Profound structural shifts are taking root in the global economy. The transition to clean energy, alongside rapid advancements in digital and healthcare technology, will change the way we live forever. These shifts are known as megatrends.
There’s nothing like scent to create a mood or uplift downcast spirits, says Elsa Krüger, and in winter you can easily enhance your home’s cosiness with fragrances from diffusers, candles or essential oils.
Meticulous planning and a good grasp of prevailing circumstances, coupled with experience, knowledge, diligence and patience, are just some of the elements that eventually culminate in an award-winning wine. As Marana Brand discovers, the same goes for investments.
There is no better way to experience the great outdoors than across the bars of a gravel bike. Wide-sky vistas, meandering back roads, lungs full of fresh air and ever-changing landscapes. Join Jacques Marais as he investigates the allure of bike touring.
You’ll need to book ahead if you want a table at the new darling of Church Street. Richard Holmes meets the dynamic woman behind the reinvented Café Meraki.
The Newton Johnson family makes Pinot Noir (among other things) in the Upper Hemel-en-Aarde Valley. Daléne Fourie of port2port.wine recounts their tale as told by younger son Gordon.
While Giniel de Villiers is quite happy charging through the remote deserts of Saudi Arabia, it’s the leafy streets of Stellenbosch that he calls home. Richard Holmes finds out what makes this off-road racing champion tick.
Never underestimate the power of a change of scenery and a change of pace when it comes to your self-preservation and wellbeing. Jackie Burger takes us on a walk through her day.
Wine bars are the new vibe in Stellenbosch’s historic centre, where Malu Lambert enjoys a relaxed tasting of local wines, taking in the unique atmosphere and excellent fare of each bar en route.