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Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to celebrate the unique perspectives of 3 local grooms! Planning a wedding is not exclusive to blushing brides or professional event coordinators. If we were to disregard the frills for a moment, the fundamental premise of a wedding is rooted in unity. From venues and decor to music and catering, a wedding is a manifestation of the bride and groom’s love for one another. The following local grooms...

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A honeymoon set in the mountains is the perfect way to spend time together, especially when you are at The Cavern Drakensberg Resort & Spa in the Northern Drakensberg of KwaZulu-Natal. The gentle arms of nature immediately cradle you as you arrive at The Cavern. It is all around you: hillsides of waving grass hiding families of resting Mountain Reedbuck, steep rocky ravines with tumbling waterfalls and secret places within the forested kloofs. The Cavern...

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Greek cuisine seems to be a growing trend on our coast, but Kalamata stands out from the rest by creating a unique, quintessentially Grecian dining experience. With Santorini-inspired decor, white-washed walls and royal blue finishes, diners are teleported to traditional Greek islands one bite at a time… Just ignore the neighbouring table’s request for ‘tjips’, which are delicious by the way – especially when dipped in the home-made tzatziki… But what really makes a lasting...

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We were lucky enough to be whisked away to enjoy a lovely safari camp in the deep North! From experiencing the depth of the rhino conservation issue in our beautiful country, to standing in awe of the majesty of elephants, Bayala Private Safari Camp provided these opportunities – along with designer drinks, exclusive meals and soft bedsheets to boot!

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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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Murray Ewin (Remo’s Originale co-owner,  ring a bell?) and his team at the Salt Water Seafood Co, have only been open for about two months and the rising success of the little shop shows the definite need the area had for fresh fish! As I said, poke bowls as a regular, daily fresh catches and sushi – yes, we certainly needed it! As the space opposite Remo’s became available, Murray put a proposal together for...