Things to do in Cape Town, the Helderberg, and the Cape Winelands

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Pick ‘n Pay’s Stikeez are Splashing back into Action!

Oh dear. Those hit squishy toys from Pick ‘n Pay that so enthralled the kids so last year are back… and this time they’re rising up from the depths! Right. Same story as last year, if you head out and… Continue Reading →

Say hello to Monopoly Mzansi

So, Monopoly Mzansi, South Africa’s very own Monopoly board game is now finally here! Hasbro’s Monopoly, which has now celebrated its 81st brand birthday, has been enjoyed by over a billion people worldwide and now South Africans will have the… Continue Reading →

Hasbro has you Covered this Holiday Season

A pretty cool blogger drop arrived at my door yesterday, an early Christmas present in the form of three awesome toys for the girls from Hasbro. My Little Pony, Play-Doh, and Nerf – and you already know just how much… Continue Reading →

Paint is Dead: Vinyl Applications are In!

Every sensible car owner knows chopping and changing out the original colour of their vehicle is an uninformed act of pure idiocy on the driver’s part. However, more and more individuals are enjoying the luxury of changing the colour of… Continue Reading →

8 Ways A Condom Can Save Your Life

Condoms have been included in survival kits for quite some time already. They have been used primarily as an expendable water container but this guide will show you a few more uses that you may not have thought of. Here… Continue Reading →

L-Tido releases brand new album ‘All of Me’ with a Hot Video

After a long wait, L-Tido finally drops his awaited new album ‘All of me’ which is inspired by personal circumstances and situations that his friends and family have gone through in the last year. He’s laced the current hip hop… Continue Reading →

Where to stay at Victoria Falls: The Royal Livingstone Hotel

Look no further when searching for Victoria Falls accommodation: The Royal Livingstone Hotel is the best Victoria Falls Hotel you can stay at. This 5-star hotel is steeped in African tradition – yet hints of European influences can be felt… Continue Reading →

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