"My life revolves around waves - my life revolves around swell. There's no Christmas or New Year's or birthdays if there's waves."
That might sound extreme, but these are no ordinary waves we're dealing with. Riding a fat waves twice the size of a h... Read more
Load shedding! You familiar with the term? If you've been an expat for several years you might not. It's the term SA's power supplier Eskom came up with for cutting power to certain areas of the country when they don't have enough electricity to keep... Read more
Proteas Test captain Graeme Smith has made three in his final Test innings a day after he announced his retirement.
The 33-year old Smith told his team-mates he's calling it quits shortly after close of play on Monday. Today he took to the crease in... Read more
SA is now officially the interpreter bugger-up capital of the world, and that's a fact the country will not easily shake.
Following the complete shambles of the sign language interpreter at Mandela's memorial service in December, the poor performanc... Read more
We South African’s love our 'potjiekos' don’t we? This recipe is wonderful to make on the side when having a braai. What’s so wonderful about having a 'potjie' you can make it on the open braai if weather permitted, or just make it on ... Read more
Fudge lovers this is just for you. Of all the sweet treats we enjoy during the holiday season, fudge is perhaps the one yummy treat that we keep on making during the year. This Fudge recipe will make your mouth water and keep your taste buds going. S... Read more
I think that every steak lover would love this recipe. Most of my family eat their steak as it is but just in case you are looking for a win recipe for a sauce here's one that looks healthy and delicious. Apply Sauce to the meat when braaiing, Marina... Read more
Have you eaten this before? Sure you have! Because a BRAAI is not complete without this dish!The combination of the peaches and curry has a unique taste. This recipe is a wonderful way to entertain your non South African friends and introduce th... Read more
Ndoyiya, a Queenstown native, has been cooking for Mandela since 1992. Her job interview consisted of just one question: “Can you cook our home food?”
Well-versed in making traditional South African fare, Ndoyiya was hired immediately.