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< Thursday 15 November 2018 >

Get festive with De Grendel’s Christmas Collections 2018

Still looking for the perfect end-of-year gift for clients, business partners or colleagues? Look no further than the De Grendel Christmas Collections.

 

Africa And Middle East Bars To Visit In 2019

If one were to imagine the most likely destination for a thriving bar and hospitality scene, the UAE might, to put it mildly, not come near the top of the list.

 

Cape Town Law Enforcement destroys over 16 000 bottles of confiscated booze to make way for festive season

The City of Cape Town has dumped more than 16 000 bottles of confiscated booze this morning to make space and prepare for the upcoming festive season. The disposal is part of the City’s operational readiness plan, which takes effect annually in late November.  

 

Delicious and Nutritious Sweet Potato Pancakes

These pancakes from bionic-bodies are made with no nasties and only use healthy ingredients! They’re super easy to whip up too, so your lazy Sunday can remain just that.

 

Five Stars for De Krans Cape Vintage Reserve 2016

De Krans Wine Cellar, situated in Calitzdorp along the Route 62, has received a five-star rating for its Cape Vintage Reserve 2016 in the latest edition of the authoritative and internationally recognized Platter’s by Diners Club South African Wine Guide 2019due for release this month. 

 

Cheers to Summer with Rosé

The appeal for rosé continues to climb as high as the African sun and when summer hits, the first thing we do is check how much of the glorious stuff is in the fridge. Blushing little bottles of joy, beading with excitement and begging to be consumed.

 

Magnum’s Pleasure Store Is Popping Up In Joburg

Ice cream brand Magnum is once again bringing its widely-popular Magnum Pleasure Store concept to SA shores with a pop-up shop in Sandton City from 16 November 2018 until January 2019...

 

Kap: Steinhoff?s Obstinate Stain

Once this share is out of the Markus Jooste shadow, it?s difficult not to imagine it enjoying a robust rerating

 

S.pellegrino Unveils 3 Limited Edition Bottles With Bespoke Labels

 

The Journey Of An Egg: From Freshly Laid To A Top Chef’s Muse

 

Where To Host The Perfect Year-end Function

 

Turkey Of The Week: Jagermeister’s Attempt Of Irreverent Fun Is So Near And Yet So Far

The spot is part-noughties Eurodance, part-Brothers Grimm and entirely baffling.

 

Nacho Average Mexican Fix

Know where to go the next time you're craving a crunchy, cheesy snack. Don't forget to wash them down with a margarita or two...

 

Changing The Narrative On Migration Through Film

AfriDocs: Migrant stories changing the narrative on migration...

 

Bree Street Cuban Rum Bar Offers Cocktails On Tap

 

Top Acts To Usher In Holiday Season At Festive Lights Switch-on

The theme for this year's festive lights switch-on is #BeInspiring - a well-timed call for Capetonians to stand up and help shape our common destiny...

 

First Taste: Where There’s Smoke, There’s Pj Vadas

 

She?s My Cherry Pie: Where To Pick Your Own Cherries In The Cape

Cherry picking season is here!

 

9 Summer Music Festivals You Shouldn’t Miss

Are you looking forward to a summer spent dancing under the sun, with the best beats while watching some of the best gigs in the country?

 

Miller ?holiday Lites? Display Returns To Brighten The Miller Valley This Holiday Season

The Holiday Lites show takes place each Friday and Saturday from the end of November though most of December.

 

9 South African Festivals To Catch This Summer

It's never too early to start thinking about your music festival pilgrimages...

 

It’ll Be Lonely This Christmas Without The Coca-cola Truck

Why is it always poor families who miss out on the fun, asks Guardian columnist Coco Khan

 

The Rise Of Low Alcohol By Volume Drinks

A good cocktail does not have to be overly boozy.

 

Discover Table Mountain’s Magnificent Floral Kingdom With A Bespoke Fynbos Tour

The Cape Grace Hotel Fynbos Tour offers in-house guests the unique opportunity to experience one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and its fascinating floral kingdom while sipping on a delight

 

Is Cassper Throwing Shade? ‘it’s Berries, They Know I Don’t Like Watermelon’

Oh, the drama. 

 

Brabys Teams Up With Prominent Kzn Bridal And Beauty Show

Dedicated to providing inspiration for soon-to-be brides, Brabys Future Bride magazine has partnered with Durban's leading events company, Conker Exhibitions, to bring a fresh take on weddings...

 

We Tried The New White Amarula Vanilla Flavour – And Two Things Surprised Us

The new Amarula flavour with vanilla and ginger is not necessarily an improvement on the original, and our test indicates that could be a good thing when it comes to sales.

 

This Tipsy Tart Recipe Will Add A Festive ‘kick’ To Your Family Dinner

We're heading towards the festive season and that means it's time to bring out the extravagant recipes. This Takeaway Wednesday we try Tipsy Tart.

 

Cape Wineland Vines Finally Recovering From Drought

The Cape Winelands is expected to fare much better in 2019 than it did in 2018, as grapevine crops are predicted to go back to flourishing at their normal levels after bountiful winter rains came to t

 

Descendant Of Glenfiddich Founder Visits N.b. For Spirits Festival

Kirsten Grant Meikle is William Grant's great-great-granddaughter. He founded the Glenfiddich distillery in Scotland and she's now a director in the company. She made her first trip to the Maritimes t