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Unleash the hunter, gather some Syrah at Benguela Cove

Fit enough for a countess, Carpaccio had become a big favourite on top restaurant menus. This simple dish of thinly sliced raw meat was...

Indlovu Gin – made in Africa, designed by elephants

A world first, Indlovu Gin - this handcrafted, juniper led twice infused, distilled gin is made from elephant dung. Borne out of a ‘what if’...

A journey to a career in the performing Arts with Nine Academy

The Nine’ Academy of film, stage and dance was established in 2016 and offers a four year, internationally recognised, Trinity College of...

Behind the marvels that make the Cape Town Carnival sensational

The Cape Town Carnival’s main workshop in Maitland is where the magic happens, and on 28 February the Carnival was proud to host media,...

MEC Fritz & Tim Noakes Host Nutrition Workshop for Under-Privileged Youths

On 20 February the Minister of Social Development, Albert Fritz, hosted a workshop on eating to prevent chronic illness and increase productivity together with...

Summer is for Stellenbosch Street Soirees

Toast with the locals, when the ever-popular, Stellenbosch Street Soirees return to the streets of the City of Oaks for some feasting and laidback...

Celebrate the new year in the spray of “The Smoke that Thunders”

kulula holidays has opened the selling window for Africa’s most exciting new year’s festival, the Vic Falls Carnival 2018. The seventh annual event runs...

Explore the innovation at Wine & Food Tourism Conference

The Business of Wine & Food Tourism Conference, now in its third year is set to take place at the Spier wine estate in...