‘Born and bred’ for business, Simola’s Avril Kaschula believes the benefits of golf estate development on the Garden Route are far-reaching, boosting tourism and creating jobs and opportunities for local communities.
For nearly a billion years, ozone molecules in the atmosphere have protected life on Earth from the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays. Over the past 60 years man’s activities have contributed to a thinning of this protective layer, but ozone continues to do its healing job. Now, its power is being harnessed.
Sewing, a skill passed from mother to daughter for decades, has become a dying art in today’s throw-away culture, but a handful of Garden Route women are very successfully expressing their creativity in fabric and thread.
Close finish in final cook-off of South’s Tasting Eden competition
More and more Garden Route residents are discovering the boundless rewards of permaculture – on farms, in guest house gardens and in small vegetable patches.
The age-old art of charcuterie has taken hold on the Garden Route – there is a growing number of fleischmeisters and foodies making ethically produced cured meats using traditional methods.
Drawing inspiration from the biodiversity around them, two young Garden Route artists are producing sculptural work placing them in the vanguard of the region’s burgeoning creative talent.
A deal that has become legendary in shoe retailing circles led to the founding of a branded footwear empire which will soon be expanding to the rest of Africa.
Two Garden Route fitness fanatics have discovered that using their sporting talent to highlight the plight of others is a great motivator to up their performance.
A young Knysna entrepreneur is making waves in the international media production world