Doors Open: We Can Return To Restaurants – But Do We Want To?

It?s been the most exciting week since, oh, about mid-March, as many businesses got the go-ahead to reopen under the easing of Level 3 lockdown restrictions ? but restaurants face deal-breaking challe

 

Book Review: ‘unfair Game’ Reveals The Cruel Reality Of Canned Lions

Almost without exception, every single captive-bred lion in South Africa faces a miserable fate ? petted and played with as a cub, then becoming the target in a canned hunt or ending up being slaughte

 
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Smooth Operators: Soup-er Chefs Step Up To The Plate

With winter about to set in for real and Covid-19 infections anticipated to rise dramatically during the next month or two, plummeting temperatures, unemployment, poverty and hunger are with us to sta

 

Eat In: Door-to-door Fine Dining

Restaurants are rejoicing that they are able to do home deliveries under lockdown Level 4 rules, and you can get more than a burger or pizza brought to your door, from gourmet pantry essentials to mul

 

Farm To Table: Liquor Licence: Brandewyn Vir Die Pyn, Met Eish Ja (or Apricots)

South Africans are unlikely to go thirsty as they turn to Google for ?how to make your own alcohol? and retailers promote pineapple/yeast/sugar specials. If you?ve got some brandy in the cupboard why

 

Wine Online: Bring Your Own Bottle For A Fine Tasting Tutorial

Online classes, tutorials, virtual tastings, and discounted prices all point to this being the perfect time to stock up and learn more about wine.

 

SA Wine Producers Lose R200m A Week From Export Ban

Industry bodies and producers ask the government to throw a crucial agricultural export sector a lockdown lifeline.

 

Business Maverick: Sa Wine Producers Lose R200m A Week From Export Ban

Industry bodies and producers ask the government to throw a crucial agricultural export sector a lockdown lifeline.

 

Moments In Time: Paddling The Kowie River

The Kowie River at Port Alfred has a mouth full of many smart houses, wrecked ships and some wistful dreams. But, as Don Pinnock discovered, there are older and wilder things up around the bend.

 

Cape Chefs Don Their Whites To Feed The Hungry During Lockdown

A Cape Town catering kitchen is creating smiles. Thanks to an energetic chef with a big heart, industry volunteers are making soup to feed the hungry masses.

 
 
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