Mountain bikers can look forward to the eighth annual Savanna Origin of Trails MTB Experience taking place in Stellenbosch on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 November 2021.
A trip up the West Coast is a chance to adopt nature’s pace and reset your equilibrium, writes contributor Magriet Kruger.
When artist Paul du Toit (1965-2014) discovered a material called concrete canvas, he was able to transform his heavily textured paintings into sculptures on a grand scale. Until 21 November 2021, 13 of Paul’s groundbreaking pieces will be exhibited by IS Sculpture at Tokara Wine Estate’s delicatessen in Stellenbosch.
Stellenbosch winery Vilafonté was named 2021 Outstanding Wine Producer and Best Red Wine Producer of the Year by the prestigious International Wine & Spirit Competition (IWSC).
The Grootvadersbosch Nature Reserve just outside Swellendam just got even better with the addition of five beautiful glamping sites. The reserve boasts lovely hiking, mountain biking and bird watching along with the opportunity to just soak in pristine nature.
Andrew Rudge of The Reach Trust on the importance of early childhood development and a new game to stimulate it.
Electric cars, flexi-architecture and veggie gardens in empty high rises… Come 2030, a fascinating world of new technology and, perhaps, a gentler relationship with Mother Earth await us. Doris Viljoen, from the Institute for Futures Research, speaks to MARGUERITE VAN WYK.
On the hills and in the valleys of the Stellenbosch Winelands, the neat trellised rows of Vitis vinifera send their roots deep into the soil, tapping into the world-class terroir of South Africa’s most famous winemaking region.
The past year has, to put it mildly, been taxing for business leaders. But some, like Capitec’s Gerrie Fourie, have thrived on the challenge, as ELMARI RAUTENBACH discovers.
Landmark Heritage House in Stellenbosch offers self-catering units with old-world luxuries and modern technology in the historic and central Neethling Street.
Quoin Rock Wine Estate’s awe-inspiring picnic spots offer al fresco dining with comfortable seating, dedicated service and delectable wines to complement a scenic Stellenbosch wine farm experience.
In news & reviews this spring: wine estate Vergelegen publishes a new recipe book, photographer Obie Oberholzer produces a photographic book capturing the many faces of Tokara, find beauty in concrete, and celebrate South African wine with a puzzle.
One of the many effects of lockdowns and social distancing is that we’re re-evaluating the role of makeup. Less is more, discovers ELSA KRÜGER, but we all want a splash of colour.
Sunshine. Fresh air. Jaw-dropping views. These are a few of the reasons why editor Francé Beyers takes to the trail. RICHARD HOLMES discovers some top wilderness walks.
Once a staple of gardens and preserve jars, the guava should be making a comeback reckons DAVE PEPLER.
When Dr Liana Roodt realised women with breast cancer who depend on public healthcare often have to wait months for urgent treatment, she knew something needed to be done. Her solution is changing lives and restoring smiles, writes MARANA BRAND.
New designs, new flavours and new ideas… Taste, learn and laugh with curated wine masterclasses, make magic with moss, escape with a spa day, and find out more about chef Peter Tempelhoff’s latest fine dining venture.
In the Lionel Smit Studio, we find light and space in abundance – and an artist revelling in the opportunity to give his imagination and talents free rein.