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The Cape Cocktail

This classic from the pages for the Savoy Cocktail Book of 1930 is creaming to be allowed back on all cafe menus in and around the Cape. Simple, refreshing and slightly familiar, The Cape Cocktail is the perfect brunch companion 


Emmerdale’s Emma Atkins On Charley Webb And Matthew Wolfenden’s Shock Wedding

My last night out with the Emmerdale cast was supposed to be Charley Webb’s [Debbie] 30th birthday, but it turned out to be her secret wedding [to Matthew Wolfenden, aka David]. Nobody knew. It was


Pic Talk: Nescafe Girl’s Deep Cleavage Show

Here's the Nescafe girl Teena Singh offering a bold cleavage show through the spaghetti-like laced top as she sports a raunchy expression while the evening sunlight kisses her body.


Molly Ringwald Is Troubled By ?breakfast Club? Crotch Scene In #metoo Era

Decades after the fact, Molly Ringwald is addressing a 'glaring blind spot' in John Hughes' judgment.


Three Irish Liquors Make It To The World’s Top 100 Spirits List

Jameson Irish Whiskey claimed the 11th spot on Impact’s Top 100 Premium Spirits list.


Review: Pocket Sprite

Review: Pocket Sprite


What The Queen Actually Eats And Drinks Every Day

WITH her string of lavish castles and residences, you may imagine the Queen enjoys fine dining and butler-served platters on a daily basis. But bowls of Special K cereal, finger sandwiches and choc


Best Places To Have Breakfast For Under R40 In Cape Town

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and in Cape Town, this doesn't have to cost you ridiculous amounts of money.


Entertainment Calendar

Sunday, April 8TWISTED 27 MOTORCYCLE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY: Noon April 8, Twisted 27 Motorcycle, 930 Roberts Road, Haines City, free, 863-438-6383. Includes


Justin Timberlake Introduces “outside In” Augmented Reality Experience

The app takes fans on different journeys behind songs on the record.


Michael Fridjhon: Kanonkop Has Made A Virtue Out Of Flying Under The Radar

The wines are consistently good, slow-evolving (20 years at least for the cabernet-based bottlings) and truly age-worthy