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Starbucks Coffee Company to open in SA.

Taste Holdings, owners of the Domino's Pizza brand in South Africa and Arthur Kaplan Jewellers, announced yesterday that it had signed a deal with Starbucks Coffee Company to open full-format stores in South Africa.

15 July 2015 | Lifestyle

Africa designers gain global status

When Michelle Obama and Beyonce Knowles attended high-profile events in clothes made by African designers, it was a sure sign that the continent's vibrant style has arrived on the world stage.

6 February 2015 | Lifestyle

Chocolate snorting offers new cocoa high

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Number of breast tumour patients tripled

There has been an "explosion" of breast cancer incidence in developing countries, with the number of breast cancer patients on the increase, says Tygerberg Hospital Breast Clinic head and University of Stellenbosch Professor Justus Apffelstaedt.

4 February 2015 | Lifestyle

‘The Tyger’ that still burns bright

Visionary, radical thinker, lunatic - English poet and painter William Blake has been called all of these, and a new exhibition presenting his works as he intended gives visitors a rare chance to draw their own conclusions.

2 February 2015 | Lifestyle
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