Articles by Cath Everett
Cath Everett watches a 'Fake Irish Accent' competition and dodges men dressed as leprechauns
Cath Everett laments return of electricity rationing.
Rap and hip hop go down well in South Africa but kwaito music rules, says Cath Everett
Cath Everett swaps Joburg for the water attractions of Hartbeespoort Dam.
A friend's fresh look reopens the eyes of expat Cath Everett to the realities of her new home.
Enjoy the company of the 'Big Five' at Pilanesberg National Park.
Mission to find new weekend food market comparable to the Cape puts Cath Everett on Joburg's gentrification trail.
Thunderstorms, bad maps and missing hosts conspire to spoil things for sociable expat Cath Everett and her husband.
Despite national murder rate four and a half times higher than global average, murders in South Africa are localised, argues Cath Everett
Dog-lover Cath Everett gets an early - temporary - Christmas present in the form of a dalmatian pup called Storm.
Expat Cath Everett asks if the father of the nation would have been pleased by memorial service fuss and confusion?
IBTimes' resident ex-pat Cath Everett visits Mandela's birthplace and tells us about the amazing vigils South Africans have held in his honour.
Cath Everett impressed by Johannesburg's amazing electrical storms, spaced-out bungalows and vibrant custom of Sunday sociability.
Expat Cath Everett and Beloved take carefree 1,400km drive across vast hinterland of South Africa.
Time to banish nostalgia for leafy Stellenbosch and begin a 1,200km journey to start a new life in Johannesburg, writes expat Cath Everett.
Instead of the traditional tourist pleasures of Cape Town, Stellenbosch and the Cape Winelands, Cath Everett takes a different route.
Ramshackle townships surrounding Cape Town are thrown into bold relief by visiting family, finds British expat Cath Everett.
South Africa's road safety record comes bottom of list of 36 mostly developed countries, discovers expat Cath Everett.
A trip along Africa's Cape coast takes in its naval history and unique Jackass penguins.
Cath Everett faces prospect of move from beautiful Stellenbosch to urban jungle of Johannesburg - and it's not overly appealing.