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A touch of the Orient
A touch of the Orient

Build it and they will come may be talking about another Field of Dreams but it perfectly describes the mirage that becomes the oasis that rises up from the dusty red land of Elandsfontein.

By Brian Berkman 2 Sep 2014 05:13

Grand Parade's earnings drop 26%
Grand Parade's earnings drop 26%

Western Cape-based company Grand Parade Investments' adjusted headline earnings per share (HEPS) were down 26% from 30.46c last year to 22.50c this year, the company revealed.

29 Aug 2014 09:32

Road tripper's guide to farm stalls
Road tripper's guide to farm stalls

There are hundreds of farm stalls all over the country, some loved and easy to find and other gems lesser known. Well, here's a guide to help you find them.

By Henrie Geyser: motoring editor 29 Aug 2014 07:52

Home sweet Hemelhuijs
Home sweet Hemelhuijs

Ever since it opened back in October 2010, Hemelhuijs has been a restaurant of many faces. Now, as the seasons change, artist and chef Jacques Erasmus has transformed the Cape Town eatery (a finalist for Eat Out's Boschendal Style Award) once again.

By Eugene Yiga 28 Aug 2014 12:42

Durbanville Hills' tasting delights
Durbanville Hills' tasting delights

Passports and padkos ready, off we went to the land beyond the Boerewors Curtain... Just kidding, Durbanville isn't really that far, plus, I'm not one of those Capetonians... You know, those who think everything further than 15 minutes' drive is 'too far'.

By Ilse van den Berg 28 Aug 2014 09:45

[10 Things I Love About...] Emperors Palace
[10 Things I Love About...] Emperors Palace

Contributing Editor, Travel, Brian Berkman, asked Nigel Atherton, Complex General Manager at Emperors Palace, about why he loves his work at the Place of Dreams.

By Brian Berkman 27 Aug 2014 08:51

Get ready for Bombay Brasserie's Chilli Festival
Get ready for Bombay Brasserie's Chilli Festival

After one of the coldest Western Cape winters on record, Taj Cape Town is heating up Spring and bringing back warmth to the inner city with the first ever Bombay Brassie Chilli Festival, taking place in September.

26 Aug 2014 13:39

Ummi Properties loses case against Brazilia Fusion
Ummi Properties loses case against Brazilia Fusion

The Port Elizabeth High Court has dismissed an application brought by Irish businessman Ken Denton's Ummi Properties for summary judgment against Brazilia Fusion Restaurant to evict it because its rental was not paid.

26 Aug 2014 11:37

Hyatt Regency Johannesburg flies in the authentic taste of Thailand
Hyatt Regency Johannesburg flies in the authentic taste of Thailand

Rosebank's Hyatt Regency was refurbished last year at a cost of R80m, and now claims to be one of the country's leading hotels with its flagship restaurant, onenineone.

25 Aug 2014 07:23

Film industry set to increase SA tourism
Film industry set to increase SA tourism

South Africa's varied landscapes, climate and variety of locations, which are able to pass for major cities or rural areas, has made the country an ideal destination for commercial film and TV productions...

19 Aug 2014 14:26

Food and beverage income climbs
Food and beverage income climbs

Total income from the food and beverages sectors in South Africa increased in nominal terms (current prices) by 4.2% year-on-year (y/y) in June‚ according to data from Statistics South Africa.

19 Aug 2014 11:42

City Lodge to expand in East Africa
City Lodge to expand in East Africa

City Lodge Hotels has set aside R475m to build two new hotels in East Africa, and is looking for other opportunities to add hotels in capital cities across East and Southern Africa, the company said.

19 Aug 2014 10:38

Sun International sells some African assets
Sun International sells some African assets

Sun International says it will sell a portion of its interests in its African assets to a foreign subsidiary of Thailand-listed Minor International Public Co (Mint) for R664m.

19 Aug 2014 10:22

The Blue Train... a trip down luxury lane
The Blue Train... a trip down luxury lane

Table Mountain, Karoo windmills, diamonds from Kimberly and wave-pounded shores of Cape Town are some of the themes of artwork on The Blue Train - the self-anointed window to the soul of South Africa.

By Brian Berkman 18 Aug 2014 12:02

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