Saffa expat in the UK Ed Fox is our resident rambling entrepreneur. This week he muses on the egos ever-present in expat circles.
Officially selected for the African Film Festival in New York, the Sheffield Doc Fest and the Durban International Film Festival, ‘MIners Shot Down’ will now be screened for one night only in London on 11 September
Broadway Theatre presents the London African Gospel Choir’s full stage performance complete with singers, dancers and musicians
South African co-owners of The Magnolia Room give some important advice on starting up in London
Former British High Court Judge emerges as powerful SA storyteller
This viral video reminds us of the dangers of texting while driving
The African continent is ready to take-off and contend on a global scale, but may require further leadership and skills. As more and more Africans are preparing to return home, the Homecoming Africa London Expo will tell you how to best go about it
A reluctant Londoner puts a whole new twist on the idea of a jet-set lifestyle, making Barcelona practically a suburb of London
Having been in London now for six months, there are a number of random traits that I have come to realise. Those of you living here will know exactly what I am talking about and those of you who simply pass through, take note.
Darling says this is an act as I am never happy and he doesn’t buy it. I am going to change the name ‘darling’
A week walking in Ireland is a week of softening: eyes trained to see jagged London switch to a diet of green hills, still lakes and moodily-lit ruins. Stomachs used to virtuous quinoa and the Paleo diet gently expand into a universe of potato-and-beer based cuisine. In short, we left for Ireland old and grey, and came back in the bloom of youth. Here’s why the Wicklow Way should be your next city break
Whether you go glam or fancy dress, whether you’re after pop, disco or house music, we bring you 14 fun and varied party options for celebrating New Year’s Eve in London.
When Christmas comes calling I just want to call home. Here is a list of things you can do in the UK to make it feel like a South African Christmas.
Like last year, there are three South African films at the 2013 BFI London Film Festival. These are moody noir romance ‘Durban Poison’, ‘Felix’, a drama about a Zulu boy who wants to become a jazz musician and ‘Of Good Report’ about a paedophile school teacher, which was banned at its opening in Durban.
The Cape Grand Cafe in Beaconsfield is something of an antidote to cliches of colonial, safari or Disneyfied Africa – owners Mark and Jonette Seeby have managed to create a contemporary international South African restaurant in the heart of England
Renowned Chef Scott Hallsworth (ex Nobu and Wabi) is set to open his brand new London venue, Kurobuta, this autumn and requires staff to join the dynamic team.
It’s all hands on deck for a new family-run South African nail product company in London.
South Africans rave about their first taste of Steers in London.