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Random Harvest Indigenous Nursery

Random Harvest Indigenous Nursery Tucked Away among Hectares of rich farmland and grasslands, on the doorstep of Johannesburg, Pretoria, Sandton and Krugersdorp, is the leafy oasis of Random Harvest Indigenous Nursery. Here, there is a sincere commitment to indigenous plants and helping clients live a greener lifestyle. The nursery is laid out along meandering pathways and each specimen is meticulously...


Bluecollarwhitecollar For Locally Designed and made shirts for men and women that fit beautifully and look fabulous, look no further than Bluecollarwhitecollar, which has moved from Parkhurst to The Zone@Rosebank in Joburg. The brainchild of two Cape Town lads – ‘blue collar’ Paul van der Spuy (who loves motorbikes, cars, jeans and tees) and 'white collar’ Adrian Heneke (a keen golfer who...

Thrupps (Grocery store)

Thrupps Illovo Centre With wide selection of local and internationally sourced gourmet goodies & vibrant Atmosphere and , it’s no wonder Thrupps has been considered Joburg’s grocer of distinction for the past 115 years. Consistent, reliable service and an emphasis on quality mean that Thrupps offers South Africans the closest possible experience to Harrods of London on local soil. But this...

Property Table View

We sell residential property in the greater Blouberg area Cape Town, including Table View, Parklands, Sunningdale, Big Bay and Melkbos


Trollbeads The original since 1976. Create beautiful jewellery and remind yourself of your African adventure. Choose interchangeable beads that have meaning to you, hand-crafted in Murano glass, sterling silver and 18 carat gold.


Woodheads Cape town’s original leather merchant zebra, nguni springbok & other African game-skins hand crafted leather products tools & shoe care. 2 min walk from the district six museum towards the castle.

Carne SA

Carne SA Vegetarians might want to avoid Carne which is of course Italian for meat (also, physical needs and desires - coincidence? We don't think so). Some people get squeamish, but for carnivores, the show and tell platters of the different and more unusual cuts available, like hanger steak, are helpful and could lead to you ordering something other than the usual filler or...

Savoy Cabbage

This is a great place for gracious fine dining without the stuffiness — the double volume space seamlessly fuses cabbage motifs and chandeliers with steel and exposed wall. The menu changes often but what remains constant is a dedication to sublime flavour combinations and an emphasis on meaty dishes, with lots of game. The signature tomato tart is legendary - all sweet...

Bizerca Bistro

Run by French chef Laurent Deslandes and his South African-born wife Cyrillia, this bistro burst onto the local restaurant scene two years ago and has been consistently scooping up awards ever since. Laurent's focus is on traditional French bistro fare, which changes seasonally, and he is already famous for his signature dish of pig trotters, shredded and parcelled in...

The Rainbow Experience

This lovely store's design is dedicated to the life and struggles of Nelson Mandela. Here you will find everything from South African writing to leather handbags, jewellery, be ad work, paintings, clothes and more. It's the perfect place to buy souvenirs to take back home, or to find something special for yourself- It's also the perfect opportunity to give something back...

Loud on Long

Pop by this trendy little local-loving shop for goodies that are not just your run-of-the-mill, tacky curios. What originally started as a music store is now a hip haven of Afro streetwear and designer crafts (with a focus on goods made from recycled materials), but you'll also find a selection of local tunes. Look out for the surreal greeting gards and stock up on cheeky...

African Image

African Image You’ll find all types of African craft at this emporium – everything from rubber chickens to tin cars, photographic prints and township-inspired keepsakes. But if you're looking for more valuable keepsakes and collectibles, you will most certainly find them here. Just ask owner Harry Sithole: he has a wealth of knowledge about what is hip and happening on the continent....

African Music Store

For a taste of the sounds that rock the continent, head for this fascinating store that celebrates South African sounds along with a myriad artists from around Africa. A great stop if you're looking for a souvenir that won't take up a lot of space. Hours: 9.00am-6.00pm Mon-Fri; 9.00am-2.00pm Sat.

African Women's Trading Market

This authentic market is awash with African crafts, trinkets and collectibles — from jewellery to masks, carvings and drums. Look out for sculptures to take home, tin toys and ornaments and cloths from further up north too. Hours: 9.00am-8.00pm daily. No: Credit Cards are accepted.

210 on Long

Combining fair trade and independent retail principles, this charming little shopping precinct is a feel- and do-good destination. At shops like the much-loved local label Hemporium to places like the Imba Yehvu Art Initiative and Beer Monkey, with its cheeky tees, shoppers help small businesses realise their potential. Hours: 10.00am-6.00pm Mon-Fri; 10.00am-4.00pm Sat.