Black swans, unpredictable events with far-reaching consequences, are a well-known concept in financial markets. But, it’s perhaps their grey cousins we should be paying more attention to.
Legado Coffee Roasters opened their flagship store in Stellenbosch just in time for Spring. The beautifully aesthetic coffee shop can be found in one of Stellenbosch’s most lively areas, which speaks to the true character of the shop.
Nine of South Africa’s top wine and food tourism providers were named honourees in the inaugural Wine & Food Tourism Conference Awards at the close of this year’s Wine and Food Tourism Conference near Stellenbosch on Wednesday 18 September
The fourth industrial revolution (4IR) is unfolding on the continent, bringing with it African solutions for African problems. But is it a threat to livelihoods or does it provide an opportunity for Africa to leapfrog the earlier industrial revolutions?
UK journalist says the Cape is now firmly established as “one of the most exciting wine-producing countries on the planet”.
Bid farewell to the winter blues and swing right into spring by soaking up the pleasures of being outdoors, raising your glass to our national wine (even running for it), celebrating our heritage at the annual e’Bosch festival in Stellenbosch and sampling delicious teas and picnics. Mirandi Nel shares some inspiration.