Rand Club is a Johannesburg institution, built in the days when prospectors rushed to the town to find their fortune and navigated the 25 pubs that were the cornerstone of the dusty street settlement. Naturally those well healed needed some space from the pub crawlers and Cecil John Rhodes managed
A luxury brand of Polish vodka hosted an event at ORPHANAGE. Time to uncover if this Cape Town venue is a residential institution devoted to the care of orphans, which would bring the presence of vodka into question, or a Cocktail Emporium. The specialist cocktail club story seems more feasible.
The Bombay Bicycle Club. An eccentric, bohemian self-proclaimed “love den” at the end of Kloof Street in Cape Town, which happens to double up as a dining experience too. “Early directors of the Bombay Bicycle Club included Benjamin Franklin, Joan of Ark and Leonardo da Caprio,” and so the history
Kong, a new nightclub opens its doors in the Design District of Rosebank. The venue isn’t new. It’s the reworked Latinova club space with a touch of Hong Kong. Apart from the Indiana Jones display case featuring gold skulls, variations of guns and some white nude statues filling the corridors,
Sunday morning at OR Tambo International. Final destination – Kilimanjaro – to take on the continents highest peak. In the queue waiting to check in is a girl in her twenties, adorned with tattoos. Ed Hardy would be fulfilled. Turns out she’s an Italian born veterinary student from Vienna on
A drive through Camps Bay in Cape Town won’t only provide a beautiful view of the mountain, the beach and outlandishly priced ocean view property, but Red Bull marketing has also done a wholesome job in ensuring every bus stop is branded with their latest Special Edition selections. Some dislike
A dream of a lifetime to meet Scottish chef, television personality and restaurateur, Gordon Ramsay. For others, this would be a nightmare. He’s in town for the Samsung Good Food & Wine Show 2011 at the Coca-Cola Dome from 22 -25 September 2011. Manage to get an invite, but by