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#FoodTrends: Chocolate health benefits
#FoodTrends: Chocolate health benefits

“Chocolate comes from cocoa - which is a tree; that makes it a plant, so therefore chocolate counts as salad!” Most chocoholics would agree with this sentiment as well as be delighted with scientific findings which proclaim the benefits of indulging in chocolate!

By Janine Fourie 3 days ago

Southern Sun O.R. Tambo International Airport offers a convenient and comfortable stay
Southern Sun O.R. Tambo International Airport offers a convenient and comfortable stay

The last thing many people want to do after a long flight is spend even more time getting to their final destination via car. That's why the Southern Sun O.R. Tambo International Airport is the perfect choice for travellers visiting Johannesburg for a quick stop.

By Eugene Yiga 3 days ago

Justin Bieber: listless pop prince rides a tide of teen hormones
Justin Bieber: listless pop prince rides a tide of teen hormones

“My girlfriend left me for Justin Bieber, can I get a hug?” reads the sign a gangly teen holds. Seems like this strat is working, he has already amassed a queue of young nubiles waiting to to get a cuddle and take a selfie with him.

By Ruth Cooper 18 May 2017

#OnTheBigScreen: Alien monsters, McDonald's and Tchaikovsky
#OnTheBigScreen: Alien monsters, McDonald's and Tchaikovsky

A hostile alien life-form on a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy forces the crew of a spaceship into a deadly fight for survival in Alien: Covenant; a struggling salesman from Illinois creates a multi-billion dollar empire, McDonald's in The Founder; a former child star must perform 200 hours of community service and takes the lead in a lavish religious production in the romantic comedy, The Resurrection Of Gavin Stone; the idyllic life of a lovable, placid beagle is turned upside down when his family leaves him at what seems to be the best canine spa in the animated comedy, Ozzy; a family road trip goes hilariously off course in Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul and opera lovers will indulge in the Met Opera's sumptuous staging of Tchaikovsky's romantic tragedy, Eugene Onegin.

By Daniel Dercksen 18 May 2017

Van Coke Kartel's last tour
Van Coke Kartel's last tour

After a brutal decade of rock ‘n roll, five full length albums, various drummer line-up changes, numerous prestigious awards, international tours to places like Taiwan and Europe, opening for monster international acts like Metallica, Van Coke Kartel has decided that it is time to call it quits.

17 May 2017

Parklife Gourmet Food and Music Festival returns to Marks Park
Parklife Gourmet Food and Music Festival returns to Marks Park

The 6th annual Parklife Gourmet Food and Music Festival will be held in Johannesburg on Saturday, 10 June in Marks Park in Emmarentia. The live entertainment for this year's festival welcomes internationals, Matt Simons (USA), De Hofnar (Netherlands), Gavin James (Ireland), and Melvv (USA) and a stellar line-up with Jeremy Loops, Matthew Mole, GoodLuck, Sketchy Bongo, Euphonik, Tresor, Kyle Deutsch, Rubber Duc, Dominic Neil, Ben Dey & The Concrete Lions, Easy Freak, Apple Gule and Alexandra May.

17 May 2017

Artscape Theatre plans exciting lineup for Youth Month
Artscape Theatre plans exciting lineup for Youth Month

Artscape Theatre is planning an exhilarating entertainment lineup for Youth Month, making it the biggest in the theatre complex's history.

17 May 2017

Good Food & Wine Show 2017 headline chefs: Marco Pierre White, Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen and Joao Da Fonseca aka J'Something.
Ready, set, go with the 2017 Good Food & Wine Show!

Calling all foodies! Fiera Milano Exhibitions Africa held the media launch for the Good Food & Wine Show (GFWS) 2017 at the Pavillion of the Table Bay Hotel last week, and it was a treat for the senses.

By Leigh Andrews 16 May 2017

Wild and romantic Samara
Wild and romantic Samara

Breathtakingly dramatic, wild and untamed and impossibly romantic Samara Luxury Private Game Lodge is an ideal spot for uncluttered and secluded wild life spotting and leisurely unwinding.

By Ruth Cooper 16 May 2017

The Spice Route's first Brrrrew Event
The Spice Route's first Brrrrew Event

Beautiful Paarl Winelands Destination, the Spice Route will warm up winter appetites with its debut Brrrrew Event offering a 'delicious' line-up of gourmet burgers, craft beer and live entertainment on Friday 26 May.

16 May 2017

Fashionably conscious: Made in South Africa, it's not just a movement
Fashionably conscious: Made in South Africa, it's not just a movement

A new generation of manufacturing is making local quality clothing. But can their success lead to a revival of ‘Made in South Africa'?

By Cyril Naicker 15 May 2017

#MusicExchange: Mo-T
#MusicExchange: Mo-T

We caught up with Moshe Kgasoane, better known as Mo-T, the trumpeter from ever-popular band, Mi Casa to get to know the man behind the music.

By Ruth Cooper 15 May 2017

Rock in my Taal to rock Carnival City
Rock in my Taal to rock Carnival City

In April 2015, Francois van Coke kicked off his solo career with a bang with the launch of his self-titled debut solo album. What followed can only be described as a year of unbounded success with numerous number ones, sold out shows, awards and shattered records left in its wake. Van Coke's second solo album titled, 'Hierdie is die lewe' was released two months ago and again he is making waves with the success.

15 May 2017