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Going hiking may sound like fun but climbing Mount Everest may send chills to one’s spine, even trying to do so using virtual reality technology. On 26 November 2019 we had an opportunity to climb Mount Everest straight from the comfort of our own country and it’s all thanks to VR at The Canvas, Riversands. Our climb, guided by Saray Khumalo, the first Black African woman to summit Mt. Everest was fun and a bit scary since VR takes you on a real life experience. It made some of us wonder why would anyone want to do all of that, also, this made us respectRead More →

Limpopo’s superstar and one of South Africa’s biggest rappers Sho Madjozi finally sees the man she sings about, John Cena! After performing John Cena on A Colours Show, the song became and hit and even caught the attention of the WWE superstar himself. Bubbly and looking vibrant in her colours as always, Sho Madjozi admitted on the Kelly Clarkson Show that she loves him and hopes to meet him one day. Kelly Clarkson asked that she performs the hit song John Cena song in case he is watching, little did she know he’d sneak in from behind the stage and join her while she’s performing.Read More →

Yes! The Mzansi’s iconic bubble gum which has been bringing people together with its fun flavours and quirky ‘Did You Know?’ has been around for that long. Where It All Started Chappies was created in the late 1940’s by Arthur Ginsburg at the Chapelat factory in the small Johannesburg suburb of Troyeville. His idea of including lists of ‘Did You Know?’ facts on the inside of each gum’s waxed paper wrapper turned the great-tasting, two-for-a-penny gum into a cultural phenomenon. The questions were sourced from popular Springbok Radio quiz show ‘The Three Wise Men’, starring Eric Rosenthal, Arthur Blexley and Dennis Glauber. The company laterRead More →

Holidays are best enjoyed with good friends, great food and smooth sippin’ some Whiskey. So, Jack Daniel’s is bringing the true Taste of Tennessee to South Africa this Summer, offering locals the opportunity to experience and celebrate the best in true Southern hospitality through Jack Daniel’s inspired food, drinks, games, music and more. Food Whether drinking it neat, on the rocks, in a cocktail or using it as that special ingredient to transform your cooking,  Jack Daniel delivers consistent quality that enhances every meal. It has always been a huge fan of whiskey and meat – a match made in heaven. Find below Jack BurgersRead More →

 If Ford invited you to drive one of its cars to attend Idols SA as one of its VIP guests at The South African State Theatre, would you say no? I wouldn’t either! Without hesitation, I jumped in to pick up my girls in the new Ford Figo Blu and headed to the City of Tshwane because a ride alone wouldn’t have been so fun. First things first, Figo Blu’s exterior is inviting! It is adorned with a black mesh grille, accented fog lamps with blue bezels; black multi-spoke 15-inch alloy wheels, black mirrors, fascinating decals and, its black roof caught my eyes almost everyRead More →

The South African country is known for its diverse cultures, languages and ethnic groups. This is one of the reasons the South African citizens are interested in knowing about each other and sometimes stereotyping one another. If anyone is to tell you that they have never heard anything about another ethnic group, it’s a lie! It’s very simple, the unknown is always fascinating and as far as stereotypes are concerned; it arouses more interest. Stereotypes are defined as a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image of a particular type of person or thing, basically a label. Stereotypes may be good or bad and trueRead More →

The Coffee & Chocolate Africa Expo observed the Deaf Awareness Celebration Day as well as support #ActionAgainstPoverty during Mandela Month, with the Ciro Deaf Barista Competition. Coffee is an almost universally appreciated beverage, regardless of your race, creed, nationality or even whether you are able-bodied or not. Despite this, the process of making and serving the beverage is one traditionally reserved for the hearing-abled. Thus, it is exciting to note that a group of very talented Deaf baristas showed off their skills with a view to being named the Ciro Deaf Barista Champion for 2019 on July 27. The event took place on the secondRead More →

Do you ever find yourself googling a list of notable Tsonga dishes in South Africa? Stop typing start driving to N’wa-Falaza situated both at Giyani in Limpopo and Pretoria in Gauteng. At N’wa-Falaza, you’re guaranteed mouth-watering African cuisines and experience either by yourself,  friends or loved ones. Nwa-Falaza is a lifestyle pop-up kitchen offering personlised catering options for small and big groups. This is a seasonal home dining experiences that offers you a unique buffet style breakfast, lunch and late lunch/dinner. If you’re looking to experience Tsonga cuisines, below are the dishes you can choose from: Muhori/Mogodu Matomani/Mopani Worms Manqina/Trotters Mukokoroxi/African Chicken All the dishesRead More →

There’s no feeling quite like hitting the road and getting out of town for the weekend. Whether you are heading to the beach with the family or to the bush for a weekend of stargazing around the fire, you are in for a treat that breaks up the day-to-day of the work week and provides memories that last a lifetime. Any extraordinary journey requires the right vehicle, but driving off-road without fully understanding how to approach different conditions can be intimidating and even dangerous. So here are some tips from Ford South Africa to help you get the most out of your journey and takeRead More →