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Green your beauty routine: Eco Diva

Let’s face it. The cosmetic industry is brimming with preservatives and chemicals, many of which are known to be harmful to your health. The not-so-pretty...

Falling for Franschhoek all over again, La Cotte Farm

It’s that time of year when everyone’s flitting off to France, and you’re left fighting for body warmth like a baby bear, because, let’s...

A truly wonderful ice spectacular, Disney On Ice

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is the only way to encapsulate the Disney on Ice debut at Grand Arena, GrandWest yesterday evening! If there’s one thing Disney on Ice...

Where the ‘glass’ is greener – celebrating 30 years of recycling

If you’ve been privileged enough to experience the small African kingdom of Swaziland, you’ll have been acquainted with their famous glass factory in the...

Grande Provence – chic industrial French cuisine in the Cape’s French...

As part of a wintry weekend away, we dined at the venerable estate of Grande Provence in Franschhoek, an estate that wears her 300-year history with...

How to take up sailing in the Mother City

You’ve watched keelboats sashay around buoys, their crews pinching lines and pulling off well-choreographed manoeuvres. There’s no denying the appeal of commandeering such beasts, and...

Angala Boutique Hotel Retreat – Franschhoeks’ hidden bijou

If Angala belongs to anyone, it’s the eco-pond frogs who croak in a constant yet comforting symphony, or one of the seventy-five, fascinating bird...

Kiddies activities for winter holidays in Cape Town – a guide...

It’s that time of term. A time deemed differently by everyone in the household. Children expectedly counting down the days until the final bell, and...

Noordhoek’s Foodbarn – Franckly Fabulous!

Franck Dangereux and his Foodbarn need no introduction. Capetonians however need gentle reminding that a twenty-minute drive over Ou Kaapse Weg Mountain Pass is not ‘far...

Forage and flower fuse with The Rose Café’s course

Imagine filling your home with self-made sweet pea posy’s or a flower bed of foliage, with a bunch of friends and a bottle of...