If you’re still wondering how to get a date through Tinder, then you must be doing something wrong. Helpful tips found here.
Looking to buy your first home? If you fall into any of these warning signs you should consider waiting until you sort them out.
As South Africa’s electricity prices soar, it’s in everyone’s interest to be aware of just which appliances are sucking the life out of your household.
So you’ve set up shop, but you’re still lacking the sales and things are getting a bit worrisome. Maybe you should look at the smaller details, then.
You have signed up for the race that has taken Cape Town by storm, but now you want more . Fine, we’ll give you more then.
Hitting that 18-year-old benchmark is quite something – but do you have these skills to get by in life? Most adults don’t.
Capturing the essence of someone being naturally badass takes a little effort than directing a model on a photo shoot – so here are out tips.
Messy people dominate the world, but each one is untidy in their own way – are one of these types you?
If your iPhone doesn’t have the largest amount of storage space then try this quick and easy trick to give it a little spring clean.
Just in time for the long weekend, here’s why you should be drinking tequila instead of anything else.
If used right, Facebook is a wonderfully dangerous tool of misinformation and unforgiving racist statuses. It’s also kinda great for keeping in touch with friends and family.
Got a child that won’t stop crying? This pediatrician shows you just what to do in a quick step-by-step video.
Cape Town just launched a public transport app and it is a game changer – Check it out
Take to the skies this summer with uberCHOPPER. You absolutely will not regret showing off the Mother City to your friends this way.
Tomorrow is a public holiday, which means that you may well be treating tonight as a Friday. Which is to say, you might not be treating it very well. For goodness-sake, the new phone that you forked out for barely has the protective film off the screen, and already you’re flirting with the idea of smashing it on the bar floor. Don’t be that friend that other friends can “only contact through Facebook for now.”
Do you see what’s happening with the weather today? Take a look. Take one damned good look. It’s gone to hell in a handbasket, and there are only a few decent days left. A dozen real stunners, if we’re lucky. You have to make those guys count – in that spirit we’ve put together this […]
You’ve probably seen this kind of thing on Luxuo, or other platforms dedicated to showcasing the very best in home design that people in cities like Helsinki get to enjoy thanks to their very many Euros. Look at this. It’s a cellar IN YOUR KITCHEN FLOOR. Keep looking at this. What if I told you could have this. What if I told you that you could pay a local company to do it. In Rand.
We’ll say it until we’re blue in the face. The integration of technology and home life is revolutionising the blue collar service market. For example, if you’ve been waiting for your local security company to release a mobile app that would allow you to monitor, arm, and bypass your home via your smartphone no matter where you are in the world, then fire them. These other guys have that issue waxed.
No, this isn’t a scalping scam. Eminem will be playing in Cape Town this Wednesday evening, and Computicket have just released a raft of tickets for R99 each. You’ll be seated, but considering the basically non-existent price tag, that’s just fine. You buy apps that are more expensive than this. Tickets will be available for […]
Invariably, you’ll be invited to a friend’s house in the next three months for any number of reasons. It could be a birthday party, a job celebration, or an anniversary. Either way, it’s good manners to bring a gift, or a token of thanks. Heads up: everyone is going to be bringing flowers, or a bottle of red wine. You don’t want to be everyone, do you?
Stay the hell out of the city centre unless you own a jet back, a teleporter, or a very small helicopter. The road closures for the annual opening of Parliament are a total gang bang. What a terrible day. The details are below.
Usually visitors of Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens are inclined to have a nice picnic or take a casual stroll between the flora. But a new Treetop Walkway in South Africa’s favourite botanical garden may attract those with the spirit of Tarzan. Still under construction, the walkway – nicknamed the ‘boomslang’ – will open to the public in April.
Every now and then Mike Tyson drops little nuggets of gold in our laps. Take this video for example. Mike visited The Arsenio Hall Show this week, and instead of chatting about fashion and award shows like other celebrities, Mike talked about partying and having sex in jail.
That’s right, friends. Vistors to the CBD will enjoy free parking today in the normally paid-for spots, owing to a parking marshall strike. The free parking will be available for as long as the strike continues, so you better run those errands while the going’s good.
Hipsters take note, there is a new smartphone personal assistant on its way: Google Now. It’s a search-centric, voice-powered digital assistant for the upcoming version of Android that launches mid-July.
The Department of Environmental Affairs (read: the South African government) has welcomed (obviously?) the Council of the Global Environment Facility’s approval of R25 million worth of funding aimed at strengthening the current wildlife forensic capabilities in South Africa. The donation will help combat wildlife crimes like rhino poaching.
Things have been less than fun with respect to freedom of speech and freedom of expression in the landlocked central African country of Ethiopia in recent years. And they just got worse. Because now a simple 30-second Skype call could land you in jail.
A very stimulating new book has just launched: Do Ideas. The book, curated by Don Packett, features contributions from some of South Africa’s brightest minds. They want you to embrace your ideas: “don’t be afraid”, they say. The best bit? It’s free, and online. Go on, you want to have a look.
Well at least we know where we are doing our shopping this weekend.
It’s that time of the year again – the Easter silly season, when people risk their lives driving like lunatics on our national roads. To counter the madness, the Western Cape government has announced it will be setting up roadblocks where you and I least expect them, as part of a grand plan which aims to see zero road deaths in the province over the Easter period.