Want to know what’s the latest and greatest? You’ve come to the right place! Your GLAMOUR Guides are here to keep you updated on products, parties, places and everything else currently catching our eye.
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.
Sign up for the Durban SPAR Women’s 10/5km taking place on Sunday, 11 June. The theme for this race: Super Heroes Unite! Taking a moment to appreciate all women and acknowledge that we are all superheroines in our own right. For more information visit sparwomensrace.co.za.
The Capital Craft Beer Festival is taking place at the Pretoria Botanical Gardens on 10 June, 10am – 6pm. With over 35 brewers, loads of entertainment and a variety of food to choose from, this is an event you definitely don’t want to miss. Tickets are R165 online and R200 at the gate. To buy tickets online, go to plankton.mobi/.
Following its success in the Mother City, Le Kap Lifestyle Fair comes to Joburg on Saturday, 10 June. Prepare for a day of SA fashion, wine, music and gourmet food, on top of exciting horsemanship. For more information on ticket options and pricing, visit lekaplifestylefair.com.
In support of the Forever Changed Global Awareness Campaign, the Dance of The Butterfly event is back by popular demand. Taking place at MEC Auditorium, Joburg on 25 June, 2 – 4pm, this event is a great opportunity celebrate cancer survivors and learn more about what you can do to help cancer patients around you. Tickets are limited. Contact Addi Lang on 082 5596 702 or email@example.com to book. For more information about this fantastic initiative, visit www.foreverchanged.co.za.
Lourensford Wine Estate is hosting a five-course, black-tie gala on 23 June to raise awareness and funds for Masincedane; an initiative which provides health care and employment preparation services to over 4 000 community members in the Greater Helderberg region. Tickets are R500 and are available from masincedane.com/gala-for-good.
For this year’s Mandela Day on 18 July, Pick ‘n Pay and FoodForward SA will be joining forces to help feed the hungry. This partnership is aimed at stocking FoodForwardSA’s pantry with staple items during winter, which will then be passed on to those in need. Want to get involved? To volunteer your time on 14, 15 or 18 July, sign up at foodforwardsa.org. If you can’t volunteer, visit select Pick ‘n Pay stores from 14 – 16 July and donate!
Looking for somewhere fresh to grab a bit to eat? Be sure to stop by Lily’s Restaurant in Mouille Point for stunning sea views, luxe interiors and delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Visit lilysrestaurant.co.za for more info!
Introducing the new local brand that you’re going to fall in love with, Jota-Kena. Characterised by their hand-tailored garments, understated detailing and planet friendly fabrics, this label is sure to be a favourite in our fashion industry! Plus they donate 10% of all their profits to a non-profit organisation called Hillsong Africa Foundation. For more info, visit jotakena.com.
Out of the loop? Have a look at last week’s GLAMOUR Guides.