JoziStyle with Edward Chamberlain-Bell

Oscar and the Pink Lady/ Oskar en die Pienk Tannie

Oscar and the Pink Lady/ Oskar en die Pienk Tannie Written by: Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt. With: Sandra Prinsloo Performed in English from and in Afrikaans Director: Lara Bye Lighting designer: Pieter-Jan Kapp Produced by: Sandra Prinsloo and Alexa Strachan Afrikaans translation: Naòmi Morgan Background Music: Braam du Toit Duration: 75 minutes / PG 10 Oscar and […]

KRONE ADDS A DEMI-SEC TO ITS RANGE OF BENCHMARK CAP CLASSIQUES

Krone Night Nectar 2011 Synonymous with the production of benchmark Méthode Cap Classiques, Krone has launched the Krone Night Nectar 2011 Demi-sec Cap Classique. Located at Twee Jonge Gezellen Estate (TJ) in the picturesque town of Tulbagh, Krone has a long tradition of the fine art of blending the classic Champagne varieties, Chardonnay and Pinot […]

GLENELLY ESTATE RELEASES THE 2013 VINTAGES OF ITS TWO WHITE WINES:

GLENELLY ESTATE RELEASES THE 2013 VINTAGES OF ITS TWO WHITE WINES: Glenelly Grand Vin Chardonnay and Glenelly Glass Collection Chardonnay Glenelly, the exemplary Stellenbosch wine estate with a French touch, has released the latest vintages of its two different styles of Chardonnay: Glenelly Grand Vin Chardonnay 2013, an elegant yet opulent wooded Chardonnay made in […]

The Craft Revolution Festival Comes to @MONTECASINOZA

It’s almost time for The Craft Revolution Beer festival to head to Jo’burg for a craft-tasting extravaganza on the 9th of August 2014 at Montecasino. The festival will feature a range of South Africa’s top Craft Breweries, drawing “beer-ginners” and craft beer connoisseurs alike from across South Africa’s provinces. The gates will open from 11h30 […]

Corporate Climbers Scaling the Walls to Success with Finesse at The School of Etiquette!

The School of Etiquette has had requests from diplomats, students and leaders of African states to assist in creating future leaders – and first ladies. Says Courtenay Carey, CEO of The South African School of Etiquette in Sandhurst, Johannesburg: “I just love my job as the attendees we get at our courses cannot be type-cast […]

LOCAL DESIGNERS ON SHOW AT THE PICK N PAY KNYSNA OYSTER FESTIVAL

With up to 50 stalls selling beautifully crafted local design pieces, fresh produce and dinner meals, coupled with Knysna’s signature laid back, easily enjoyable atmosphere and new music, the Local Design and Food Market is one of the most popular entries on the Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival programme of events. Market organiser Sarah-Jane […]

The Bollinger Exceptional Wine Service Award 2014

A wide range of enthusiastic applicants entered the First-Round of The Bollinger Exceptional Wine Service Award 2014. All applicants completed an ‘open book’ test, from which the top seven have progressed to the Semi-Finals. First-Round candidates were assessed on the basis of their completed Questionnaire (theoretical component) for which the minimum pass was 65%, as […]

Digital Nomads: The Evolution of Mankind Continues Through The Digital Age

Nothing defines our existence better than our activity on social media platforms, where we share everything from the mundane to the sublime with family, friends, fans, followers and cyberstalkers. We know who had burnt toast for breakfast in Peru, and we also know who is nursing a hangover in Afghanistan. Sometimes we know too much […]

Can @localgrill keep the @TheWolftrapWine @TheSteakHunter Championship Award a 2nd year in @JoburgRSA ?

I interviewed Steven Maresch from The Local Grill on The Edward Chamberlain-Bell Show (Radio Today Johannesburg) when they won the inaugural award (2013); so it gave me double pleasure to feature them again in advance of the 2014 awards. Am I biased wanting him to win a second time when he’s already made history? Damn […]

Virtual Horse Racing is an extreme sport at Digiturf.com!

A horse just needs to win the Kentucky Derby and it is automatically tipped to win the Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing. Winning the Preakness Stakes simply adds fuel to the fire as the media goes into overdrive asserting that a Triple Crown victory is inevitable. Forget the fact that we’ve never had a Triple […]

Announcing the Top 20 Steakhouses in the Woldftrap Steakhouse Championships 2014!

Now in its second exciting year, The Wolftrap Steakhouse Championships selects South Africa’s favourite steakhouses by public vote – and then identifies the best of the best by expert judging. Last year saw The Local Grill of Parktown North emerge as South Africa’s Steakhouse Champion for 2013 – and at the beginning of March 2014 […]

Cape Junior Ballet (CJB) presents In The Spotlight Masque Theatre in Muizenberg, 25 – 28 June 2014

The Cape Junior Ballet Company (CJB), Cape Town’s leading junior ballet company, will present six performances of In The Spotlight from 25 to 28 June 2014, featuring the company’s talented dancers in various classical works and a new contemporary piece. The CJB, established in 2005 by Capetonian ballet teacher Dianne Cheesman, is recognized as a […]

Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival Launches #best10days Photo Competition‏

Win the ultimate Knysna Getaway valued at R10 000 or 1 of 10 cases of Krone Borealis Brut With 10 awesome days of festivities from 4-13 July, the Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival is the perfect place to capture some great memories – but we don’t have to wait until then to start dreaming […]

#Maleficent Opens @sterkinekor Today. @DisneyPictures Takes Us Behind The Scenes!

Disney presents “Maleficent,” starring Academy Award®–winning actress Angelina Jolie in the title role. This year, 2014, marks the 55th Anniversary of the character who put a spell on young “Sleeping Beauty” in the animated feature released by Disney in 1959. Since her introduction, Maleficent has been Disney’s all-time most popular villain. Now she returns in […]

14 Fun Facts To Know Before Seeing #Maleficent @sterkinekor @Disney @ActressJolie

· “Maleficent” has classic appeal that derives from the Sleeping Beauty fable, which evolved—under different titles—over approximately 400 years. The early written origins of the story can be traced from the French novel “Perceforest” (author unknown) written in 1527. · In 1697, “The Beauty Asleep in the Woods” was published by Charles Perrault in his […]

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