Travel & Outdoors
25 June 2018
“Knowledge is power when it comes to road safety. To mitigate the risk presented by our busy highways, and often unmaintained residential roads, we can all spend a bit more time educating ourselves about what we can do to avoid dangerous situations and ultimately improve the country’s poor road safety statistics,”
17 April 2018
12 April 2018
While wandering far and wide in the Cape Winelands, travellers and wine-lovers may well have overlooked a gem right in their midst: Groot Phesantekraal Farm, peacefully hidden on the outskirts of Durbanville. Once a reposing farm with rolling wheatlands, vineyards, grazing cows and sheep, this historic estate has latterly seen a quiet evolution, elevating it to the top of any wine explorer’s to-do list this summer.
4 April 2018
With the December holidays firmly behind us, you might already be dreaming of your next escape. March and April are riddled with public holidays for South Africans, making it the obvious choice for when next to take time off – but why not consider holidaying in May or June?
17 January 2018
Now’s your chance to beat the boss at his own game – the tournament will be an accumulated 4 ball alliance score over 2 days (2 scores to count) taking place on Wednesday, 7 March and Thursday, 8 March, 2018.
8 January 2018
When it comes to family holidays, the bush can be one of the most magical places for children to visit. Seeing wild animals, birds and insects in their natural habitat, getting away from the pressures and stresses of city life and soaking up the fresh air – a bush holiday can be pure heaven for little ones. Still, as an adult, going on safari with children can be challenging, especially if they’re very young. With companies like the Zambezi Queen Collection offering a kids’ safari special where kids 12 and under get 75% off for travel until 31 January 2018, a safari with the little ones is made even more accessible. If you’re planning a bush break with children, here are our top tips to make sure it’s enjoyable and relaxing for the whole family:
15 December 2017
Flow and roll into 2018. It’s time unroll your yoga mat, and stay flexible and centered in the body and mind as the new year fully gets underway.
13 December 2017
Welcome the New Year in style at the Turbine Boutique Hotel and Spa!
13 December 2017
5 December 2017
Some people like backpacking in the wilderness and enjoy getting their hands dirty. At the other end of the spectrum, others like their creature comforts – they may want to explore the great outdoors but like a little luxury. We’ve set out the benefits of camping and glamping to help you choose which will suit your needs more.
Get It Magazine Durban August 2018Into the Wild with Francoise Anthony
It’s fun, there is food, it’s the Bierfest at Suncoast
Bierfest is back at Durban premier entertainment destination, SUNCOAST, with an offering of good food, music and beer at this year’s TOPS at SPAR Bierfest!
The Wedding Expo
The Wedding Expo ‘vows to wow’ at the Sun Park at Sibaya Casino & Entertainment Kingdom.
Win a weekend at Thula Thula
Courtesy of Thula Thula, we are giving one of our lucky readers a chance to win a 2 night stay at Thula Thula Game reserve.
Chocolate biscuits …and a luxury breakaway!
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.
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.