Hemp bricks are becoming increasingly popular in construction because of their insulating, fire-resistant and climate-friendly properties
Innovation is the metronome to the rhythm of survival and triumph
Trailblazing in the conference sector
Trailblazing the Apartment
The country is witnessing a sexual revolution and business is booming for romantic short-stay hotels.
Time stands still on
the North Coast when you’re watched over
The US hotelier hopes its deal with Protea will ‘jump-start’ its interests across the continent.
Minister Ignatius Chombo has ordered Harare to withdraw from a partnership to build a $145-million hotel and to focus on service delivery.
The biggest hotel in the country with a lot of sporty mouths to feed. Matthew Burbidge undertakes a study of consumption.
Sean Hunter Christie takes an urban pilgrimage
to Braamies, the historical ‘spring of brambles’ turned fountainhead for local creativity.
Cat Pritchard beds down on the conservative
side of a R300 000 mattress at the Taj hotel and
finds herself waking up slightly right of centre.
Adopt-a-Plot Project by the Vineyard Hotel & Spa is the runner-up in the Community Conservation Award.
About half of hotels, lodges and other accommodation in South Africa will charge premium rates during the World Cup.
Dubai boasts a new resort billed as unique in the Middle East: the ocean-themed Atlantis, where a night will cost up to $25 000.
It’s the latest word in Gulf excess — a sprawling ,5-billion resort boasting a 000-a-night suite and dolphins flown in from the South Pacific.
Once dubbed by Esquire magazine as ”the worst building in the history of mankind”, the North Korea’s Ryugyong Hotel is back under construction.