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Divine Fridays with KitchenAid RECIPE: Belgian Chocolate Waffles with Caramelized Bananas

The combination of waffles and chocolate makes for a quintessentially Belgian dessert. Replace the bananas with pears, mango or strawberries. Speculaas ice-cream is a typically Belgian ice cream flavour. It can be replaced with any spiced ice cream you like, such as cinnamon, clove, nutmeg or ginger. Serves 8, Prep: 15 minutes, Rest: 1 hour, … Continue reading Divine Fridays with KitchenAid RECIPE: Belgian Chocolate Waffles with Caramelized Bananas

Eye Health in Children: A Big Deal For Small People

Childhood should be a time of joy and discovery, exploring the world around us and everyone and everything in it.  Healthy vision is crucial to this and indeed all other aspect of early development.  For this reason, as well as the impact of increased exposure to screen devices such as mobile phones and iPad’s, it … Continue reading Eye Health in Children: A Big Deal For Small People

Add the Markle Sparkle to your Bump Wardrobe

When it comes to momspiration for bump- or baby-friendly fashion, it might be time to emulate that famous ‘Markle sparkle’. Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have been lighting up the country as part of their royal visit. Meghan’s been ‘serving’ South Africa a series of special looks – from her striped dress for the British … Continue reading Add the Markle Sparkle to your Bump Wardrobe

How to find extra cash in your monthly budget

If you’re struggling to make ends meet at the end of the month, you’re not alone. According to the 2019 Old Mutual Savings and Investment Monitor, South Africans are feeling the financial pinch more than ever. But did you know that some of your money could be hiding from you and that, with some careful … Continue reading How to find extra cash in your monthly budget

The Beginners Guide to Gut Health

The gastrointestinal tract is a complex and vital part of the body that people often underestimate. It is responsible for transporting food from our mouth to our stomach, converts it into absorbable nutrients and stored energy, and helps our bodies remove waste back out of thebody. If you don’t properly nourish yourself, you don’t survive. … Continue reading The Beginners Guide to Gut Health

Stunning “Rooibos Bra” in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness revealed

A jaw-droppingly beautiful bra, made almost entirely of used Rooibos tea bags, has been created by a leading lingerie brand to shine the spotlight on breast cancer which affects 1 in 27 women in South Africa. The masterpiece was unveiled today to mark the start of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October and will … Continue reading Stunning “Rooibos Bra” in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness revealed

Tintswalo Atlantic Rises Again

Tintswalo Atlantic will re-open for business on 1 October 2019. Cape Town’s iconic boutique hotel on Chapman’s Peak Drive has been closed since February, when a kitchen fire destroyed the main section of the lodge. Uniquely situated within the Table Mountain National Park, the lodge is environmentally conscious and has a light carbon footprint. The … Continue reading Tintswalo Atlantic Rises Again

Five safety tips for parents with teens on Facebook and Instagram

We want everyone to feel safe from bullying, harassment, scams, inappropriate content and other cyber dangers when using Facebook and its family of apps. We work with external experts, including a Safety Advisory Board, and gather feedback from our community to develop policies, tools and resources to keep users safe, says Emilar Gandhi- Head of … Continue reading Five safety tips for parents with teens on Facebook and Instagram

South Africa kept 3.9 million cubic metres of paper out of landfill in 2018

In 2018, South Africa recovered 1.285 million tonnes of recyclable paper products, putting the country’s paper recovery rate at 71.7%. This is according to Anele Sololo, general manager of the country’s paper recycling association, RecyclePaperZA, who adds that this rate is well above the global average of 59.3%. If baled, 1.285 million tonnes of paper … Continue reading South Africa kept 3.9 million cubic metres of paper out of landfill in 2018

Sticky Fudge relaunches under new ownership with a gorgeous summer range

Much loved local ethical clothing brand, Sticky Fudge, is relaunching with an inspired summer range for babies and toddlers up till four years old. In keeping with the latest trends, a new engaging online presence, led by a dynamic, easy to navigate website, promises an easy shopping experience and a platform for sourcing relevant and … Continue reading Sticky Fudge relaunches under new ownership with a gorgeous summer range

Teaching children healthy money values in Heritage Month

Heritage Month is celebrated annually throughout September, providing a sense of identity and belonging. One of the most valuable gifts that you can pass on to your children is teaching them to handle money wisely. This helps establish sound values and gives them a sense of confidence and control around a subject that’s too often … Continue reading Teaching children healthy money values in Heritage Month

JADE jewellery launches revamped store and new line of unique designs

JADE is a niche jewellery brand that specialises in finding creative inspiration and beauty from around the world and translating it into wearable pieces of art. Internationally sourced raw pearls and semi-precious gems are locally crafted and creatively curated, providing JADE customers with one-of-a-kind jewellery adornments. Much like the meaning of the colourway, JADE stands … Continue reading JADE jewellery launches revamped store and new line of unique designs