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St Helena: Notes from a tiny island

This week marks the anniversary of the death of Napoleon Bonaparte on St Helena. Richard Holmes visited the remote Atlantic outcrop and penned these thoughts

This Linden restaurant is pumping

Down the drag, and with its contemporary grey exterior, Van Der Linde is hard to miss

Will the Proteas stand the heat?

The Proteas know World Cup heartbreak, but a slice of luck could change it all

SARAH BUITENDACH: Let them eat Ladurée macarons

The annual Condé Nast luxury conference was held in Cape Town this month. But it might as well have been held in a bubble on the moon

Plastic – It’s so last season

Joburg store puts the kibosh on stuff ruining our world

A Rosé by any other name

Local labels you've never heard of, which countries drink what and who SA should be selling to. Richard Holmes does a deep dive into the export wine market

A Black Aesthetic: A View of SA Artists

A Black Aesthetic: A View of SA Artists (1970-1990), at Joburg’s Standard Bank Gallery until April 18, is a timely reminder of SA art’s history of modernism. ...

Fatherhood and the making of men

Being a dad isn’t an easy gig – but raising children in SA adds an entirely different set of complications. Writer and father Luke Alfred meditates on the task

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Joburg has a hot new bakery

Part of the charm of the delightful new boulangerie and patisserie Just Teddy is the story behind it

Tasting Boschendal’s new red wine

Boschendal has just released a new red wine. We sampled it with dinner and were impressed

Who are Africa’s top artists really?

A new report uses a fresh method to ‘validate’ important African artists, writes Graham Wood

Joburg has a new food gem

The food at Brik has contemporary Levantine and Jewish influences and the menu is small, fresh and seasonal

Escape to the winelands

There’s something quite spectacular about stepping out onto the lawn at Le Jardin at sunset

Why the cult of the early riser still captivates

The benefits of waking up early are an open and pure mind and heart, says author Robin Sharma

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