Spaces


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 »
Visit South Africa’s Twin Peaks District
Here’s a look at affordable ways to take a weekend break from the city and explore some gems in and along the Panorama Route in Mpumalanga. read more »
Johannesburg's Best Outdoor Spaces
The City of Gold can be daunting for pedestrians. Unlike Paris or New York – cities where you can amble out of an underground train station and wander off in any direction... read more »
Karoobaix
All gravel for dirt bikes - Stan Engelbrecht tells his story of the Karoobaix. read more »
Locally-Made, With Love
Shaded by acacia trees and surrounded by roses and cycads, Munch Café is an unpretentious and welcoming space that reminds you to slow down. read more »
Hillbrow Now
I first visited Hillbrow in March 2011 on a tour with the Joburg Photowalkers. Seven years later, my memories of that walk are fuzzy. But I do remember it was the first time I went to the Hillbrow Boxing Club. read more »