Untangling the Past Through Art

Visceral, honest and rife with historical significance, Kaloki Nyamai produces work which asks questions just as much as it answers them. Working in richly layered multi-media – specifically canvas, metal, boards and video installations – the Kenyan-born artist explores the parallels between past and present. Nyamai’s creative process is a lengthy and emotional one which […]

A Love Affair with French Cuisine

Sowetan-born chef, Wandile Mabaso, has taken the culinary industry by storm. Not only is he one of South Africa’s hottest culinary exports, Chef Mabaso has taken his passion for cooking across the globe, training under some of the most successful chefs in the world. With a desire to produce dishes worthy of being on display […]

Making Waves in Blouberg

Whether you’re passing through Cape Town or simply wanting a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, deciding on accommodation is a crucial decision in order to guarantee a pleasant stay. The Mother City has an abundance of accommodation choices, ranging from high-end hotels in the centre of town to smaller, homier Airbnb’s […]

To Juice or not to Juice?

As human beings we seem to constantly be on the hunt for a quick fix. In a world that chases instant gratification, we are surrounded by opportunities to make things better now. When it comes to improving our bodies, everything from detox teas to fat-burning supplements are waved in front of us with the promise […]

A Q&A with Yiull Damaso

With a long, thick, black moustache which curls at the edges, Yiull Damaso looks like Salvador Dali. He drives a customised Vespa and has a painting of Nelson Mandela which has been defined at “the most offensive painting ever made.” Needless to say, Yiull Damaso is far from your run-of-the-mill artist. Yiull has been featured […]