Alexandre Torrao, MD of MUCHOMOO Experiential Marketing & Events Agency, Johannesburg identifies key trends for 2017 in the live experience space.
Alexandre Torrao 18 Jan 2017
Brightening the florist space in Cape Town with a fresh perspective for sourcing flowers from local farms and delivering surprise bunches according to what's in season are Debra Bouwer and Shari Akal of Bouwer Flowers...
Jessica Tennant 24 Nov 2016
"There's just something so special about print. In today's fast-paced lifestyle the idea of carving time out of your day to sit down and enjoy a magazine is something we, and others like us, crave." - Words by Conteu Magazine's Chloé Kemp and Megan Rich, who are in the conceptual stage of a special print edition...
Jessica Tennant 17 Oct 2016
Since its inception in 2006, Rocking the Daisies has always striven to promote green principles and practices and over the years has further entrenched and expanded on these views and initiatives.
Ruth Cooper 6 Oct 2016
MasterChef Australia co-judge, chef and restaurateur George Calombaris is back in South Africa for the Johannesburg Good Food & Wine Show...
Jessica Tennant 28 Jul 2016
The DStv Delicious Festival launched at an event at Multichoice City in Randburg on Wednesday with the announcement that it is bringing out the Jacksons to perform at the festival.
Danette Breitenbach 1 Jul 2016
Johannesburg's Work Shop New Town, an innovative new retail concept, houses over 100 fashion, design and lifestyle brands in the 1911 potato sheds at Newtown Junction.
Jessica Tennant 25 Feb 2016
Kings, queens, skippers, seamen and even pirates are welcome to plunder this year's Mother City Queer Project (MCQP), which celebrates its 21st edition with a Royal Navy theme, the costume party will take place on Saturday, 20 December, 2014, at the Cape Town City Hall and Grand Parade.
Daniel Dercksen 15 Dec 2014
How better to celebrate 20 years of building a legendary brand in South Africa than transforming an old Cape Town factory/warehouse into a San Francisco streetscape, taking guests way-back-when to the very beginning of the Levi's brand in 1853?
Ilse van den Berg 25 Nov 2014
As tempting as sleeping in on a rainy Saturday morning may be, don't let this Mother City and her weather moods make you miss out on a weekend at Bay Harbour Market which, I believe, is one of the best markets Cape Town has to offer.
Ilse van den Berg 19 Jun 2014
The annual office year-end party is usually where some of the craziest communication of the year takes place. Colleagues are usually beyond drained and exhausted at this time of the year and yet over-jubilant and excited at the same time.
John French 4 Dec 2013
After three months as a pole dancing student, you'll know enough to be able to perform a few basic moves competently in front of an audience. If you want to make it on the world pole sport stage, it'll take years of training, practice, discipline and commitment to be a worthy competitor.
Debbie Hathway 14 Jun 2013
Waiting sucks, but waiting in queues tends to suck even more. In fact, queues apparently suck so much that actual scientific studies have been done to determine just how badly it sucks, exactly why it sucks and which variables have an impact of the level of suckishness experienced in any given queue. I kid you not, check it out here.
Anna-Bet Stemmet 18 Jan 2012