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SA passport, British visa application

Zukiswa Wanner reveals the lengths we go through in an excerpt from, "Hardly Working: A travel memoir of sorts"

Going home from home

A traveller returns home to warm familiarities seen through the eyes of universality

The cost of the great masigodukeni

The great end-of-year homecoming is not as simple as ‘I’m back, folks!’

Going back isn’t going home

I didn’t grow up with Christmas trees and wrapped presents on the 25th, so the pressure of always bearing expensive gifts isn’t quite there.

Kisimusi is’fikile. Mari yako chete

Money woes are a constant but for me, it’s the gaps in memory that cost more

Eating through Spain and Portugal

A trip around Spain, taking in Barcelona, Madrid and Granada, and ending in Lisbon, Portugal, is packed with gastronomic delights and adventure

The strange places we misplace power

"The power we attribute to the people in whose name apartheid was made is perhaps too generous at times and too limited to the power to have things".

Everyday commute of curiosity

When I have conversations with women, they ask about my religion and my reasons for wearing hijab.

The nature of the beast

Mining threatens the Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, a unique wilderness where the fundamentals of life confront you. Go see this KZN Eden.

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