“If I hadn’t chosen music as a career then I’d probably be a full-time farmer,” James Sakala tells me. James was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and moved to a farm in Mkushi in Zambia at three years old
Gin culture has surged across the world in recent years, with South Africa being no exception. The country is enjoying a craft gin revolution.
I’m a city boy by nature. I breathe the fumes with ease and ask for Wi-Fi passwords wherever I catch a signal.
Here’s something to think about; in the jungle, the mighty jungle lions do not sleep at night. Lions are nocturnal and often spend their nights hunting.
“Zambians love fish,” laughs Tembwe Mutungu. The Chief Financial Officer of Yalelo Zambia sounds like a man who can’t quite believe the opportunity he and his business partners are sitting on in this part of the world.
Harare is the capital city of Zimbabwe, the country affectionately named as the jewel of Africa by Julius Nyerere. Home to over a million people from various cultures and ethnicities, it offers experiences that are diverse and memorable for visitors to the city.
The name’s misleading, Durban’s most famous spicy delight does not have two long ears, a fluffy tail and hop around on your plate. It’s a delicious half loaf or quarter loaf of fresh white bread filled to the brim with a steaming hot curry. And nothing says you’ve arrived in South Africa’s steamy coastal city … Continue reading HOPPING MAD FOR DURBAN’S FAMOUS SPICY DELIGHT BUNNY CHOW
A jazz pianist plays soothing background tunes. A tinkling fountain in the sprawling garden sings along. We’re comfortably ensconced in our velvetine chairs – poised to experience the legendary Belmond Mount Nelson hotel’s high tea in Cape Town. “Like wine – you start with the most robust tea and work your way to the milder … Continue reading BELMOND MOUNT NELSON THE GRANDE DAME’S WARM WELCOME