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During the hot, dry summer months, the animals of the Serengeti leave the arid plains to the more fertile river areas. The denizens of the urban jungle known as Gauteng have much the same migratory patterns – in the summer, set off for the mountains, velds and beaches. For most people, “getting away from it […]
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Last week I may have mentioned how frightfully anti-social I am. After reading about this bad habit of mine (you know the one, where I run maniacally away from approaching individuals), I have been inundated with hordes of people dropping by to say that they didn’t know I wasn’t keen on people, and isn’t it […]
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Fresh. Organic. Natural. Those aren’t the words that immediately spring to mind when you think of Johannesburg’s inner city, but that’s exactly what you’ll find when you head into Braamfontein on Saturday mornings for the Neighbourgoods Market. The market was first started at the Old Biscuit Mill in Cape Town in 2006 as an initiative […]
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