This weekend, combine the benefits of exercise with the therapy of being outside in nature and stay ahead of the curve with these great outdoor running and riding events happening in the Winelands.
“I believe every business should have a social conscience”, says newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Nedbank Stellenbosch University LaunchLab, Joshua Romisher.
Leave your car keys at home and visit Stellenbosch, the vinous capital of South Africa, by tram. By Sanne Welman
It’s February and the Winelands is springing to life with events and happenings. Celebrate the harvest with Nederburg, the legendary Yo Yo Ma comes to South Africa for the first time ever and enjoy this easygoing weather with a movie under the stars at Meerendal Wine Estate.
Thousands of newcomer students at Stellenbosch University are putting the final touches to their performances – including some impressive dance moves – for the annual ‘Vensters’ (Windows) street theatre event tonight.
For oenology students at Elsenburg, a tour of the wine-producing regions of France spent learning about the foundations of their prospective craft comes as a fitting end to their years of study. Lorraine Geldenhuys joined them on their journey of discovery.
Make this Valentine’s Day one to remember with fresh ideas that go beyond just making a quick dinner reservation. From comedy shows to art fairs to the ultimate luxury evening, you will find something new for you and your loved one to experience.
January is finally coming to an end and now we look towards the weekend for some well-deserved rest and relaxation. Dress up in your most vivid colours for the festivities at the Cape Town 10’s, don your most brilliant whites for Franschhoek Summer Wines or go for black at the inaugural I Love Stellies rock music festival.
Announcing the first 20 participating artists for the inaugural edition of the Stellenbosch Triennale, taking place from 11 February to 30 April 2020 at various destinations in Stellenbosch.
An exhibition of artworks by 10 young African artists at the Stellenbosch Triennale, On the Cusp is about revealing and unravelling the creative talents of tomorrow.
The inaugural Triennale brings together a number of offerings, from exhibitions to a film fest, dialogue sessions and much more. It can be a little daunting trying to absorb it all, so we’ve put together a run-down of what you can expect at this seminal event.
Grab your friends and family and head out for the Delheim Harvest Festival, get in touch with your wild side at the Festival of Rebels or catch a movie under the stars with the family at Rhebokskloof.
Boutique publisher Tip Africa Publishing pulled out all the stops putting together a proud Winelands publication for Hazendal wine estate this year. The glossy hardcover that was launched at Hazendal’s glittering 320 Gala Event that celebrated the farm’s 320-year history.
Industry body Wines of South Africa remains upbeat about prospects, despite last week’s Export Report revealing that the overall value of SA’s exports declined, most SA wines are attaining better prices than before.
Whether you are enjoying an extended festive break, planning your next getaway, or simply want to enjoy the sights vicariously, join travel writer Richard Holmes as he guides you through some of the best places to stay in Stellenbosch, South Africa and beyond.
Harnessing the ever-growing trend towards e-bikes as a means of transportation, sports and pure recreational enjoyment, Rayvolt South Africa introduced two e-bike models to the local market during the course of 2019: namely the Rayvolt Cruzer and the Rayvolt Torino.
We’re in a brand-new decade. Before the year gets too crazy, now is a good time to set yourself up for an outstanding 2020. Here are four ways you can invest in your own well-being.
The modern reality of families spread out across the globe means a greater emphasis needs to be placed on how the dispersal affects the ability to transfer wealth between generations – and leave a legacy.
Dreaming of a tropical escape with sea, sand, sun and surf, not to mention fine dining and diving? Richard Holmes has found the ideal island getaway – and it’s in the lap of luxury.
Long known as the ‘land of fire and ice’, Iceland made a different impression on Richard Holmes. For him it’s a country gaining a reputation for whale – and other adventurous – cuisine and where dramatic waterfalls punctuate an already spectacular landscape.