A Brief History Of Christmas Greetings

Even though the history of mailed Christmas greetings doesn’t date back donkey’s years, it’s been an eventful one.

Sir Henry Cole is recognised as being first to market with a Christmas card (as readers from the 90s and early 00s would know it). In 1843 Cole commissioned John Horsley to design a holiday greeting card to send to his peers, and by 1860 the custom of sending Christmas cards was part of the British consciousness.

One of the first Christmas Greeting Card’s by John Horsley

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7 Convenient Ways To Keep Your Money Safe While Travelling

Your travel visa has been approved, you’ve come up with an exciting itinerary for your international getaway and are raring to go. You probably can’t wait to blow some of your hard-earned cash on an incredible life experience, but do you have an airtight plan for keeping your money safe? Nobody wants to share stories about being stranded in a foreign country. We’re on hand with savvy tips to help you keep your money safe when you’re far from home.

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Dear Parents, what your child REALLY needs this Christmas…

Last night I sat on my couch and stared at the beautiful tree I decorated with my family, the lights that shined so bright and the big star on top that completed the tree…It took me back to my childhood.

That moment when I helped my parents decorate the Christmas tree.

That moment when I sat on my father’s lap to watch a movie together.

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Air travel in South Africa

South Africa is the most developed country in Africa, with one of the strongest economies on the continent. Therefore, a high number of flights in Africa are destined to or originate from South Africa.

South Africa is a major hub for air travel in the Southern African region.

The two most used airports for international flights are Cape Town International and OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.

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