THE LONG WAY HOME

Words: Shaina Herman

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WEAR THE CROWN

An ongoing craze that doesn’t show signs of stopping is ethnic or tribal fashion. As South African’s we have good reason to celebrate this fashion trend, as we have so many rich, colourful cultures in our diverse country. We needn’t look elsewhere for inspiration as it is all around us. Time for us to wear the crown.

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THE URBAN CLOSET

Our glam squad selects their choice of what’s ‘hot, slick’ and on point for the right now!

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STAND OUT WITH STYLE

We’re all about the colour as nothing says vibrant, happy or even confident as a splash of colour! On our continent we embrace all that is bright and beautiful so why shouldn’t our clothes be too. Boys be going bold too!! And why not?

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INDLOVUKAZI, AFRICAN QUEEN

NN Vintage Shows of the Dakishi Range

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Granny’s Gems

All across Africa our grans have their own way of dealing with our common health ailments. And each of these grandmothers insist that their way is the best. As time goes by these become part of the “Old Wives Tales” but we chatted to some friends and discovered that many have used the same or similar remedies for the same or similar ailments. So, there has to be something to it, right? Take a look and see how many you can identify with.

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MY FOOD AFRICA

Typical African Dishes:

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STICKY PORK BELLY WITH STONE FRUIT SLAW, SWEET MUSTARD & CRACKLING

Made by Chef Lauren Lentz

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MANGO & PASSION FRUIT VANILLA BEAN CHEESECAKE

Made by Chef Lauren Lentz

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AFRICA IS REVVING TO GO

It was in the year 2000 that the phrase ‘Africa Rising’ was coined. This was through a forecast that the African continent would experience a massive surge in its developing economy, thanks to investments into infrastructure, technology, agriculture, education, tourism, and telecommunications. Continue reading “AFRICA IS REVVING TO GO”