Ab Inbev Flatters Sa Beer Drinkers

AB InBev has shed some market share on South African soil, with Heineken the biggest winner


Land Grab Leader Gunned Down Two Months After Murder Of Stellenbosch Farmer

One of the leaders of a land grab in Stellenbosch which made global headlines was killed on Thursday.


A Cop And A Pilot Walk Into A Bar … And Walk Out Sober After A Few Ciders

Should drinks with less than 0.5% alcohol content be considered ?non-alcoholic?? This came under the spotlight at the Advertising Regulatory Board (ARB) after two individuals lodged complaints about a



Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates clash in a friendly match in Botswana on Saturday. Do you care?


World’s 50 Best Vineyards: Which Sa Wine Estates Made The Prestigious List?

A trio of local wine estates have been voted among the "50 most amazing places to taste wine and learn about winemaking". That's according to the World's Best Vineyards, a new ranking from the organis


Vote For Your Favourite Beer And You Could Win A Year’s Supply …

The Sunday Times Lifestyle Beer Awards in partnership with Makro celebrate local and international crafted beer


Dine On Re-imagined Heritage Dishes At The Restaurant At Grande Provence

The new tasting menu of this Franschhoek wine estate eatery elevates SA staples like marog, rooibos and chakalaka to gourmet heights


Technology To Take Center Stage In Chiefs Vs Pirates Pre-season Match

This year?s Carling Black Label Cup will introduce even more innovations as fans have been given an opportunity to interact more in the game through technology.


Get Your (upmarket) Kicks On Route 62 In The Cape

Classic cars, gourmet food, spas ... if you want to road trip the Cape Winelands in style, plot your journey with Cape Country Routes, writes Jennifer Platt


It’s Risky To Make Vino With Wild Yeast, But Sa Winemakers Reckon It?s Worth It

Fermentation is the foundation of winemaking. While commercially produced yeasts are stable and predictable, wild yeasts are quite the opposite

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