BOOK REVIEW: 21 Lessons for the 21st Century

Our thoughts on the Yuval Noah Harari bestseller

A golden weekend in The Maluti Mountains

The Maluti Mountains will be alive with the sound of music, come the end of November

Whisky you need to drink right now: Jameson The Distiller’s Safe

Expect a liquid that is light and delicate and with lovely fragrances on the nose

TRAVEL: Ice and mud in no-man’s-land

Stephen Timm finds himself in South America, between two countries

BUYER’S GUIDE: Where to shop the good stuff

Here are some sizzling new items you might like to spend some of your shekels on

The crazy and calamitous world of vehicle launches

Longtime car journo David Furlonger gives a sneak peek into the crazy and sometimes calamitous world of vehicle launches

Everyone’s favourite chef is back

Yotam Ottolenghi, the Israeli-British chef has introduced home cooks to Middle Eastern ingredients they’ve never heard of

Joburg’s hot new wine bar

Sylvia McKeown conducts a ‘meeting’ at Joburg’s new wine bar

Cool and unusual local wines

An upcoming wine fair sparks a look at some cool and unusual local wines

FILM REVIEW: The Forgiven — contrived and inauthentic

A new film based on the TRC does a disservice to SA history, writes Karyn Maughan

A new Joburg health retreat for burnt out execs

Executives and A-type personalities are recognising that mental wellbeing has upside for the bottom line

Joburg’s story in photographs

Joburg nut Marc Latilla has put together a delightful coffee-table book all about the 132-year-old City of Gold

What to expect at the Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair

Cassandra Twala, curator of the Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair, talks the significance of the craft economy in Africa

Whisky to buy right now: Ardbeg An Oa

If you consider whisky not to be a summer drink, think again

The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is a rugged bushwhacker disguised in a business suit

SPONSORED | The X-Class bakkie impresses with its off-road capabilities

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The last remaining WW2 Spitfire pilots

It’s the end of an era for a blazing group of pilots whose planes lit up the skies during World War 2, writes Archie Henderson