Articles by Zoe

Fête de la Musique

When I woke up on the 27th of July, I had no real plans. Just the usual sort, you know get up, go buy junk and wine and get back inside my bed and await a sports game that’d be playing later on that day so I can go to…

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Nelson Mandela Day ’13

It’s Madiba’s birthday and it is a National, née International known that we give 67 minutes on this day to give back, do something inspiring, be better. For this Day, and because I have failed to do anything explicityly charitable, I’ve decided to use the gift I have. I am a…

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Burpple Food News ’13

Burpple launches food-themed search engine on the Web “Burpple has graduated from being a mobile-only food-themed photo sharing app to launch on the Web as a food search engine, as it seeks to monetize its services via collaborations with restaurants.” Because food is awesome! Read all about it here 🙂…

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Birthday Cake – Part II & III

Kitcheners for Comedy. See what I did there? Alliteration, baby 😉 For phase II of my birthday, my psycho friend Flav took us to Braamfontein, to a little place where all the little cool, ‘worldly’ children hang out on Tuesdays for laughs. I’ve been to Kitcheners before and it was…

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Birthday Cake ’13 – Part I

Just a P.S, The following sub-title is not a Lana Del Ray song. It’s just a list of stuff that featured on my birthday. But I understand the confusion if there is any – it’s totally the same formula Lana uses to name her songs. Let’s proceed. Pizza. Wine. Beyonce….

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Get Dirty ’13

Don’t worry – this is nothing inappropriate. It’s just a clever play on words Converse used to refer to their massive jam at Mary Fitzgerald Square in the greater Jhb. I’m not sure if I’d planned on going all the way to Jozi to jam or I just had the…

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6 MYTHS ABOUT RENEWABLE ENERGY, BLOWN AWAY

The evidence is in: Renewable energy is viable, reliable, and ready to go – all that’s missing is the political will to kick start an energy revolution in South Africa. On this page we’ve grouped some of the most common myths about renewable energy, explaining why they are just that – myths…

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Oppikoppi ’12

August you dirty old thing, you have brought much drama and confusion into my life (all pronounced excitement). Every year this month I go to the super festival that is on a hill in a faraway dusty land with thorn bushes and a city of tents, our source of life,…

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