Watch South African expat Nathan Theys’ short film on bullying in the UK
After 13 years in the UK, Sasha and Blake Buckingham made the tough decision to move home. Their son Mason was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and they needed help.
Award-winning photojournalist, writer and professional wildlife guide Neil Aldridge has been named the European Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014
After being in London for over a year, I finally committed myself to finding a Barclays, otherwise known as the Boris bike, docking station and losing my ‘Bori-ginity’!
“So ‘braai’ is basically the Afrikaans word for BBQ?”. Not a chance. Here are my top five reasons the braai tops the BBQ.
The annual Mongol Rally pits together a number of teams who must race from Europe to Mongolia with no planned route, no designated stops and a car with a less than one litre engine capacity. The challenge aims to raise money for charity and, instead of a grand jackpot at the end of the 10 000 mile race, the winning team has their car auctioned off. Sound crazy enough for you?
What an incredible weekend it’s been on this side of the pond. For those that miss home, how do you make sure you feel like you’re home? What better way to do that than have 200 Saffas in a beer garden enjoying a braai? Couple that with raising over £1700 for our beautiful rhino and that makes for a perfect day out.
Living in London can be pretty fast paced, but knowing I have my braai to look forward to in the evening always makes me happy. It’s a way of me getting back to South Africa, even if it’s only for a few hours
Braai Masters proved to be an excellent day, with the teams throwing some different meat on the braai. With the final looming in the future, I for one am very excited.
Living in London? Get in shape with Saffa in Wimbledon Chad Smith and CRS Training using an ancient Russian secret
Despite the positive role Khayelitsha band Warongx and their Khayelitsha Music Academy play in the community, official and formal support for them is largely absent.
St. Peter’s Church in Notting Hill will be hosting this unique fundraising event in aid of the Quartet of Peace project. Classic music lovers are in for a treat
Steve Hofmeyr’s new album will feature a portion of ‘Die Stem’, which he says is in response to a request by his fans
In the midst of that hectic schedule I caught a few minutes with the lady herself to learn more about her background, her career to date and future plans
The charismatic SA actor has been cast for an exciting new TV project. With the chief distribution channel being the Sony PlayStation, he continues with following trends and innovations in the entertainment industry
What the hell are the food safety ‘gurus’ on about in Britain? Can you imagine anyone cooking their food in an oven before throwing it on the braai?
Award-winning South African acoustic guitarist Guy Buttery played to a full house at the Green Note, Camden’s hot jazz club where only the best perform
Born in the Eastern Cape and raised in Cape Town’s Khayelitsha (South Africa’s third largest township) Sindiso Joya has taken it upon himself to take braaing to a whole new level in the UK.
South African pop music finds an impressive ambassador in the form of Cape Town’s Beatenberg, who celebrate the release of their album “The Hanging Gardens of Beatenberg” on Universal Music.
Broadway Theatre presents the London African Gospel Choir’s full stage performance complete with singers, dancers and musicians