Worldwide’s World Guide is as authentic Afrikaans as milk tart and pancakes at a church bazaar. On World Guide, South Africans abroad can see where they can find all their South African favourites. The World Guide contains information on South African-owned businesses in 54 countries around the world! There are from Afrikaans church services and doctors to lawyers and tutors. This month we focus on businesses in Australia.

Eat at Ostrich & the Egg

Ostrich & the Egg is a family-run South African eatery focusing on iconic street food and Cape Malay koeksister doughnuts. Their “South African kitchen and bar” offers a comfortable, informal dining experience and South African humour that makes you feel at home.

Buy at Fingerboards R’Us

Playing fingerboard brings friends and family together. The game provides lots of fun, and young and old enjoy it alike. Unpack your fingerboard when your friends come to visit or when the rain traps you inside.

Let Silky Oaks Chiropractic take care of your health

Dr Jan Jones has 17 years’ experience as a chiropractor. His practice, Silky Oaks, is in Carindale. Your overall well-being is Dr Jones’ priority. He offers a sustainable way to get rid of pain so that you can enjoy your life to the fullest.

i-Style by Lynette spruce up your home

“Create the home of your dreams.” i-Style will help you choose a colour scheme, pick out furniture and restyle your home or business.

Service your car at Cartune Mechanics

Cartune Mechanics is a family-owned business with an ultra-modern mechanic workshop in Joyner! They provide a wide range of automotive services.

List your business for free on the World Guide and become part of the Worldwide Family.

This post is also available in: Afrikaans


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