People

Communicating with the Deaf

Norma Millar is a 44-year-old mother of three beautiful children. She is also what is known in the Deaf community as a CODA, Child of a Deaf Adult – both her parents are profoundly Deaf. 
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Taking care of business

Salt Rock’s Geraldine Jorgensen has been tasked with heading up the property that will undoubtedly change the face of Ballito forever. As Ballito Junction’s Chief Executive Officer, she is determined and driven – and already fully immersed in the project.
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Love & Marriage

They say a great marriage is always worth the work it takes. As we celebrate the ‘month of love’, we chat to three North Coast married couples who, with loads of hard work and mutual respect, seem to be getting it right.
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Bridal beauty

Effortlessness and easy to wear, embodying the essence of delicate craftsmanship. This sums up the work of Ballito based mother and daughter team Lyle Cronje and Julia Ferrandi who make up the rapidly growing bridalwear label, Julia Ferrandi Design.
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Don’t worry, be happy!

The beginning of a new year brings with it the chance to reflect on what has passed and focus on the future. Life coach Caitlyn de Beer gives us her top five tips on starting 2017 on a happy note.
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The art of making magic

Salt Rock fine artist Leigh Bisset is giving the world a sneak peek into her creative space, one snapshot at a time. Reaching audiences as far as the UK and Australia, Leigh’s unique time-stop motion videos of herself painting are racking up sometimes up to 4000 views.
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SPONSORED: Property people

Meet one of the top players in the North Coast property industry (and keep his number in your little black book!).
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Drawing on love

Embracing his passion for illustration, Mount Edgecombe father of two, Grant de Lange, uses his talent to portray the story of his love for his family with the release of his second children’s book, Bear and Bunny.
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Wild women

When a bunch of passionate women come together with one goal in mind, determined to make a difference, there can only be magic. The all-female crew of the Elephant Ignite Expedition recently returned from their three-month African expedition, aimed at raising awareness for the elephant poaching crisis in Africa, and we caught up with them.
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Meet the Hutchisons

As the landscape of the once small beach town of Ballito rapidly changes, we believe there are still a few special gems worth remembering. Well-known surfers and owners of Groundswell Surf Shop Bernice and Johno Hutchison have been at the helm of Ballito’s surfing community for many years.
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