Nechama Brodie

Unlocking silver’s magic with bold new designs

Fortunate Moyo --- bartender, part-time musician and full-time jewellery apprentice at Keith White Designs --- does "a lot of creative work".

Best in show

Nechama Brodie picks 10 of the most interesting items on display at this year's FoodWineDesign Fair, which takes place in Jo'burg this weekend.

Street of a past that foretold a future

Rockey Street was a beachhead of the new South Africa in the late Eighties and the Nineties, but it has seen a lot of changes since those heady days.

Marcus Neustetter: Stamping his mark on stargazing

The Post Office has drawn on a local artist to celebrate South Africa's contribution to astronomy.

A story woven into a bedspread

Quilting, in some form or another, has been practised for thousands of years.

Sustainable lap of luxury

A South African human rights lawyer is one of the brains behind the international Maiyet fashion label.

Athletes urged to vote for Jozi with their feet

This is not just a T-shirt. It is a map of Johannesburg as it could be -- an invitation to plot the city with your own two feet.

A song in her heart

Lerato Tshabalala is the new editor of <em>True Love </em>magazine and the host of the Beat 180 show on Rhythm100 radio.

Nature provides a real treat

Animal, mineral or vegetable? <b>Nechama Brodie</b> makes some suggestions to help you to find the answers to Christmas-present questions.

Meating consumers’ needs

A quality butchery is paying close attention to its suppliers and where their meat comes from.

Quick, quick

To dance pantsula, you must have all the right moves.

Reaching critical mass

All cyclists are definitely not equal, as their attire, their bikes and their reasons for riding attest to.

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