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Spring 2014
FREQUENCY: Quarterly

Athane Scholtz
I have come to be fascinated by grace: that gentle state so easily misunderstood in today’s hurried world, often wrongly attributed to a particular belief system and mistakenly associated with powerlessness or mindlessly conforming to convention. ... Read more
Life in the Garden Route


Classic Tsitsikamma
While the stormy seas and deep-green forests of the Tsitsikamma National Park have not changed much in its 50-year existence, nearly everything else has evolved...

The Real Beer Revolution
The growing following of craft beer is gaining momentum on the Garden Route, where several small-scale operations are attracting attention with innovative flavours and a sustainable approach...

Food For Thought
‘Kokkedoor is about sharing, to dine with others, living with the season and to fully enjoy the fruits of simplicity.’ So says Errieda du Toit, creator of the hit TV show...

A Garden In Eden
In the face of mounting financial challenges, local botanical enthusiasts remain the impetus behind the survival of the ecologically and historically important Garden Route Botanical Garden...

See The Forest For The Trees
The livelihood of thousands of people is hanging in the balance as the Garden Route’s oldest and one of its largest economic sectors, forestry, teeters on the brink of collapse...

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The Quiet Life
While some would presume the quiet life on a farm on the edge of nowhere would be lonely, Tinie Bekker does not agree.

Inspiring Life
Twenty-five years after her near-fatal 18-metre plunge down a stage lift shaft at the State Theatre in Pretoria, Gaynor Young has reinvented herself.

Flower Power
The Fragrance Route takes visitors on a journey to celebrate the coming summer while also bringing hope to the small village of Friemersheim outside Great Brak River.

Awareness Art
Calitzdorp artist Marinda Combrinck’s latest exhibition highlights the need for a better record of wildlife killed on South Africa’s highways and byways.

The Desirables
While to many a sleek, powerful coupé might be a desiradata, these mighty machines are all but placid.

Chantel Nienaber gives some handy tips and chooses ten essential items to make trail running safer and more enjoyable.





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