Renishaw Hills presents the 5 benefits of apartment living for retirees
by Editor on 31 October 2018
When considering retirement options, downsizing is generally accepted as part of the deal, but so often retiring to an apartment is overlooked – for all the wrong reasons. “We have noted a lot of interest in our planned apartment offerings at Renishaw Hills,” said Phil Barker, managing director of Renishaw Property Developments, developers of Renishaw Hills, a mature lifestyle development on the KwaZulu-Nat...
New summer dishes grace the table at Grande Provence
by Editor on 02 October 2018
New summer dishes grace the table at Grande Provence Chef Guy Bennett of The Restaurant at Grande Provence has tweaked his summer dishes with his signature modern South African flair by introducing new seasonal flavours and lighter textures at this landmark Franschhoek eatery. Unfettered by the notion of a fixed restaurant menu, Chef Guy champions an ever evolving and dynamic menu allowing for new creations to ma...
Heritage and Tech converge to boost tourism
by Editor on 26 September 2018
Just in time for National Heritage Day on 24 September, Drakenstein Local Tourism Association has introduced a mobile application that combines the proud heritage of the region with the latest state-of-the-art technology. The Visit Paarl and Visit Wellington apps are easy to navigate and visitors can download it onto their mobiles to get a quick and accessible way of finding the best places to see and things to do...
Women’s Lifestyle Expo announces dynamic partnership with ChangeMakersHub
by Editor on 26 September 2018
Collaboration and support for women has seen the creation of a truly worthwhile partnership as the Women’s Lifestyle Expo – brought to you by FMI – joins forces with the innovative online empowerment platform, ChangeMakersHub (CMH). The multisensory, multi-faceted Women’s Lifestyle Expo (#WLE2018) is taking over Joburg’s Montecasino Piazza from Saturday, 29 September to Sunday, 30 September. Founded by ...
Women’s Lifestyle Expo High Tea set to attract who’s who of South African businesswomen
by Editor on 19 September 2018
Sit down to an intimate High Tea with some of South Africa’s most dynamic, impressive and influential women at this year’s Woman’s Lifestyle Expo (#WLE2018). Guests will be treated to a sumptuous tea while hearing how these phenomenal women managed to achieve their success; balancing demanding careers and motherhood and still managing to embrace their femininity. This sumptuous networking opportunity – brough...
Soak up Summer with De Krans Free-Run Chenin Blanc 2018
by Editor on 19 September 2018
Regarded as one of SA’s leading port producers De Krans Wine Cellar, situated in Calitzdorp, has also built a reputation for producing a range of unique and superb wines from classical varieties. With the emphasis on unique yet traditional, consumers will enjoy the new vintage unwooded De Krans Free-Run Chenin Blanc 2018 – perfect enjoyment for the long Summer days! What makes De Krans Free-Run Chenin Blanc s...
Carne SA champions rare vintage wines
by Editor on 19 September 2018
Carne SA champions rare vintage wines A well-aged steak is at its best when enjoyed with a well-matured red wine and at Carne SA, Chef-proprietor Giorgio Nava takes great pride in serving his guests some of the finest South African and Italian wines. Offering wine lovers even more value at his dedicated Cape Town eatery in Keerom Street, Nava has introduced a special Vintage Collection of well-known flagship w...
95 At Morgenster brings an Italian summer revival to the Winelands
by Editor on 17 September 2018
95 At Morgenster brings an Italian summer revival to the Winelands Savour modern Italian dishes at their best in the Cape Winelands this summer at Chef Giorgio Nava’s 95 At Morgenster, reopening for the season from 4 October 2018. 95 At Morgenster, established in 2015 as an Italian collaboration of authentic Italian food, top class wines and olive oil, brings a contemporary twist to the magnificent surroundi...
Invitation to Cape Wine 2018
by Editor on 17 August 2018
The Klein Karoo wine region in the Southern Cape is arguably the most diverse of South Africa’s wine regions, forming part of the Succulent Karoo Biome, internationally recognized as one of the top 26 biological diverse areas in the world. In many places several biomes such as fynbos, succulents and renosterveldt come together and occur intertwined, mostly as a mosaic throughout the region. This natural mosaic mak...
Constantia Glen taps into big bottle culture this winter
by Editor on 18 July 2018
Constantia Glen taps into big bottle culture this winter Discover the great longevity of Bordeaux-style wines locked up in magnum bottles at Constantia Glen, the picturesque boutique wine estate perfectly appointed on the cool slopes below Constantia Nek. During the month of July, Constantia Glen is opening their vault of collector’s wine in 1,5 litre magnums. Visitors to the tasting room can enjoy 20% off wh...
East Coast Radio to broadcast live from Renishaw Hills
by Editor on 10 July 2018
Those looking for a quality investment on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast should tune into East Coast Radio (ECR) on Friday, 13 July between 9am and 12pm for an exciting live broadcast. Damon Beard and his team will be broadcasting their popular show live from Renishaw Hills, a mature lifestyle village located just outside of Scottburgh. Anyone wanting to be part of the fun is welcome to visit the Renishaw Hills’...
Warrior Announces Its First Brand Ambassador
by Editor on 05 July 2018
GAUTENG, PRETORIA - WARRIOR OCR events burst onto the scene in 2013, immediately spearheading the meteoric rise of obstacle course racing (OCR) in South Africa. Today, Toyota Warrior, powered by Reebok, remains at the forefront of OCR South Africa with world-class obstacles, innovative courses and over 4000 athletes competing, including many of the country’s top OCR competitors, who push their mental and physical l...
Christiaan Greyling Sets the Pace at The Cathedral Peak Challenge
by Editor on 05 July 2018
"The mountains are calling, and I must go." - John Muir KWAZULU-NATAL, DRAKENSBERG - All good stories have an adventure at their core. Conceptualised by the owner of the Cathedral Peak Hotel, William Van Der Riet, the Cathedral Peak Challenge is not a call to beat or overcome the mountain; it is an invitation to reconnect with the wilderness in its purest form. Go on an adventure into the great outdoors. Challeng...
What would Winter be without a Paul Cluver Gewürz or a Riesling?
by Editor on 04 July 2018
Traditionally Winter brings with it fireplaces, comfort food and robust red wines. However, contrary to belief most white wines are also better suited to be enjoyed during the colder months, and the Gewürztraminer 2016 and Riesling Dry Encounter 2016 from Paul Cluver Wines are perfect to keep the Winter chills at bay. Cellar Master, Andries Burger, describes the nose of the Gewürztraminer being reminiscent of p...
Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction Showcase offers wine treasure trove
by Editor on 03 July 2018
Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction Showcase offers wine treasure trove Cape Town: Thursday, 16 August 2018 / Johannesburg: Wednesday, 22 August 2018 Embark on a journey of discovery into rare, exceptionally crafted wines at the Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction Showcase to be held in Cape Town on Thursday, 16 August and Johannesburg on Wednesday, 22 August 2018. This public tasting gives wine enthusiast...
Winter wine experience with Klein Constantia at 95 at Parks
by Editor on 03 July 2018
Winter wine experience with Klein Constantia at 95 at Parks 95 at Parks, Chef Giorgio Nava’s acclaimed Italian restaurant serving his signature Milanese dishes in the Southern Suburbs, has teamed up with Klein Constantia for a singular winter wine experience. During the entire month of July, 95 at Parks guests can enjoy a complimentary glass of either Klein Constantia Organic Sauvignon Blanc 2016, or their Li...
Roodeberg rewards consumers with Reunion on Réunion necktag competition
by Editor on 03 July 2018
Roodeberg rewards consumers with Reunion on Réunion necktag competition Roodeberg, South Africa’s trusted red blend that has been bringing friends together since 1949, is rewarding consumers with the opportunity to win an island adventure of a lifetime and a multitude of instant prizes of quality wine accessories. The Reunion on Réunion – a 7-day reunion of friends on the spectacular Indian Ocean island of ...
Karoo lamb takes centre stage at Carne eateries in July
by Editor on 03 July 2018
Karoo lamb takes centre stage at Carne eateries in July Discover the rich diversity of specialist Karoo lamb cuts prepared by expert hands at Chef Giorgio Nava’s two dedicated Cape Town meat restaurants – Carne SA and Carne on Kloof during the entire month of July. His special lamb menu comprises a choice of six prime cuts and a hearty lamb ragu pasta alongside his regular à la carte menu. In addition t...
Franschhoek Bastille Festival
by Editor on 12 June 2018
Save the date for SA’s French inspired 25th annual Franschhoek Bastille Festival, which takes place at the historic Franschhoek Huguenot Monument on 14 and 15 July. A social calendar highlight, the weekend long event is guaranteed to bring out the Parisian in you. The captivating village is a hive of activities, dressed to the nines in the French colours of red, blue and white for the weekend, embracing its Fre...
Best Braai tips from Fire & Feast Meat Festival experts
by Editor on 06 June 2018
To give you a taster of what to expect from this year’s Fire & Feast Meat Festival, heating up Joburg’s Ticketpro Dome from 8 to 10 June, we’ve chatted to some of the experts featuring at the meaty exhibition. Here are the top 10 braai tips from the masters of meat, braai, sauce and spice. 1. Crown National A leading supplier of spices, herbs, seasonings, sauces and condiments, Crown National – the ev...