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Ad-Port launches a Sustainable advertising model for Car Washes in Townships

With the ongoing requirement for entrepreneurs to get funding from government or assistance from private sector, its become more apparent that everyone needs to assist those who work within their communities and building opportunities for sustainability. Having activated in many sectors of the market, Maxposure made the decision to get involved in assisting these communities…

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Putting you at unrest!

Putting you at your Unrest! Its become a worldwide phenomenon that Ghosts and Ghouls are all around us and South Africa is no exception.  With our rich gold and diamond mining history together with local wars and concentration camps, and of course murderesses such as Daisy de Melker, we have a “coffin” of material to…

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Home is where the heart of Alexander is…

This is the story of The Hub Presents, which gave life to a dream of young and enduring entrepreneurs. The Clorpique (Pty) Ltd. is a youth company that operates a tourism based restaurant/cultural village by the Juskei River in the East Bank area of Alexandra Township in the North of Johannesburg – South Africa.  This…

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Where the lion sleeps tonight…

The Lion and Safari Park, an established tourist destination, well loved by locals and foreigners alike, has became a popular experience for all over the last 50 years. Having moved to the Cradle of Humankind in July 2016, this new must-see world class facility, called Lion and Safari Park, offers guests a memorable experience. The…

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From the Cradle millions of years ago to Maropeng today

Upon arrival at Maropeng, the Tumulus Building (pictured left) is mysterious and strange, but in contrast to this first impression, it contains a wealth of knowledge accessible to all. The Tumulus, suggestive of an ancient underground burial mound, was purpose-built as a visitor centre to showcase the Cradle of Humankind and the unprecedented quantity of…

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There is safe “Arbour” at this cafe!

Transfer with MK Tours to reach this gorgeous leafy and cosy restaurant where eating in or eating out is both the same!  Its a great experience. Then you can sample their winelist before heading back to the Radisson without worrying about driving! Arbour Café is situated close to Wanderers and ideal for those times when…

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Calexico is the new Mexico with a Vinyl Twist

An Americana themed restaurant and bar, inspired by the music and flavors of California and hints of Mexico and nestled in the corner of the fashionable 44 Stanley Street in Milpark. This mixed origin setting, with a leafy courtyard for hot summer days and a fireplace for those chilly Highveld evenings, makes for a relaxing…

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Lesedi, A village of cultural history!

aha Lesedi is located in the heart of the African bushveld amidst the rocky hills within the Cradle of Humankind, a World Heritage Site. Discover the fascinating cultures and traditions of the people of Africa, visiting five traditional homesteads inhabited by Zulu, Xhosa, Pedi, Basotho and Ndebele tribes who live according to tribal folklore and traditions of their ancestors. “Our culture is…

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A young man catches a train for the first time!

Read more about his experience on 36 hours in Jozi

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Lady Luck Lands at Silverstar

Ed’s note : We had fun learning about Roulette and Blackjack. Our money went to Charity and we raised R20,000 for charity and the cheque was handed over at the event. Women’s month has been great fun so far! Why can’t it be every month! Because it’s Women’s Month the team at Silverstar, the West…

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