Senior Anchor Andrew Barnes, who co-hosts Newsday on e.tv and eNCA, is to leave the channel at the end of April.
Andrew has resigned to pursue business interests abroad.
He has worked at eNCA for 15 years. “It’s been an incredible journey here at ‘e’,” says Andrew. “ I have been able to realise my childhood dream of anchoring TV news and reporting from places like Washington DC, New York and London. Those opportunities followed several rewarding years in news management.”
Mapi Mhlanga, News Director for eNCA says Andrew will be missed: “I would like to thank him for 15 years of dedication and professionalism. Andrew will be missed and it is difficult to imagine the Cape Town office without him. I have no doubt that his new venture will be successful.” Continue reading
SA Select coach Renfred Dazel on Thursday made six changes to his squad for the Hong Kong Invitational on 7 and 8 April, with senior players Zenay Jordaan, Marithy Pienaar and Jacqueline Kriel back in action among a few new faces.
Jordaan and Pienaar missed the Las Vegas Invitational early in March due to thumb and leg injuries respectively, while Kriel was rested, and they will add leadership and a new dynamic to the squad. Lorinda Brown has retained the captaincy from the Las Vegas Invitational. Continue reading
Everyone around Lerumo thinks that he has gone mad, but has he? His extreme paranoia and assault on an innocent man has left him in a compromising position about his own sanity. He believes that his brother, Phehello, who supposedly died in prison is still alive and about to unleash a vicious attack on him and steal his wife, Anzani.
True to Lerumo’s thoughts, Phehello is alive and takes Anzani hostage. Petrified for her life, Anzani is taken home to where Lerumo is by Phehello. Phehello’s dream of killing Lerumo and taking Anzani for himself is one step closer.
Only one man will survive. Who will it be?
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Saturday 9 April, Hillcrest Quarry, Durbanville.
Dan Patlansky launches his new album Introvertigo!
Dan Patlanksy voted no 4 of 10 Best Rock Guitarists in the World today – Total Guitar Magazine, UK. Dec 2015.
Also featuring: Blues Broers, Gerald Clark Trio, Mark Haze, Crimson House, Natasha Meister, Pebbleman, Jesse Jordan and The Rockerfellas.
If you’re a Rocker and/or a Blues lover, get your groove on for electrifying Blues & Rock will join forces again at HILLCREST QUARRY in Durbanville on Saturday the 9th of April. Continue reading
The following speech on the draft budget was delivered by the City’s Executive Mayor, Patricia de Lille, at the full Council sitting this morning. Read more below:
Good morning, goeie dag, molweni, as-salaam alaikum, shalom.
These are difficult times for our country.
We face the possibility of a credit rating downgrade due to a lack of confidence in our National Government. Continue reading
The Olympic Games is without a doubt the pinnacle of world sport and the peak of any athlete’s career. Powerade, as the official sports drink of the 2016 Olympic Games, will be giving everyday sportsmen and women a taste of what it takes to train like a professional in 2016 through the Powerade Train Like an Olympian campaign. The campaign kicked off at the 2016 Cape Town Cycle Tour and then moved onto the new Cape Argus Sport Show and the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon. Powerade gave all race participants and expo goers at each event the opportunity to experience elements of an Olympic style training assessment from some of the country’s top training specialists.
Just like Olympians, all sportsmen and women have the desire to continually improve their performance and to achieve their personal goals. However, average sportsmen and sportswomen only have limited access to professional training information and the exercise science which could take their performance to the next level. Continue reading
I would like to ask for a moment’s silence for the people who lost their lives on the roads over the Easter weekend.
Good morning, goeie môre, molweni, as-salaam alaikum, shalom.
Mr Speaker, just over a week ago we celebrated Human Rights Day on 21 March 2016. Continue reading