During lockdown one of the toughest things we had to cope with was the death of little Molly.
I catch up with author and urban farmer Jane Griffiths, who lives in a 114-year-old house in Auckland Park, Johannesburg
If you’re keen to promote ethical, sustainable and conscious local businesses, tag Green Route ZA and I’ll do my best to share your news. Sharing is Caring and we’re in this for the long haul.
Our Wonderbag is working hard with four of us working from home and winter on its way.
We’ve completed Week 1 of the lockdown in South Africa and, so far, it’s been a week of firsts. The first time I’ve been in lockdown. The first time dogs in our neighbourhood have stopped barking since we moved here 20 years ago. Birds are singing. There’s very little noise from the M3 freeway. It’sContinue reading “Lockdown Life: Week 1 and counting down in the new normal: Green Route”
There’s something about Muizenberg that draws me to its cafes, streets and beach and I go there a lot
Relax with some eco-conscious online shopping and you’ll get discounts unique to Green Route ZA
Hotelier and travel author Bridget Hilton-Barber (from the Ministry of Fabulousness) traces a green-spirited route through Haenertsburg in the Magoebaskloof
Your Zero-Waste tour of Cape Town continues at Shop Zero in Woodstock
Your Green Route ZA Zero-Waste tour of Cape Town continues at The Daily Goods Store in Muizenberg. The Daily Goods Store is at 29 Palmer Road