Melville

 
Tiny taxi offers a cute alternative
Tiny taxi offers a cute alternative
Punters getting around by renting space in a vehicle are spoilt for choice these days, with offerings from global giant Uber, the local Bolt,...
There’s a green new deal in Melville
There’s a green new deal in Melville
My enthusiastic friend and I went to the Green Market at Melville’s 27 Boxes last Sunday. It’s apparently a regular thing — “organic...
A culinary journey across SA
A culinary journey across SA
The menu at La Petite Maison is designed to take you on a culinary expedition of South Africa, from the choppy waters of the Atlantic to the lush...
Breakfast to end the blushing uneasy
Breakfast to end the blushing uneasy
Scheduling a breakfast date on a chilly Johannesburg morning seems like the first step to reconcile the previous night’s millennials-gone-wild...
Slice Of Life: ​To give another a life
Slice Of Life: ​To give another a life
I was drinking one night at my regular spot in Melville, but I was getting so bored, I decided to go to another spot across the street. When I got...
The grotesque power of privilege
The grotesque power of privilege
The hunt was on. Well-fed and strong, the hunters chased after the hunted – thin, weak and vulnerable. Zigzagging and twisting, he tried to get...
Guillaume Rossouw: The last punk returns home
Guillaume Rossouw: The last punk returns home
The golden era of the live gig has come to an end in Johannesburg. There are no more evenings when you can decide between the Bassline (the real...
Cheap-cheap tuk-tuk taxis take over Jozi
Cheap-cheap tuk-tuk taxis take over Jozi
The tuk-tuk is a hardy little vehicle more familiar on the congested roads of urban Asia, but it makes whizzing around Johannesburg a breeze –...
South African stories: The real soul of a suburb
South African stories: The real soul of a suburb
When night falls on Seventh Avenue in Melville, Johannesburg, the darkened storefronts separating the lit ones look like the gaps in a battered...
Melville fete not music to all ears
Melville fete not music to all ears
The Jozi rumour mill is often kicked into gear by something said on talk radio. A few months ago Melville made the news, although those telling the...
Rainbow nation explodes in joy
Rainbow nation explodes in joy
South Africa exploded on Saturday night, the final whistle in the World Cup bringing the rainbow nation on to the streets in the time it takes to...

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