The Northern Cape is South Africa's largest province and a must-see destination, whether you prefer the ocean, the desert, the bush or quirky towns rich in history and culture.
Thanks to the rain that fell in parts of the Northern Cape this week, the spring flower blooms the province is world renowned for may start as early as the first week of August.
The Northern Cape’s climate conditions make the province an ideal location for multibillion-rand solar energy projects.
The winter school holidays are here and parents planning to escape the buzzing noise of their homes should consider visiting the Northern Cape for a wide choice of endless activities suitable for the whole family.
The flower season is fast approaching so for you to take advantage of all the Northern Cape has to offer this spring, we’ve put together a list of places your can visit to help you plan your trip.
The runners are now at the halfway mark as they trek along the magnificent Richtersveld National Park on day three of the Richtersveld Transfrontier Wildrun.
The area’s oldest and biggest drama event for schools, the Fraserburg Logan Drama Festival has offered a platform to many of South Africa’s talented actors, directors and writers.
Upington's !NABA Food & Wine Festival is in its third year and offers true Northern Cape hospitality, culinary delights from the region and afar, and a taste of local wines, complemented by a great line-up of live entertainment.