THE ‘FOR GOOD’ MAGAZINE

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How to be a hands-on dad
Some may be rather daunted at the prospect of becoming a dad. This could be especially so if your example of fathering was less than ideal. Thankfully much of how you parent can be learnt - and there’s a lot of choice involved. Here are a few steps to get you started. read more »
Hidden Gems: Lanseria and Muldersdrift
You’ve probably driven past it twenty times without the faintest inkling it was there. Set within an industrial development (The Lanseria Centre) that borders Lanseria Airport, Culinary Table hides in plain sight. “Strange location” I hear you utter, well there’s a story behind that… read more »
The Other Georgia On My Mind
Photojournalist Ian McNaught Davis went looking for a photograph in Georgia but found a home instead. read more »
When Wine Becomes Wild
Wine takes on a whole new sensory dimension in artist Audrey Anderson’s hands. We chatted to her about the creative process behind her wine paintings. read more »
Second Time Around
We explore a few of Jozi's antique and thrift shops read more »
Tour of Ara: The Story
My exploration on the back of my Alpina went very well, and when the dirt roads were smooth the going was great. No cars, hardly any people, and fantastic little towns to punctuate the silence. Karoo hospitality and fantastic food. The Tour of Ara was born. read more »
Galata Bakery & Coffee
Owner of the Galata Bakery & Coffee Shop, Savas Daskan, visited a few African countries before deciding to settle in Johannesburg... read more »
Signature Dish: Little Addis
Join Kate Liquorish as she meets Kassa Gebrehana, chef and owner of Little Addis in Maboneng. read more »
Breezeblock
Breezeblock, Brixton’s new neighbourhood café, is a bit of a remixed tribute to all that's good about 70s suburbia. It has a laid-back, welcoming vibe – the kind that makes it hard to just pop in for a quick coffee – it warrants staying a little while longer. read more »
Always look on the Brightside
The story of chef James Diack’s farm-to-table ethos. CNN food and travel writer Evelyn Chen asked ten of the world’s most illustrious chefs for their food-trend predictions for 2017. read more »
Bobby Merkel at the Afrikan Freedom Station
Jazz saxophonist Bobby Merkel, known as one of the greats on the Sophiatown music scene, chats to us about his beginnings as a muso. read more »
A Tale of Three Joburg Pools
As part of a group art project, I’m currently in the midst of an informal tour of Joburg public pools. The three pools I’ve visited so far paint an interesting picture of Joburg’s cultural diversity. read more »

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