• Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine

    It is always such a privilege for me to be invited to attend the student graduation at the Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine. Jackie Cameron puts her all into making sure her students graduate with all the necessary skills required to work as a chef. She also supports and uses local produce made

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  • Salt Rock Coffee Company

    The South African coffee scene is so exciting. We have so many fabulous coffee spots and shops to choose from with owners and baristas putting their all into making a perfectly delicious cup of coffee for their customers to savour. What also gives me joy is seeing the owners of coffee shops using locally roasted

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  • RAIN Natural Skincare Range

    RAIN made its skincare debut with a new collection of multi-ethnic natural skincare products harnessing the power of wild harvested African botanicals integrated with probiotics to maintain skin health.     The range is available from the below listed RAIN KZN branches : Shop F238 Gateway Theatre of Shopping in Umhlanga 031 566 2140 gateway@rainafrica.com

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  • TRULIFE – Empowering the Next Generation

    TRULIFE is an NPO that believes that educating and inspiring South Africa’s youth today will lead them to make better decisions for their and our country’s future.  Trulife uses dance, drama, slam poetry, workshops and digital media to tackle topics such as human trafficking, bullying, substance abuse and self-identity. They believe that awareness leads to prevention,

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  • SCASA National Coffee Competitions 2019

    The Speciality Coffee Association of Southern Africa’s National Coffee Competition took place this past weekend (21 – 24 February) at the Ballito Lifestyle Centre in KwaZulu-Natal. Coffee aficionados from across South Africa competed in Latte Art, Cup Tasting and Barista events. It was a hard fought competition notwithstanding the terrible heat with competitors, judges and

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