September 2018: 11 stories in 5 publications

A new season means more new stories for you to enjoy!

In business news, Fedhealth is revolutionising medical aid, the dti is empowering local entrepreneurs, and Fleur le Cordeur continues to bloom with its floral designs. Speaking of which, a new season means plenty to celebrate in Cape Town Travel Guide, from the best spring events and activities to the best restaurants in Sea Point and the best restaurants in the CBD, including CHEFS Cape Town, where there is no tipping because there are no waiters at all.

To celebrate Heritage Day, here’s where to find iconic South African dishes and desserts, the best local drinks for spring, and details on how to experience township tourism with DiscoverIkasi. Other trips this month include a luxury stay at Abalone House in Paternoster, a sailing adventure in Walvis Bay, and a Garden Route weekend at Fancourt in George. Happy travels!

This month’s book recommendation is The Alexandria Quartet, in which Lawrence Durrell writes this apt quote for spring:

“The seeds of future events are carried within ourselves. They are implicit in us and unfold according to the laws of their own nature.”

What seeds will you plant for your future today?

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Exploring the Klein Karoo (Copyright: Eugene Yiga)
Exploring the Klein Karoo (Copyright: Eugene Yiga)