The PanGoPod is a go-anywhere tiny home and when I was writing a story about tiny homes in South Africa Dr Pete Laver, the creator of the PanGoPod invited me to try out the PanGoPod for a night. Finally, I would see for myself what tiny house living was like
Seven eco-activists map a route to their favourite eco-friendly spaces including eateries and nurseries.
A year since lockdown in SA. And time to catch up and post some photos of green spaces and places in and around Cape Town.
Slow Food ambassador Spha Mabaso, 27, grows organic enterprise in Mpophomeni
During lockdown one of the toughest things we had to cope with was the death of little Molly.
This week I chat to Kelly Wiltshire McQue author of At Home With Cannabis
When we arrived at the Old Rectory the first thing I did once we’d checked in to our private garden apartment with its own terrace was go looking for the swimmer girl.
Urban Foxglove Garden Design and Essentially Obs Co-op have teamed up to bring you a combination of specialty indoor and edible plants and a new space to showcase the behind the scenes of the already existing creative and multi-skilled Obs community.
In this week’s Lockdown Life I chat to Carmen Life, one of four women from the neighbourhood who have opened a co-op in Obs
By Rushka Johnson in Port Elizabeth I am 43, and grew up all around South Africa, from Cape Town, to Mmabatho, Mafikeng, Clarens – where we lived mostly in the wild, barefoot and roaming the hills – Bethlehem with an old horse named Billy and living off fruit, King William’s town and then at 17,Continue reading “Meet PE’s seed saver and coffee maker Rushka Johnson: Green Route”