Grace Stevens – Basics to Ask Your Wedding Cake Baker
Megan Nugent | May 12 2021

Grace Stevens – Basics to Ask Your Wedding Cake Baker

Your wedding day presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to create an almost ethereally happy experience. One that will be captured in all its splendour by the expert eye of a fantastic photographer and imprinted in the memories of friends and family for eternity. The jewel in this celebratory crown is, of course, the momentous wedding cake, glistening with a sparkle only rivalled by the happiness in the lucky couple’s eyes.

M Megan Nugent
What To Expect From Digital In 2021
Desirée Gullan | February 4 2021

What To Expect From Digital In 2021

Many marketing professionals were unprepared for the digital revolution that came with the 2020 global lockdown and the urgent need for businesses and organisations to pivot to digital.

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3 Ways To Generate Extra Income
Tebogo | February 4 2021

3 Ways To Generate Extra Income

The experts at CM Trading Partners suggest that, even though times are tough, making extra income is easier than you might think.

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Rediscover Durban Safely This Season
Msawakhe Mayisela | December 9 2020

Rediscover Durban Safely This Season

Durban believes local and domestic citizens have the power to reignite the tourism sector but must do so safely and responsibly, starting this festive season.

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40% of South Africans "anxious” in a mask
Anele Motha | October 13 2020

40% of South Africans "anxious” in a mask

Research shows that 40% of South Africans find wearing a face-mask makes them anxious and 61% said it makes communication very difficult. We created a series of viral videos to address this. Wearing a face mask is one of the few weapons we have against the spread of COVID. Yet some people are not wearing masks as much as they should or not at all.

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SA's plastic recycling figures released
Monique Holtzhausen | October 13 2020

SA's plastic recycling figures released

Plastics SA, the umbrella body representing the entire South African plastics industry, has just released the plastics recycling figures for the year ending December 2019. According to Anton Hanekom, Plastics|SA’s Executive Director, a detailed survey into the state of the country’s plastics recycling industry is conducted annually by Annabé Pretorius of Plastix 911 - an independent consultant who has an unsurpassable knowledge of the industry and has formed a wide network of recyclers with whom she conducts one-on-one interviews.

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Nothing like a “Cuppa Joes at Granny’s”
Steven J Brown | October 6 2020

Nothing like a “Cuppa Joes at Granny’s”

Not sure about you but, here at Granny Mouse Country House and Spa, we all love our cuppa Joes to kick start the glorious mornings in the heart of in the Midlands.

S Steven J Brown
Must-know Tips To Prevent Car Battery Failure
Annie Hodes | October 5 2020

Must-know Tips To Prevent Car Battery Failure

When a motorist purchases a car, they usually don't give much thought to the battery that will power their vehicle and drive them to work, university, the shops, visit loved ones and make new memories. Battery manufacturers do.

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Light up your braai
Contributor | September 15 2020

Light up your braai

Braaing is the South African way of gathering together with good friends and good food to celebrate the good life. The key to hosting the perfect braai is working together – with togetherness being one of the many aspects that make our country so unique.

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Converse Donation to Surfers Not Street Children
Chiara Osman | July 29 2020

Converse Donation to Surfers Not Street Children

With Converse’s positive buildup of CSI projects, the brand explored the concept of showing its support in other ways, dabbling with a creative stroke. Converse celebrated a donation of R50 000 made to the Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) known as Surfers Not Street Children in Durban, KZN.

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Cracked Heels - Prevention & Home Remedies
Steven J Brown | July 7 2020

Cracked Heels - Prevention & Home Remedies

For many people, cracked heels are a common foot problem all year round. They’re not only rough, but also can be uncomfortable, potentially affecting the way you stand and walk.

S Steven J Brown
Why you should avoid jumpstarting a modern car
Contributor | July 3 2020

Why you should avoid jumpstarting a modern car

Like most electronics, a power surge can cause damage to the electronic systems of a modern car. A seemingly well-meaning jumpstart can cause said power surge and impact the effectiveness of onboard computers, safety systems, damage the engine and be the result of expensive repairs.

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Swimsuit Trends for the Upcoming Summer
Courtney Flury | June 26 2020

Swimsuit Trends for the Upcoming Summer

It may feel like we’re not going anywhere for awhile, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t brighter days ahead- and who says we can’t wear our swimsuits around the house?

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Celebrating Youth Day with Engen’s Simone Leeuw
Samantha | June 16 2020

Celebrating Youth Day with Engen’s Simone Leeuw

Simone Leeuw, who matriculated from Fairvale Secondary School and grew up in Wentworth, South Durban, an area known for its many socio-economic challenges is an inspiration to many in her community. “My personal philosophy is happiness and success are your choice,” says Simone.

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Top tips for online safety for your kids
Teresa Settas | June 12 2020

Top tips for online safety for your kids

Lately, home schooling has become the norm, much to the distress of many parents, children and teachers struggling to manage a new and unfamiliar remote teaching experience. If you are lucky enough to have internet access at home, especially fibre internet connectivity with its stability and great bandwidth, the online learning experience becomes a lot easier and there is a plethora of excellent content to make your child’s education experience interactive, exciting and manageable.

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7 Golden Winter Skincare Rules
Steven J Brown | June 9 2020

7 Golden Winter Skincare Rules

With Winter fast approaching, now is the time to start changing your skincare routines. We all know the harsh winds and cold temperatures can challenge your skin, not to mention any added stress factors.

S Steven J Brown
Unique and quirky wedding day
Steven J Brown | June 8 2020

Unique and quirky wedding day

Weddings are always such a special time and every bridal couple is looking for that little something extra that will make their weddings stand out from the rest.

S Steven J Brown
Farewell Gambit
Steven J Brown | April 20 2020

Farewell Gambit

Today (April 20, 2020) the SAAMBR team situated at uShaka Marine World is mourning the death of Gambit, our beloved bottlenose dolphin who passed away this afternoon.

S Steven J Brown