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Whether you’re into eating out, going to concerts or spoiling yourself with a new purchase, our guides are your source for the best things happening in South Africa this week.
If you’re a lover of mushrooms you’ll be happy to know that Delheim Estate‘s Mushroom Forage opens to the public on 15, 16, 30 June and 1 July. For R695 per person, you’ll be taught how to forage, clean and identify fungi and be spoilt to an amazing meal. Spaces are limited to 40 people per date. Visit www.delheim.com for more information.
TALLY WeiJL has released their AW ’17 collection and you’re going to love it! From cuddly knitwear to pastel outerwear, there’s something for everyone this winter. Shop this soft and cosy range at Mall of the South and Mall of Africa.
From 21 April you can enjoy 25% off Constantia Glen FIVE by the bottle or glass while enjoying a wine tasting. Call 021 795 5639 or email email@example.com to book.
Converse unveils their Winter 2017 Converse Essentials collection including t-shirts, hoodies, pants and backpacks made from soft fleeces. These gorgeous products retail from R329 to R869. Don’t miss out!
Jigsaw London has you covered this season with their stunning selection of classic winter essentials. Visit their store at the V&A Waterfront to find your dream coat retailing from R2 849 to R4 049.
The Evolution Café Xperience is your go-to for 100% sustainable, locally sourced, ethical, organic food. It also doubles-up as a clinic and consultation room where some of Cape Town’s top doctors, nutritionists, life coaches and healers are available for private meetings. Find it in Bree Street, open Monday to Friday 07:00 to 17:00 and Saturday 09:00 to 13:00.
Henriette Botha‘s latest collection, Golden Arc, is inspired by Joburg’s rich history of mining. Gold-gilded pieces illustrate the opulence of the city of gold and the geometric shapes found throughout the collection reflect the city’s buildings. Visit www.henriettebotha.com to view and shop the collection.
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