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TREND WATCH


FOOD FOR LIFE


The moringa tree is the most nutrient-rich plant known to science. It contains more than 90 nutrients, 46 antioxidants and 18 amino acids, off ering a host of health benefi ts. Nutrition company Moringa Wellness has created a range of fruit bars, spreads, drinks, powders and supplements using southern African indigenous natural plant extracts. All the products are 100% natural, with no added sugar or preservatives. Visit: www.moringa-wellness.com


CULTURAL CONNECTIONS Leave the hustle and bustle of the city


behind and immerse yourself in an authentic cultural experience. KwaZulu- Natal-based tour company Beyond Zulu


Experience off ers guests the opportunity to experience a stay at a traditional Zulu homestead, where you can learn how to


brew traditional beer, visit local schools, partake in community services or attend traditional ceremonies. In the evenings, you can listen to the elders share


folklore or enjoy the traditional dancing. You’ll leave with a deeper understanding of the Biyela people, who are directly related to the Zulu royal house. Visit: www.zuluexperience.co.za


COME WINE WITH US Food and wine pairings are being


taken to new heights with Come Wine With Us – gatherings that bring together people from all over SA to enjoy stimulating conversation, amazing wine and fantastic food. These fabulous foodie events aim to showcase revered and emerging South African wine estates and restaurants. Regular events are hosted in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Pretoria. Visit: www.comewinewithus.co.za


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