SA literacy organisation teams up with Seattle Coffee Company to bring awareness and change


South African literacy organisation, help2read, and Seattle Coffee Company have released five limited edition coffee sleeves, each featuring the artwork of primary school learners enrolled in a reading programme from schools around the Western Cape and Gauteng.

 

Psychopaths like their coffee black and bitter, according to new study


Ah, coffee. The elixir of life. It has changed a lot in the last few years with all sorts of toppings and flavours added to it.

 
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Five Reasons To Invest In Noordhoek Property


Noordhoek is no longer considered to be on the outskirts of Cape Town, and yet it still holds a farmy-feel that is very appealing.

 

Sustainable Tourism Is On The Up, Travellers’ Appetite For It Set To Double This Year


Spier believes the secret to successful sustainable tourism lies in taking guests and staff with you on your sustainability journey.

 

Exploring The Curious Case Of Cabernet Sauvignon With One Of Sa’s Top Wine Brands


A deep red product thought to be the marriage of both white and red grape varietals... now that's something worth looking into, and so we did.

 

South African Brandies Make It Big In New York


Frank Sinatra sang that if you could ?make it? in New York, you?d succeed anywhere, and that?s clearly the case for three of Distell?s premium brandies which have won top honours at the New York Inter

 

Business Of Wine And Food Tourism Conference Set To Bring Global Bigwigs To Mzansi, Get In While You Can


It?s not often some of the world?s biggest names in food and wine tourism get together to share their expertise, and what better place to bring them all together than the Cape?s famous Spier wine farm

 

South African ?liquid Gold? Wins Platinum At World Wine Awards


Klein Constantia Estate made headlines at the recent Decanter World Wine Awards 2017 (DWWA).

 

So, Solms Delta Racially Profiled A Woman Over The Weekend And Hasn’t Apologised To Her


Oh dear.

 

Travel Back In Time And Into The Heart Of The Winelands On Cape Town’s Last Steam Train


The glory days of rail travel are quietly being kept alive by a non-profit company for tourists and locals alike. Throw a wine farm or two into the mix and you've got a grand day out.

 
 
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