Posts – Food & Wine

Winter or summer, all roads lead to the Drakensberg Sun Resort

  • 08 December 2014 by Christine Marot

What better place to enjoy a holiday in South Africa’s mountain playground of the Drakensberg than at KwaZulu-Natal’s Drakensberg Sun Resort, where spectacular views over the hotel gardens end in a mountain backdrop.

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BudgetTraveller: Johannesburg in pictures and songs

  • 07 December 2014 by Kash Bhattacharya, BudgetTraveller

Travel blogger Kash Bhattacharya of BudgetTraveller visited Johannesburg during his #MeetSouthAfrica trip. These are his thoughts ...

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South African festivals – something for everyone

  • 03 December 2014 by Carina van Wyk

One should always have something to look forward to, and what could be better than having a few fun festivals lined up on the calendar? We take a look at some of South Africa’s more interesting festivals.

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Give a little Terroir this festive season

Chef Michael Broughton’s latest venture, Terroir – The Cookbook, is the ultimate stocking-filler for foodies who adore the finer things in life

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Do your soul a flavour and visit Creation Wines near Hermanus

  • 01 December 2014 by Desiree Haakonsen (words and pictures)

When you visit Creation Wines and chat with owners Jean-Claude and Carolyn Martin – who are almost always on the floor looking after their guests – you’ll find that their secret ingredients are not only heavenly, but down to earth too: true love and hard work.

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Eat Out Awards: South Africa’s top 10 restaurants for 2014

  • 27 November 2014 by Lynnette Johns

Stellenbosch has bagged four spots in the top 10 of the 2014 Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Awards.

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​30 fun things to do in Johannesburg under R200

  • 24 November 2014 by Russel Jarvis

Find out what to do in Johannesburg with a list of fun activities that won’t cost you the Earth.

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Durban's I ❤ Market perfect for a family outing

  • 22 November 2014 by Christine Marot (words and images)

Durban’s I ❤ Market is a chilled venue where kiddies can ride their bikes and play ball on the lawns, while parents relax at tables under shady trees or on the grass in the sun.

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Brunch your way through a Cape Town weekend

  • 21 November 2014 by Lynnette Johns

Brunch can easily stretch into a long lunch in Cape Town. Where to eat brunch depends on a number of things, including what you are in the mood to eat and how far you are willing to travel. Here are some options ...

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#TravelChatSA – all about Robertson

  • 13 November 2014 by Lynnette Johns

This week #TravelChatSA turned its focus to Robertson, a small town in the Western Cape and the western gateway to Route 62, said to be one of the longest wine routes in the world.

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