Articles by Cath Everett
You can tell a lot about a country by what it finds funny about itself, says new South Africa expat Cath Everett.
Gourmands glory in everything from cheese festivals to olive frenzies in a land in love with food and drink, swoons Cath Everett.
In a country as beautiful as South Africa, you might expect environmentalism to be a big issue. But green is not the colour, says Cath Everett
British expat Cath Everett has fallen in love with her adopted home - but it has a dark past as birthplace of apartheid.
From venomous spiders to stunning dragonflies, Cath Everett takes us on a magical mystery tour of her back garden.
It's only good manners to learn the language of your adopted home country, says Cath Everett. But that's easier said than done.
Cath Everett takes her head out of the sand to explore South Africa's national arts festival celebrating Afrikaans culture.
As Britain freezes in the longest, coldest, greyest winter for 50 years, expat Cath Everett seems to have made a wise choice with new home.
Cath Everett joins scheme that uses drama and song to take anti-substance abuse message into heart of poor communities.
Cape Winelands set global example for best way to lure customers to pleasures of drinking wine, says Cath Everett
Adjusting to the South African middle class mindset of alarms, bars and panic buttons takes some getting used to, says Cath Everett.
Expat Cath Everett finds that uprooting yourself to a new country throws the doors wide open to reinvent yourself.
While the Blade Runner/Reeva Steenkamp case grips the nation, expat Cath Everett samples a less stressful South African institution.
Setting up home in a new country is tough, particularly without reliable internet or mobile phone, finds expat Cath Everett.