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Wanda Hennig

Wanda Hennig

California–based Wanda Hennig is an award-winning food and travel writer, a blogger and a life coach.

California–based Wanda Hennig is an award-winning food and travel writer, a blogger and a life coach. A native South African, she was editor of the South African Sunday Tribune’s lifestyle magazine and bureau chief for Cosmopolitan in Durban, her home town, before working, in the San Francisco Bay Area, on Appellation (wine country living) and Diablo magazine (as editor), and freelancing extensively for Oakland magazine among other publications. She believes we are what (and how) we eat (and drink). Thus, she says (only a little tongue in cheek), the best way to truly understand a country, a city, a culture — and a people — is though your stomach. She writes about many subjects, including food and travel. Check out her website:

At just 27, Khanya Mzongwana is taking the South African culinary scene by storm.

The 100-plus-year-old hotel that once housed the Zululand Stock Exchange is called South Africa’s most eccentric hotel in the town of Eshowe.

From cooking for cruise ship passengers to celebrities at one of South Africa's top game reserves, chef Sadile Ngcobo offers a glimpse of his world-inspired dishes at the U.S. Consul General's residence in Durban.

There is a great escape at Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park waiting for anyone traveling to South Africa and visiting Durban.

Cape Town was named the best place in the world to visit by both the New York Times and the British Daily Telegraph and it’s South Africa’s most European city.

Checking in on Cuisine Noir's cultural culinary movement five years later with the publisher and editor-in-chief, V. Sheree Williams.

While working in Africa, Krista Riddley started eating right and listening to her body.

The culinary renaissance happening in Poland makes it one of central Europe’s favorite places to eat, drink and be merry.

As one of South Africa's top celebrity chefs, Siba Mtongana has traveled the world via her palate.

Mozambique, with its more than 1,500 miles of coastline threaded with sandy beaches, is one of Africa’s up-and-coming hotspots and recent success stories.


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