Zozi Tunzi Aromat

Fancy a dinner date with Zozi Tunzi and Aromat?

Aromat is set to host a ‘once in a lifetime’ virtual dining experience with Miss Universe, Zozi Tunzi and YOU could be joining her! “Whenever I have to put a grocery list together, I realise how much I miss home – when I can’t find the things I want. The other day I wanted Aromat, and I wanted Aromat so bad. Nobody could understand what … Continue reading Fancy a dinner date with Zozi Tunzi and Aromat?

Your Truth or Mine by Trisha Sakhlecha

I’m always intrigued by books with Indians as the main characters because there’s so much that I can relate to in the story. Even though the story is based between London and India there’s still little pops of familiarity throughout the book.  Genre and Themes I thought at first that this was a straightforward murder mystery but there is also a running theme of infidelity … Continue reading Your Truth or Mine by Trisha Sakhlecha

Under the African Sky

Goodbye school! Hello Summer Holidays!

It’s finally here! The day I have been patiently waiting for, for months! No no, it’s not Black Friday, though I have been waiting for that too! Today is the last day of school for the year. It has been a long year of early mornings, sitting in traffic, early bedtimes and just busy days overall. Now it’s time to wind down. It’s time to… … Continue reading Goodbye school! Hello Summer Holidays!

Making Black Friday work for you!

It’s almost that time of the year. Two of my favourite things come together – Sales and Planning!!! Black Friday used to make me panic just thinking of the queues and trolleys but now I ONLY shop online while wearing my pjs and drinking coffee in the comfort of my own bed. Every year I have a different game plan. One year it was to … Continue reading Making Black Friday work for you!

Book Review : The Longest March by Fred Khumalo – reviewed by Vasi Govender

When the lovely people at Penguin sent me this book to review, I just knew that my mum would enjoy it. She was a brilliant and dedicated History teacher for many, many years with a keen interest in South African History. It just so happened that she came to visit a few weeks ago and pilfered this book from my shelf, haha! So then she … Continue reading Book Review : The Longest March by Fred Khumalo – reviewed by Vasi Govender