Hunt For Escaped Crocodiles Continues In The Cape Winelands

More than six weeks after an unknown number of crocodiles escaped from a commercial farm in the Breede River, the search to recapture all of them continues. We visited the tourist valley, which is hoping for an uptick in visitors after taking a severe beating during the extended pandemic lockdown.

 

Less Is More: From Truth And Coffee To The Art Of Chocolate

David Donde applies his experience in the coffee trade to create a new type of chocolate.

 
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Business Maverick: Women’s Day: Female Powerhouses Shake Up The Finance And Wine Industries

Financial services and wine could not be two more different industries, but both are reaping the benefits of female leadership in the form of Christelle Colman and Denise Stubbs.

 

Bakers And Shakers: Meet The Makers Of Makers Landing

Bakers are baking and makers are making at Makers Landing at the V&A Waterfront. Forming part of the cruise terminal at the harbour, it has created a space to celebrate South African food under on

 

The Bains Story: Smooth And Spicy Grain Whisky’s 10-year Distillation

Say cheers to the story behind the Cape?s own brand of whisky.

 

Matters Of Obsession: The Magic Bird, A Noble Ostrich Of The Karoo

The Karoo ostrich might have had its updrafts and hard landings, but its legends still fly high.

 

Peter Tempelhoff: Buitenverwachting’s New ‘beyond’ Defines Its Name

Peter Tempelhoff is rounding off a turbulent year in the restaurant business with a new partnership with Buitenverwachting in Constantia, where he has opened beyond, which references the translation o

 

Sponsored Content: Creating An Exceptional Home Bar

As we head into the festive season and the long-awaited summer, some routines formed during lockdown are likely to continue. One such pastime is the enjoyment of what has been coined the ?Home Happy H

 
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All Change: The Great Winelands Chefs Shakeup

Restaurants come and restaurants go and Cape Town is notorious for that. But 2020 has been the most fluid year in memory, not only for opening and closing but for dramatic changes. Top chefs at top wi

 

Good Oaks: Chefs Shake Things Up In The Franschhoek Food Valley

It?s called ?ku, Japanese for ?oak?, and it brings a touch of Japan to the village?s main drag. But there?s way more going on than that.

 
 
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