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The Roving Bantu

Join us on Thursday 20 July for an evening in Africa at Roving Bantu

On Thursday 20 July 2017 we will be enjoying a three course African meal from local ingredients at the Roving Bantu prepared by our hosts Sifiso Ntuli and Ashley Heron. We will enjoy an African meal with lively sounds and good company. Looking forward to you joining us! Event details: Date: Thursday 20 July 2017 […]

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Slow Meat Festival Durban

Slow Meat Festival Durban 30 July 2016

Don’t miss the Slow Meat Festival in Durban on 30 July 2017 Enjoy this exciting event featuring: 10 Local Chefs expertly preparing 20 cuts of Nguni Beef Vote for your favourite dish of the day. Winning chef will adopt a small scale farmer and donate event proceeds Ticket includes six courses – five from primary […]

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Rex Union Orange

Celebrate Father’s Day with a difference: relaxing picnic lunch and picking of Rex Union oranges

It is citrus month and we have a special event for Father’s day to celebrate these fruits in a countryside setting. Enjoy a Father’s Day with a difference in the Magalies on Sunday 18 June 2017. Bring the whole family and join in the picking of Rex Union oranges followed by a picnic lunch between […]

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Slow Food Johannesburg AGM

Slow Food Johannesburg 2017 AGM Wednesday 17 May with guest speaker Anna Trapido

Slow Food Johannesburg AGM: Wednesday 17 May 2017 Members and guests are invited to join us in this year’s Slow Food Johannesburg Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 17 May 2017 at March restaurant, Melrose Arch. A special evening is planned for this year’s Slow Food Johannesburg AGM following a momentous past year which we will […]

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Slow Meat Durban Eat-in Featuring Zulu Mutton

Sunday 31st July 2016 12h00 – 16h00 Durban Country Club Following on the success of last years Beef event, Slow Meat returns this year with another exciting event featuring indigenous mutton. 10 KZN celebrity chefs cooking 10 different cuts Comparative tasting between Zulu and commercially grown mutton. 12 artisan producers selling handcrafted products and fresh produce […]

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10 000 Gardens For Africa – Why not 10 000 For South Africa

With the past years drought, food security is severely threatened and the need to find ways of alleviating the plight of many thousands of poor and unemployed people should be the concern of us all.  The discovery that right on our doorstep many people are working to help themselves is a revelation and something Slow […]

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