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Revel in an exciting new feast of fun at the boma dinner and drum show

The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show, a “must do” Victoria Falls experience, has just got a lot more bite, with a focus on the refreshment and modernisation of its food and entertainment elements now completed.

10 really easy ways to get involved this Earth Hour

Here are 10 simple ways to make a difference this Earth Hour on 19 March.

A Baa-Baa-licious braai

A treat for the taste buds: how Bartholomeus Klip farmhouse celebrates Braai Day in South Africa

The food on safari

Jennifer Goetz describes her apprehension and subsequent delight regarding the food on safari.

Cape Town Eats (and eats…and eats)!

You’ve heard of Cape Town being referred to as the ‘Mother City’? Did you know that she’s a ‘Yummy Mummy’ too? We strode down many an interesting trail, some trodden and some less so, falling head over heels for mother Cape

Grilled Tilapia with baby potatoes

Fish, Oh how I love fish! I am such a seafood fiend! I eat more fish than other proteins these days. Let’s start with tilapia, a firm favourite in Nigeria. I made a whole grilled tilapia over the weekend for

Talk Radio on Morocco

The week before last I was interviewed by talk show host Jenny Crwys-Williams about an article I wrote in Safari on food in Morocco. Jenny is a journalist who moved into electronic media after a successful audio test with the

Malva Pudding with Brandy Glaze

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