It’s all about The Soweto Fashion Week : 25 – 28 May

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Soweto Fashion Week (SFW) and sponsors look forward to another exciting autumn/winter season showcase. The phenomenal communal uplifting fashion week is scheduled to start on 25 to 28 May 2016; Soweto Fashion Week will present the AW17 collections from existing and upcoming young talented designers. Soweto Fashion Week aims to develop and empower young fashion designers, and they continue to uplift young talent.

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Exciting Things To Do In April Around SA

Don’t miss out on these fun and affordable events happening in April around the country. April brings with it gentle showers and all the excitement and silliness of April Fools’. Whether you love music, art, wine or hiking we’ve got you covered with activities that are easy on the pocket.

Courtesy of Andy Hall via The Amadou and Mariam Facebook Page

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Reasons to plan an event or incentive in Gauteng

Gauteng is home to South Africa’s administrative capital, Pretoria (Tshwane), where the seat of government is located – a city only second to Washington, DC in hosting the largest number of foreign embassies in the world.

The province’s capital, Johannesburg, once the world’s most important centre of gold production, is today the country’s financial capital.

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The best restaurants in Johannesburg: where to eat out in 2016

Our panel of 50 food experts rated these as the best restaurants in Johannesburg. We’ve arranged them according to cuisine – Asian, Indian, Italian, Portuguese, Steakhouse… – to make it even easier for you find your favourite.

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Sihle’s Brew, One Cup of African Excellence

I’m a firm believer that ambition is the key to achievement. Believing in your dream is only the first step, but making that dream a reality lies in your resilience and your willingness to press on despite the odds. Sihle Magubane’s story, the owner of South Africa’s first independently black-owned coffee brand, is certainly proof […]

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