Most read travel stories for the week

2014-04-04 16:30
The man who thinks he knows what happened to flight MH370, SA's adulterous dorpies, illegal drone usage crackdown and an actual braai in the sky.

In case you missed it, here are the stories our readers found most interesting for the week.

5. A braai in the sky? We think Kulula has gone bonkers

To celebrate its home-grown roots, announced they would host the first ever braai in the sky. Umm. We' were not too sure how we felt about this. But they actually did it. Watch the video here

4.Tourist robbery on Chapman's Peak uncovers emergency access issue

A day trip along one of the most famous drives in South Africa, Chapman’s Peak, has gone horribly wrong for an Iranian family on holiday in Cape Town. Read about their ordeal.

3. CAA to hit illegal drone flyers with fines up to R50k

The South African Civil Aviation Authority is set to clamp down on illegal drone flying, with offenders facing up to R50 000 in fines, 10 years in prison or both. Now read what some of you had to say about this move here: 'Hobbiests and clowns' to blame for CAA drone clampdown?

2. SA's most adulterous dorpies

Ever wondered what people keep themselves busy with in the platteland? A recent survey by infidelity website, Ashley Madison, sheds a little bit of light.

1.This man says he knows what happened to Flight MH370

The idea that somebody knows what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 and the 239 people on board had the bulk of our readers intrigued.

Since publishing this piece on one man's insights into the biggest aviation mysteries to date, no solid evidence has yet been found in the Indian Ocean and the search has moved underwater as the black box's power is expected to run out in the next few days. Click here for the latest updates Flight MH370.

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