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Gifts for him

Gifts for him

Whether he’s a traveller, homebody, a sportsman, a gadget geek or a family cook, there’s no shortage of gift ideas for your guy. Take a look at some of these fabulous finds.

Spoil the man in your life with the gift that keeps giving – a biltong board with attached cutting knife. Compact and handy to take on those off-road adventures with the boys. R699 from www.loveables.co.za

Any guy who knows his wine, will appreicate a gift of pedigree wine like this flagship of Le Riche – 100% Cabernet Sauvignon – and the backbone of this range, the Cabernet Sauvignon 2014. Supple and rich with layers of fruit, the Cab Sav 2014 is Le Riche’s expression of Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon that retails nationally between R210 and R250, while the Reserve, which is simply delicious, elegant and rich, is a wine made to age, a true investment that retails nationally at specialist wine stores between R500 and R580.

If he’s the kind of guy who loves comfy and universal shoes, then a pair of casual shoes from Clarks will be right up his street. White leather or tan, these Siddal Run and Veho Apron will definitely keep his feet happy. R2490 from www.clarkssa.co.za

For the muso who likes a little solitude while immersing himself in his favourite tunes, then he deserves a gift like this Skullcandy Crusher Wireless. R2499 from www.luksbrands.com

The Gin Box is a sensation club for gin lovers. Each month, members receive a magnificent box with a full size, small batch, craft gin, along with tonics that accompany the gin and hand-picked gourmet food items that complement the taste journey of the month. If you’re looking to spoil someone terribly special with a one-off delivery for the festive season (hint, hint), this is a brilliant gift.  Details: R750 from www.theginbox.co.za

A timeless treat, these Handcrafted Mint Flavoured Humbugs from Woolworths are a no-fail gift idea. With hard toffee centres, they are made mostly by hand, following a time-honoured artisanal method. R59.99 for 280g.

A new twist on a true classic, Aramis Modern Leather epitomizes the Aramis man in every way – classic yet provocative, masculine yet elegant, and contemporary yet timeless. Aramis Modern Leather is distinctly masculine and unmistakably elegant with inherent ease. R950 to R1185 from Red Square.

The Art of Fixing Things by Lawrence E. Pierce. This is the book that MUST be READ before any other ‘how-to’ guide to repairing cars, household appliances, garden machines, and farm equipment or doing home improvements. It’s the book for the guy who has never really indulged in home DIY but would like to. R205 from Takealot.com

A daily staple that will give him a place to keep the special notes you write or a family picture he can proudly show, Bellroy Slim Sleeve Leather Wallets are a beautiful balance of small and convenient. With no linings and less waste they make for a smaller silhouette that’s also kinder to the planet. R1395 from www.ibags.co.za

Quick, sturdy and agile, the Jumping Sumo from Parrot will transform any environment into a giant playground. Chases, slaloms, acrobatics, obstacle jumps and an on-board camera mean loads of fun and the chance to experience the amazing sensations in real time! R2699 from WebAntics.com

 

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Win a Keeping up with the Kandasamys DVD

We were thrilled to hear that the sequel to the highly successful Keeping up with the Kandasamys is on the cards and will be released in 2019.

 

Its time to READ competition

A wise man once quipped: Creativity is contagious. Pass it on. Albert Einstein certainly knew what he was speaking about, and when it comes to encouraging creativity and imagination in our youth, just think of the untold treasure, waiting to be discovered!

 

Glad to go camping

The kids are on their mid-year hols and a camping weekend’s on the cards. Woo hoo.

 

How are you enjoying your Cadbury Breakaway?

Chocolate wrapped and filled wafer. On a chilly winter night, there’s really not much more we want than this, a mug of coffee and a good book.

 

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Buon appetito!

With nothing but a suitcase full of dreams and her faithful friend ‘the cello’, Cecilia Di Cecco left Italy to work as a musician with the KZNPO in Durban. Here she learnt to cultivate her music and at the same time began a love affair with food that eventually led to the recent launch of her first cookbook, Cucina in South Africa.

 

A fairy tale for modern times

Being massive fans of everything royal (especially the recent wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry) we absolutely cannot wait for the release of this 124 page royal bookazine, The Royal Wedding: A People Magazine Exclusive Collector’s Souvenir (R100).

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