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Memorable Moments in Springbok Rugby World Cup History

Every four years South Africans across the globe come together to don their green-and-gold and support the Springboks, hoping to cheer them on to win the final match of the Rugby World Cup.  No matter where we are or what we’re doing, for the 80 minutes that our team...

Make the most of Malva Pudding

Wherever you are living in the world, there is nothing more delicious on a cold winter’s night than tucking into a bowl of delicious Malva Pudding and custard. If you want to make it really authentic – order some Koo apricot jam from your local South African Shop and...

World Cup Rugby 2019: South Africa vs Italy

Italy and South Africa rugby union teams first met in 1995 and now 24 years later, South Africa will be playing Italy in the Rugby World Cup on the 4th of October at the Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, Shizuoka Prefecture at 11.45am local time. This match will form part of...

South African Inheritances and Tax: What’s the Deal?

Right now you’re probably just a South African living abroad but because death is inevitable, you know that there’s the possibility of an inheritance back home in your future.  Another fact of life that is as inevitable as death? Taxes. So whether you’ve just...

Don Pedro – a uniquely South African dessert

The don pedro is a dessert that you enjoy through a straw and it has gained fame around the world. Everyone should have a South African recipe for a don pedro, so you can whip up a don pedro to enjoy – whether after a braai or a formal evening meal. It’s so versatile,...

James Small: Memories of a South African Springbok legend

The whole of South Africa reeled in shock on the 10th of July 2019, when the news was announced that James Small had passed away due to a heart attack at the age of just 50. As a charismatic member of the triumphant Rugby World Cup squad from 1995, James Small had a...

Top 7 South African Springbok rugby legends

When it comes to choosing famous South African rugby players who have formed part of the national Springbok squad, the list could go on and on as we have so many players who have more than proved their worth on the field. So please excuse us if your favourite player...

Bunny Chow Recipe

If you are ever looking up traditional South African meals, you are bound to arrive at a reference to Bunny Chow. Bunny Chow is a traditional Durban dish and its origins are as hotly debated as some its spicy ingredients. For more about this versatile delicious dish...

Famous South African: Remembering Johnny Clegg

Singer, songwriter, human rights activist, also known as “The White Zulu”… Johnny Clegg, one of South Africa’s most celebrated music artists. Sadly, he will no longer be able to entertain large crowds with his infectious music. His voice is still, but his music lives...

Is Summer picnic’s still relevant?

If you are living in the northern hemisphere and planning to enjoy the sunshine outdoors with a picnic, you might like to add a South African flavour to your outdoor meal with these picnic recipes for South African finger food. If you are living in South Africa, you...

US Open Tennis

If tennis is your thing, then you will be eagerly anticipating the US Open Tennis, which is taking place this year from 26 August – 8 September. To find out more about the US Open Tennis Tournament and why it’s such an anticipated event in the annual tennis calendar,...

The Ultimate day-long braai session

Ask any South African and they would agree; Braaiing needn’t just be about ‘wors’ and some chops. You can really get experimental when it comes to cooking on the braai and delicious braai recipes can take you from breakfast in the morning all the way through to a...

How did they get there? Ten runners, ten countries over ten days

If you are proudly South African, you will want to know about another incredible South African who took on 10 countries – by foot – in just ten days. Wandisile Nongodlwana and nine other runners from around the world ran as one team, covering a marathon distance every...

Who else wants to enjoy Hockey

The Fédération Internationale de Hockey sur Gazon, otherwise known as the FIH Pro hockey league is due to be playing their Grand final in the Netherlands between June 27 and June 30 at the Wagener Stadium in Amsterdam. In this article we will explore the history of...

Living abroad – what about my South African family trust?

Ever wondered what will happen to your South African family trust money if you are a South African resident abroad and a beneficiary of South African trust? Well, you are not alone. Once South Africans have settled abroad, they start making plans to access their South...

Answered: Your more burning questions about ICC Cricket World Cup

This year’s ICC Cricket World Cup is the 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup and will be hosted by England and Wales, with the first match scheduled to be played at The Kennington Oval, London on 30 May and the final at Lords on the 15th of July. The tournament will...

At Last. The secret to buttermilk scones is revealed

There is nothing more delicious than sitting down to a delicious buttermilk scone and a hot cup of Rooibos Tea. Scones have a long and proud history and the addition of buttermilk to the traditional scone recipe adds an extra touch of flavour. In this article we...

Who else wants to know the mystery behind Quinton de Kock?

Quinton de Kock’s incredible glove work and fearless striking have earned him many accolades and comparisons early on his career to great players like Adam Gilchrist and Mark Boucher.  He has also been labelled the hottest ODI (One Day International ) player by being...

Famous South African: Jan van der Westhuizen

Jan van der Westhuizen, author and chef, is one of South Africa’s well-known celebrities gaining fame as South Africa’s first Michelin-star chef. For four consecutive years his eatery JAN in Nice France has won a prestigious Michelin star, with the most recent one...

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