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Johannesburg

People worship on a hill overlooking Johannesburg as they remember and mourn Nelson Mandela on December 8, 2013 in Johannesburg, South Africa.

South Africa

Moving on: A long journey to South Africa

Lisa Davies After 20 years of freedom, South Africa has come a long way, writes Lisa Davies, but with a long way to go.

South Africa

South Africa: Hiking in the heavens

Person standing on edge of cliffs at God's Window overlooking Blyde River Canyon, South Africa.

Andrew Bain Blyde River Canyon’s many vistas keep Andrew Bain spellbound.

South Africa

Johannesburg: A double take at downtown

Johannesburg, Braamfontein district, Kitchener's Carvery Bar and trendy shop at the Corner of Juta and De Beer Street, Mfa and Pumza.

It has been described as one of the most dangerous cities on earth, but Winsor Dobbin finds Johannesburg surprisingly vibrant and safe.

Airlines

Flight test: Qantas jumbo jet economy class

Qantas 747

Flight Test The Qantas cabin crew deliver unerring and friendly service on this long-haul from South Africa to Sydney.

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Photo galleries

South Africa's sinful playground

Sun City was founded as a sinful playground for white South Africans under apartheid.

Africa's answer to Las Vegas, Sun City is a playground for gambling and indulgence.

Map of Johannesburg

Travel News

Food, wine, women: 15 reasons why France is so popular

Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach during a sunny summer day in Nice, southeastern France.

JOLYON ATTWOOLL 10:59am | France was confirmed as the most visited country in the world this month – and by a huge margin. So why is this non-English speaking nation, with a reputation for insularity, so popular?

Tony Abbott, Barack Obama: Western leaders 'banned' from Russian airport's duty-free shop

OLIVER SMITH 9:42am | Tony Abbott and six other western leaders have been banned from a Russian airport duty-free shop.

North Korea tightens grip on SIM cards used by tourists

9:19am | North Korea is ensuring once tourists leave the country, their SIM card doesn't fall into local hands.

Burma opens e-Visa application service

NATALIE PARIS 9:07am | Burma has opened its e-Visa application service, but there are some restrictions.

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