Inside the final issue

Good bye and thank you

After nearly eight years of telling the Southern Cape’s stories, South is closing. This issue, Autumn 2017, is our last and will be on local shelves from early March to mid-May. Click here to read the Editor’s goodbye letter. Click here to read the Founder/Managing Director’s letter.

Picture it

Garden Route photographers explore digital fine art possibilities with beautiful results.

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 Property scramble

As thousands of people flock to the Southern Cape for a better quality of life, the region’s property market is spinning out of control.

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Sweet surrender

Local candy makers create melt-in-your-mouth gourmet sweets that are seducing palates across the country.

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Living the dream

Multi-award-winning musician, songwriter and singer Elvis Blue still calls the Garden Route ‘home’.

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Leather works

Southern Cape leather workers create work so beautiful and diverse they are cherished by customers form around the world.

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Our world

Photographic showcase of some of the best adventures we’ve had in the Southern Cape.

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Races, rides and razzmatazz

Roaring engines, beautiful bodywork, gleaming livery and speed at the annual Knysna Motor Show and Jaguar Simola Hillclimb this Autumn.

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Risk and reward

Renewed plans to prospect for more gas and oil off the Southern Cape coast sparks questions.

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Directions

Venues showcase, new shops and eateries, beautiful things and an events diary. Opening picture: Eagle’s Nest venue outside Sedgefield. Photograph by Desmond Scholtz

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