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Spicy sisterhood stirs gourmet halaal in Durbs
Creativity, passion and their Muslim faith inspire chef sisters Zainab and Faatimah Paruk. Their success is flavoured by Durban’s diversity.
The Chairman in Durban: South Africa’s best jazz bar?
Some Durban businesses rev up after dark and even after midnight. Meet Ndabo Langa, architect, entrepreneur, Renaissance man and founding …
Chef Jackie: A legend creating a legacy
Remarkable. Difficult to think of a more appropriate word to describe Jackie Cameron. Award-winning chef. Food sorcerer. Founder-principal of the …
The taste of Fable in KZN
When Mark Mattinson was at a crossroads in his life a few years ago, he took a 900km walk. This …
How I learnt to love a golden kiwi
Peter Nicholson is waiting to peel, slice and feed me perfectly ripe golden kiwis when I arrive almost three hours …
Fusing heritage one poké at a time
Heritage. Custom. Culture. Tradition. Roots. Things one thinks about around now. So how about Hawaii meets Vietnam meets Korea meets …
Durban meets a wee Scot at Humble coffee
Amy Gardiner is from Edinburgh, Scotland. She has a passion for cooking and recipe development. Stress-baking is her tonic. She started working her first café job at age 13 and has long been “obsessed” with hospitality. This year her cafe was named best in South Africa by Coffee Magazine.
Mopani worms stake a claim
Meet Wendy Vesela-Ntimbani, chemical engineer and entrepreneur, from Limpopo in South Africa, who is taking her mopani worm business international. Africa’s healthy protein.
AmmaZulu sculpture garden of delights
Hein Lottering dishes a garden cafe lunch.
A fantastical garden. A café as its beating heart. A gallery home for …
Sebastian Nico: knives-out lensman
Sebastian Nico has turned two hobbies inspired by time spent in restaurant kitchens into his profession: food photography and crafting kitchen knives. Namely, Japanese-style san mai process kitchen knives.