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The tech community needs physical places to meet, program, pitch, make deals and brainstorm.


Most restaurant owners are eager to get back in the business after mandatory shut-downs due to the COVID-19 crisis, which left owners with no way of making money and employees out of work. As restrictions begin to lift and dining out is slowly coming back, the main concern now for many restaurant owners is to ensure that their eatery is a safe place for diners to be, to encourage them to visit and order food and drinks. Here are some things that you can do to build that trust with your customers and ensure that their health and safety is your top priority. 

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‘Purity of fruit and attention to detail ensures a bright future for Pinot Noir’. This year’s Pinot Noir Report convened by Winemag.co.za and sponsored by multinational financial services company Prescient is now out. There were 30 entries from 24 producers and 17 rated 90-plus on the 100-point quality scale.


A break in the supply chain forced me to confront how much pop I drink — and how much I refuse to feel bad about it.

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Diemersdal Estate, the well-known Sauvignon Blanc producer in Durbanville that has been in the Louw family for six generations, has just released the 2020 vintage of its Eight Rows Sauvignon Blanc, one of South Africa’s best-known and most awarded wines made from this variety. According to Thys Louw, winemaker-owner of Diemersdal, this Eight Rows 2020 reflects a classy vintage for white wine, characterised by even-ripening and mild temperatures during the harvest season.


This Heritage Month, an emotive video, which likens our humble, yet hardy Rooibos bush to the strength and resilience that lies within each and every South African, serves as a reminder of how brave and powerful we can be as a collective force during the pandemic.

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Learn exactly how to make Italy's most vibrant and irresistible cocktail, including what foods to pair it with and creatives alternatives on the classic recipe.


Picking fruit and flowers offers a welcome respite from city life. We've rounded up the best farms where you can pick your own fruits and flowers.


AB InBev has begun a search for a chief executive to succeed longtime CEO Carlos Brito, who is expected to move next year to a role on the beer giant?s board.


The major shareholder of the largest brewer in Nigeria, Heineken Brouwerijen B.V, has increased its stake in Nigerian Breweries. Companies



Our list of locally-distilled South African vodkas and gins that you should try right now.


Absolut will start trialling a paper bottle prototype in the UK and Sweden: aiming to ?turn the spirits industry upside down with packaging that invokes real and long-lasting behavioral change?.


This season, find love at first gulp by trying Starbucks Indonesia?s new seasonal offering, introducing Starbucks? beloved classic, the Pumpkin Spice, the chain?s signature autumn drink, which coffee


On Tuesday 8 September, the International Spirits Challenge (ISC) announced that Tullamore DEW won five gold medals and one silver medal from the world-renowned industry body of experts.



MACmobile has added an offline capability to FIELDForce, which enables SZL to utilise the solution without network connectivity.



Spirits producer Diageo has launched a new website for its flagship Johnnie Walker visitor centre in Edinburgh, which is due to open next summer



A nice juicy steak might be the perfect thing, but what options are there in the vegetarian zone?


The latte usually marks the beginning of autumn in the northern hemisphere and spring in the southern hemisphere.




The Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay, Cape Town has reopened with its focus on all things local, including a lineup of South African talent on the Fever-Tree Sound Stage...