The North Club Upington Golf Club Upper Easdtside Hotel Vaal De Grace Golf Estate Ventersdorp Golf Club Venterspost Golf Club Vereeniging CC Victoria West Golf Club Viljoenskroon Golf Club Volksrust CC Vrede Golf Club Vredenburg Saldanha GC Vredendal Golf Club Walker Park Golf Club Walmer CC Walmer Golf Club Wanderers Golf Club Warden Golf Club Warmbaths Golf Club Warrenton Golf Club Wartberg Hotel Waterkloof Golf Club Waterpan Golf Club Wedgewood Park CC Weermag Golf Club

017 719 1123 011 740 9962 021 713 2233 053 983 0316 021 880 0103 048 887 0019 049 835 0155 028 754 2625 018 484 1852 021 853 6268 043 683 1508 023 571 1033 014 786 0186 028 514 1026 051 402 1489 014 777 1839 021 465 3530 011 718 6452 011 718 6452 031 310 3333 011 783 1166 041 581 0993 031 310 3333 021 465 3530 010 003 0079 028 840 2213 057 733 0083 013 686 3647 051 963 0611 015 305 3102 041 966 1021 047 532 2770 044 771 1032 015 268 2494 054 338 0239 031 310 3333 056 811 2013 018 264 3181 011 753 4122 016 422 0036 053 621 0117 056 343 2609 017 735 5408 058 913 1504 022 715 3003 022 213 3740 017 632 2501 041 581 3401 041 581 1613 011 447 3311 058 643 0390 014 736 3602 053 497 3711 011 718 6452 012 460 2542 011 756 1397 041 372 1212 022 714 3264

Wellington Golf Club Weskus Militere Golf Club Wesselsbron Golf Club West Bank Golf Club Westlake Golf Club Westminster Golf Club White River Golf Club Whites Golf Club Williston Golf Club Willowbrook Lodge Willowmore Golf Club Wingate Park Witbank Golf Club Woodhill CC Zastron Golf Club Zebediela Zebula CC Zwartkop CC

021 873 1919 022 714 3264 057 889 2612 043 731 1523 021 788 2020 051 952 1204 013 751 3781 083 944 5449 053 391 3548 021 851 3759 044 923 1679 012 997 1298 013 656 5031 012 998 0011 055 422 7040 015 295 2477 014 734 7700 012 654 1144

WILDLIFE & HERITAGE South African National Parks 012 428 9111 Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

033 845 1000


034 414 1157

Amboseli Sanctuary Retreat 011 438 4650 Ant’s Hill

014 755 3584


021 430 7260


011 431 3852


011 245 4469

Bangweulu Bay Lodge 00 260 211 266 927 Baroness 044 535 0000 Bateleur

014 763 4064


041 407 1010

Best Western Ikeja, Lagos

010 003 0079


041 585 3359

Black Rhino 027 832 97 50 Bongani

0800 600 889


044 696 6055

Botsebotse 071 674 0058


108 Bucklands 028 384 8000

Dwyka Tented Lodge

041 409 2500


042 234 0778


046 636-7904

Lukimbi Safari Lodge

041 409 2500


Dwyka Tented Lodge

041 409 2500


041 581 0993


015 383 9909


014 736 9000

Buffalo Ridge 011 805 9995

Eagles Crag

041 409 2500

Hluhluwe River

035 562 0246


012 368 0800


014 734 7000


044 272 0000

Eagle’s Nest

011 729 6700


011 341 0282

Kedar Country Lodge

011 950 6000

Madikwe 011 809 4441


082 909 5941


011 245 5704

Hoyo Hoyo Tsonga

013 735 8915


046 622 6024

Madikwe Hills


041 581 0993


011 994 5014


00 263 18 333


046 622 6024

Madikwe River 014 778 9000

Bush Lodge

041 581 0993

Elephant Camp

012 205 1394

Hyatt Regency Oubaai 044 851 1234


011 729 6700

Madikwe River Lodge

031 310 3333

Bushmans River

041 409 2500

Elephant Hills 00 263 13 44793



011 341 0282

Makakatana Bay

035 550 4189

Bushwise Safari

083 651 7464

Emfuleni 021 794 9050

Imbabala Zambezi


015 793 3813


015 793 9300

Bwindi Impenetrable Sanctuary Retreat 011 438 4650

Emperors Palace

011 557 0557


013 735 8915


042 235 1037


014 778 9600

Camp Figtree

041 407 1010


011 729 6700


018 350 9400

Kwa Madwala

082 779 2153

Mala Mala

011 442 2267

Camp Shawu

031 310 3333

Etali Lodge

012 346 0124

Kwa Maritane

011 245 4469

Mallard River

044 533 2982

Camp Shonga

021 794 9050

Farm Inn

012 809 0266


014 734 7000


044 501 1111

Caribbea Bay

010 003 0079

Fothergill Island 00 263 61 2454


011 809 4441

Mark’s Camp

041 581 8170

Caribbea Bay 00 263 61 2452

Garden Route

028 735 1200

Lakeside Lodge

011 729 6700


014 577 9000

Carnarvon Dale

041 581 0993


087 806 2080


041 581 0993

Martial Heights

011 683 6116

Casa Dol Sol Hotel

013 737 8111


011 557 0557

Lentaba Lodge

041 581 8170

Masai Mara Sanctuary Retreat 011 438 4650

Casa Dol Sol Hotel

021 465 3530

Gondwana 044 697 7002

Legend Golf & Safari Lodge

011 729 6700



044 272 6794


Leopard Hills

013 735 5142

Mhondoro 0861 010 200

Leopard Lodge

082 416 5894

Misty Hills Country Hotel


0800 600 889

Mjejane 013 792 7000

012 368 0800

044 501 1100

Chapungu Lodge 011 253 6500

Great Zimbabwe Hotel 00 263 3926 2274

Chobe Marina


00 267 625 2221

028 384 8000

011 431 1120 00263 134 4571


034 271 8301


014 736 6900

Ivory Tree 0861 010 200 Jaci’s Safari

041 409 2500 041 409 2500

Chobe Sanctuary Retreat 011 438 4650

Hamiltons 014 735 8915

Clearwater 021 889 2034


011 729 6700

Jaci’s Safari & Tree Lodge


011 516 4367

Hans Merensky

015 781 3931


013 737 7846

Conrad Pezula

044 302 3310


041 581 0993


082 655 4397

Crowne Plaza Monomotapa

010 003 0079


014 755 4415 041 509 3000 014 754 8000

Hilton Cape Town City Centre 021 4813700

De Hoop 0861 334 667

Hilton Durban

031 3368100

Jock Safari


Hilton Sandton

011 3221888


041 409 2500

082 787 1314

014 778 9200

011 950 6000

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy 011 438 4650

Mkuze Falls

034 414 1018


011 803 7893

Mmabatho Palms

011 557 0557

Lion Sands

013 735 5000


015 793 2166

Livingston Guest Lodge 00 260 211 266 927


011 557 0557


041 409 2500

Mondior 011 557 0557


011 280 6655

Monwana 011 253 6500

Longlee Manor

041 409 2500


011 615 4303




011 463 1990


015 534 7904

Serondella 011 253 6500

The Carnivore

011 950 6000


041 581 0993


084 494 2571

Protea Kruger Gate

021 430 5000


0800 600 889

The Grand

011 557 0557

Woodbury Lodge

041 581 0993


043 705 5000

Puku Pan Lodge 00 260 211 266 927


082 323 2404

The Kingdom 00 263 13 44275

Woodbury Tented Camp

041 581 0993

Mpongo Game Reserve

043 705 5000

Pumba 046 603 2000


041 509 3000

The Royal Portfolio

021 761 8292

Wooded Peaks 082 323 2404

Mvubu 034 435 1123


041 502 3000

Sheperd Tree

011 781 1661

The Victoria Falls Hotel

263 13 44751

Wooded Peaks Game Lodge 082 323 2404

Nambiti Hills

031 818 0340


041 581 0993

Shibula 021 887 1183

Thorntree River Lodge

031 310 3333

Zebras Crossing

Nambiti Plains

031 700 3022


011 729 6700


011 817 5560

Thornybush Game Lodge

011 253 6500

Zululand Safari 035 562 1020


082 854 8841

Reed Valley

041 581 0993

Shishangeni Game Lodge

031 310 3333

Thula Thula

035 792 8322

Zululand Safari Lodge 035 562 1020


011 809 4300

Rhino River

034 413 3559

Shumbalala 011 253 6500


013 767 1740

Zululand Tree

034 435 1982

Zululand Tree Lodge

034 435 1982

011 788 6658

Ngroronga Crater Sanctuary Retreat 011 438 4650

Rhulani 0861 010 200

Sibuya Tented

046 648 1040


013 735 8400

Nguni River

042 235 1022


012 368 0800


021 424 1037


011 300 8888


071 604 2338

River House

013 790 1333

Tree Tops

041 581 8170

5 Mountains

Nkaya Lodge 011 253 6500

Riverbend Lodge

042 233 8000


072 729 3648

Abbots Hill Wines 022 485 7080

Nkelenga 011 253 6500


041 409 2500

Troutbeck Resort

010 003 0079

Akkerdal Wine Estate

021 876 3481


041 509 3000

Royal Legend

011 729 6700


011 245 4469

Alkmaar Boutique Winery

021 873 0191

Nkonyeni Lodge & Golf Estate 00 268 2540 0024

Royal Madikwe

082 568 8867


011 245 5704

Allèe Bleue Estate

021 874 1021


Royal Malewane

015 793 0150


011 274 2299

Allesverloren Estate

022 461 2320

Nungu 011 447 7290

Sabi River Sun

013 737 7311



011 325 4405

Alluvia Specialist Winery

021 885 1661


014 755 4928

Sabi Sabi

011 447 7172

South Luangwa Sanctuary Retreat 011 438 4650


021 785 5547

Almenkerk Wine Estate

021 848 9844

Obudu Mountain Resort

010 003 0079

Safari Lodge

041 581 0993

Stanley & Livingstone Vic Falls 021 438 0032


031 579 3870

Alto Estate

021 881 3884


041 409 2500


049 891 0880

Tanda Tula

Utanga Safari Lodge

010 003 0079


021 976 9072

Okavango Delta Sanctuary Retreat 011 438 4650


041 509 3000

Tarangire Sanctuary Retreat 011 438 4650

Victoria Falls Sanctuary Retreat 011 438 4650

Amani Vineyards

021 881 3930


034 413 3559

Samburu Sanctuary Retreat 011 438 4650


011 314 4350

Waterbuck 011 253 6500 www.perfectionsofafrica,

Amares Wines

021 887 9414

Paul Kruger Museum

011 950 6000


041 409 2500


086 174 8374

White Elephant

034 4351982

Andreas Wines

021 873 2286

Pestana Kruger

011 462 1714


013 735 8700

Thakadu 011 805-9995


011 729 6700

Annex Kloof Wines 022 487 3870


011 280 6655


014 755 4909


035 573-1899

Wildside Tented Safari Camp 011 729 6700


082 774 4639

Serengeti Golf & Wildlife Estate 011 552 7200

Thandeka Lodge

076 062 1199


Plettenberg Park

044 533 9067

Serengeti Sanctuary Retreat 011 438 4650

The Bush House

076 694 0505

Witwater Safari Lodge & Spa 014 743 4000

013 735 5105

021 683 3424

015 793 3191

014 743 4000

WINE 021 864 3409

Arumdale Farm

021 848 9880


021 876 2146

Audacia Wines

021 881 3052


110 Avondrood

023 349 1858

Bovlei Winery

021 873 1567


021 976 3361

Ernie Els Wines

021 881 3588

Heron Ridge

021 842 2501

Avontuur Estate

021 855 3450

Bredell Wines

021 842 2478


021 976 3361

Ernst Gouws & Co

021 865 2895

Het Vlock Casteel

O22 448 1433

Axe Hill Winery

011 447 4366

Calitzdorp Wine Cellar

044 213 3301


021 864 5050

Excelsior Vlakteplaas

044 241 2568

Hidden Valley Wines

021 880 2646

Babylon’s Peak Private Cellar 022 487 1614

Camberley Wines

021 885 1176

Dieu Donne Vineyards 021 876 2493

Fort Simon Wine Estate

021 906 0304

Highlands Road Estate 021 849 8699


021 875 5141

Chamonix Wines

021 876 8400

Domaine Des Dieux 028 313 2126

Franki’s Vineyards

022 482 2837


021 976 1110

Badenhorst Family Wines

021 786 2487

Cheese Mouse & Wine Fly 022 487 1133

Dombeya Wines

021 881 3895

Franschhoek Cellar 021 876 2086

Holden Manz Wine Estate

021 876 2729

Badsberg Wine Cellar

023 344 3021

Clos Malverne

021 865 2022

Domein Doornkraal

044 251 6715

Franschhoek Pass Winery

083 444 1177

Hoopenburg Wines 021 884 4221 www.hoopenburg

Barrydale Cellar

028 572 1012

Clouds Estate

021 885 1819

Doolhof Wine Estate

021 873 6911

Glenelly Estate Wines

021 809 6440

Idiom Wines

021 852 3590

Bartinney Cellars

021 885 1013

Colmant Cap Classique

021 876 4348

Dragonridge Wines 022 487 1153

Glenwood 021 876 2044


028 284 9680

Beau Joubert Vineyards www.beaujoubert .com

021 881 3103


021 843 3610

Du Preez Estate

Goede Hoop Estate

021 903 6286

Jacobsdal Estate

021 881 3336

Bein Wine

021 881 3025

Dagbreek Wines

082 820 2256

Goudini Wines

023 349 1090

Jacques Smit Wines

021 873 1265

Bellevue Estate

021 865 2055

Dalla Cia Wine www.dallacia .com

021 888 4120

Graham Beck Wines 021 874 1258

Jason’s Hill Private Cellar

023 344 3256

Benguela Cove

021 794 0751


021 801 6772

Grande Provence Estate

021 876 8600

Jordan Wine Estate

021 881 3441


021 809 8501

Daschbosch / Groot Eiland

023 349 1110

Grand Roche

041 409 2500

Jorgensen’s Distillery

021 864 1777

Bergsig Estate

023 355 1603

De Compagnie

021 864 1241

Grangehurst Winery

021 855 3625

Joubert-Tradauw 028 572 1619

Bergwater Vineyards

028 572 1284

De Grendel

021 558 6280

Greenacres @ Houdconstant 022 931 2213

Journeys End Vineyards

021 858 1929


021 865 2135

De Krans Wines

044 213 3314

021 903 8203

Bilton Wines

021 881 3714

De Meye Wines

021 884 4132

023 349 1601

Kaapzicht Wine Estate

021 906 1620

Du Toitskloof Cellar


021 794 5128

Bloemendal 021 975 9591

De Morgenzon

021 881 3030

044 213 3137

Kanonkop Wine Estate

021 884 4656


Groot Constantia

021 976 2114

Blueberry Hill 021 876 3362

De Vallei

072 279 1429

021 873 6770

Karusa Premium Winery

044 272 8717

Dunstone Wines

Groot Phesantekraal

Ken Forrester Wines 021 855 2374 www.kenforresterwinescom

Boekenhoutskloof Winery 021 876 3320

Deetlefs Estate

023 349 1260

021 884 4713

Grundheim Wines

044 272 6927

Eaglevlei Winery

021 881 3899

021 881 3774

Delaire Graff Estate

021 885 8160

082 783 9157

Kings Kloof Vineyards

Bonfoi Estate

Earl Buntmann Wines

Guardian Peak

Boplaas Family Vineyards

044 213 3326


021 881 3119


021 876 2469


021 870 4272

Devon Hill Winery

021 865-2453

Eikendal Vineyards

021 855 1422

Boschkloof Wines

021 881 3293


021 865 6830

Elgin Heights

021 881 3221

Bosman Family Vineyards

021 873 3170

Devonvale Estate

021 865 2080

Elgin Ridge

021 846 8060

Botha Wine Cellar

023 355 1740

Devonvale Golf & Wine Estate 021 888 4735

Bouwland Wines

021 865 2226

Dewaal Wines

021 881 3711

023 349 1995

Elgin Valley Vineyards 021 846 8081 Elgin Vintners

021 859 2779

021 851 6896

Hamilton Russell Vineyards 028 312 3595

Kingsbridge Wines 021 848 9116

Hartenberg Estate 021 865 2541

Kirabo Private Cellar

023 349 6764

Hauté Cabriere

021 876 8500

Klein Dauphine

021 876 2244

Haskell Vineyards

021 881 3490

Klein Optenhorst

021 864 1210

Haut Espoir

021 876 4000

Klein Roosboom

082 784 5102

Hazendal Estate

021 903 5035


021 802 1441

Herold Wines

072 833 8223

Kloovenburg Vineyards 022 448 1635


111 Seven Oaks

083 639 0405

Orange River Wines 054 337 8800 Org De Rac 022 913 2397

Shannon Vineyards Simonsig Wine Estate

021 859 2491

021 855 2768

Oude Libertas

021 809 7454


021 881 3237

Mountain Ridge

023 231 1070

Oude Wellington

021 873 2262

Slanghoek Cellar

023 344 3026

Mullineux Family Wines

022 448 1183

Oudtshoorn Cellar

082 804 5952


021 874 3937

Lovane Boutique Wine Estate 021 881 3827

Muratie Wine Estate

021 865 2330

Overgaauw Estate

021 881 3815

Somerbosch Wines

021 855 3615

021 876 4830

Lyngrove Wine Estate

021 880 1221

My Wyn 021 876 2518

Paul Cluver Wines

021 844 0605

Something To Wine About

023 349 1882

La Motte

021 876 3119

Lynx Wines

021 867 0406


Peter Bayly Wines

044 213 3702

South Hill Vineyards

021 844 0888

La Petite Dauphine

021 876 3936

Maison Estate

021 876 2116

Nassau Winery 022 482 2145

Peter Falke Wines

021 881 3677


021 809 1100

La Petite Ferme

021 876 3016

Malan De Versailles

021 873 1766

Plaisir De Merle

021 874 1071

Stellekaya Winery

021 883 3873

La Roche

021 876 2295


021 975 1655

Porcelain Mountain 079 884 3209

Stellenbosch Hills Wines

021 881 3828

La Vierge

028 313 0130

Meerhof Wine Cellar 022 487 2524

Post House Vineyards

Stellenrust Wine Estate

021 880 2283

La Vigne Wine Estate

021 876 3357


021 843 3587

Pulpit Rock Winery 022 461 2025


021 855 3675

Ladismith Cellar

028 551 2117

Meinert Wines

021 865 2363

Quoin Rock

021 888 4740

Stony Brook

021 876 2182

Laibach Vineyards 021 884 4511 www.laibach

Merwida Winery

023 349 1144

Rainbows End Estate www.rainbow

021 885 1719

Sylvanvale Vineyards

083 541 7519

Landau Du Val

021 876 2317

Mhudi Wines

021 988 6960

Remhoogte Wine Estate

021 889 5005

The Company of Wine People 021 881 3870

Lanzerac Hotel Estate Spa

021 887 1183

Middelvlei Wines

021 883 2565


021 862 3104

Rickety Bridge Winery

021 876 2129

The High Road

Lateganskop Cellar

023 355 1719


072 212 4668

Neethlingshof Estate

021 883 8988

Rico Suter Wines

082 783 9157

The Winery Of Good Hope 021 855 5528


021 876 4085

Mont Destin

021 875 5870

Neil Ellis Wines

021 887 0649

Ridgemor Wines

021 842 2255


021 885 1924

L’avenir Vineyards 021 889 5001 www.lavenir

Mont Du Toit

021 873 7745

Nieuwedrift Vineyards 022 913 1966

Riebeeck Olive Boutique

022 448 1368


021 808 5900


0800 600 889

Mont Michele

021 876 2764


021 976 1467

Riebeek Cellars

022 448 1213

Topaz Garagiste Wine www.topaz

021 855 4275

Le Bonheur Estate

021 875 5478

Mont Rochelle

021 876 2770

Noble Hill Wine Estate

021 874 3844

Romond Vineyards

021 855 4566

Topiary Wines

021 867 0 258

Nuweland 022 486 5824

Ross Gower Wines

021 844 0197

Ttt Cellar

044 213 3114

Rupert & Rothschild Vignerons 021 874 1648

Tulbagh Wine Region

023 230 1375

Knorhoek Wines

021 865-2114


021 874 9000

Morgenhof Estate

021 889 5510

Opstal Estate

Koelenhof Wine Cellar

021 865 2020

Lorraine Private Cellar

023 349 1224

Morgenster Estate

021 852 1738


021 865 2355

Last Word Constantia

041 409 2500

Mostertsdrift Noble Wines

021 889 5344

Kyburg Wine Estate

021 865 2876


021 865 2632

Mount Babylon

La Bourgogne

021 876 2115

Louisvale Wines

021 865 2422

La Bri

021 876 2593

Lourensford Wines

021 847 2333

La Chataigne Wines

021 876 3200

La Chaumière Wine Estate

021 873 7534

023 344 3001

021 842 2409

021 888 4900

076 044 5020

Le Manoir De Brendel 021 876 4525

Montagu Wine & Spirits Co 023 614 1340

Le Pommier

021 885 2070

Montagu Wine Cellar

023 614 1125

Oak Valley Estates

Leopard’s Leap Wines

021 876 8006

Monterosso Wine Estate

021 889 5021

Oldenburg Vineyards 021 885 1618

Rust En Vrede Wine Estate

021 881 3881

Uitkyk Estate

021 884 4416

Lievland Estate

021 875 5226

Mooiplaas Estate

021 903 6273

Olof Bergh Brandy Cellar

082 783 9157


021 809 1200

Uva Mira Vineyards

021 880 1683

Longridge Winery

021 855 2004


021 876 3055

Onderkloof Vines And Wines 021 858 1538

Saxenburg Wine Farm

021 903 6113

Val De Vie Wines

086 163 6363

021 859 4110


112 Val Du Charron Wines

021 873 1256


014 577 5600

Evolution Cosmetics 011 442 5682

Life Day Spa Johannesburg 011 465 7777

Thai Sabai Day Spa

Van Loveren Veraison Vineyard

023 615 1505

Balito Shop Buhala Lodge

0860 55 00 55

Feather Hill 018 285 1050 Fordoun Boutique Hotel & Spa 033 266 6217

Mama Mio

021 481 1860

Thalgo 011 880 3850

086 055 0055


021 847 1334

Bushmans Kloof

021 481 1860

Ginkgo Spa Arniston Spa Hotel 028 445 9000


The Twelve Apostles


021 843 3248

Bushmans Kloof

021 528 2017

Ginkgo Spa Erinvale Estate

Maotla Boutique Hotel & Spa 012 811 9917

The Caledon Boutique Hotel 031 310 3333

0860 55 00 55

021 865 2002

Camelot Spa InterContinental ORT Airport 086 111 4075

Ginkgo Spa Steenberg Hotel 021 713 2251

The Gorge

039 687 0378


Mbali House

0860 55 00 55

021 876 3432

Camelot Spa Discovery Health Sandton 086 111 4075

Ginkgo Spa Winchester

021 430 0218

The Hyrdo at Stellenbosch

021 809 3800

Von Ortloff Wines


011 950 6000

021 865 2257

Camelot Spa at Villa d' Este Saxonwold 086 111 4075

Glasshouse For Men

021 419 9599

The Last Word

041 409 2500


Misty Hills Hotel & Spa

0860 55 00 55

021 874 1611

Camelot Spa at Eagle Canyon Honeydew 086 111 4075

Granny Mouse

033 234 4071

The Oyster Box

031 514 500

Vrede En Lust

Monte Shop

0860 55 00 55

021 881 3878

Camelot Spa at Polokwane

Health Spa On The Lake 044 349 2455

The Saxon

011 292 6000

Vredenheim Wine Estate


023 355 1730

Camelot Spa at Peermont Mondazur Hotel 086 111 4075

Hoogland Health Hydro

012 380 4000

The Soul Khaya

083 715 5526

Waboomsrivier Wine Cellar

Mount Grace 086 150 5050

021 873 1582

Camelot Spa at The Table Bay Hotel 086 111 4075


031 310 3333

The Spa Guru

072 628 0520

Wamakersvallei Winery

Oceana Beach & Wildlife

021 880 0496

Camelot Spa at Lagoon Beach Hotel 086 111 4075

Indaba Hotel

0860 55 00 55

The Spa People

083 636 3461


Octavias Sensoruim Day Spa 011 928 1815

Camelot Spa at Mandela Rhodes Place 086 111 4075

Irene Country Lodge 012 667 6464

The Spa Radisson Hotel

021 441 3331

Waterstone Wines 021 842 2942

One & Only Spa 021 431 5810 044 302 3335

021 881 3636

Camelot Spa at Le Franschhoek Hotel 086 111 4075

Isiphiwo Day Spa

012 808 2328

The Square Boutique Hotel

031 310 3333


Pezula Spa & Gym

021 864 1185

Camelot Spa at Spier Estate

086 111 4075

Jiva Spa At The Taj

021 819 2000

Twelve Apostles Hotel

021 437 9000


Phumula Spa The Hyatt 011 280 1234

021 873 1163

Camelot Spa The Radisson Blu Port Elizabeth 086 111 4075


015 7938700


047 564 1115

Wellington Cellar

Prana Lodge

021 864 1239

Camelot Spa at The Royal Swazi Spa 086 111 4075


033 569 1321


0860 55 00 55


Pyramid Day Spa 011 493 5526 Renaissance Spa Sandton 011 783 9904


022 913 1092

Camelot Spa at Carina Maputo 086 111 4075

Kedar Spa

011 950 6000

Riverside Hotel & Spa

031 310 3333

013 254 0769

Withoek 044 213 3639

Danika Spa

Kievits Kroon

012 808 0150


011 442 7400

Vygenhoek Organic Spa

0 14 734 7700

Yonder Hill

021 855 1008

David Livingston Lodge & Spa 031 310 3333

Lake Pleasant Living

041 409 2500

Sandton Sun Spa

011 780 5500


0860 55 00 55

Zandberg Wine Estate

021 842 2945

De Kloof Luxury Estate

028 514 1303

L’aquilla Hydro & Day Spa

012 802 0996

Savanna Spa Blairathol

011 996 6319


Zevenwacht Wine Estate

021 903 5123

De Oude Kraal Spa

051 564 0636

Le Franschhoek Hotel & Spa

031 310 3333

Shamwari Townhouse

041 409 2500

Duma Manzi Eco Lodge & Spa 033 212-9418

Le Franschhoek Hotel & Spa

041 409 2500

Shelly Point Hotel

031 310 3333 0860 55 00 55

072 920 0208


082 909 5941

086 111 4075

021 483 1550

021 847 1682

041 409 2500

043 704 5100

Alpine Health Resort

031 310 3333

Earth Spa Tzaneen Lodge

015 304 3079

Leaves Lodge Spa

013 745 7114


Amani Sabi Sabi

013 735 5261


021 461 5650

Les Nouvelles Esthetiques

011 447 9959

Soulstice Day Spa West Rand 011 662 7500

Amani Thornybush

011 253 6500

Essential Harmony 086 111 2137

Librisa Spa Mount Nelson

021 855-4057

Spa Cafe

011 447 9959

Annona Day Spa/Zebula

014 734 7700

Essie Cosmetics

Life Day Spa Cape Town 021 525 3883

Suncoast Spa

031 314 7900

011 447 0659

082 459 8536

021 437 9255

Views Boutique Hotel & Spa 041 409 2500

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