Tag Archives: Markets in Johannesburg

Jozi’s markets never cease to inspire

Probably one of the most inspiring things about Johannesburg is its colourful markets. Not only are the crowds frequenting these events interesting and diverse, but the stuff you can eat and buy are top-notch and eclectic. Lazing under olive trees, while drinking champagne and eating oysters, buying bunches of fresh flowers, warm just-out-the oven home-baked…
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A few good things

Sometimes you have a weekend in Jozi that is so good, so good, that you think why would anyone choose to live anywhere else. Here are a few of my Jozi highlights:- The Baker Brothers, Melville These guys are at 27 Boxes and there is literally no reason to buy bread from a supermarket ever…
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Jozi on a Saturday

Does your heart start beating fast when you think of how expensive Johannesburg can be? Mine does, but this weekend I worked out how to ‘do Jozi cheaply.’ Here is my Saturday diary. I started at the Wits Art Museum – entry is free, the museum is seriously magnificent, they have an astonishing collection of…
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