• 28
  • Apr

Deon Mathias, the young Namibian design genius who made waves in 2016 after securing a spot as one of David Tlale’s fashion interns, made his stylish industry mark at the recently held Mercedes Benz Cape Town Fashion Week, with pieces inspired by traditional Ovambo attire.

  • 28
  • Apr

It was a night for women of substance at The Loft last week, as the Afroberries ‑ DJ Alba alongside DJ Maggz ‑ headlined their first show. They were joined on the night by guests - DJ Seboa, another woman making magic with her hands, and saxophonist, Suzy Eises, who lit up the stage with her sultry and jazzy renditions of popular songs.

  • 28
  • Apr

Stellenbosch Wine Bar and Bistro is a beautiful restaurant made up of several sections, including the wine tasting room and the restaurant itself. Though the prices are steep, the menu choices are precise and wide-ranging, the food is of high standard and tastes delicious, the service is friendly and efficient, and the overall ambiance of the restaurant makes the prices value for money. If you decide to eat at this bistro, make sure you are well-prepared financially.

  • 28
  • Apr

Many times people ask me what I want to do with my life or where I want to be after I get over my hippie phase that involves writing, poetry, literature, television and radio. People want to know where my life is headed, especially now that I have graduated, but funny enough, I do not even know myself sometimes.

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