Articles by Cath Everett
Cath Everett finds it is possible to be too posh, as evidenced by the over-exclusive South African Polo Association.
Cath Everett explores the city\'s maligned downtown area to find its hidden gems.
Aquaculture Stewardship Council chief executive Chris Ninnes explains the importance of this situation.
Cath Everett reflects on the country\'s great struggle against apartheid on the eve of Mandela Day.
Cath Everett visits San culture and education centre and is inspired to volunteer to teach English to some disadvantaged township children.
Cath Everett makes a brief return to the Cape Town and realises how much she misses the place.
Cath Everett takes in Joberg\'s unusual points of interest including the house of Scientology founder and author L. Ron Hubbard.
Cath Everett samples a multimedia-based exhibition at Wits Art Museum about the lives of migrant workers.
Cath Everett examines how South Africa\'s bird and sea life must be protected from loss of habitat and over-fishing.
Cath Everett is pleasantly surprised to find an even mix of black and white fans attending DSTv music and food festival.
Cath Everett discovers an Indian diaspora that dates back to 1860s.
A graffiti walking tour of the Newtown district of Johannesburg.
Expat Cath Everett experiences local events and realises she has become a true resident of Johannesburg
Expat Cath Everett checks out the South African Derby Day at the Turffontein racetrack in Johannesburg.
Expat Cath Everett decides to take in Joberg\'s D-Day festival, part of a global celebration of all things involving marijuana.
Gourmand expat Cath Everett finds the global village close to home
Expat Cath Everett laments a lack of information on volunteering and cultural pastimes in Johannesburg
South Africans have mixed views about Pistorius - and some believe coverage is \'pathetic\'
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Johannesburg\'s Origins Centre is one of the best museums to learn about the early man, writes Cath Everett