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WIN WITH SA’S FIRST CLOTHING WRINKLE RELAXER FOR WRINKLE-FREE TRAVEL GEAR

Whether you’re travelling for leisure or business, making sure your clothes are packed with precision to avoid wrinkles is a near-impossible art. There is nothing worse than arriving to your destination only to be faced with creased clothing. 

Despite the many tips available on how to pack your suitcase or fold your clothes when packing for a trip, there will always be a pleat or two. From the actual process of packing, to handling your luggage as you transfer it from one place to the other – there is just no way to make sure…
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WIN WITH SA’S FIRST CLOTHING WRINKLE RELAXER FOR WRINKLE-FREE TRAVEL GEAR

Everyday luxury with JC Le Roux’s drier Vibrazio range

Enjoying a glass of sparkling wine is one of life’s sophisticated pleasures. With JC Le Roux’s latest drier Vibrazio range, sipping a glass of sparkling wine is now an all-year-round delight.

The Vibrazio Sauvignon Blanc, Demi-Sec and Demi-Sec Rosé offer a lively display of fruit and elegance, exquisite balance and playful taste profile.

Breaking the mould on how sparkling wine should be enjoyed, Vibrazio is best served in a wide brim stemmed glass with orange or grapefruit zest. The citrus freshness enhances the sparkling wine’s fruit flavours and adds zest to the cascade of bubbles.

Beautifully balanced and dry the Vibrazio Sauvignon…
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Everyday luxury with JC Le Roux’s drier Vibrazio range

Visas to be issued on arrival for Africans travelling to Kenya

An announcement has been made by Kenya’s newly sworn-in President, Uhuru Kenyatta, confirming that all Africans travelling to the republic would be issued with visas on arrival.

President Kenyatta, who will serve his second term in office, makes the announcement as the continent draws closer to 2018; the year in which the pan-African passport had in recent years been reported to be introduced. This would allow travellers from across the continent to move between countries without securing a visa prior to travelling.

READ MORE: Introduction of the pan-African passport in 2018 to increase travel

The announcement was made in Kenyatta’s inauguration speech on 28 November…
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Visas to be issued on arrival for Africans travelling to Kenya

MADAGASCAR UNPLUGGED

If you have kids, you probably know quite a lot about Madagascar and may have watched the hilarious movie of the same name more than once. But there’s a lot more to this beautiful country than you may have seen on screen.

You may also know that Madagascar is the fourth-largest island in the world (after Borneo, Greenland and New Guinea) and that its diversity of landscapes from desert to jungle and rocky mountains to baobab forests is amazing. But you may not have known this staggering statistic: 80% of its flora and fauna exists nowhere else on earth.

How did…
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MADAGASCAR UNPLUGGED

Master investor Marcus Broodryk on his book, 90 Rules for Entrepreneurs

Aptly described as a “self-made millionaire, investor, and all-round good guy”, Marnus Broodryk now adds the title of author to his impressive repertoire with the much-anticipated launch of his book, 90 Rules for Entrepreneurs, a self-published “guide to being an entrepreneur, a millionaire and of course, happy!”

The Shark Tank investor describes the book as “the codex of hustle. A book of the lessons that I wish someone had shared with me earlier. Lessons that will help you push harder, keep leaner and leapfrog the successes of ‘those successful guys’”. The book seeks to answer pertinent questions that define the potential…
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Master investor Marcus Broodryk on his book, 90 Rules for Entrepreneurs

Giant footprints prove dinosaurs roamed Southern Africa

Africa continues to astonish academics, scientists, and laymen alike, as more discoveries that give a glimpse into our planet’s origins and its inhabitants continue to be made on the continent.

A recent discovery, explored in Plus One, proves that approximately 8-9m tall dinosaurs roamed Southern Africa. According to an article in The Conversation authored by Lara Sciscio, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Geological Sciences at the University of Cape Town, the discovery of  a megatheropod footprint was made by a group of scientists from the University of Cape Town, the University of Manchester in the UK, the Fundación Conjunto Paleontológico de Teruel-Dinópolis in Spain and the Universidade de São Paulo in…
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Giant footprints prove dinosaurs roamed Southern Africa