Foodie

Keeping a community’s traditions alive through cooking

Fatima Sydow was raised to celebrate and share in the traditions of her neighbours. She has managed to turn this and her love of...

Can a South African feast on fried snakes on a stick?

Lindsay Jefthas is a mathematics teacher who lives and works in Beijing, China. After graduating university with a bachelor’s degree in education he taught...

To Karen cooking simply is like breathing

While some people are born with an instant love for all things edible, food writer Karen Hart discovered her passion by accident. Thirty-seven years...

No end in sight for SA’s love affair with potatoes

Are potatoes South Africa’s favourite veg? It certainly seems like it, based on how inflation-proof our demand for this versatile vegetable is. Despite increases in...

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Stock theft: North West condemns busted colleague

The North West department of agriculture and rural development has condemned the actions of one of their own senior colleagues who stand accused of...

Brucellosis & Covid: A parallel vaccine drive is crucial

If we are to successfully avert a coronavirus-esque impact of brucellosis on the beef value chain and spare half a million jobs in a...

Black chefs and the soul food that connects SA & USA

Ask anybody on the street and they will tell you that "soul food" is the pinnacle of African American culture. They even made a...

Recipe: A truly presidential pea soup

Autumn is fast approaching, making way for soup season. Break out your cauldron and start soup season with a bang, with a recipe by American...

Engineering graduate gets a leg up to farming success

Africa Mafela thought that he was meant to be an electrical engineer, but the profession didn’t seem to agree with him. After struggling unsuccessfully...