Stutterheim Farmers', Craft and Art Market

By Denise Noot
"The Reporter" 23 September 2016

Early in September, I teamed up with Lynnae Daniel, a former resident of Elliot, and hired a stall at the Stutterheim Market.

It is not difficult for a place or event to create an online presona that is a disapointment when encountered face to face. The Stutterheim Market is no such disappointment!

"Mountain of Healers"

First Published 1999 in  Plantlife No 21, p.16-18

By JC McMaster, The Croft, PO Box 1053, Stutterheim 4930

A strange title, you may think, for a publication devoted to indigenous plants. Yes, it is relevant - I am referring to Mt. Thomas, the elegant peak in the Amatola mountains which, together with its bigger companion Mt. Kubusie, towers above that most beautiful of lakes, mecca of trout anglers, Gubu Dam near Stutterheim in the Eastern Cape. It was named after St. Thomas Aquinas by the first missionaries. It must have had an older name. It was at a prestigious angling event at Gubu Dam recently that I was asked "How did Gubu get its name?" I made it my business to find out.


Country Life Magazine
Posted on 27 January 2015 by country Life

Valentine’s Day is a great excuse to get out of town with someone special. It can be a tricky task to get this right, though. Here’s our attempt to help out: 3 romantic country escapes. 

Ultimate 4×4 Trails & Adventures in Eastern Cape

Getaway Mazagine
January 2010

South Africa’s vast landscapes are an explorer’s paradise, but reaching beautiful spots often requires an off-road vehicle and some deft driving ability. Here is Getaway’s roundup of ultimate 4×4 trails in South Africa and overland adventures north of our borders.