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There’s a lot of nasty, virulent bugs going around this year. Colds and flus are putting people out of commission for weeks on end.


Coffee lovers have another reason to help conserve the environment. Experts predict that the climate change will also affect coffee production and in turn, will result to lower yield and even scarcity in supply of coffee beans.


Cafeteria chains are offering more seasonal drinks such as hot chocolate Black Forest, Spiced Chai Latte or Cappuccinos gingerbread and, judging by the queues at Costa and Starbucks, which are very popular.


Just as your horoscope says a lot about you (if you’re into that, of course), so does your go-to vino.


Recently awarded as the winner in the Drinks International Wine Tourism Awards for the category Best Food and Wine Matching Experience for the third time, the exceptional food and wine experience presented from La Motte Wine Estate in the Franschhoek Valley needs little introduction.


Franschhoek Wine Valley Vignerons DGB, Grande Provence and La Motte excelled at this year’s Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, each earning a Gold medal for their relevant wines entered.


A craft distillery in Durban aims to capture the distinctive taste of South Africa's surf city by infusing vodka, rum and gin with uniquely African botanicals of Baobab and Rooibos.


Earlier this year, writer-editor Erica Platter ? the editor, most recently, of My Kind of Wine by John Platter ? traveled around Cape Town and vicinity to report on the fascinating fact that a group o