Photo Safari – We’re Wild about South Africa’s Wildlife

For many of us the only safari we get to go on is Apple's browser. So...knowing that we don't all have the budget or...
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Young SA Filmmaker on the Town(ship)

For many Capetonians, DuNoon is a township on the fringes of Milnerton. For young filmmaker Howard Fyvie, it’s his new home. In a short film called...

Bringing a taste of Africa to London

The African bush and all its beauty have been brought to central London in the form of a two-month photographic exhibition, Visions of Africa, made...

South African Humour around Senzo Tragedy – Healing or Hurting?

By now, most people in South Africa have seen or taken part in the #NotSenzosDad phenomenon trending on Twitter. But is it healing or...
Comrades Marathon 2014

The Comrades Marathon – Oh What a Feeling!

For all the runners who trained for so many months for this special day, it may be over...but the feeling of accomplishment and pride...

Chilling triumph for SA swimmers

by Bongani Nkosi “It was daunting. The ocean is very deep, very dark and very cold. The shores are rocky and dangerous.” This is how 53-year-old...

South African Writer-Artist Gela-Marie Enjoys International Success

It's been a year to the day since South African expat Gela-Marie Williams won the Finch Memoir Prize in her new homeland Australia for...
National Parks South Africa

South Africa’s National Parks

South Africa has a vast system of natural reserves established to protect the country's indigenous plants, animals, landscapes and associated cultural heritage, ranging from...
South Africa’s Ashwin Willemse

Willemse named IRB U21 ambassador

South Africa’s Ashwin Willemse has been selected by the International Rugby Board (IRB) to be the ambassador for its upcoming IRB Under-21 World Championship. In this...

SA wildlife on the big screen

South African wildlife is in the news for a good reason, with the recent announcement that two local productions have been shortlisted for the...

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Coming Up on Carte Blanche: The Women Behind Stroop, Assassinations and...

This week Carte Blanche investigates the questionable ethics of transporting South African Livestock overseas, the women behind the movie Stroop and more! You can...

What Will the NHI Really Mean for South African Tax Payers?...

Since the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill was introduced to Parliament, bringing it a step closer to reality, SAPeople has been inundated with concerned...
SA Expat Tax

SA ‘Expat Tax’ Answers to FAQ South Africans Working Abroad Need...

As March 2020 approaches, when SA 'Expat Tax' is due to be implemented, we've been inundated with questions from South Africans working abroad. Here...