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In 2019, Splashy Fen Music Festival will take vital steps towards transforming the iconic South African event into a more sustainable entity. While the festival has long been conscious of its environmental impact on the Splashy Fen land, and the environment at large, there is an increasing need to put measures into place that will help Splashy Fen, its service providers and fans contribute to the festivals environmental impact – in a positive and sustainable...

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As the stores fill up with red roses, teddy bears and overpriced chocolates, some experience excitement, others, not so much. Let’s take the attention away from that materialistic stuff and turn our focus to what Valentine’s should represent. It seems that there is this stigma that Valentine’s Day is purely for loved-up couples, but to me, it’s simply about celebrating love in all of its forms. They sure do a good job of putting the...

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To not give a second look at the Tiffany-blue 1973 VW Kombi isn’t just rude, it’s unheard of! Ntombi (which means “girl”) is the name given to Ballito’s very own Kombi Keg by the three musketeers who have brought this Aussie franchise to our sandy shores. Maxi-Lee Machado, Gareth De Lange and Ryan Beaumont are all about providing a unique and memorable experience for their customers, no matter what the event. The concept of Kombi...