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#FreshOnTheShelf: Range of local, handcrafted moonshines launched in SA

A range of unaged American-style moonshines, handmade locally in small batches, has been launched countrywide by Silver Creek Craft Distillery

21 hours ago

Nourishing body, belly and soul at MyUtopia

It's no accident that premium lifestyle space MyUtopia is named just that, as 'utopia' is defined as 'An imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect.' Here's why you need stop imagining it and make balance and 'being your best self' part of your reality

By Leigh Andrews 20 hours ago

Tourvest, Chimp & Zee bolsters Sun City activities with aerial adventure course

The park, scheduled to open on 25 November, will comprise individual elevated obstacles and challenges, interconnected to form an exciting aerial adventure course

19 hours ago

It may not be possible to slow down fast fashion - so can the industry ever be sustainable?

The fashion industry has some major sustainability problems. By 2030, it is predicted that the industry's water consumption will grow by 50% to 118 billion cubic metres

By Mark Sumner 1 day ago

Boschendal opens farm shop and eatery in Stellenbosch

Boschendal Farm, on the outskirts of Franschhoek, has long been a family favourite. I have many fond memories of lengthy, laughy lunches with the fam over holiday times.

By Ruth Cooper 1 day ago

#OnTheBigScreen: Agatha Christie, J. D. Salinger and David Hockney

Murder on The Orient Express, Rebel in The Rye, Coco, Olaf's Frozen Adventure, Daddy's Home 2, Potato Potahto and David Hockney at The Royal Academy of Arts open at local cinemas this week.

By Daniel Dercksen 1 day ago

Fashion Faux Pas(s): No make-up make-up

While you may have finally figured out how to contour like a Kardashian, beauty trends at recent fashion weeks suggest that contouring is out and highlighting is in. Indicative of the natural beauty movement, highlighting is aimed at enhancing what's already there.

By Maroefah Smith 1 day ago

How to claim if you're injured on holiday

Accidental injury is the worst thing that can happen to you when you are abroad in an unfamiliar environment. Not only will you be far away from friends and family, you will have no access to your usual doctor or local hospital..

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 1 day ago

Six routes to consider on your next SA road trip

Anyone who has ever visited South Africa will agree that there are many roads and routes to explore - these routes span from the coastal areas to the mountain passes.

2 days ago

#MusicExchange: Latheem Gabriel

Latheem Gabriel is an artist who has been writing music since the age of 16. He is trained on the violin and guitar and considers his music social, global, and self-conscious.

By Martin Myers 2 days ago

Synergy Live returns with three-day electronic music festival

Synergy Live returns with a three-day electronic music journey from Friday, 1 December to Sunday, 3 December 2017 at Anura Wine Estate in Franschhoek and will feature a line-up of both local and international talent.

2 days ago

What to do and where to stay in Zanzibar

The heat slams your entire body in a suffocating, damp caress as soon as you step out of the plane's air-conditioned coolness; immediately curling hair into little frizzy ringlets and dew-ifying the face. It's overwhelming for a Capetonian used to fresh sea breezes and dry heats - Jambo Zanzibar, there is no mistaking we have arrived upon your welcoming shores!

By Ruth Cooper 3 days ago

The Showroom Theatre festive line-up announced

Escape to Prince Albert this Festive Season and enjoy world-class entertainment in the heart of the Karoo at The Showroom Theatre.

3 days ago

Solange Knowles to perform at Afropunk Festival

The global Afropunk Festival, hosted by Constitution Hill, takes place on 30 and 31 December 2017. The festival welcomes artists such as Solange Knowles, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Laura Mvula, King Tha and more.

3 days ago

Byron Klassen receives 2017 ImpACT award

The 2017 Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) Awards was hosted by Sun International at The Maslow Hotel in Johannesburg on 17 November 2017.

3 days ago

Retailers to watch this Black Friday, Cyber Monday

Retailers and consumers alike are readying themselves for snaking queues and extended shopping hours in-store and online this Black Friday, falling on 24 November this year

By Lauren Hartzenberg 20 Nov 2017

SA architect Handre de la Rey's concrete sunglasses launch to market

Concrete sunglasses have for the first time been made available for commercial retail. The designer behind the range is South African architect Handre de la Rey

20 Nov 2017

#EntrepreneurMonth: Behind the scenes of SA's top festivals with Steyn Entertainment

We got in touch with Steyn Entertainment director George Avakian to go behind the scenes of what it takes to successfully manage one of South Africa's biggest and most popular music fests for #EntrpreneurMonth.

By Ruth Cooper 20 Nov 2017

Barrier draw for the 2017 Gauteng Sansui Summer Cup

15 November saw the barrier draw for the 2017 Gauteng SANSUI Summer Cup take place. Here are the much-anticipated results

Issued by Campbell + Campbell 20 Nov 2017

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Wood watches designed to stand out

A brand created for the ones who dare stand out, the trendsetters and the risktakers. The Garwood Wood Grain Watches was created with these values in mind in 2013, representing a dynamic juncture between the modern and the classic.

Issued by Monetary Library 10 Nov 2017

Nialaya Jewelry from Los Angeles

Almost eight years ago, Entrepreneur and Designer Jannik Olander started making bracelets by hand in his Hollywood hills garage. Today, Nialaya Jewelry is a world-renowned brand for men and women with headquarters on Melrose Avenue in sunny Los Angeles, and the go-to for handcrafted, unique beaded bracelets and necklaces with a spiritual touch!

Issued by Monetary Library 30 Oct 2017

Healthiest sleeping positions

All of us sleep, but almost everyone sleeps differently. Some of us snore, some stay immobile for the entire duration, some scratch compulsively, or sniff, and some even sleep-talk. While there is no single proper way to sleep, there are good and bad positions in which you can do so, and all of them have their pros and cons. The important thing to know is, as long as you're sleeping in a bed or similar piece of furniture, you're probably doing it correctly.

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 20 Oct 2017

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