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Ramaphosa — ‘We are still near the beginning of this epidemic’

President’s address covered the twin pandemics of Covid-19 and the murder and rape of women ‘who were killed by men'

Covid-19 and the food industry: ‘I had a wobble last week, I was gatvol’

Heather Van Harte, who runs a small catering business, is changing her cooking habits during the lockdown, and has plans to start a food garden

Slice of life: I cook for men looking for jobs

'I prefer to cook for these people for free than to sell the food even. I enjoy it because we use the big, big pots'

​Art, consumerism and ‘curated’ gentrification meet at Keyes Art Mile

A new "curated neighbourhood" in Rosebank, Johannesburg, is on the block but this "safe space" is certainly not inclusive.

Idiom restaurant celebrates a decade of excellence with paired wine tasting

Tucked away in the hills of the Helderberg, the new Idiom restaurant and wine tasting centre feels like an escape to another world.

​Begin the day with breakfast at The Shortmarket Club

The awarded Dale-Roberts restaurants are known for their lunches and dinners but The Shortmarket Club is also open for breakfast.

Jailhouse cod with a dash of hijacking

The interactions with the convicts were a highlight of the occasion. They seemed to be in very high spirits.

Exclusive Books launches in-store restaurant

Foodies, the fickle Jo’burg socialite crowd and book lovers are the prospective clientele of the Social Kitchen & Bar at Exclusive Books in Hyde Park.

US restaurant group to implement no-tipping policy

Union Square Hospitality Group, which runs several top restaurants, is abolishing tips, arguing the current system is unfair to kitchen workers.

Eat your way through Cape Town

From artisanal bakeries to old-fashioned fare with a contemporary twist, Cape Town offers some of the best eating experiences in South Africa.

Western Cape dines out on Rossouw’s restaurant reviews

Gauteng, which came in second with six top restaurants, is on the up and up and offers a much more African experience.

Vanderbilt: The Holy Grail of cuisine

Steered by South Africans, the Nordic food hall at New York's Grand Central Station will have a coffee bar, sandwich shop, cocktail bar and brasserie.

Café by Durban day, carnival of comedy by night

"No reason to be at the mercy of venues that don't really engage with a proper set-up for comedy."

Everything at the Kitchen’s in sync

Perhaps if the Test Kitchen was in Kruishoutem or Larrabetzu and not the Old Biscuit Mill I would appreciate its special genius more.

You Spiga my language

The popular ­Durban restaurant has opened a new branch, and there has been much rejoicing.

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