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A look at four health and fitness business trends that are thriving

The health and fitness industry is rife with fads. Today's hottest product could easily be obsolete by next week and nobody would be surprised. That's just the way things work in the business arena...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 2 days ago

La Petite Ferme's new chef impresses
La Petite Ferme's new chef impresses

With the recent appointment of executive chef Sidwell Yarrow, La Petite Ferme is raising its head above the culinary parapets of Franschhoek, long feted as SA's gourmet capital.

By Brian Berkman 2 days ago

#OnTheBigScreen: Hitmen, Head hunters and Angels in America
#OnTheBigScreen: Hitmen, Head hunters and Angels in America

Finders Keepers, Annabelle: Creation, The Hitman's Bodyguard, Detroit, A Family Man and Angels in America open at local cinemas this weekend.

By Daniel Dercksen 3 days ago

Eight noteworthy stops along Route 62
Eight noteworthy stops along Route 62

A road trip along South Africa's picturesque Route 62, which meanders from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth, is a travel adventure that uniquely captures the welcoming, quaint and quirky sides of the Western and Eastern Cape.

By Ruth Cooper 3 days ago

Sweet treats and creative eats - Tessa's Bakery opens in Cape Town
Sweet treats and creative eats - Tessa's Bakery opens in Cape Town

On an ordinary Tuesday afternoon, the very extraordinary Tessa's Bakery opened the doors of its brand new store. The ‘Made like Mom's' bakery chose a unique location in Milnerton, Cape Town, opting to stay near to the loyal client base they've built up...

By Angie White 3 days ago

#WomensMonth: #MBFWJ17 profile on Leigh Shubert
#WomensMonth: #MBFWJ17 profile on Leigh Shubert

Local fashion designer Leigh Shubert will be showcasing her latest Spring/Summer collection at the upcoming Mercedes-Benz Joburg Fashion Week. We got in touch with her to find out more.

By Ruth Cooper 16 Aug 2017

In good company with Franschhoek's Grand Provence
In good company with Franschhoek's Grand Provence

Stay in understated luxury at one of Franschhoek's most historic wine estates, Grande Provence, at local-is-lekker off-season rates that are hard to beat for value for money.

By Brian Berkman 15 Aug 2017

#WomensMonth: Four decades of formidable fashion with Marianne Fassler
#WomensMonth: Four decades of formidable fashion with Marianne Fassler

With a career spanning 40 years, Marianne Fassler remains a formidable force in SA fashion...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 14 Aug 2017

Baby Driver turns heads
Baby Driver turns heads

Edgar Wright's Baby Driver is a showy and sharply executed film that'll be enjoyable for most. If you're a fan of explosive getaway car chases, the first five minutes of Baby Driver is, arguably, as good as anything you've seen.

By Natalie Le Clue 14 Aug 2017

#OnTheBigScreen: Women in Love, Obsession, Revenge and Kidnapping
#OnTheBigScreen: Women in Love, Obsession, Revenge and Kidnapping

Below Her Mouth, The Lost City Of Z, My Cousin Rachel, Son Of Bigfoot and Snatched open at local cinemas this weekend.

By Daniel Dercksen 10 Aug 2017

#WomensMonth: Ruff Tung launches inclusive collection
#WomensMonth: Ruff Tung launches inclusive collection

Local fashion label Ruff Tung will be launching their new inclusive collection at the upcoming Mercedes-Benz Joburg Fashion Week. The collection aims to create quality garments for women of all sizes.

By Ruth Cooper 8 Aug 2017

Three amazing lion pride camps in South Africa
Three amazing lion pride camps in South Africa

You don't need a month's long training about how to survive in the wild in order to watch lions in their natural habitat, because there are amazing camps close to lion prides in South Africa. Let's look at some of the camps that offer this unparalleled experience.

By Zintle Tsholoba 8 Aug 2017

Protea Hotel by Marriott is epicentre of Umhlanga food scene
Protea Hotel by Marriott is epicentre of Umhlanga food scene

Durban has always boasted a wide selection of accommodation options along its seaside, but the Protea Hotel by Marriot in Umhlanga is fast becoming the epicentre of the food and drink scene.

By Brian Berkman 7 Aug 2017

#StartupStory: Howler
#StartupStory: Howler

Howler is the consolidation of three events and entertainment platforms that event organisers can use to optimise the planning, promotion, and management of their events...

By Ilse van den Berg 4 Aug 2017

#OnTheBigScreen: Krotoa, Baby Driver and Japanese Art
#OnTheBigScreen: Krotoa, Baby Driver and Japanese Art

This week you can set your imagination free with new film releases; Krotoa; Baby Driver, Girls Trip; Brimstone and Hokusai: beyond the Great Wave.

By Daniel Dercksen 3 Aug 2017

Nolan's Striking Dunkirk
Nolan's Striking Dunkirk

Director Christopher Nolan has been a force to be reckoned with in the film making industry for some time now, with epics such as Interstellar, Inception, and The Dark Knight in his repertoire. However, nothing can quite prepare you for what he has achieved with Dunkirk.

By Natalie Le Clue 2 Aug 2017

Primi shakes up breakfast
Primi shakes up breakfast

Primi recently relaunched its breakfast menu, with a handful of new additions sure to please even the most jaded of foodies...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 28 Jul 2017

#CSIMonth: Samara Game Reserve celebrates 20 years of rehabilitation
#CSIMonth: Samara Game Reserve celebrates 20 years of rehabilitation

This coming November Samara Luxury Private Game Reserve in the Great Karoo celebrates its 20th anniversary. We got in touch owner Sarah Tompkins to get the behind the scenes info on this unique reserve as well as their conservation efforts and upcoming developments.

By Ruth Cooper 28 Jul 2017

#OnTheBigScreen: Van Der Merwe, Dunkirk, Nina Simone and Goya
#OnTheBigScreen: Van Der Merwe, Dunkirk, Nina Simone and Goya

This week real life is transformed into reel entertainment on the big screen with; Dunkirk, Van Der Merwe, Nina, Viceroy's House and Goya - Visions of Flesh and Blood.

By Daniel Dercksen 27 Jul 2017

Calling all EDM artists - Das Kapital wants you on his next album
Calling all EDM artists - Das Kapital wants you on his next album

DJ, producer and co-founder of Do Work Records, Das Kapital, is calling on music producers and artists across South Africa to submit tracks for possible inclusion in his upcoming album Das Kapital Presents Overtime Volume 2, due to be released in October 2017. We got in touch with him to find out more.

By Ruth Cooper 24 Jul 2017

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets misses the mark
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets misses the mark

For decades films based on comic book series have raked in the cash and generally entertained the masses. But every so often one misses the mark, and today Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, by Fifth Element director Luc Besson, well and truly lost the plot, pun intended.

By Natalie Le Clue 24 Jul 2017

Head to Boschendal for a perfect winter getaway
Head to Boschendal for a perfect winter getaway

Like many other millennials, I live in a small flat in the city where space comes at serious premiums and peace and quiet often needs to be found at yoga studios - because of this, I always jump at the chance to head out of town and play country-house-living.

By Ruth Cooper 21 Jul 2017

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#CSIMonth: 5 For Change black-tie gala raises over R240k

5 For Change's annual black-tie fundraiser raised more than R240k treating guests to a five-star experience while also raising awareness about five inspiring social enterprises which are changing the way Cape Town gives back...

By Juanita Pienaar 21 Jul 2017

Escape to Tintswalo Atlantic Hotel this Winter
Escape to Tintswalo Atlantic Hotel this Winter

It's hard to believe that it's been two years since Tintswalo Atlantic was almost destroyed in a Cape Town wildfire. If you visit the five-star boutique lodge today, you'll find a place that's risen from the ashes and resumed its position as one of the top spots for a luxury escape.

By Eugene Yiga 21 Jul 2017

#OnTheBigScreen: Intergalactic War, Captain Underpants and Princess Salome
#OnTheBigScreen: Intergalactic War, Captain Underpants and Princess Salome

Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets, Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, Things To Come and the National Theatre Live's production of Salome open at local cinemas this weekend.

By Daniel Dercksen 20 Jul 2017

Seven simple ways to build a summer body in winter
Seven simple ways to build a summer body in winter

Rome wasn't built in a day and neither are summer bodies . As we move into the second half of the year, perhaps now is the time to revisit those New Year health-and-fitness resolutions we made at the beginning of the year.

By Janine Fourie 19 Jul 2017

Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon is 'wine futures' worthy
Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon is 'wine futures' worthy

En primeur or 'wine futures', is a method of purchasing sought-after wines early while the wine is still in the barrel...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 19 Jul 2017

Newcomer Rare Grill in Kenilworth named best steakhouse in SA
Newcomer Rare Grill in Kenilworth named best steakhouse in SA

Newcomer of the Year in The Wolftrap Steakhouse Championships, Rare Grill in Kenilworth was also named the Steakhouse Champion for 2017...

By Jessica Tennant 18 Jul 2017

Vusa Zaya, Rémy Martin brand ambassador
Exploring Rémy Martin's Eau-de-Vie

Rémy Martin brand ambassador, Vusa Zaya gives us a taste of what it takes to be a brand ambassador in the world of Cognac and what promoting the brand entails...

By Juanita Pienaar 18 Jul 2017

#OnTheBigScreen: Ape battles, human nature and Japanese art
#OnTheBigScreen: Ape battles, human nature and Japanese art

War For the Planet of the Apes, The Circle, Wakefield; The Odyssey and Hokusai: beyond the Great Wave open at local cinemas this weekend.

By Daniel Dercksen 13 Jul 2017

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