Sho’t Left ropes in Dineo Ranaka to showcase local attractions

Dineo Ranaka has partnered with South African Tourism’s Sho’t Left campaign, in what will be a series of documented weekend breaks aimed at showcasing what South Africa has on offer for the domestic traveler.

The partnership with South African Tourism, which comes at the back Dineo Ranaka’s much loved Dineo’s Diary going into an unprecedented 4th Season, will see Dineo Ranaka exploring various provinces along with some well known personalities over four weeks.

“This relationship with Sho’t Left was the perfect opportunity for me to further explore my love for South Africa as well as show viewers the extent to which I’m constantly stimulated by my environment. Travelling, exploring new places and opportunities has always been a source fo creativity for me and it’s a lot of fun,” says Dineo.

“This is an exciting time for me as there’s so much happening and the relationship with Sho’t Left can only grow stronger from this campaign,” Dineo adds.

Shot LeftNo stranger to being in front of the camera, Dineo’s travels will be captured each week and packaged into webisodes that can be viewed on . These videos will capture those breath-taking moments and hidden gems that Dineo will be sharing with those close to her. One webisode will go live each week to give a glimpse into what transpired during their Sho’t Left

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The first week saw Dineo invading Mpumalanga and experiencing the variety of activities that the province has to offer. Known for  the Kruger National Park which was established in 1898 and now covers 20,000 square kilometres, the province also boasts  other major tourist attractions that include the Sudwala Caves and the Blyde River Canyon to name a few.  Dineo, along with her close friends, explored Mpumalanga with an itinerary that included going to the Kruger National Park, quad biking and microlighting to experience breath-taking views of the province.

In the next few weeks Dineo will travel to Limpopo, the North West as well as Gauteng.  For all the latest information follow Sho’t Left on their social media platforms, Instagram and Twitter @ShotLeft, and

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