San Sebastian is your oyster   

1 January 2016


Donostia-San Sebastian, nestled between verdant mountains in the Bay of Biscay, attracts visitors from all over the globe, not only for it's beauty, but also for it's reputation as a gastronomic gem.



Joie de vivre in Dordogne   

1 Feb 2015


Ever wondered why France is the most visited country in the world? The reason will become clear when you explore the Aquitaine region.



Jordy Smith: On top of the world 

1 Dec 2014


A reversal of fortune for the freakishly talented South African surfer has put him on top of his game. He is now one of the top earners on the world tour...




Naked and covered in blood.  

12 March 2007


“We found Fanus and Marina’s bodies covered in blood as they lay naked on the floor, tied with electrical cords,” Sally Badenhorts told reporters after her son had been murdered…




Shangaan Electro invades France  

13 Oct 2013


 So what happens when the crazy beats from a Limpopo band invade a small French town? Nadine Visagie went to find out.




Homosexuality in Africa

September/ October 2015


Translated from French to English by Nadine Visagie.




Wel ter tale

1 November 2013


Nadine Visagie sê om 'n nuwe taal aan te leer, hou vele voordele in. "As jy met iemand praat in 'n taal wat hy verstaan, gaan dit na sy kop toe, maar as jy in sy eie taal met hom kan praat, gaan dit na sy hart toe." 





Investing in a lifestyle  

1 June 2014


"Man cannot discover new oceans unless he is willing to lose sight of the shore." wrote André Gide, French Nobel Laureate for literature...




Sept/ October 2015


Translated from French to English by Nadine Visagie.




Lost girls in MXit drama  

12 April 2008


Chat service linked to the disappearance of Chantelynn Janse van Rensburg and Hannelie Grabie.





My father shot  and killed my mother   

1 June 2013


Suzy Botha had to learn to let go of her tragic past after her father shot and killed her mother a decade ago.




Interview with Neale Donald Walsch   

1 January 2013


"If we are clear that we are not here to get anything but to give everything, then no-one can take anything from us because we don't need anything to begin with, except merely to be able to give."



Misterie wat die Water Roer  

1 Junie 2013


In die voorheuwels van die Pireneë lê die Franse dorpie Lourdes. Miljoene mense stroom jaarliks na die pelgrimsoord in die hoop dat daardie heilige water vir hulle genesing, vrede en hoop sal bring.



Huiskos oor die waters   

15 February 2013


Nadine Visagie het op 'n grou dag in Amsterdam die warmte van Suid Afrikaanse hartskos ervaar.



Interview With Stephanie Gilmore   

1 January 2013


Residents of Anambe, a small town in Senegal, are riding on a wave of goodwill thanks to the Surfers for Africa charity project.



Interview with Kelly Slater   

1 December 2012


"I always believed there was something special in my future since I was really young."



Interview With Photojournalist Brent Stirton   

22 December 2009


In 2007 Brent Stirton's heart-wrenching photos of executed mountain gorillas captured the attention of the world. Find out how he evokes change through powerful images.



Renowned Author, Marita van der Vyver, Opens the Book on Writing  

15 April 2010


Marita van der Vyver has published an array of novels which have been translated into a dozen languages. In this interview she shares insights on writing.


Ruda Landman Reveals the Secrets of Elite Television Journalism  

15 April 2010


Ruda Landman is regarded as one of South Africa's most respected television journalists and has co-anchored Carte Blanche for close to 20 years.


Living Life to the Fullest as a Quadriplegic 

22 Maart 2010


In this touching interview Tracy Todd opens up about her life after a tragic car accident in South Africa claimed more than just her physical abilities.

Facing challenges that surpass most people's understanding, Todd shows how she has found the courage to not only continue to live but to do so richly and meaningfully.


The Importance of Learning French 

25 January 2010


French is one of the most influential languages in the world and as such continues to attract new students. Laura K. Lawless shares her francophone insights.


Chimpanzees in Medical Laboratories  

5 January 2010


More than a thousand chimpanzees are still being used for invasive medical research in laboratories across America. Find out how to help these endangered animals.