Articles by Cath Everett
Members of ANC Youth League believe statue of Madiba is scandalous waste of money, despite its positive message.
Cath Everett finds out how a pioneering accountant turned the braai, or barbecue, into a South African institution.
Scourge of tik or crystal meth addiction among the young in poor areas is being fought by music, drama and education, says Cath Everett.
Wild flowers blooming across the Cape put a spring in the step of expat Cath Everett.
A week sampling the variety of live entertainment in Cape Town leaves expat writer Cath Everett glowing with approval.
There are many things to love about Stellenbosch, says Cath Everett, but the markets are up there with all of them.
Brush with illness makes expat Cath Everett see the need for South Africa's move towards an NHS-type service.
Expat Cath Everett escapes Cape's miserable 'eight-day rain' phenomenon for whale-watching trip.
Cath Everett explores Soweto, the goldmines and the sometimes lively sometimes bland suburbs of South Africa's biggest city.
Expat Cath Everett explores two landmarks that could not be more different in modern-day South Africa
An inspirational book leads Cath Everett on a voyage of discovery into South Africa's tribal heart - and unlocks the secrets of the world's most ancient people.
A community purpose-built to encourage diversity - and help save the planet - is the only one of its kind in South Africa, Cath Everett discovers.
Even 5,000 miles from their original homeland, descendants of French refugees in South Africa make the effort to mark Bastille Day. Cath Everett joins them.
When you've lived amidst jagged beauty of South Africa, the rolling fields of home are even more striking, says Cath Everett.
Attempts to set up a social network of like-minded people in her new home has yet to promise a happy ending for expat Cath Everett.
The South African weather is chilling us to the bone but there's never a better time to spot a whale, says Cath Everett.
As anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela lies critically ill in hospital, Catherine Everett ponders risks and dangers facing Rainbow Nation.
Sudden onset of winter catches expat Cath Everett on the hop - but it does have its compensations.
Cath Everett steps away from easy expat lifestyle to help out in Catholic soup kitchens, while poverty claims black and white.
British expat Cath Everett thirsts for the lost world of the smokey English boozer and its unique atmosphere.