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WeChat has joined forces with AgriSA to help the drought relief and ease the burden of the worst drought in South Africa’s history (since records began in 1904).

For every first R50 you donate, WeChat will give you R50 back into your wallet. WeChat hopes this will encourage people to jump onboard – and make subsequent donations.

You can download the WeChat app from or on the Play Store and Apple iStore.

Once downloaded, all you need to do is hit the “+” button and select Scan QR Code. Next, you simply hover over the code (above). From there, you’re taken to AgriSA’s Official WeChat account. Follow the prompts to earn your rebate. Continue reading

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Cravings for fresh and innovative seafood dishes are satisfied in style at the newly refurbished Cape Town Fish Market at GrandWest. The restaurant has undergone a remodeling as part of the revitalization of the complex’s restaurant and retail offering.

The restaurant has undergone a metamorphosis, with the vibrant interior echoing elements of Cape Town’s picturesque landscapes and the bygone days of small fishing harbours. Under new management and with the new look and feel comes renewed focus on dynamic service and professionalism to deliver an enhanced dining experience for guests.

“Cape Town Fish Market wanted to harness elements of Cape Town’s natural surrounds and capture the essence of the sea while telling a story of times gone by. The new interior is crisp cotemporary while remaining true to Cape Town Fish Market’s laidback and friendly spirit. Customers will certainly get a sense that they are close to the ocean and with this comes the promise of the freshest fish and seafood,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and Promotions Manager at GrandWest. Continue reading

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Note to editors: An audio file with comments from SA Select Women’s Sevens coach, Renfred Dazel, is available for download here. Also attached is a picture of the team with the Hong Kong Women’s Sevens Invitational Cup.

The SA Select Women’s Sevens team scored a historic 14-7 win over France in the final of the Hong Kong Women’s Sevens Invitational Cup in the Hong Kong Stadium on Friday. The Cup final win is a first ever a South African team at the famous venue, something coach Renfred Dazel was very pleased about.

“This was a very important and significant win for us. It is the first time that a South African team has won any title here and hopefully this is a good omen for the men come Sunday,” Dazel said.

He added: “I joked to Neil Powell (Springbok Sevens coach) that we have now warmed the pitch for them, so I hope they do well.” Continue reading

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Laureus Ambassador David Coulthard, who won 13 Grand Prix in a distinguished career and is now a respected TV commentator and analyst, here assesses the Formula One Nominees for the 2016 Laureus World Sports Awards. He also gives his views about the current Formula One season.

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In the Laureus Awards this year, Lewis Hamilton has been nominated for the Sportsman of the Year Award. Is that a worthy nomination, would you say?
DAVID COULTHARD: Well, not to be disrespectful to the others that have been nominated, and clearly as a motorsports person, I think that Lewis has continued to show that he has all the qualities of an elite sportsman, certainly in motor racing, he’s delivered consistently since he first joined for McLaren in 2007 right through until today. He has been crashed, he’s been the man that you watch during qualifying to see what lap time he can deliver, and he races in a sort of Senna‑esque way. So there’s no question that out of a quality field of drivers, he deserves that nomination. Continue reading

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DA statement: 08 April 2016
Release: immediate

The DA in the Western Cape calls for the PRASA national office to intervene in the brewing labour conflict in the province and deal with any unresolved matters. In particular, the potential strike action by members of The South African Transport and Allied Workers’ Union (Satawu).

Metrorail provides an essential service to the people of the Western Cape. We cannot allow that this dispute brings commuter mobility to a standstill. In my capacity as Chairperson for the Standing Committee on Transport and Public Works in the Western Cape Provincial Parliament, I will write to acting group Chief Executive Officer, Nathi Khena, to call on him to resolve the regional conflict. PRASA must ensure that their agreement with the Satawu national leadership is upheld. The agreement stipulates that no strike action will happen before every alternative avenue, to resolve these legitimate issues amicably, has been exhausted. Continue reading

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Johannesburg, 8 April 2016: The “2016 MTV Movie Awards” promises to deliver an incredible night under the stars with an amazing line-up of Hollywood’s hottest actors, celebrities and musicians when it airs outside for the first time from the backlot of Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California on Monday 11 April on MTV (DStv channel 130). Continue reading

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The City of Cape Town recently activated a virtual fence in Gordon’s Bay as part of its baboon management strategy. Since implementation in mid-January there have been no incidents of the resident troop entering town. Read more below:

In an effort to reduce human-baboon conflict in the Gordon’s Bay area, the City of Cape Town’s Environmental Resource Management Department has implemented a virtual fence system which will assist in deterring the resident baboon troop from entering the residential area.

When the troop enters the zone between their home range (in the protected area) and the houses of Gordon’s Bay, speakers emit the noise of a predator, such as a lion. Baboons immediately sense there is danger and do not enter the zone. The virtual fence then becomes a virtual boundary zone in the mind of the baboon troop and ultimately results in the animals staying out of the town altogether. Continue reading

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Ajax Cape Town are proud to announce the signing of Zimbabwean defender Erick Chipeta, on a three year deal from Chippa United. Chipeta will join Ajax Cape Town at the end of the current Absa Premiership season. Ajax Cape Town concluded the transfer arrangement with the Chilli Boys today to end a 2 year chase for the player’s signature.

The 25-year-old has been a rock at the defence of Chippa United for the past two seasons, while also showing his consistency by playing in every match for the Chilli Boys so far this season. Continue reading

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