KwaNzimakwe Multi-Trail Park KZN, a treat for nature lovers
by Editor on 23 October 2019
The long-awaited KwaNzimakwe Multi-Trail Park will be launched on Sunday, 3 November, giving nature-lovers and outdoor enthusiasts the chance to experience this unique Ugu South Coast Tourism (USCT) route development project. Commenting on the initiative, CEO of USCT, Phelisa Mangcu, said: “Through the KwaNzimakwe Multi-Trail Park we are looking to create exposure of the area as a tourist attraction and increas...
Dr Victor and the Rasta rebels liv.
by Editor on 01 October 2019
Let's kick off a new month with Dr Victor and the Rasta rebels live at The View in Kibler Park on Friday the 4th October. Joined by Bilo and Dafunc who will keep you dancing all night long. Tickets are R180 per person, food and drinks will be availableTime :19:00 pm Venue : 9011 Wisani road , Kibler ParkContact : 082 567 6969
Funky fashion with Africa Made Only
by Editor on 30 September 2019
Funky, locally produced fashion is what Africa Made Only is all about and now you can get yours at Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay! The inspiration for their designs comes from locally sourced fabrics such as shweshwe and wax prints. This summer African Made Only have launched shweshwe accented t-shirts made from left over fabric as part of their zero-waste program, and they will soon be offering beach shorts that...
How authentic does the future look for todays generation?
by Editor on 05 September 2019
The inaugural Illumi.Nation event proved that there is a real need for young people to participate in dialogues that affect their lives. On Thursday the 29th of August the long awaited Illumi.Nation event series powered by Strawberry Lips kicked off to a full house as attendees sat down and engaged in a two-hour open dialogue about being true, living authentically and empowering women (and men) to break down the b...
5 tips from Renishaw Hills to ensure your financial security in retirement
by Editor on 04 September 2019
You should be planning for your retirement from the first pay cheque, but too often financial planning is put off until much later in life, leaving retirees with insufficient funds to fully enjoy their leisure years. Phil Barker, managing director of Renishaw Property Developments, said there are ways to ensure retirement is not marred by financial concerns – and it’s never too early to start. “South Africa...
Project Dignity celebrates Women’s Wellness Day @ Sage
by Editor on 05 August 2019
Joining a panel of empowering female speakers, Sue Barnes, founder of Subz Pants and Pads – and its NPO, Project Dignity – will address the educational challenges faced by thousands of schoolgirls daily, because of a lack of access to sanitary wear. This will form part of the inaugural Women’s Wellness Day @ Sage on Women’s Day, 9 August in Salt Rock. “Sage Centre has a predominately female demographic ...
New Zambezi River Property for Isibindi Africa Lodges
by Editor on 02 August 2019
The mighty Zambezi river has captured the hearts and minds of explorers for centuries. Now modern-day explorers can experience the area’s many wonders from the shores of an exclusive island safari getaway. Tsowa Safari Island, located in the Zambezi National Park, is Isibindi Africa Lodges’ (Isibindi Africa) newest property and offers guests the chance to truly appreciate one of the world’s last great wildernes...
Diarise the dates for Decorex Joburg 2019!
by Editor on 26 July 2019
The flagship Decorex exhibition, synonymous with sophisticated décor and design, is bringing the finest localised products, interior stylists and creative inspiration to the Gallagher Convention Centre from 7 to 11 August. This year’s Decorex Joburg, centred on the show’s 2019 theme, 'Designing for Africa – feels like home’, will highlight the increasing inter-continental reach of Africa’s design influence...
Number one selling CBD brand hits Hout Bay
by Editor on 19 July 2019
One of South Africa’s leading CBD brands is making its mark in the Mother City. Well, you don’t have to look far anymore for your hemp products as Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay welcome a new trader, WHOOMPH. In many circles hemp has been proclaimed a medical and sustainable miracle – from hemp products to medicinal cannabinoid oils – and since the use and growth of hemp for personal use within the privac...
Results show that Subz reusable sanitary wear encourages school attendance
by Editor on 12 July 2019
In 2010, KwaZulu-Natal resident, Sue Barnes, established the country’s first reusable sanitary pad and panty (Subz Pants and Pads) as a way to address the national crisis – girls missing school because of the cost of sanitary wear. Nine years later, studies show that Project Dignity - the non-profit extension disseminating sponsored Subz packs to disadvantaged schoolgirls – is having a positive impact on school...
Winter Inspires Cape Creatives
by Editor on 09 July 2019
Recently launched state-of-the-art multi-functional studio in Cape Town, Infinity Studios, is set to become a hive of activity as it firmly sets its sights on becoming one of the city’s foremost creative hubs. Infinity Studios owner, James Pople, has spent the better part of his career in a variety of creative environment across the world – and is thrilled to be back in the Mother City in time for its winter s...
Entrepreneurs gather at Indaba in Cape Town
by Editor on 20 May 2019
Business owners and entrepreneurs will gather at the Entrepreneurs Indaba in Cape Town on Sat 25 May 2019 to grow their businesses and network with fellow entrepreneurs. The event takes on the format of a full-day conference with plenary sessions and networking breaks throughout the day. More than eight entrepreneurial experts and talented business minds will share their stories, growth strategies, tips, tools and...
Decorex Durban welcomes big crowds to African-inspired exhibition
by Editor on 27 March 2019
It was non-stop inspiration at this year’s Decorex Durban as 21 628 visitors streamed through the doors of the Durban Exhibition from 21 to 24 March, taking in 2019 trends showcased by Africa’s leading décor, design and lifestyle exhibition. “The ‘Designing for Africa - feels like home’ theme was so beautifully incorporated into every aspect of this year’s Decorex Durban and visitors – which increa...
Gratitude Jazz Sunday
by Editor on 14 March 2019
Celebrate your love for jazz by joining us for another Gratitude Jazz Sunday experience which promises to be quite a treat. Sunday, 31 March, 13:30 till 17:30 Flamigo shopping centre, Modderfontein Space is limited so book today by calling 010 786 1691
Decorex Durban promises a creative feast of flavour for discerning foodies
by Editor on 05 March 2019
To truly appreciate the latest décor trends and styles, visitors to Decorex Durban will be treated to a wide range of foodie features to ensure all senses are completely satisfied. Taking place at the Durban Exhibition Centre from 21 to 24 March, Decorex Durban has announced a mouth-watering line-up of food demonstrations, beautifully-curated dining stations and a number of taste-enhancing bars that have been wor...
Sponsored Business Seminar to Empower Phoenix Businesses
by Editor on 05 March 2019
ActionCoach, the world’s number 1 business coaching franchise will be hosting a sponsored Business Seminar on Tuesday 12 March at M&B Foods (Phoenix Industrial Park) to assist business owners in growing their business. There are no costs involved but seats are limited. “Whether you are an optometrist, dentist, engineer or own any type of business, this seminar will give you the tools and knowledge required to...
Cape Wine Auction raises nearly R15m
by Editor on 02 March 2019
Saturday, March 2: The 2019 Cape Wine Auction has raised R14 625 million and has now amassed nearly R88 million since the first auction was held in 2014. At a glamorous event held at Buitenverwachting in Constantia, it was announced that Raymond Ndlovu has been appointed chairperson to the Cape Wine Auction Trust, replacing Wendy Appelbaum who remains a trustee. Says Ndlovu: “I stand on the shoulders of a gia...
Dlamini-Zuma joins speaker panel at FORBES Woman Summit
by Editor on 19 February 2019
The esteemed speaker line-up for this year’s FORBES WOMAN AFRICA Leading Women Summit (#LWS2019KZN) will include former Chairperson of the African Union Commission and South Africa’s Minister in the Presidency responsible for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. She will form part of an extensive speaker panel, focusing on the summit’s 2019 theme, ‘New Wealth Creators’, taking place ...
Top-performing SAPS station ensures visitor safety at the 2019 South Coast Bike Fest™
by Editor on 19 February 2019
South Africa’s biggest biking festival, the South Coast Bike Fest™ (#SCBF19), will be returning to the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast shores from 26 to 28 April. The event - which is presented by Ugu South Coast Tourism with endorsement and support from Ray Nkonyeni Municipality; Ugu District, the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs; and Tourism KwaZulu-Natal - is hosted by Margate, h...
5 reasons Decorex Durban is a massive boost for trade
by Editor on 13 February 2019
Setting the benchmark in décor, design and lifestyle exhibitions, Decorex Durban – running at Durban Exhibition Centre from 21 to 24 March 2019 – will once again provide the trade industry with inspirational products and design offerings that speak to the local market - with a trade-focused day on Friday, 22 March 2019. “The exhibitors at Decorex Durban have really embraced this year’s theme, ‘Design...