11 December 2017
From the desert to the beach to crazy Christmas celebrations and chilled New Year parties, here’s a look at what some of our favourites are doing over the silly season.
7 December 2017
When it comes to the year-end holidays, most people are guilty of over-indulging a little – with food. Durban North’s Chloe Clark however, will be doing it in song. From Michael Bublé to Boney M to the resoundingly beautiful lyrics of Oh Holy Night and the feel-good, united words of Auld Lang Syne, she’s struck by the festive fever and cannot wait to put her own mark on some of her favourite Christmas classics.
29 November 2017
College Rovers, Durban’s top club rugby team, recently made it to the 2017 SARU Gold Cup final, a highlight on the club rugby calendar, where they faced False Bay Rugby Club at the Phillip Herbstein Field in Constantia, Cape Town. Despite their loss, College Rovers Rugby Club Coach, a former coach of the False Bay club, Derek Heiberg (42), is delighted with his team’s achievements this season.
30 October 2017
South Africa remembers her as Mags, the feisty Big Brother housemate with the big laugh. After almost a decade out of the limelight, Margaret Westerhof (aka Mags) is back on the airwaves, loving life, shaking up the entertainment industry and living fearlessly. Bronwyn Forbes-Hardinge caught up with her.
31 August 2017
Lindelani Dlamini overcame a fear of dogs to pursue his dream of working with animals. This incredible journey of self-discovery has developed into a calling and earned him the status of dog-whisperer. He shares his story of success with Bronwyn Forbes Hardinge.
29 August 2017
Just say the name Giffy, and locals familiar with this public mural artist will steer you in the direction of his handiwork that is splashed across the walls of Durban and the Upper Highway for a single purpose – to create awareness within communities of the beauty of nature through art.
14 August 2017
Christine Ndlovu says the hospitality industry has been in her blood ever since she began waitressing after completing her matric.
8 August 2017
The iDUC project is based on the touching story of Santi Britz who, by the grace of God, used her pain from a rape trauma to touch the lives of many.
7 August 2017
When you see life as a laboratory nothing you experience along the way is a wasted experiment.
3 August 2017
Marketing Guru, Kerry Kyd, shares her innovative approach to helping SMME’s grow in a recession period.
Get It Magazine Durban January 2018Trends for the fashionista in you
Renowned for their mouth-watering, decadent and convenient desserts, Chateau Gateaux has become Durban’s most-loved Patisserie – an obsession to say the least.
As good as eating out
Let’s face it. Budgets are tight. And eating out has become somewhat of a treat. But we’ve found the perfect solution … restaurant food at home.
Bespoke baby gear, designed with the supermom in mind!
When it comes to baby brands, there are so many great companies out there producing some incredible stuff. On an international level, we are of course envious of some of the adventurous, fun and fabulous products on the market (not all of which we can always get our hands on), so we simply cannot contain ourselves when every now and again we stumble across some equally great brands produced on our very own doorstep…
A Crazi kind of giveaway
There are only a few weeks left of the Crazi Erazi phenomenon that has swept the country since December, and this is your chance to win one of five complete sets of Crazi Erazi erasers that we are giving away.
STRETTON’S & Barker & Quin collaborate to reinvent G&T
Stretton’s Gin have come to the rescue of all gin-lovers with a collaboration that’s bound to be the talk of the town. The award-winning Gin brand partnered with tonic experts Barker and Quin to perfect a timeless classic – Gin and Tonic.
50 Shades of Pink
When it comes to wine, especially rosé, there are loads of guys who won’t touch it. Maybe it’s because they prefer a beer or a more refined spirit; maybe it’s because it comes in a stemmed glass, who knows?. What we can say though, based on the confessions of our local wine fundi, Jan-Nico Coetzee, is that even the tough guys have a palate for rose, and thanks to the bottled beauties listed below, we now know just why.
Let your presence linger…