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Baking For Beginners: Easy Recipes To Master During Lockdown

Make Some Muffins When it comes to easy bake recipes, making muffins is perhaps one of the simplest recipes you can follow and not mess up (unless you get the ingredient measurements COMPLETELY wrong!) And best of all, there's a wide variety of recipes for you to try, depending on flavours you prefer. But to […]

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Simply Majestic Nursery

Nature's Majesty Simply Majestic Garden Centre and Restaurant in Germiston is a well-hidden wonderland. If you happen to stumble across it, then prepare yourself to be impressed. Their garden centre welcomes you with the scent of blooms and earthy soil. You can find all your garden needs here, from tools, to potting soil, fertiliser and […]

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Indulge in High Tea at Level Four Restaurant

54 on Bath The Tsogo Sun 54 on Bath Hotel is located within the leafy suburb of Rosebank. A short distance from the popular Rosebank Mall and The Zone @ Rosebank, this urban hotel offers luxury at its very best. The hotel restaurant, Level Four, is a favourite among guests and visitors. Their menu is […]

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Cosy Up At Fiddlewoods Restaurant

Fiddlewoods Restaurant Let me begin this foodie feature by making one thing clear - Fiddlewoods Restaurant is not going to be everyone's cup of tea. This cosy cafe is the furthest possible thing from a trendy hipster bistro (if you are looking for Insta worthy milkshakes and giant burgers, pop down the road to Hudsons […]

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Cosy Up At Fiddlewoods Restaurant

Fiddlewoods Restaurant Let me begin this foodie feature by making one thing clear - Fiddlewoods Restaurant is not going to be everyone's cup of tea. This cosy cafe is the furthest possible thing from a trendy hipster bistro (if you are looking for Insta worthy milkshakes and giant burgers, pop down the road to Hudsons […]

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Lifestyles of Victorian Joburg's Rich and Famous

What Is It? Travel back in time and follow the tale of rags to riches, hard work and the comforts that were enjoyed by the privileged few in the ramshackle colonial outpost of Johannesburg. Thomas Cullinan arrived in the city in 1887, as a humble bricklayer, but by 1896 he was able to build The […]

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