Trying to live up to the blog’s motto of always procrastinating productively, myself and Ingrid Heydenrych ventured into Cape Town this week with high expectancies of living The Big City Life while doing an internship at NetNuus, an online Afrikaans news platform.
To be fair, “internship” rather involved quietly doing our own work for Die Matie‘s youngest child, an app that posts short news updates throughout the day. Nevertheless, we got to hang out in the Media24 quarters, which is like heaven for us. Continue reading “A week in Cape Town”
Please welcome the latest monthly addition to the blog!
Every month, we will compile our favourites at the time. In April, we are focusing on our online favourites, ranging from social media accounts, blogs and online shops. Continue reading “Online Favourites: April”
Combining all your interests, your personal style and the name of your favourite animal to create a financially and generally-life-rewarding business – this is the real goal.
Tristyn Lee Biggs, a third-year student from Stellenbosch, founded Retro Panda in 2016 with the help of her boyfriend, Jean, and has been selling vintage clothes through the Facebook-page they created for the business ever since. Continue reading “Retro Panda”
The coolest kid on the block, the ultimate fashion icon, the model-without-knowing-its-beauty, the struggling artist… Cape Town has become one of my favourite places and I am constantly trying to feed the hunger I have for everything it has to offer (note: not just referring to food). Continue reading “Cape Town: The Real MVP”