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Deck the Halls!

Add festive flair to any space with this selection of decor and design pieces – ideal for hosting

Early birds

Present Tense

Get your child in the true spirit of Christmas

Children will enjoy – and adults will be thankful for – this addition to the family’s book shelf

Her toy gun put me on the spot

No dolls or make-up on this little girl's wish list.

Presents: the real meaning of Christmas

There's nothing consumerist about revelling in the giving of gifts -- in fact, it's the very essence of human civilisation.

South African shoppers dig deep for festive gifts

An eBucks' online survey has shown that 32% of South Africans plan on spending between R250 and R500 on each gift they buy.

Holiday gifts: For the intellectual

Still trying to figure out how to tackle your giftlist? Top tech writer Phillip de Wet and fashionista Bianca Resnekov have recommendations.

Holiday gifts: For the beauty queen

Still trying to figure out how to tackle your giftlist? Top tech writer Phillip de Wet and fashionista Bianca Resnekov have recommendations.

Holiday gifts: For the foodie

Still trying to figure out how to tackle your giftlist? Top tech writer Phillip de Wet and fashionista Bianca Resnekov have recommendations.

Holiday gifts: For the geek

Still trying to figure out how to tackle your giftlist? Top tech writer Phillip de Wet and fashionista Bianca Resnekov have recommendations.

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