Paul Ash Columnist
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14 places in SA where tourists can experience Mandela magic

From his childhood home to his prison cells to where he cast his first vote, South Africa has an extensive and fascinating Mandela tourist trail

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A personal story of WW2 leaves readers wanting more

Paul Ash recently wrote about the tragic death of his grandfather in France during World War 2. Here he tells us more about his emotional search for ...

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Mpumalanga road trip: the drive to Sabie can be a great holiday in itself

Of all the many road trips our travel editor has done, the drive to Sabie remains his favourite. Here's what to see and do along the way

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Haunted by WW2 history in France

Visiting the site where his grandfather was ambushed by enemy troops during the Second World War was an emotional experience for Paul Ash

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Why can't I use headphones or a laptop while my plane lands?

Our travel expert has the answer

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HOTEL REVIEW | Fortis Hotel Malaga, Mpumalanga

This comfortable hotel outside Waterval Boven has easygoing vibes with a touch of Spanish flair

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Royal Enfield Himalayan: a motorbike that's up for ANY adventure

Royal Enfield's Himalayan was named for the world's greatest mountain range and there is nothing immodest about that

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Dust off your boombox, cassette tapes have made a comeback

How grunge rock saved the humble casette tape from extinction

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HOTEL REVIEW | Salt Rock Hotel, KwaZulu-Natal

This unpretentious beachfront resort on the North Coast is all about the views and that amazing beach

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5 fascinating things you probably didn't know about dagga

The history of the world's oldest drug is a long and occasionally colourful one

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