Support Local: Why I think this movement is important

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Support Local: Why I think this movement is important “Think globally, act locally” is a motto that is slowly, but steadily, emerging as a world trend. It’s all about consumers moving towards locally-sourced products and is directly related to the movement of reconnecting with local traditions, foods and life in…

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Festive fun at uShaka Marine World

Festive fun at uShaka Marine World uShaka Marine World is definitely on of my favourite places to visit in the balmy months of summer. Fun, entertainment, water and food – it’s all easily available in one place. This festive season, uShaka Marine World is offering loads of entertainment and excitement…

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Things to do in Durban this holiday

Things to do in Durban this holiday Our kids are off on a three-week adventure overseas, while we stay home in Durban. Now is the perfect opportunity to explore our city like we’ve never done before. This time it’s all about things to do in Durban without our kids – a…

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Enjoy your city in unusual ways

Has anyone else noticed the rising number of events occurring at secret locations around the city of late? I’ve come across two unusual and interesting events coming up in March and April that piqued my interest. They’re completely different concepts but their ultimate aim is uplift, inspire and celebrate the…

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KZN artists splash out at the BAT Centre

Hands up those of you that still believe graffiti is the same as vandalism. If you did put up your hand, I really wish you had been around on Saturday to watch and hear some of KZN’s top urban artists as they shared their passion with anyone willing to to…

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Slow Saturday anyone?

8 Morrison Street, Rivertown, is one of Durban’s most exciting urban regeneration spaces, and I’ve been keeping a keen eye on the goings on at the space. I’ve been particularly interested in the Slow Saturdays concept. It’s all about showcasing local talent – musically, gastronomically, artistically and through entrepreneurship. Entrance to…

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Don’t miss the Big Big Designer sale this month

I’m a great believer in buying local and boosting the local economy. I pride myself on buying only South African designer wear – there are so many talented artists in our country producing clothing of exceptional quality. So, I’m very excited about the upcoming Big Big Designer sale – it is not…

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Durban Day is around the corner

  Less than two weeks to go and thousands will be partying with 10 phenomenal music stars at BP Durban Day at the People’s Park next Sunday. If you haven’t got your ticket yet and don’t want to miss the likes of AKA, Beatenberg, Khuli Chana, MiCasa and Mafikizolo, then…

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Erre, SA designer brand launches online store

Erre (pronounced “air”) launched at the SA Fashion Week collections in October 2013. It is the brainchild of designers Natasha Jaume and Carina Louw. The brand is not available in Durban stores, so I knew little about it. I visited the website to learn more. Wow!

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