GLAMOUR Guides: 08.09.17
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.
A night of magic and mystery
A fabulous setting, “magical burlesque” performances by Diva Disastar and a host of how-the-heck-did-they-do-that tricks make for a very special way to spend Monday night in Cape Town. So grab your gal pals or your special someone and head for The Vault at the Taj hotel. On the menu: a sleight of hand show courtesy of the Cape Town Magic Club, all sorts of cocktails (including a special Monday Night Magic recipe) and great dinner options. Monday Night Magic shows take place at 7pm or 9pm and the season runs from 18 September to 30 October. Tickets start at R170 and you can visit quicket.co.za or call 021 424 9308 for details and tickets. Book fast, as the shows sell out faster than a bunny leaping out of a hat. Abracadabra to the max!
Join CHOC and the Four Seasons Hotel, The Westcliff, in partnership with The High Commission of Canada in South Africa, for the second annual Run For Hope event on 9 September. Held at the Hope School Sports Grounds, Westcliff, the run aims to raise funds for children living with cancer and life-threatening blood disorders. Show your support for this worthy cause by entering either the 5km fun run/walk for R150pp, or the 7.8km race for R195pp. Register today at westcliffrunforhope.co.za or at the Westcliff Deli, 67 Jan Smuts Avenue, Westcliff, and start lacing up those trainers!
Catharina’s at Steenberg will soon be welcoming in the warmer season with a new one-course lunch menu from executive chef Archie Maclean. Take your seats on the terrace and look forward to a delicious spread of salads, gourmet burgers, fish and chips, pasta of the day, and more! Book your next ladies’ lunch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, calling 021 713 7178, or visiting steenbergfarm.com for more.
Then best you get to the South African Book Fair at the Museum Africa in Newtown, Joburg from 8-10 September! Hosted by The South African Book Development Council, the event is the perfect opportunity for you to meet your best-loved local authors, listen to them speak about their favourite topics, and share their own African stories. For more information, contact Lethabo Mametja on email@example.com or 071 077 6751, or Tamlyn Geldenhuis on firstname.lastname@example.org or 076 512 3053.
Head to Cape Town’s Mulberry & Prince Kitchen and Bar this September for a mouthwatering brunch every Sunday from 10am-2pm. With a menu that pays homage to comfort food and American-inspired cuisine, you’ll be treated to dishes like buttermilk biscuits smothered in homemade sausage gravy, chicken and waffles with Texas style hot sauce, brioche French toast and more! For more details or to make a reservation, email email@example.com or call 021 422 3301.
Celebrate the end of winter with a double dose of musical mastery from SA and Brazil! Join DJ Kenzhero and Tha_Muzik for the spring instalment of Obrigado, featuring Greg ‘The Maestro’ Maloka, and the smooth sounds of two countries in harmony. Starting at 2pm and running till late, Obrigado is taking place on 9 September at Constitution Hill, 11 Kotze Street, Joburg. Book your tickets now for just R100 at quicket.co.za.
The White Dress Project aims to educate and assist women who are living with fibroids. If you’re interested in learning more about this illness, don’t miss this free panel discussion with experts in the fields of fibroids, including the Chairman of The White Dress Project USA, Ms Tanika Gray and head of the Fibroids Clinic in South Africa, Dr Gary Sudwarts. The event is taking place in Joburg on 11 September at 6pm, and in Cape Town on 13 September at 6pm. Call 011 484 0135 to book your space, or visit thewhitedressproject.com.
As South African women, many of us support households with our salaries, so it’s important that we stay up to date with profitable investment opportunities. Join the upcoming Women & Wealth event and find out how to become financially independent, and create your personal wealth. Book your tickets for R150 (adults over 18) or R70 (young adults from 13-17) and prepare to learn from a line-up of esteemed guest speakers at the Radisson Blu, V&A Waterfront, on 16 September from 8am-1pm.
Out of the loop? Have a look at last week’s GLAMOUR Guides.