An Afghanistan War veteran finds himself and his team the target of South African game hunters, turning the problem of local poaching into a deadly game.
Former mercenary Sonja Kurtz is hired by business tycoon Julianne Clyde-Smith to head an elite squad. Their aim: to take down Africa's top poaching kingpins and stop at nothing to save its endangered wildlife.
With a diagnosis of 3 to 8 years before he becomes wheelchair bound, Jake Jurecky has compiled a bucket list of things he wants to achieve in this relatively short window. Read about his story and help this Adelaide teen achieve his dreams.
A collection of essays providing insight into what South Australia was like just before WWI written in conjunction with History SA & Flinders University to mark the centenary of the beginning of the war.
Presented by Mthakathi Productions Reviewed 27 February 2017 The high energy performance by Africa Entsha, which means New Africa in Zulu, at The Garage International (North Adelaide Community Centre) flew by all too quickly. The group began their career as buskers, have gone on to win 3 awards at the Edinburgh Fringe and found a […]
As the opening date draws near, the food-loving public are getting excited about the new restaurant Africola, the labour of love project from South African-born, awarded chef Duncan Welgemoed.
Direct from a sell out Broadway season, Mother Africa is returning to Adelaide after 4 long years with new and old classic acts, new music, and new costumes.
Creative storytelling company KOJO has secured a multi-million dollar investment deal with US-based Main Street Films for an upcoming feature film titled ONE.
After humble beginnings as a juice bar in Adelaide 11 years ago, Boost Juice Bars have reached a milestone with the opening of Boost Settlement City in Port Macquarie – its 200th store in Australia.
Inspired by the eclectic pot of flavours in South Africa, renowned chef, restaurateur and author Neil Perry is encouraging all Australians to experience the ultimate food and wine safari adventure, which is South Africa.
If you haven't heard of Kosmea yet, you've been missing out! This amazing South Australian, family-owned company led the innovation of Rose Hip Oil almost 20 years ago when it bottled the incredible ingredient to share the healing properties with others.
Thanks to a campaign partnership between South African Tourism and Myer, Sunrise is giving two lucky Australians the chance to win a luxury trip to South Africa, including Business Class flights with South African Airways (SAA).
Glam Adelaide's Kelly Noble travelled to South Africa to capture behind the scenes photos and footage of the upcoming Myer Spring Summer 2012/2013 fashion shoot! Check it all out here.
In the lead up to the celebration of Nelson Mandela International Day on July 18, South African Tourism is running an online competition calling on Australians to post their favourite inspirational thought on an app aligned with the South African Tourism Facebook page.
If you ever wanted to experience a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, then there is no better place to start than the Palace of the Lost City in South Africa.
When people talk about SA overseas, do they mean South Australia or South Africa? Glam Adelaide is heading offshore to discover just what all the fuss is about.
One thing is certain; no matter how good you are feeling when you arrive, you will feel even better when you leave. The choir are only here until Friday, so hurry for your tickets.
Adelaide College of the Arts dance graduate Lisa Lonero will spend three months studying with the Cape Dance Company in Cape Town, South Africa, with support from the Helpmann Academy.