Posts – Food & Wine

Truth Coffee – steampunk in the Mother City

Truth Coffee in Cape Town has been called ‘the best coffee shop in the world’. Here’s why ...

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A spot of Reuben for Christmas?

Chef Reuben Riffel’s new book, Braai – Reuben on Fire, makes an ideal South African Christmas gift.

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Unusual adventures in small-town South Africa

Jacques Marais’ latest book reveals lots of weird and wonderful adventures in South Africa’s small dorps (towns).

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The Hazel Food Market

The Hazel Food Market in Pretoria offers a great Saturday morning outing. Or how about a visit to its night markets for a fun night out?

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Get your coffee and cake fix in Cape Town

Cape Town and the Cape Winelands do coffee and cake exceptionally well. Here’s a list of favourite hangouts to look out for when next visiting the Western Cape.

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Wine tasting in the Western Cape’s Hemel-en-Aarde region

There’s more to Hermanus than whale watching. Go inland from the coast to the lovely Hemel-en-Aarde (Heaven and Earth) region and taste some fine wines at Creation.

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Mashishing's red bus

Driving through Mashishing in Mpumalanga, I couldn’t ignore the red double-decker bus parked in a pretty garden on Kerk Street. As I discovered, nor could Rolene Joubert and Marie Jankowitz, who found the bus in Jet Park in Johannesburg and had it towed all the way home.

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Celebrating all things home in Kramerville

The Kramerville design district in Jozi is the place to buy decor and design items for the home.

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A fine appreciation for food at De Hoek Country Hotel

Michael Holenstein talks about the food philosophy at De Hoek Country Hotel in Magaliesberg.

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#MeetSouthAfrica: Vusi Kunene

In conversation with Vusi Kunene, restaurateur and sushi chef.

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