Happy hour is from 6-7pm andone hour after the show
Daily Specials – also available for take-away
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On for the next 2 weeks at Cape Town Comedy Club …
LINEUP SUBJECT TO CHANGE!
Wednesday 02nd March 2016
HEADLINE: Hannes Brümmer (JHB)
MC: Carl Weber
SUPPORT: CJ Benson
OPEN MIC: Simmi Areff (JHB)
Thursday 03rd March 2016
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Managing Director of e.tv channels Monde Twala will be leaving eMedia Investments to pursue a new opportunity at a multinational media company.
eMedia Investments’ Group Chief Operating Officer Mark Rosin says, “The Group congratulates Monde on his new position and wishes him all the success in the international market. Monde’s charismatic and nurturing personality along with his knowledge has played an integral role in the growth of e.tv and across the Group.”
Twala joined e.tv as a Sports Producer in 1999 and conscientiously worked his way through various key operational positions. He was appointed Group Head of e.tv in 2009, and Managing Director of the e.tv channels in 2014, proving to be an enormous success story of e.tv’s philosophy of ‘home growing’ talent from within. Continue reading
Pawn Stars SA is set in the Cash Inn pawn shop in Johannesburg. Owner Roy Peretz, his business partners Eytan and Liel, and assistants Irene and Solly meet customers from all walks of life who want to pawn or sell a range of quirky, unique and sometimes valuable items. South Africa’s rich and diverse culture provides a treasure-trove of fascinating artefacts from past to present, from muscle cars to military memorabilia, which flood through the shop doors.
The second series of Pawn Stars SA introduces a new member of the team, Cecily Pavoncelli. Cecily’s mission will be to spend Roy’s money on some fine items, bringing in a creative and positive energy to the store. Another new addition to the show, and supporting the team at Cash Inn, will be University of Pretoria’s Professor Fransjohan Pretorius, author of numerous books and an expert on recent South African history.
The new series features even more local artefacts, including an original bronze casting of Professor Chris Barnard’s hands, a piece of literary history from Nobel Prize-winning author Nadine Gordimer and amazing original sketches from the proudly South African movie Zambezia. Some of the more intriguing discoveries include maps, personal items and firearms, as well as more recent historical items that have emerged from the country’s liberation struggle over the past 50 years.
Note to editors: the following speech was delivered by the City’s Executive Mayor, Patricia de Lille, at the Cape Town Climate Change Coalition last week. The forum includes role players from the City of Cape Town, the Western Cape Government, civil society and business to discuss collective actions needed to address climate change effectively.
In December I participated in a number of events in Paris at COP21, specifically dealing with the role that cities can play in pushing a more ambitious agenda on climate change. Continue reading
Woodstock Live, Sunday 20 March 2016
Trafalgar Park, Woodstock.
Presented by the Kaggen Music & Film Trust Continue reading
Street soccer players, B-Boys and graffiti artists will be taking over a secret location in Cape Town on the 5th of March of a raucous night of art, Hip-Hop and soccer hosted by Fives Street ambassadors Youngsta and Chad Saaiman. Now in its third year the event fuses soccer and street culture, bringing Capetonians an action packed mix of movement, music and spectacle.
“ISPS Handa, in collaboration with Fives Futbol, Black Wolf Agency, Red Bull, Happy Socks, PES2016, Zootee Studios, Shelflife and adidas, is proud to be part of an incredible event that brings soccer to the city in such a dynamic, culturally relevant way”, says Dr Haruhisa Handa, CEO of ISPS Handa (International Sports Promotion Society) – a non-profit organisation that aims to increase welfare through sport. Continue reading