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The JCTA weekend in the city closes with an up close look at Maboneng

When I saw that day 3 (sadly our last day on Sunday!) of our weekend would be at the Maboneng Precinct, I really wasn’t too excited as I really have spent a lot of time there on my own. But boy I really was in for a surprise as we got an insiders guided tour of

The JCTA weekend in the city continues…

Day 2 of the JCTA weekend in the city was by far the very busiest.  If you missed how we kicked off on day one, you can read all about it here. The aim of this event was to showcase Jozi’s CBD & surrounds to the media ahead of the Joburg City festival happening 25th

JCTA weekend in the city kicks off…

I got lucky enough to be invited along to the newly formed Joburg City Tourism Authority (JCTA)‘s weekend in the city along with around 75 other media this past weekend. If you read my blog you’ll know that I can’t get enough of the inner city, I live in it to the point that we’ve

Joburg CBD is about to show off in a big way…

If you don’t know that I love the Jozi City Center by now then you haven’t been reading my blog enough! 😉 And it really has nothing to do with the fact that I live on a street that’s the same as my surname (ok, ok, I am tickled by that just a bit…). The

Lunch in the city – Anka’s Kitchen

A few weeks ago you’ll remember me going on & on about the JCTA press weekend in the city. Now I’m tempted to go on some more (it was that good!) but this post is actually about one of the many interesting people who I met that weekend, Ma Anka. We met on day