“Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence.” So begins the poem Desiradata (necessary or highly desirable items) by Max Ehrmann. While to many a sleek, powerful coupé might be a desiradata, these mighty machines are all but placid.
Paying automotive homage to all things desirable is a […]
‘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 that pushed both updated heritage food and the village of Prince Albert into the culinary prime time.
Winter is exploration season in southern Africa. It is also the perfect time to enjoy one of the granddaddies of road trip culture, Land Rover, which this year celebrates 25 years of the Discovery.
A qualified luthier from George has put together a course in which almost anybody can make a top quality acoustic guitar from scratch in just 16 days.
The Eden to Addo Great Corridor Hike is an epic, 400km trek through moist forests and spectacular gorges, across mountain ranges and rivers – and it’s all for conservation.
The world of luxury is full of experiences that captivate the senses. Richard Webb reports on the BMW South Africa Eurostyle Tour, and returns convinced that South Africans are adding to a new level of sensory indulgence.
Can racing technology meet directly with high-performance cars for the street? Richard Webb track-tests Mercedes-Benz AMG’s finest to find out.
Henry Ford once said there is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman right down, simply by spending his money somewhere else. He was talking about choice.
Known for its sunny beaches and nature trails, the area also offers a few choice new activities.
The benefits of diesel powered cars – fuel efficiency and real world drivability – have yet to persuade South Africans to make the switch from petrol, but world sales of diesel cars are on the rise as they boldly enter the age of sporty luxury.