The world we live in is deteriorating day by day. Global warming, ozone depletion, poor waste management and pollution are the major causes of this impending disaster and, unless we
Drought still persists in large parts of the Northern Cape, dam levels have dropped alarmingly, and grazing for wildlife and livestock has been affected.
Camping with family and friends is a popular activity during the festive season and one of the best ways to recharge the mind, body and soul.
Northern Cape Tourism Authority board chairperson Collin Fortune has called on visitors, tourism industry players and government departments to join hands in taking on two major challenges for the province:
South Africa is resource-scarce country and all citizens are encouraged to be as eco-conscious as possible, no matter where they are.
As South Africa’s most arid province, the Northern Cape is prone to fires, especially during the hotter months. If you’re planning to visit the region this year, take not
Whether you’re visiting our small coastal towns or exploring the rest of the Northern Cape, there’s plenty to see within our province. Here’s how you can be an ec
The Namakwa flower season started yesterday. Although the province has not received much rainfall over the past few months, the vegetation is getting greener.
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