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Project runway for Bay (Published August 2016)


FOUR Port Elizabeth gents including textile design graduate Llewellyn Williams, along with three colleagues, will put their best foot forward with their latest summer/winter collections at a Fashion Week during October. 

The aim is to expose designers to media, potential buyers both locally and internationally and also to remove the stigma placed on PE that the city can not host big shows according to one of the colleagues. 



NMMU micro - brewery success (Published August 2016)


NMMU brew might be crowned the best craft bear produced by a South African university. The NMMU team which includes four PhD candidates, will be travelling to Johannesburg during September to put their five unique craft brews against beers from 14 micro-breweries at tertiary education institutions. Last year the team took second place in the lager and third place, in the winter warmer categories.

This year they will be entering five categories and taking along a lager (Jack Hauff), a cider (Queen of Hearts), a winter warmer (King Leo), a pilsener (Desert Ace) and a trappist-style beer (Jester of the Abbey).