By now, whether you follow me on Twitter/Instagram or you just read my blog, you’ll know that just over a year ago i made the move to Johannesburg from Cape Town. Having lived in Cape Town my entire life, i knew that place better than the back of my hand! I had my regular drinking spots, and chill spots, and party spots… i had friends at every spot too.
Moving to a new city means you have to start from scratch. I must say, i’m a stubborn thing, so I still haven’t really found the right “spots” in this town. I’m hoping that Smirnoff can help me change that with their new website: ExploreTheNight.com.
It's finally here! The legendary Synergy Live has returned to Cape Town and Johannesburg this weekend, and i hope you're ready! I was ridiculously bummed that i couldn't make last year's festival (i had
Comedian, actor and all-round crazy-person, Russell Brand, is currently embarking on his first ever world tour! And guess what… unlike most international performers, Russell actually seems to
There's a new kid on the block, and you're going to want to be friends with him. Trust me.
happy.me is a South African Bubble Tea shop that has opened in Greenside, JHB. The owners spent 3yrs developing
Vodacom has made the deal a little sweeter at VITC 2013! Free Wi-Fi for all Vodacom customers for the duration of the event.
When entering Mary Fitzgerald Square, you will have immediate access
The Kimberley Diamond Cup officially over, with a R5million prize purse being handed out to some of the worlds most talented skaters. Nyjah Huston won himself the R1 million first prize!
I'm not sure why there isn't a bigger deal made of this... we should all be jumping in cars and going on a roadtrip to Kimberley this weekend! The Kimberley Diamond Cup has been referened in media as the
By now you should know the deal, Vodacom In The City with Skunk Anansie, The Hives, alt-j, Boys Noize and more at Mary Fitzgerald Square! As promised, i've got another 2 sets of double tickets to give
Unlike the many colour festivals and colour runs that have become increasingly popular over recent months, Colour Me Crazy prides itself on the combination of both elements - with a 5km colour run,
Fender is essentially the brand that started it all! They offered the first mass-produced solid-body Spanish-style electric guitar, the first mass-produced electric bass, and the Stratocaster (Strat)