South Africa - welcome to the good side...
South Africa - welcome to the good side...
Because the roads in South Africa can sometimes resemble the Wild West.
Australia's Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says things are "not too far off" from being finalised.
A fast-track backtrack? In something resembling a change of tune, it would seem like the Australian government aren’t exactly putting SA farmers to the top of their priorities.
Australia's Minister of Home Affairs, Peter Dutton, is not backing down from his offer to offer white South African farmers "refugee" or "humanitarian" status in the country.
The South African government and its relationship with Australia may have taken a bad turn, denying its farmers face persecution as claimed by Peter Dutton.
Home Affairs and Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has directed his department to explore whether South African farmers can be accepted into Australia through refugee, humanitarian or other visas.
Returning to the destination of numerous childhood holidays, CRAIG LEWIS discovers that the town of St Lucia in Northern KwaZulu-Natal and the iSimangaliso Wetland Park have lost none of their old charm.
South Africa is just like a third-world version of Australia, isn't it? Umm....
Bridging the gap between two different education systems in the two different countries often takes a toll on South African kids who have moved to Australia.
There are many similarities between our two cultures so it’s easy to see why people confuse us Saffas and Aussies. But there are just as many stark differences...
There are three questions that new South African expats who arrive in Australia inevitably ask. Back in SA the answers to these questions accurately suss out a person's social standing, but in Australia they're a no-go.
Eddie Izzard has crosses the finish line in his 27 marathons in 27 days for charity challenge.
The Great White Sharks in Mossel Bay, South Africa are quite used to putting on a show for tourists it seems.
Andrew Flintoff has conquered the South African jungle, winning Australia’s version of 'I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here'.
Australian-born former Grand Slam doubles champion has pleaded not guilty to two charges of rape and one of sexual assault. Two of his accusers have testified against him in court in South Africa.
Michael Clark says Australia can prove themselves as a truly great team on the road against the World No. 1 South Africans next month.
Hundreds paid their respects to South African hero Nelson Mandela at a service in Sydney.
Australian leaders have echoed those around the world paying tribute to Nelson Mandela.
Tony Abbott believes Nelson Mandela was one of the truly great figures of the last century.
Not one for following step-by-step guide books, CRAIG LEWIS explores Drakensberg in Southern Africa by getting to know the charming local residents, and risking it all in some action packed adventures.
All has been forgiven by senior Wallabies as a more mature Quade Cooper looks set to start his first Wallabies Test since his "toxic" outburst 11 months ago.
TRAVEL WRITER ENTRY | Seasoned Cape Town visitor TROY RAMSEY-AXELSSON shows us the hits and highlights of this South African coastal city.
Cabinet minister Gary Gray, has apologised to South Africa’s high commissioner for wrongly announcing at an official function that anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela had died.
REVIEW | Xavier Rudd performed to sold out crowds in South Africa, offering a taster of the amazing musical talent in store for London when he plays at Koko in June.
The end of the year is a good time to reflect on the past 12 months, and for the Australian cricketing fraternity it has been a topsy-turvy 365 days. Counting down, here are our top ten events in cricket this year.
Former England captain and cricket commentator Tony Greig, who had been battling lung cancer, has died in Sydney after a heart attack.
The fairytale innings was not to be for our best bat since Bradman.
Australia is set to take on South Africa in the third Test this Friday at the Western Australian Cricket Association Ground (WACA). All eyes will be on Nathan Lyon as he tries to succeed on a ground where many spin bowlers have failed.
South Africa's fast bowlers will spend the next three days desperately formulating 'Operation Clarke and Hussey', as the Proteas fight to hold onto their No.1 Test ranking.
Australia call up three fast bowlers, including Mitchell Johnson, for the third Test in Perth which will decide the world number 1 ranking, as Michael Clarke's side count the physical and mental cost of their desperately sapping draw in Adelaide.