Throwback to three weeks ago when we were having the best time at Anura Vineyards for KAMERS/Makers 2017 Stellenbosch! After the show our team dove straight back into prep for KAMERS/Makers 2017 Irene, Pretoria, which kicks off with a special opening night in aid of Make A Difference Leadership Foundation on 4 December. In between […]
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South Africa really does have a lot of creative talent. A large portion of that talent is convening right now in Stellenbosch for KAMERS/Makers and will soon be at our Irene show from 4 – 10 December too. Here’s why you shouldn’t miss out.
It’s dancing… it’s boxing… it’s pilates – all in one amazing mix. KAMERS/Makers co-owner and COO, Magdel Kemp, discovered Piloxing in the small Boland town of Wellington when she met Tania Ndlovu. Piloxing has so transformed these women that they are now teaming up to bring it to KAMERS/Makers Stellenbosch on Friday 3 November. Magdel interviewed […]
We celebrate the men who make and create at KAMERS/Makers. Here are just a few of them.
It’s springtime in the Winelands and there’s music in the air! With KAMERS/Makers Stellenbosch around the corner, we are so excited to reveal the fantastic live music we have lined up. Featuring familiar favourites and some new kids on the block, the kykNET Soundstage promises to be a fresh breath of inspiration. Here’s what you can look forward to: […]
KAMERS/Makers works with more than 300 creative artisans around South Africa on an on-going basis, staging our sought-after pop-up retail shows. Invigorating as this is, every once in a while, we get to do something even more fulfilling… We discovered Sexy Socks founder, Dave Hutchison, selling from a tiny stand at the Green Point Farmers […]
For our last Women’s Day story, we asked Louise de Nysschen what being a woman and business owner means to her. Here’s what the founder of Harvey Max had to say – in between making grooms all over SA look extra stylish with their trendy bow ties and suspenders: Being a woman is being both compassionate and strong. I […]
In our second last Women’s Day story, we celebrate what being a woman and business owner means to Morongwe Mokone. Mo, as we know her at KAMERS/Makers, is the dynamic origami artist behind origami.is.me, who makes all those colourful swans that have been such a hit at our Gauteng shows the past year. Being a woman […]
In the next of our inspiring Women’s Day stories, Christine Buchanan, who co-founded Oh-lief along with her sister, Louiza Rademan, shares her keys to being a successful woman in the business world: For me being a woman means being independent, capable and strong. Being Independent: As an entrepreneur independence can sometimes be difficult to achieve, as you are […]
We continue our series of stories from inspiring women, as we celebrate Women’s Day this week. Connie Cebekulu, business owner at Jabu’s Frames, shares the impact being a business woman has had on her life: Being a business woman and having a family to take care of at the end of each business day… it’s not so easy. But as […]