In 2007, we were invited by Interactive Africa to spend ten days in South Africa. Like our “real-time design” trip to Serbia, we created one piece of design every day, inspired by that same day. Our goal was to explore how design can provide South Africans with an outsider’s view of their country. We became deeply immersed in our daily surroundings, met numerous people (including the diviners at the Muti market), asked countless questions, and listened closely. During our travels by plane, car, and foot, we visited three cities, sampled three different beers (the entire domestic collection), gave three design workshops, ate eleven types of meat, climbed Cape Town’s Lion’s Head, and almost got shot in Johannesburg’s inner city.