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Cape Wine 2018 calls to address challenge of profitability with investment in training and people


Sustainability in both economic and human terms was outlined as the key challenge facing Cape winemakers at the opening conference of Cape Wine 2018.

 

Four Cocktail Recipes to Liven Up a Quiet Night In


There are times in life when we all end up feeling overly socialized. After a busy week of dinner parties, date nights and drinks down the pub, you start to crave some time on your own, to crack open a bottle of wine, binge-watch your favourite show on Netflix and be beholden to no one’s enjoyment but your own.  

 

Silver Creek Craft Distillery launches South Africa’s first Margarita Moonshine


If you enjoy a good Margarita, then this all-new Margarita Moonshine might just be your next favourite drink.

 

How to detox your liver after #CapeWine2018


It is all too easy to overindulge if you are working in the wine industry, especially if we look back at last week’s Cape Wine event.

 

Kunjani in Stellenbosch Launches New Spring Menu

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The latest addition to the Bottelary Hills sub route of Stellenbosch, Kunjani, has launched their new spring menu which will be available five days a week from September to November 2019. The new menu at Kunjani was curated under the watchful eye of Head Chef Lamek Mnisi, who has been at the helm of the Kunjani kitchen since it’s opening in November 2017.

 

Coca-cola Eyes Cannabis Market In Push Beyond Sluggish Sodas


The soft drinks maker is in talks with Canadian marijuana producer Aurora Cannabis to develop the drinks.

 

Price Of A Pint In Uk Set To Rocket After Summer Heatwave Scorches Crops


THE price of a pint of beer is set to rocket after the summer...

 

Campari Aims To Emulate Aperol’s Growth With First Major Ad Campaign


Campari is launching its first major marketing campaign in the UK as it looks to drive up sales by converting latent awareness into consideration.

 

The Don Pedro: Sa?s Contribution To Culinary History


 

Top Cocktail Spots In Joburg


Just in time for Summer, we have searched for the best cocktail spots in Joburg to keep you cool. They offer everything from the classics and the unusual to virgin variants and jam jars.  

 

Anheuser-busch Inbev Revamps Stella Artois Packs In Uk


Anheuser-Busch InBev has lined up new packaging for its Stella Artois brand in the UK market.

 

Coca-cola Eyes Joint Venture With Aurora Cannabis


As traditional business slows, Coke may be joining Corona, Diageo and Heineken which have jumped on the marijuana bandwagon, adding cannabis as a trendy new ingredient

 

Sprite’s Ads With Lebron James Beat ‘thirst’—and Declining Industry Trends


The Coca-Cola-owned brand has found bold new ways to feature James since his rookie days in 2003

 

Missibaba’s New Collection Is Wild In Whimsy


Handmade leather accessories maker Missibaba recently unveiled its Where the Wild Things Are collection. The brand showcased the new pieces along with the women who make them at its studio in Woodstoc

 

Mouth-watering Meat-free Recipe To Mark World Vegetarian Day With Chefs!


Plant-based dining is on the rise globally, and with so many sumptuous dishes on the meat-free menu, it’s no wonder! 1 October is World Vegetarian Day and what better way to celebrate than with a tr

 

Edgy Ct Cocktail Bar, Outrage Of Modesty Closes For Good In 2 Weeks!


But there's good news — something new awaits!

 

Snoop Dogg Is Releasing His First Cookbook


Snoop Dogg will be releasing his first-ever cookbook titled 'Crook to Cook' next month.

 

61 Short Films To Show At Ctifmf


The 2018 Cape Town International Film Market and Festival (CTIFMF) will screen 61 short films across 10 programmes at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town from 10-19 October 2018...

 

The Hennessy X.o 2018 Limited Edition By Marc Newson


SPONSORED CONTENT: Created by Maurice Hennessy in 1870 for his circle of friends, Hennessy X.O was the first Cognac classified as X.O, because of its extended aging process.

 

This Cape Town Eatery Only Serves Food Free From Artificial Colourants, Additives, & Preservatives


And it's totally affordable!

 

The Choice Is Simple At The Waiter-less Chefs Restaurant


There's been a lot of debate lately about whether or not the hospitality industry should ban tipping. One restaurant in Cape Town that's taken a stand is CHEFS, where there are no gratuities because t

 

Nespresso Master Origin: The World’s Finest Coffee


Nespresso Master Origin range unveils the world's greatest coffee craftsmanship from all corners of the globe, bringing you five mastered blends.

 

Fentimans Announces Sustainability Mission To Eliminate Use Of Non-recyclable Plastics


Soft drinks and mixers company Fentimans has its eye on the sustainability movement as it unveils plans to eliminate single-use and non-recyclable plastic

 

Spier 21 Gables Wins The Worlds Best Chenin Blanc


The Spier 21 Gables Chenin Blanc 2016 has received the prestigious International Wine and Spirit Competition’s 2018 Chenin Blanc Trophy.

 

Carling Black Label Rethinks Representations Of Masculinity


Carling Black Label has launched a new ad across all major television stations and social media platforms, asking, ?What does it mean to be a man?? The protagonist of the commercial, played by well?

 

Learn How To Braai Like An Expert With This Heritage Day Masterclass


 

There’s A Pop Up Rum Festival Coming To Dublin Later This Month


Fans of rum will be delighted to learn that a two-day pop up event is coming to Dublin later this month celebrating the delicious liquor.

 

Slovenia: The Inaugural Ljubljana Coffee Festival Is Coming Soon


The Ljubljana Coffee Festival takes place October 5th and 6th at the City Museum in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

 

Seven Seriously Easy Two-ingredient Cocktails


Not all mixed drinks require rolled sleeves. In partnership with Coca-Cola, bartend-er Julius Yates shares his top picks for the simplest drinks.

 

Corruption The Defining Trait Of Sa Politicians, From Oom Paul To Juju


Since the time of the Dutch colonists SA has witnessed dubious 'leaders' driven largely by personal gain.