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#CSIMonth: Q&A with surfer Rosy Hodge on the ban of single-use plastic with #ProtectParadise
#CSIMonth: Q&A with surfer Rosy Hodge on the ban of single-use plastic with #ProtectParadise

South African international surfing champion and World Surf League commentator Rosy Hodge has partnered with #ProtectParadise, a global initiative that supported and led the change on the ban of single-use plastic in Indonesia...

By Ruth Cooper 10 Jul 2019

SOUTH AFRICA

#WomensMonth: Maira Koutsoudakis on building a luxury lifestyle brand
#WomensMonth: Maira Koutsoudakis on building a luxury lifestyle brand

Maira Koutsoudakis is the CEO of the Life Group of Companies, a luxury lifestyle and hospitality specialist, which she owns and operates with her husband and business partner, engineer John Koutsoudakis...

By Eugene Yiga 28 Aug 2018

SOUTH AFRICA

#Youthmonth: The kids do it themselves
#Youthmonth: The kids do it themselves

We've been through a lot lately, right? Madness seems to reign: numerous terrorist attacks, Trump withdrawing the US from the Paris climate accord and the Brexit sequel that is the recent UK snap election...

By Charles Siboto 22 Jun 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

Crowne Plaza Club Room
Biz-focused stay at The Crowne Plaza Johannesburg - The Rosebank

Unlike Sandton which is a jumble of high-rises with little else other than the pulse of finance running through its veins, Rosebank still offers a more human scale environment where top luxury hotels sit cheek by cheek with 70s apartment blocks and corporate headquarters...

By Brian Berkman 24 Feb 2017

SOUTH AFRICA

#SustainabilityMonth: Greenpop's Got Wood
#SustainabilityMonth: Greenpop's Got Wood

This past September you may have noticed your social media feeds filling up with images of strapping young naked men covered by strategically placed foliage, wheelbarrows or watering cans.

By Ruth Cooper 20 Oct 2016

SOUTH AFRICA

#WomensMonth: Moyin Oloruntoba, focussing on African youth culture
#WomensMonth: Moyin Oloruntoba, focussing on African youth culture

Winner of the 2016 Fairlady Women of the Future Rising Star Award, the passionate Moyin Oloruntoba, shares some insights...

By Ruth Cooper 31 Aug 2016

SOUTH AFRICA

#YouthMonth: Like kids these days say
#YouthMonth: Like kids these days say

Heita da! What's drugs my dealer? What's crack-a-lackin'? Umoja? Fo' shizzle my nizzle? It's all good in the hood. You'd best keep your urban dictionary close by for this one.

By Charles Siboto 7 Jun 2016

SOUTH AFRICA

#YouthMonth: The Instagram King, Gareth Pon
#YouthMonth: The Instagram King, Gareth Pon

When taking a scroll through Gareth Pon's insta feed it's easy to see why he was crowned Top African Instagrammer in both 2014 and 2015.

By Ruth Cooper 1 Jun 2016

SOUTH AFRICA

West End musical becomes local hit
West End musical becomes local hit

Thirty years after Blood Brothers made its debut, director David Kramer's adaptation became one of the theatrical highlights of 2013. Kramer first saw the Olivier Award-winning musical in the 1980s and was impressed by its emotional impact.

By Eugene Yiga 10 Feb 2014

SOUTH AFRICA

Up the Creek - what to eat and drink
Up the Creek - what to eat and drink

There are the two ways to do food and beverage at Up the Creek. If you happen to be independently wealthy or one of those fine folks who start up saving way in advance for festival season, most excellent, there is no need for you to read the rest of this article.

By Anna-Bet Stemmet 30 Jan 2014

SOUTH AFRICA

The beauty of Decorex
The beauty of Decorex

This was the 15th year that Decorex has graced the Mother City. It was originally started by Nicola Hadfield with a mere R800, who has now founded the A Beautiful Day exhibition. Decorex was taken over by the Thebe Exhibition and Project Group and it has done a sterling job in keeping it innovative and exciting for those attending.

By Jordan Scott 2 May 2013

SOUTH AFRICA

Ancelotti's nervous wait
Ancelotti's nervous wait

Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti will be waiting impatiently for the news of Didier Drogba's injury sustained during the 3-0 win over Tottenham.

By Marcello-Calvin Adams 22 Sep 2009

SOUTH AFRICA

Franks to calm the Beast?
Franks to calm the Beast?

Newbie to the All Blacks Owen Franks has the undesirable task of taking on Bok scrum kingpin Tendai “Beast” Mtawarira in Saturday's return Tri-Nations match.

By Marcello-Calvin Adams 29 Jul 2009

SOUTH AFRICA

Balkanology is alive and kicking with quirkiness
Balkanology is alive and kicking with quirkiness

Dressed as a gypsy fortune teller and Caribbean pirate (not quite Balkan but at least dressed up) myself and friend made the long (we got lost a couple of times) drive to the Bloemendal Restaurant in Durbanville for the best and only Balkanology party in South Africa.

By Ruth Cooper 14 Apr 2009

SOUTH AFRICA

Putting the mental into Rudimental
Putting the mental into Rudimental

Ok so the Rudimental's aren't mental or rudimental for that matter they are a fully developed and well formed band that do South Africa proud with their unique infectious upbeat blend of jazzy-afro ska. The only thing that was a little mental at their past Sunday Kirstenbosch concert was one of their very proud fans who could be seen leaping about in a Rasta shirt as if he was on gummy berry juice.

By Ruth Cooper 10 Mar 2009

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