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Captain oh my Captain

Hartbeespoort Dam, fondly known as Harties, has long been the hideaway and playground when visiting Gauteng. Whether an international or local visitor, it’s a great place to visit when the weather permits. In this area, we have great weather at least 9 months of the year. It is an arch type dam situated in the…

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MK Tours makes 36 hours in Jozi possible!

Building Memories with MK Tours is what the operation is all about. They are  located in the reception area and available for transfers to various attractions as well as tour opportunities for international and out of town visitors.  They offer tour options that are either private tours or transfers to catch an organized tour. Johannesburg…

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RMB WineX 2018: Best brands in your hands, the Must-Attend wine event of the year

RMB WineX takes place from 24 to 26 October at the Sandton Convention Centre.  SA’s Must-Attend wine event and premiere consumer wine show of 19 years will again bring an exceptional line-up of premium wine brands to the heart of Jozi: it’s Sandtonbosch, really. Stylistas, trendsetters and the wine curious should plan to pamper their…

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The Radisson Blu Gautrain – 55 Steps to the World

The Radisson Blu Gautrain towers over the downtown Sandton area and is directly across the road from the Sandton Gautrain Station. The 12 floors have incredible views of the surrounding area whether its over the commercial buildings surrounding the hotel or across the northern suburbs when relaxing around the pool. Although primarily a business hotel,…

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36 Hours in Jozi

Its amazing to get to know your own city when you only have 36 hours!  And that’s what we did. 36 hours in Jozi and our base was the Sandton based Radisson Blu Gautrain hotel. We checked in to the hotel on a Friday morning and our journey began. The Radisson Blu Gautrain towers over…

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Oppikoppi #OK24Nomakanjani – The countdown begins to 9 August!

“Old man look at my life, 24 and there’s so much more.” Neil Young sang these words 46 years ago, and we’ve been waiting a long time to use the quote. This year OppiKoppi is 24 years in the making, and we’re still moving forward, Nomakanjani. To paraphrase the great Felix LaBand “I’m not afraid of…

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Oppikoppi 24

Announcing the tribute artist for Oppikoppi 24: Nomakajani – Oliver Mtukudzi Hello, hoezit and mhoroi shamwaris. Here is a fair warning: All too often we heap praise on others to realise our own appetite for self-indulgence. It is at times such as these that words like legend, icon and stalwart are bandied about with no…

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The second leg of the regional wine show programme directed by wine authority Michael Fridjhon and presented by OutSorceress Marketing kicks off with the launch of the exciting new Capital City Wine Show on 26 and 27 July in Pretoria. The Capital City Wine Show takes place at the plush conference centre of the Maslow…

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Choral Fireworks bring highly successful World Choir Games 2018 to a close

Ed’s Note : South Africa has done it again!  Not only did  the fabulous St Mary’s DSG, Kloof Choir, conducted by Lindy van der Meulen, win Gold in the Scenic Folklore category but The Drakensberg Boys’ Choir, conducted by Bernard Krüger, win 2 Golds, one in the Scenic Pop/ category and one for Children Choirs. …

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