Congratulations Kabelo!

Yesterday we celebrated Kabelo’s much anticipated wedding! Kabelo, who does all of the carpentry work for Mint (as well as finding the time to look after our garden), married his beautiful bride in Rabie Ridge surrounded by the ululation of church members, the dancing of friends, and the love of family who had travelled from

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Playing Catch-up

Sad news I’m afraid – no new items today as we’re busy playing catch-up! We had a fantastic sale, processing over 100 items last week, but unfortunately dealing with that many orders means a lot of packing and responding to emails, so we’re taking today to try to get on top of things. A massive

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Happy Birthday Sale!

We’re already half way through our birthday sale (birthday’s alway go way too quickly don’t they?), but there are still plenty of gems up for grabs! Just remember to enter the coupon code ‘happybirthday‘ (no spaces) when you checkout, and the price of whatever you’re buying will miraculously halve! Serious birthday magic! Visit the Mint shop

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Happy Birthday – To Us!!!!!

It doesn’t really seem possible, but this month marks ten years since Mint first started out in a little (but rather stylish!) co-op in Glenwood, Durban. We began our journey with good friends, Anna Savage of I Heart Market fame, and the delightful Susie & Rupert from Wardrobe (who have been wondering the globe for the past few years).

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Because We’re Loopy…..

Because we’re nuts and basically never want a day’s rest again, Justin and I are putting are recently renovated Joburg house on the market! Truth is we’re actually not desperately wanting to sell our house (we quite like it in fact!), but the other day we discovered that our favourite house in Norwood is for sale, so

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Punting Peter!

I’m sure everyone’s heard me talk about my brother, Peter, over the years. Not only has he always been a massive supporter (slash-enabler) of Mint (it is a bit of an addiction for me!), but he’s also the person responsible for all of the Mint branding, including the tongue-in-cheek payoff line, ‘The Retired Goods Company’.

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