Johannesburg market helps turn start-up entrepreneurs into restauranteurs and debt-free students
Johannesburgers do not need to go to Italy to taste the renaissance on the tongue because there is a new Italian restaurant in town.
Closing during the pandemic was tough for every business but reopening after the pandemic is a new challenge businesses at Wits must now face.
SAUJS campaign, #SupportAWitsie, has donated food and sanitary supplies to 165 international students living in Wits residences. (more…)
A look at some ways to boost your immunity through essential vitamins in your diet.
Community members have mobilised together to create a weekly food supply for vulnerable people.
Grocery and retail stores continue delivery services of essential goods only during the lockdown.
Plates4days supports about 500 UJ students per month, but some students say they are unaware of the programme.
Students learnt that they should prioritise their health and lower salt intake to not more than two teaspoons per day. (more…)
A 26-year cheese manufacturer continues to bring in the customers. (more…)
Low-carb, high-fat diets are still fashionable despite South African dietary guidelines.
Food Lover’s Eatery opens its doors in the heart of Braam’s Business Improvement District. (more…)