The last few months have been incredibly tough for countless South African businesses, and now really is the time to start supporting each other.
It’s that time of the year again when rivers are dyed green and pseudo-Irish “descendants” don any and everything green to pay homage to the patron saint of Ireland, St Patrick (affectionately known as Paddy).
At least once a week I hear someone talk about leaving the hustle and bustle behind and moving to ‘the country’, and I’ll admit to echoing similar sentiments from time to time.
How long has it taken for South Africa to establish a national beer day? I totally agree, far too long.
A real mix of odd gifts from far-flung corners of the globe, if the Queen’s prezzies from 2016 are anything to go by.
A trend that began in Berlin, Beer Yoga has made its way to Australia – so that must mean it’s only a matter of time before it lands on our shores.
It’s juicy with a subtle bitterness. When it pours, it’s a light golden colour with a tightly packed white head. It has good retention.
South Africa is full of wonderful little pieces of history.
There is something magical brewing in the Cape, and these videos are highlighting just one section of our melting pot of cultures. Brilliant.
Looking for a temporary summer job for the upcoming season? Become a local lifeguard – that’s still regarded as cool right?
If you follow Mr Loops on any of his social media platforms you might realise that he has got the humblebrag down – but who else is as good?
Uber has dominated the market with its renowned safety taxi service and now it’s slowly moving into the delivery spectre. With relish.
It’s not every day that a local entrepreneur gets recognised nationally for doing something good. But we like to think we played our role.
Here’s one for the adrenaline junkies out there as we watch two Saffas fling themselves from a building. I find the most disturbing part all those stairs they had to traverse to get there.
Don’t ever say we didn’t try and help you out when it comes to spoiling your significant other. Groupon have come to the party in a big way here, do the right thing.
We love the good things in life, and being a part of the Edgars family will bring those things closer to you in ways you can’t imagine.
There are very few things that get better with age: wine, vintage cars, George Clooney, and the Bakgat Boyz. It’s time to relive their smash hit right now.
From the hands of author of “I AM BIFF”, which is probably the best Graeme Smith Tribute I have ever read – We bring you: The Prince of the Hanging Gardens ~ By Justine Nurse.
The locally founded SurethingSA’s Richard Neville just nailed the insurance market. SurethingSA is the first of its kind and Fin24 had him for a few Q&A’s
An South African duo has built an airplane company that can rival the international players, and their pride and joy LSA is selling at an astonishing rate.
A campaign to boycott South African retailers that supply products sourced in Israel has hit a new point, with BDS South Africa calling for customers to avoid the specific stores.
Looking for something different to do this winter? Whether you’ve been neglecting brandy from your personal drinks menu, or whether you’re an extreme lover of the stuff, The Mount Nelson have created an incredible brandy and tapas pairing to warm up your insides.
Everyone utters the words ‘it’s better than fresh’ at some stage in their life, when biting into left over pizza the morning after. A local Cape Town pizza delivery company is looking to capitalise on this unanimous fact.
Check out this short dark comedy by local director/writer, Howard James Fyvie…
When was the last time you entered a corner shop that was locally owned and operated?
‘Free Inside’ is a documentary filmed from within the confines of Pollsmoor prison.