5 Fantastic South African Blogs You Should be Following

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Submitted by campbell on Mon, 10/22/2018 - 07:34
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South Africa has so many talented bloggers that it's difficult to pick only a few. Below you will find some of the best bloggers I've come across in South Africa, ranging from entirely personal blogs to business-owned blogs. Have a look! I'm sure you'll find something you'll love.

Boring Cape Town Chick

Boringcapetownchick.com was started in 2012 and has gone through various shapes and form. Through all the changes it remained a very interesting source of information for anyone interested in Cape Town. Topics range from "Things to do in Cape Town", to the author's personal bucket list of places to visit in Africa.

Webaddict.co.za

WebAddict has been around since 1999 and aims to provide technology-related ideas that can improve lives of every-day people but can also advance businesses. Well worth a read if you are interested in technology and business. 

My City By Night

Managed by three guys from Cape Town, this blog still remains one of the most entertaining and interesting blogs on this list. Topics are mostly entertainment-related, specifically events and music. Well worth a read if you, well, love entertainment. Who doesn't, right? 

Leozette.co.za

Leozette adopted a plant-based lifestyle and it has changed her life in ways. Today, she is the Media & Outreach Manager for an animal protection organisation, a plant-powered athlete, featured vegan blogger, and published author. Check out her Vegan Cookbook and many other great articles on her blog. 

The Incidental Tourist

Dawn Jorgensen is the author of the Incidental Tourist. She is a traveller with a deep love for Africa, it’s people and the environment. On her award-winning blog, The Incidental Tourist, she shares her stories and photographs, accommodation reviews and discoveries from her international and local travels, as well as details of conservation campaigns that she support. From gorilla trekking in Uganda, tree planting in Zambia, turtle rescue in Kenya, crampon hiking in Patagonia and setting up a temporary home in Lisbon; her focus remains on sustainable tourism and highlighting ways that we can enjoy this beautiful world without compromise.

Local Cape Town author who loves to write about South Africa.