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MOTMOT

MOTMOT

Posted on: March 22, 2016| By: admin

If you are a visitor to Johannesburg and looking for gifts to take home with you, or even just something special to spoil yourself with, go to MOTMOT. It is the most divine specialist shop in Parkhurst and I am a little bit in love with it. The owner, George Nowosenetz, is always in the…
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The Kitchen on the 4th Floor

The Kitchen on the 4th Floor

Posted on: February 29, 2016| By: admin

  I’m trying not to get crumbs on my keyboard as I type but it’s impossible. I’m eating Faith Rubin’s fantastic chocolate chip cookies and somebody please send help because I can’t stop! Faith is a bit of a Jozi institution. She’s a well known baker, ice-cream maker, amazing cook, funky dresser, entrepreneur, feminist, ardent…
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Valentine’s Day – Jewels

Valentine’s Day – Jewels

Posted on: February 12, 2016| By: admin

It’s Valentine’s Day and we think by this time you know where to buy flowers, chocolates, stuffed animals and all that kinda romantic stuff. But do you know where to buy beautiful jewels? And do you know that if you buy beautiful jewels for your partner you will feel forever madly deeply truly loved? We…
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Music in Johannesburg

Music in Johannesburg

Posted on: February 11, 2016| By: admin

Jozi’s music scene is pretty cool and if you’re into music you will want to check out these hip and fab venues. You’ll find funky bohemian style bars, upmarket jazz clubs, extraordinary rooftop venues and outdoor parks catering to large concerts. Here are some of our favourites:- The Bassline is a real musical institution in…
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Katy’s Palace and Amatuli Artefacts

Katy’s Palace and Amatuli Artefacts

Posted on: January 27, 2016| By: admin

Katy’s Palace is the most fabulous surprise. It’s a seriously unique venue, set on a rooftop in Kramerville with exquisite views of Sandton, and it really is a palace! The space is magical with furnishings that are eclectic to say the least. Gorgeous sink in couches, Moroccan lights, a magnificent bar, old time charm, a…
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The Social Kitchen and Bar, Exclusive Books

The Social Kitchen and Bar, Exclusive Books

Posted on: December 29, 2015| By: admin

  I’ve been raving about the new Exclusive Books in Hyde Park for a while now, but only yesterday did I eat in their new restaurant, The Social Kitchen and Bar. I was put off initially. The queue was long and we were told there would be a wait of 45 minutes. We decided to…
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2015 Johannesburg Highlights

2015 Johannesburg Highlights

Posted on: December 18, 2015| By: admin

It’s nearly the end of the year, can you believe it, and so it’s time for us to reflect on the Jozi highlights of 2015. Difficult, as there have been so many, but here goes. Feel free to add to the list under ‘Comments’. First Thursdays – We love this event, when galleries in Braamfontein…
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Tips to stay cool in Jozi

Tips to stay cool in Jozi

Posted on: November 13, 2015| By: admin

If you’re in Johannesburg right now chances are you are BOILING. We’re in the midst of a heatwave, there isn’t a cloud in sight and you need to get relief somewhere. Here are a couple of tips. Take a dip in the Zoo Lake Swimming Pool. It’s in Parkview, costs the ridiculous sum of R…
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Sunday in Maboneng

Sunday in Maboneng

Posted on: November 8, 2015| By: admin

  It’s been a while since I’ve just hung out in Maboneng on a Sunday. Sure, I’ve done walking tours, wandered around the market and been to theatre, but I haven’t just sat at a table on the sidewalk and people watched. Maboneng is seriously buzzing, especially on the weekends. It reminds me so much…
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Tuk Tuks in Jozi

Tuk Tuks in Jozi

Posted on: October 27, 2015| By: admin

I climbed in with a little trepidation. I’ve taken tuk tuks in India, but never in South Africa, and although I’ve often seen them around I had somehow just never plucked up the courage to call one. Silly. Because these little three wheeled vehicles are amazing. They’re bright and colourful, the drivers are charming, and…
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