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Jul 01 2019
Magazine

South Africa’s number one travel and outdoor lifestyle magazine. We pay our own way and tell it like it is. We drive back roads and speak to real people, giving you practical information about affordable destinations in southern Africa. Each issue is crammed with excellent photography, honest gear reviews and delicious recipes to make at home or in the bundu. Whether you’re looking to escape for a weekend or a month, your journey starts here.

Living history

OUR PROMISE

BEHIND THE SCENES • Welcome to the team, Kyra Tarr! Kyra did an internship at go! and when a permanent position opened up, she jumped at the chance to work for the magazine.

go!

WRITE TO US & WIN!

SPEAK TO US

UPFRONT

Q & A • Every month our experts answer your questions about birds, bugs and beasts. Write to editor@gomag.co.za

CHECK THIS

GOOD TO KNOW Poachers be warned

IN THEIR WORDS

MUST WATCH • Pangolin documentary aims to raise awareness worldwide

FOR YOUR CALENDAR

Hike with us on Wikiloc

Snakebite South Africa: The facts

Lunar eclipse, take two

PHASES OF THE MOON

Bruce Arnott & Rob Hlatshwayo • Separated by almost three decades, a civil war and vastly different upbringings, Bruce (23) and Rob (49) work side by side as guide and tracker at Londolozi Private Game Reserve. Working together in the bush is no nine-to-five; it requires a level of trust and physical competency that few people develop over a lifetime.

Capedry Montagu Farm Stall

DISCOVER ESWATINI • The best of the Swazi Kingdom

MEET THE AUTHOR • After travelling through 20 African countries on public transport for his book Dark Continent My Black Arse, Sihle Khumalo drove 8 400 km around South Africa for his new book, Rainbow Nation My Zulu Arse. He tells us why he still has hope for Mzansi.

BOOKS & MUSIC • Get a fresh take on Mzansi with Sihle Khumalo, join a family on an 18 000 km odyssey in a Land Rover named Schalk, cook up a storm with Martin Versfeld and sing along to a new Springsteen album.

CLASSIC READ

ROAD MUSIC

The winters • Winter might not be everyones favourite season, but some things – like eating biltong, going to the Kruger and hanging out at Oppikoppi – are simply better when it’s cold, writes Toast Coetzer.

Wilderness within reach • Want a surprise? Take the turn-off to the Gamkaberg Nature Reserve near Oudtshoorn, where a spectacular kloof will show you a different side of the Little Karoo.

MOUNTAIN ZEBRA, SAVED

IN OTHER WORDS

TAKE A HIKE

ACCOMMODATION

STORIES IN STONE • On a geological tour in the Eastern Cape, you’ll learn how the scenic landscape around you came to be. It will make you look at the world outside your windscreen with new – or old – eyes.

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

Killer sightings in the Kgalagadi • The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is one of South Africa’s top destinations for wildlife photographers. Five readers visited the park and captured these dramatic scenes.

Annemarie du Plessis, Polokwane

Charmane Baleiza, Pretoria

Kate Morris, Somerset West

Neville Hein, Vanderbijlpark

Heinrich Röntgen, Umdloti

Olá Portugal • Armed with a few Portuguese phrases, Marida van Schalkwyk and her husband Johan embarked on an 18-day self-drive tour through the land of port and pastéis de nata.

TRAVEL ON A BUDGET

SEND US YOUR STORY

TAKE YOUR PIC

On the road

Boojy dishes for cold days • This winter, cook with one glass of wine in hand and one in the pot.

Winter wines for gourmet pairings

Long live the PUFF JACKET! • The puff jacket is everyone’s favourite winter accessory, whether...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 148 Publisher: Media 24 Ltd Edition: Jul 01 2019

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 17, 2019

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Travel & Outdoor

Languages

English

South Africa’s number one travel and outdoor lifestyle magazine. We pay our own way and tell it like it is. We drive back roads and speak to real people, giving you practical information about affordable destinations in southern Africa. Each issue is crammed with excellent photography, honest gear reviews and delicious recipes to make at home or in the bundu. Whether you’re looking to escape for a weekend or a month, your journey starts here.

Living history

OUR PROMISE

BEHIND THE SCENES • Welcome to the team, Kyra Tarr! Kyra did an internship at go! and when a permanent position opened up, she jumped at the chance to work for the magazine.

go!

WRITE TO US & WIN!

SPEAK TO US

UPFRONT

Q & A • Every month our experts answer your questions about birds, bugs and beasts. Write to editor@gomag.co.za

CHECK THIS

GOOD TO KNOW Poachers be warned

IN THEIR WORDS

MUST WATCH • Pangolin documentary aims to raise awareness worldwide

FOR YOUR CALENDAR

Hike with us on Wikiloc

Snakebite South Africa: The facts

Lunar eclipse, take two

PHASES OF THE MOON

Bruce Arnott & Rob Hlatshwayo • Separated by almost three decades, a civil war and vastly different upbringings, Bruce (23) and Rob (49) work side by side as guide and tracker at Londolozi Private Game Reserve. Working together in the bush is no nine-to-five; it requires a level of trust and physical competency that few people develop over a lifetime.

Capedry Montagu Farm Stall

DISCOVER ESWATINI • The best of the Swazi Kingdom

MEET THE AUTHOR • After travelling through 20 African countries on public transport for his book Dark Continent My Black Arse, Sihle Khumalo drove 8 400 km around South Africa for his new book, Rainbow Nation My Zulu Arse. He tells us why he still has hope for Mzansi.

BOOKS & MUSIC • Get a fresh take on Mzansi with Sihle Khumalo, join a family on an 18 000 km odyssey in a Land Rover named Schalk, cook up a storm with Martin Versfeld and sing along to a new Springsteen album.

CLASSIC READ

ROAD MUSIC

The winters • Winter might not be everyones favourite season, but some things – like eating biltong, going to the Kruger and hanging out at Oppikoppi – are simply better when it’s cold, writes Toast Coetzer.

Wilderness within reach • Want a surprise? Take the turn-off to the Gamkaberg Nature Reserve near Oudtshoorn, where a spectacular kloof will show you a different side of the Little Karoo.

MOUNTAIN ZEBRA, SAVED

IN OTHER WORDS

TAKE A HIKE

ACCOMMODATION

STORIES IN STONE • On a geological tour in the Eastern Cape, you’ll learn how the scenic landscape around you came to be. It will make you look at the world outside your windscreen with new – or old – eyes.

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

Killer sightings in the Kgalagadi • The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is one of South Africa’s top destinations for wildlife photographers. Five readers visited the park and captured these dramatic scenes.

Annemarie du Plessis, Polokwane

Charmane Baleiza, Pretoria

Kate Morris, Somerset West

Neville Hein, Vanderbijlpark

Heinrich Röntgen, Umdloti

Olá Portugal • Armed with a few Portuguese phrases, Marida van Schalkwyk and her husband Johan embarked on an 18-day self-drive tour through the land of port and pastéis de nata.

TRAVEL ON A BUDGET

SEND US YOUR STORY

TAKE YOUR PIC

On the road

Boojy dishes for cold days • This winter, cook with one glass of wine in hand and one in the pot.

Winter wines for gourmet pairings

Long live the PUFF JACKET! • The puff jacket is everyone’s favourite winter accessory, whether...


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