Entries by Angeliki Vayanos

How To: Tzatziki & Taramosalata

Introducing our second monthly article – the ‘How To’. Once a month we will bring you a form of ‘how to’ piece in various different aspects – cooking, dancing, speaking Greek and so much more. This month, we decided to start off with a yummy Greek recipe of two of our favourite dips, tzatziki and […]

Bursary Fund Information Release

A proud day for the organisation and all our affiliates 💙 Many people don’t always understand why we devote so much time to an organisation voluntarily but when we are able to support those in our Hellenic family using the funds we raise, it truly is a blessing and provides purpose and motivation to keep […]

BRIEF: Easter

Three times a year, NAHYSOSA releases a ‘brief’ that serves as what you might call a newsletter. Informing you of what us and our affiliates have been up to and includes articles, pictures and other news. THIS year we decided to change the briefs up a little bit and theme them. So, the FIRST BRIEF […]

15 Greek Restaurants for Mother’s Day

Has your mama opted to take a personal day this Mother’s Day by not whipping up her typically sumptuous Sunday spread? If so, why not recreate a similar ambience by spoiling her and taking her to one of these Greek restaurants near you? Have a look below at some our restaurant picks across South Africa! Click on […]

Name Day Calendar: May

Never forget another Name Day! Introducing our first editorial piece that will be published monthly – our Name Day Calendar. How often do you find out it is your own name day because your ‘yia yia’ from a village in Cyprus calls you to wish you? This no longer needs to be the case as we […]

New Month, New Look: MAY

A new month, a NEW LOOK for our website and a LOT going on around South Africa. With exams slowly approaching – we suggest you all get involved in these events before we stuck behind our desks and staring at our books! The following events are happening this month in the various cities: Johannesburg 1 […]

Xristos Anesti & Happy Easter

Xristos Anesti (Happy Easter) from the NAHYSOSA team and all our affiliates around South Africa. We wish you all a blessed day and a wonderful time with your family and friends! A quote we thought was relevant today from our all time favourite movie, My Big Fat Greek Wedding: ‘What do you mean he don’t […]

Holy Thursday: Meaning of the Red Eggs

Ever wondered why at all Greek Easter tables, there are red eggs placed beautifully in mom’s favourite dish? If you don’t know why or what the symbolism is, check our image below! According to greek Orthodox tradition, eggs are to be dyed on Holy Thursday in commemoration of the Last Supper, the final meal which […]

Koulourakia Baking with NAHYSOSA

We all love Holy Week Traditions! A week where families get together, be it at church or in the kitchen to prepare for the Easter Sunday lunch. Check out the recipe below for those of you who will be spending the next few days baking delicious koulourakia! They definitely one of our favourite treats. If […]