Anything but lost

Allesverloren sounds like a cry of despair, but when RICHARD HOLMES chatted to the farm’s fifth-generation occupant, Danie Malan, he found him thoroughly upbeat – about his wines, pioneering and Portuguese cultivars.

An integrated lifestyle

With a positive economic growth for over 25 years and its strategic position at the heart of the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is fast becoming a popular property investment, business and lifestyle destination to South Africans.

Rest & Peace

For more than 40 years, Rust en Vrede has been synonymous with the name Engelbrecht, first Jannie and now Jean. In conversation with WINIFRED BOWMAN, Jean and winemaker Coenie Snyman reveal what makes this renowned wine estate so successful.

Things to do this weekend: 15 to 17 March

Another massive weekend ahead as the Winelands prepare for the ABSA Cape Epic, Amazink is set to wow audiences once again with its unique brand of township theatre and the Stellenbosch Air Show promises to be the biggest yet.

Talk of the Town

Tokara trebles its success at the 10 Year Old Wine Awards, Stellenbosch creché’s receive a welcome boost and a new event academy opens its doors.

A fair for the arts

For Melvyn Minnaar, nothing beats the visual pleasures and cultural thrill of the Investec Cape Town Art Fair. The 2019 edition put the spotlight on emerging artists and the impact new media is having on traditional media.

A flair for past and present

Stellenbosch-based architect Carien van der Merwe, known for her warm, elegant and modern spaces, has the ability to create optimal functionality in limited areas.

TELOS: Tokara’s ultimate achievement

A vision, a goal. Both have come to fruition in an exceptional wine created at Tokara: Telos 2015. EMILE JOUBERT learns from its makers how this exemplary Cabernet Sauvignon came about.

The gaze of a gorilla

For Dave Pepler, an encounter with a mountain gorilla in Uganda reaches deep into the core of his being and even more so when a gorilla turns the tables and seeks out an encounter with him.

Things to do this weekend – 8 to 10 March 2019

The US Woordfees celebrates it’s 21st year with some phenomenal productions, Spier takes on the first of it’s night run series, De Akker plays host to the Rivertones and Helderberg nature reserve needs your help to fight alien vegetation.