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You can buy 18 pieces of sushi for R60

You can buy 18 pieces of sushi for R60

Yes, you can! I did that last night with the girls. 18 pieces of delicious sushi (including my favourite kind: cream cheese and smoked salmon!) and fortune cookies 🙂 My fortune cookie was a bit vague… If you’re keen to enjoy the yummiest and most affordable sushi, try The Blue Marlin on Lower Main Road … Continue reading

Cat spotting in Melville thrift stores

Cat spotting in Melville thrift stores

This is Lauren-Kate from kateloves.co.za (an awesome blog all about Joburg). Today she took us to Melville for lunch (and cake). We also looked at some thrift stores. Being from Cape Town, I am familiar with thrift stores. In fact, there are about six of them within five minutes of my house. However, I have not seen any … Continue reading

Behind the scenes on the set of Bullet For Bafazane

Behind the scenes on the set of Bullet For Bafazane

A neo-western about an older brother’s struggle to overcome powerlessness in a South African Township. His relentless quest to confront the kingpin of the ghetto intertwines with his little brother’s urge to follow him, unraveling this story of endemic violence, revenge, and injustice.   On Friday 18 October, I was privileged enough to attend the … Continue reading

Tea break with Matthew Mole

Tea break with Matthew Mole

You should have tea with Matthew sometime. It’s fun! While you read this, you should listen to Matthew’s album “The home we built”   This or that:  Sweet or savoury? Sweet Regina George or Cady Heron? Regina George Flowers or Cacti? Cacti Blogs or newspapers? Blogs Christmas pudding or Easter eggs? Easter eggs Jess or Cece? … Continue reading

Glen Hartmann is hitting Joburg!

Glen Hartmann is hitting Joburg!

November 2013 Born and bred in the Mother City, Glen has spent the last three years performing at Cape Town’s finest venues, such as Assembly, Mercury, Zula Bar and the like. He has also had the opportunity of sharing the stage with some amazing South African acts like ISO, Zebra & Giraffe, Tailor, aKING, Jack … Continue reading