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Dream Intake for University Stellenbosch.

“Welcome to the Maties intake of 2014. This is the biggest and strongest intake of academic performance ever for students at the University.”
Approximately 5000 new Maties arrived in Stellenbosch last week to start their studies at the University of Stellenbosch. Students arrived from all over South Africa with their parents at their residences or private wards ready to make Stellenbosch their new home.
New students participated in a “Dream Launch” at Coetzenburg where they were asked to write down their dreams and give it flight by releasing their balloons into the air.
The University’s Welcoming Programme started with the official welcoming event at the Danie Craven Stadium at Coetzenburg during which the Rector, Prof Russel Botman, welcomed first-year students and their parents.
According to Prof Botman the University recently received confirmation that Stellenbosch is the best in the country in terms of student success rate. The latest information is that 84.9% of students passed their modules - the best they have ever done and higher than anywhere in the country.

MAD² activities - As part of the welcoming programme students will participate in the MAD² Programme. (Making A Decision 2 Make A Difference). The programme includes various events to raise funds for Maties Community Service including the Bondelsport, Vensters Street Theatre and the Colour Festival.
The welcoming week ends Saturday, 1 February and classes will start on Monday, 3 February.

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  1. 1. Dream Intake for University Stellenbosch THE NEWSPAPERstories that are life changing Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo Page 15 Have You Registered for the 2014 Elections? LipoMan Health Challenge Page 10 Cellar Masters of The Month Page 13 Don’t miss the FINAL registration weekend on 8-9 February, 2014. Register at your correct voting station on 8-9 February from 8am to 5pm. Where do I vote? Please remember that you must be a registered voter in South Africa to vote. To confirm that your name is on the voters’ roll and which voting station you’re registered at, please check your voter reg- istration status online at www.elections.org.za or SMS your ID number to 32810 (R1.00 per SMS) or call 0800 11 8000 (toll-free from a land line) between 8am and 5pm Monday to Friday. Continue Reading page 3 Scan our Website Main Road, Strand • Tel: 021 853 1070 • E-mail: i nfo @fandc.co.za • Webs ite: www.fan dc .co .za • Find u s o n (SBF45) Box Fan • 3 Speed Settings • Safety Cut Off Switch • 2 Hour Timer Setting Function Compare at R279.99 our price R229.99 (PPF-40A) 40cm Pedestal Fan • 3 Speed Settings • Height Adjustable • Oscillating Function Compare R269.99 our price R219.99 (ES16/5) 40cm Pedestal Fan • 5 Blade Fan • Adjustable Height • Strong 130watt Motor Compare R599.99 our price R499.99 (RHMF80) 40cm Mist Fan • 3 Speed Fan with Humidifier • Blows a cool mist for added • comfort • Infra-red remote control or • on-board panel control Compare at R1 299 our price R1 099 cash While stocks last. GreenLeafDesigns|2014.01.06 February 2014 Tel: 021 855 2900 www.thenewspaper.co.za Free Copy New Students “Dream Launch” at Coetzenburg Stadium, Stellenbosch - Photo Credit, Justin Alberts “Welcome to the Maties intake of 2014. This is the biggest and strong- est intake of academic performance ever for students at the University.” Approximately 5000 new Maties arrived in Stellenbosch last week to start their studies at the University of Stellenbosch. Students arrived from all over South Africa with their parents at their residences or private wards ready to make Stellenbosch their new home. New students participated in a “Dream Launch” at Coetzenburg where they were asked to write down their dreams and give it flight by releasing their balloons into the air. The University’s Welcoming Pro- gramme started with the official welcoming event at the Danie Craven Stadium at Coetzenburg during which the Rector, Prof Russel Botman, wel- comed first-year students and their parents. According to Prof Botman the Univer- sity recently received confirmation that Stellenbosch is the best in the country in terms of student success rate. The latest information is that 84.9% of stu- dents passed their modules - the best they have ever done and higher than anywhere in the country. Continue Reading page 4
  2. 2. THE NEWSPAPERPAGE 2 OUR INFORMATION Head Office The Newspaper is distributed each month within the Helderberg region, Stellenbosch and Franschhoek Head Office Suite 2 Bizweni Community Centre Bizweni Avenue Somerset West 7140 Tel: 021 855 2900 Email: info@thenewspaper.co.za Web: www.thenewspaper.co.za Advertising Tel:021 855 2900 Email: ads@thenewspaper.co.za Press Council The Newspaper subscribes to the South African Press code that prescribes news that is truthful accurate fair and well balanced Should you find The Newspaper is not living up to the Press Code of Conduct you may contact the Press Ombudsman at: Tel: 011 - 484 - 3612/8 Fax: 011 - 484 -3619 Read Online EDITORS CHOICE Traffic Report Morning 06h45 - 07h15 - 07h45 Afternoon 16h30 - 17h15 - 17h45 Mon- Friday News Report Morning 07h00 - 08h00 - 09h00 11h00 Afternoon 13h00 - 16h00 - 17h00 Interviews & Discussion Morning 07h30 - 08h15 - 11h30 Afternoon 14h30 - 15h30 - 16h45 Evening 19h30 - 21h30 Program Schedule 10 o’Clock Morning Show - Community in Action - Page By Page - Passport to the World - Kom Kuier Saam - Helderberg Medical Fourm M T W T F Financial Report & Sport Daily - 17h30 Cell: 082 628 5028 // Email: johan@web-rage.co.za or Info@web-rage.co.za // www.web-rage.co.za WE DESIGN & DEVELOP MODERN WEBSITES What We Do! we specialize in designing Small Business standard static websites. Wordpress content management system for all dynamic web purposes. E-commerce development for the full Online shopping experience Designed to work on Desktops, Tablets & Smartphones “Radio Helderberg is hierdie jaar propvol energie en reg om dit ‘n jaar te maak waar groot dinge gaan gebeur! As jou gunsteling Gemeenskapsradiostasie, beplan 93.6 FM om ons diens aan die Helderberg met rasse skrede te bevorder met musiek, nuus en geselsies wat uit-en-uit Helderberg spreek! Jou musiek, jou nuus en jou belangstellings is hierdie jaar 93.6 FM se eerste prioriteit! Hou jou luggolwe fyn dop, want Radio Helderberg gaan beslis hierdie jaar jou ore laat spits!” Die Stem van die Helderberg Facebook facebook.com/thenewspapersa Twitter twitter.com/thenewspapersa Read the published issues of The Newspaper online. The TNP website is updated on a regular basis during the course of the month to secure a 24/7 presence with regard to News, Events, Business, Life- style, Health, Wellness, Education, Art, Sport and general articles. If you like us on Facebook you will receive the latest post, alternatively, subscribe to our RSS Feed to receive an e-mail of our latest post on the website. You may also contact us between the hours 09h00 to 17h00, Monday to Friday on (021) 855 2900. Email us at all hours at stories@the- newspaper.co.za if you have news, a life changing story, or an event you would like us to share with the public. The Newspaper Stories that are life changing
  3. 3. SPECIAL! Payfor6 andget1FREE WorthR300 non-surgical aesthetic studio THE NEWSTHE NEWSPAPER PAGE 3 Congo Fever Patient condition improves National and Provincial Elections You need to vote at the voting station where you’re registered to vote. However, if you’re outside your voting district on Election Day you may vote at another voting station in South Africa. If you’re outside the province where you’re registered, you’ll only be able to vote in the national election and not the provincial election, and you’ll be asked to complete a form (VEC 4) at the voting station. Moved since you registered? If you have moved (even a short distance) since you registered, your voting district and voting station may have changed and you have to check your voter registra- tion details Online or by SMS. Make a note of your voting station and voting district number for your own record. Go to the voting station finder URL link below and search for your current home address. On the map, locate the voting district number. Compare the voting district number to your registration details. If they’re not the same, you need to re-regis- ter in your new voting district. Municipal Elections and By-Elections You need to vote at the voting station at which you’re registered. Where is my voting station? Voting Station Finder: maps.elections.org.za/vsfinder/ or www.elections.org.za CNR LOURENSFORD & MAIN ROAD SOMERSET WEST TEL (021) 852 6442 FAX (021) 851 0605 CELL 082 453 0435 LGNORTON@TISCALI.CO.ZA MON - SAT 12:00 - Till Late NOW OPEN FOR LUNCH Have You Registered for the 2014 Elections? Continued from page 1 “An artist’s paradise. A tranquil, peaceful and beautiful accommoda- tion with an extraordinary history. We will now rate all rooms around the world by this hotel!” Congratulations to The Akademie Street Boutique Hotel and Guesthouse in Franschhoek, who won top honours (100%), for Top Luxury Hotel and Top Small Hotel in TripAdvisor’s Traveller’s Choice Awards. This is the 12th year the travel site TripAdvisor has presented its Travel- ler’s Choice Awards for Top Hotels, Bargain, B&Bs and Inns, Family, Luxury, Romance and Small Hotels. The Online Travel review giant TripAdvisor has sifted through the millions of user reviews posted on their site to see who are the favourites among their users. According to a statement issued by Mediclinic South Africa, the 39-year- old female patient suffering from Congo fever at Mediclinic Vergelegen is showing continuous improvement. She is still in a critical but stable condi- tion. She was previously placed in strict isolation and is now in contact isolation. Millions of reviews Nothing but the best! Western Cape tourism showed sig- nificant growth as the area continues to welcome local and international visitors for the summer season. International tourist are laughing all the way to South Africa with the Rand plunging to a five year record low. It has now become more affordable for more foreigners to come to South Africa. The weak Rand is drawing few complaints from America at R11.09 to the $1.00, Europe, at R15.16 to the €1.00, and tourists from the United Kingdom at R18.27 to the £1.00 (Forex - 26 January 2014). These foreign visitors have much more spending money available for accommodation, sightseeing entertain- ment and tours thereby permitting them to extend their stay, while visiting the Western Cape. "With the City having just received the top spot on the prestigious New York Times’ list of 52 Places to visit in 2014, and being awarded the World Design Capital (WDC 2014) title, “we expect more international and regional visitors Tourism Boom in Western Cape The patient was admitted to the clinic on 5 January with Congo fever confirmed by the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD). As standard practice in such cases, the Western Cape Department of Health has been notified and strict insolation precautions have been implemented as necessary in the event of Congo Fever. The National Institute for Communica- ble Diseases (NICD) has warned people who love spending time outdoors to protect themselves against tick bites. What is Congo Fever? It is con- tracted through the bite of an infected tick, usually the bontpootluise (Hya- lomma tick), via the exposure to blood infected animals such as cattle and sheep or after contact with the blood of an infected patient. this year," said the City’s mayoral com- mittee member for tourism, events and marketing, Grant Pascoe. Cape Town International Airport indicated an upturn in total arrivals compared to November and December 2012, with an increase of 2.07% for the month of December 2013 compared to the same period in 2012. The Tourism Business Council of SA (TBCSA)/FNB tourism business index compiled by consultancy firm Grant Thornton finished at 114.6 points at the endoftheyearversustheexpected110.8 points. The index covers the tourism accommodation sector, transport, attractions, meetings and conferences, with it being an overall indicator of busi- ness health in the tourism sector. Feedback from hotels, tour opera- tors, major attractions and restaurants reflect a business increase better than the previous summer. Statistics show an increase in domestic visitors who chose not to spend their holiday overseas. The list of Top 5 Hotels in Franschhoek according to TripAdvisor is: Akademie Street Boutique Hotel and Guesthouse (1), La Residence (2), The Last Word Franschhoek (3), Franschhoek Country House & Villas (4), and Le Quartier Francais (5). Akademie Street Boutique Hotel and Guesthouse
  4. 4. THE NEWS THE NEWSPAPERPAGE 4 For all your property needs Franschhoek, Paarl and Wellington Gordons Bay, Strand and Somerset West Stellenbosch Johannesburg North West +27 (0) 86 172 5824 Update.salt@gmail.com Everything we touch turns to sold. Paul Roos Rugby 2014 Vanjaar sal Paul Roos se eerstespan weer in die bekwame hande wees van Hein Kriek en Dawie Snyman. Stephan Jordaan en Lucas Roodman sal verantwoordelik wees vir die B en C spanne. Vanjaar sal al drie spanne egter deur hierdie groep afrigters onder hande geneem word. Die skool is ook baie bevoorreg om die dienste van dr. Brendan Venter op konsultasie basis te kan hê. Venter het vanjaar na Stellenbosch verhuis en ‘n verteenwoordigende ouer van Paul Roos geword. ‘n Groep van 70 senior spelers is al sedert verlede jaar Oktober besig met voorbereiding. Die fisiese kondisioner- ing is behartig deur spesialiste van die Stellenbosch Akademie vir Sport. Vanjaar wag daar ‘n lang seisoen op die manne. Op 28 Februarie sal ‘n groep deelneem aan die Helderberg 7’s kompetisie waarna ‘n paar oorsese spanne aangedurf sal word. Al hierdie wedstryde sal dien as proewe vir die kies van die spanne. Vanaf 31 Maart tot 5 April sal die A, B en C spanne deelneem aan die Suid- kaap toernooi in George. Gedurende Paasnaweek vertrek die eerstespan na Johannesburg vir die jaarlikse St John’s Paastoernooi waar 3 wedstryde gespeel word vanaf 16April tot 21April. Die eerstespan sal ook 3 wedstryde in Kimberley in die jaarlikse Wildeklawer toernooi speel wat vanaf 26 April tot 30 April plaasvind. Paul Roos rugby span oefensessie MAD² activities - As part of the welcoming programme students will participate in the MAD² Programme. (Making A Decision 2 Make A Difference). The programme includes various events to raise funds for Maties Community Service including the Bondelsport, Vensters Street Theatre and the Colour Festival. The welcoming week ends Saturday, 1 February and classes will start on Monday, 3 February. Dream Intake for University Stellenbosch Continued from page 1 New Maties Students - Photo Credit, Justin Alberts Enjoy the 10 day Stellenbosch Wine Festival Out with the old, in with the NEW For the second year the Stellen- bosch Wine Festival fills a spot on the January calendar with a 10-day extrava- ganza celebrating the start of the grape harvest. The Festival started Friday, 24 January and will run through to Sunday, 2 February 2014. It offers visitors not only its natural beauty, cultural herit- age, excellent academic institutions, but also excellent wining and dining, a harvest and street festival, wine expos, speciality wine tasting and tours, art exhibitions, sporting activities, cultivar experiences, restaurant promotions and other special events. The Stellenbosch Harvest Parade cel- ebrated the start of the grape harvest season and the start of the Stellenbosch Wine Festival with a flotilla of colourful farm tractors, trucks, trailers and enter- tainers, who made their way through the streets of Stellenbosch. Apart from the procession visitors had the opportunity to wine and dine in the streets of Stellen- bosch as well as in true European-style in the historic Church Street. The Pick n Pay Women’s 5 kilometre Walk took the streets of Stellenbosch in aid of breast cancer awareness and prevention. This initiative formed part of PinkDrive, an organisation that offers free breast cancer screening in local communities. For the duration of the festival, wine lovers will also be able to enjoy Winery Experiences at about eighty wineries in the region, while the American Express Wine & Dine programme will feature some of the top award-winning restau- rants in the Stellenbosch region offering special festival menus and promotions. Longridge Wine Estate will transform the historical street in front of the Town Hallintoanelegantopen-airdiningvenue for 300 distinguished guests where canapés and bubbly will kick off the fine dining experience. A three-course meal paired with the award-winning wines from the Longridge Wine Estate will be served while guests enjoy live music by a string quartet. The Wine Expo will be hosted on Die Braak from 31 January to 2 February where the venue will be transformed into an elegant, open-air lounge with over sixty winery stands offering wine tastings, a Pick n Pay Fresh and small producers market and live entertain- ment. Proceeds from various events taking place during the Stellenbosch Wine Fes- tival will be donated to the Stellenbosch Wine Festival Foundation where funds are utilised for bursaries to disadvan- taged young students, whose parents work within the wine industry. For more information contact (021) 886 4310. Kalfi’s Restaurant in Franschhoek is under new ownership and will continue as an owner-operated family restaurant. Hans and Marida Olivier took ownership of Kalfi’s offering locals and tourists the opportunity to indulge in traditionally home cooked dishes, prepared under the watchful eye of Marida and her team. From the outset, and based on popular demand, will the Chicken Pie be back on the menu. Pancakes filled with ordi- nary cinnamon and sugar or various other savoury fillings will also be added to on the menu. Daily specials will be added throughout the week, excluding Monday’s. Other specials include Spare Ribs, Lamb Shanks, Chicken Schnit- zels and T-Bone or Rump Steaks. The Monday special will feature the buy one get one free Hamburger, and a new- comer to the menu in near future will be the Sunday Carvery. Kalfi’s added to its daily services a petite Coffee Shop which serves cakes, scones and lemon meringue pie. As owners Hans and Marida have combined their strengths, each in their own field of expertise. Hans resigned from SAPS as a Forensic Analyst while Marida resigned as bookkeeper from Whitehead Scientific. They would like to thank Kalfi’s loyal customers for their support. Kalfi’s Restaurant Team
  5. 5. THE NEWSPAPER PAGE 5 Fonda Kom maak jou Plan VEnnoTE Registreer op www.akademia.ac.za ENTREPENEURS AKADEMIA SAKEPLAN kompetisie Inskrywings sluit - 15 mei Pretoria Entrepreneurseminaar 11 maaRT 2014 Bellville Entrepreneurseminaar 13 maaRT 2014 Werkswinkel 1 3 JUNie 2014 Gala aand 20 OkTOBeR 2014 Werkswinkel 2 29 JULie 2014 sms sakEPlan en jou naam na 34933 EDUCATION I am the Earth Project Beaumont Primary School, situated in the Helderberg basin educate 1 200 learn- ers from Grade R to Grade 7. The school has been awarded Eco School status for the past 5 years, and maintain certain standards on recycling, serving the com- munity, learning about cultural heritage and the conservation of plants and animals. The school motto “Ut Prosim” (In Order to Serve) suit them well as they believe that true excellence is achieved by using success to enrich the lives of others less fortunate. Beaumont is very excited about the Recycling Swop Shop that opened last year at the Sir Lowry’s Pass Primary School. In this project, learners of the commu- nity are encouraged to bring bags of recycling to the swop shop. They receive points according to how much recycling they have brought in. They redeem these points in the swop shop for items of clothing, school stationery, school uniforms, books, toys or toiletries. This way the environment is kept clean and the children are taking an active role in creating a greener future. The school keeps the shop stocked with toiletries, books, toys and non- perishable food items received as donations from parents and the Som- erset West community. If anyone would like to make a donation to the swop shop, please contact Carol at carolv@ beaumont4u.co.za. Swop Shop at Sir Lowry’s Pass Primary Provinsiale Onderwysminister, Donald Grant en Christiaan Klopper, Skoolhoof Hoërskool, Strand Matriek 2013 Toekenning funksie by Leeuwenhof Die Wes-Kaapse onderwysdepar- tement (WKOD) se Matriek 2013 Toekenningsfunksie vir uitnemendheid het by die Wes-Kaapse premierswoning, Leeuwenhof op Dinsdag,14 Januarie 2014 plaasgevind. Onder die twintig skole wat deur die Wes-Kaapse onderwysdepartement vir uitnemendheid vereer is, is skole in die Helderberg en Stellenbosch area as volg: Hoër Meisieskool Bloemhof, Hoër Meisieskool Rhenish, Paul Roos Gim- nasium en Hoërskool Parel Vallei. Elke skool ontvang R15 000 as prysgeld. Uit die top 43 presteerders in die Wes Kaap word die volgende leerders ingesluit: Gerben Draaijer (Paul Roos Gimnasium), Karlien Heyns (Hoër Meisieskool Bloemhof), Willem Wilken (Paul Roos Gimnasium) en Marguerite Theron, Hoërskool Parel Vallei, Somer- set-Wes. Die toekenning vir die skool in die provinsie wat die grootste verbetering in Wiskunde getoon het, in vergelyking met die slaagsyfer van 2012, is aan Hoër skool Strand toegeken. Met hierdie besondere toekenning het die skool ‘n prysgeld van R10 000 ontvang wat vir onderrig-en leermateriaal aangewend kan word. Wel gedaan! Bestaan jou besigheid uit lukrake besluite, of bestuur jy dit volgens ʼn plan? Klink begrippe soos marknavorsing, SWOT-analise en finansiële beplanning soos iets wat jy nog moet doen? Wil jy met ʼn nuwe idee begin, maar weet nie waar om te begin of hoe om die mark te betree nie? Die Akademia Sakeplankompetisie 2014 is net die antwoord vir jou! Skryf jou sake-idee in vir die uitbreiding van jou bestaande besigheid, of vir die aanpak van ʼn nuwe besigheid, en staan die kans om benewens die waardevolle kennis wat jy opdoen, weg te stap met pryse ter waarde van meer as R200 000,00! Om deel te neem, is maklik. Besoek die webwerf www.akademia.ac.za vanaf 15 Februarie 2014 vir bepalings en voorwaardes, en registreer sommer aanlyn! Wonder jy soms of dit wel so ʼn goeie idee is / was om die gerief van ʼn maande- likse salaris te verruil vir die onsekerheid van ʼn eie onderneming? Is die konsep van entrepreneurskap ʼn vreesaanjaende gedagte? Kom neem deel aan Akademia se Entrepreneurseminaar op 11 Maart 2014 in die Atterbury- teater in Pretoria en op 13 Maart in die CR Louw-ouditorium in Sanlam se hoofkantoor in Bellville. Bekende entrepreneurs en kundiges gee raad oor hoe jy jou probleem in geleenthede kan omskep. Bespreek jou plek. Maak gou, sitplekke is beperk! Jy is jonk, suksesvol en lus vir die lewe, maar jy kort ʼn kwalifikasie. Jou werk en salaris beteken dat jy nie vir drie jaar kan ophou werk om voltyds te studeer nie! Moenie angsbevange raak nie; Akademia het vir jou ʼn oplossing! Akademia is by die Raad op Hoër Onderwys geregistreer om geakkrediteerde universiteitsvlakkwalifikasies aan te bied. Klasse vind na-uurs in ʼn studiesentrum naby aan jou huis plaas, en alles, van klasse tot eksamens, word in Afrikaans gedoen! Die koste is tot 40% goedkoper as ander universiteite en ons is boonop die eerste instelling wat tabletrekenaars aan ons studente verskaf het. Dit is alles by jou studiegeld ingesluit! Vir meer inligting oor Akademia se studierigtings, waar ons studiesentrums geleë is, en die ongelooflik bekostigbare aanbiedings, besoek gerus ons webblad by www.akademia.ac.za, gesels saam op Facebook by akademiakampus, of stuur vir ons ʼn SMS met akademia, jou naam en van, na 34933. (SMS kos R2) Aansoeke vir 2015 open 1 Februarie 2014 en sluit op 12 Desember 2014. Hou ook ons Facebook en webblad deur die jaar dop vir opwindende aankondigings rakende nuwe studiesentrums en studierigtings vir 2015! 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  6. 6. WESTERN CAPE THE NEWSPAPERPAGE 6 Shuttle Service Airport Transfers,Hotel and other collections/drop-offs. Visit our website: www.hottentotsshuttleandtour.com for more information Tours Service Full Day tours of Whale Watching, Sports, Nature, Nightlife and Sightseeing all that the Cape has to offer! We Speak the Language English,Dutch,Vlaams, Afrikaans, German and French Safety, Comfort and Timeliness Call: + 27 (0) 72 316 3562 Email: info@hottentotsshuttleandtour.com A dive with a difference An adventurer’s haven lies nestled in the heart of the Little Karoo intriguing people from around the world with a thrilling world-first! The opportunity to come face-to-face with a prehistoric, cold-blooded creature, one that is sure to get your heart racing! The Cango Wildlife Ranch, in the unique Karoo town of Oudtshoorn, presents its world-class natural encounters-programs, a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ opportunity for people to interact with incredible animals; such as the Cheetah, Tiger, Lemur, Giant Tegu, Cubs and Reptiles. In 2004, the owners of the ranch, Andrew and Glenn Eriksen, decided it was time to help change people’s perceptions of another animal, the enormous and feared Nile Crocodile. In 2006 they implemented Croc-cage diving, a world first in both adventure and conservation activities. Once your ticket is purchased, you climb into the steel reinforced cage and are slowly lowered into the water. You see the predator as clearly as it sees you! The cage is lowered next to the crocodile to ensure a really close view, close enough to count their teeth! You will be in safe, but in scary waters, as the underwater photog- raphers capture every moment on camera. The intimidating experience of looking into the crocs eyes; not quite knowing how safe you are, or if he is going to strike … it is a truly humbling experience. They are fed three times a week, and the feeding times never coincide with a dive. The whole goal is to view them in their relax surroundings, completely unhindered! Cango Wildlife Ranch is on a par with some of the best animal experiences in the world and is one of only four facilities in Africa to have obtained accreditation from the Standards-Body in the zoological industry. The guided tour is on average an hour long, and an extra 15-20 minutes can be added per encounter. Cango Wildlife Ranch, Oudtshoorn - Croc Cage Diving Explore Brandy Country With a long, rich history in brandy making dating back to 1672, the world’s finest brandies emanate from South Africa. Rooted in age-old traditions, South African brandy is one of the country’s most iconic products; and is a most-loved distilled drink. The Western Cape Brandy Route and the R62 Brandy Route, might just be the only brandy routes in the world. For wine lovers to go on a brandy journey is not such a big leap: brandy is made from wine after all. The Western Cape Brandy Route leads you through the heart of fine wine country: Stellenbosch, Paarl, Fran- schhoek, Wellington and the new high-lying Elgin area. For an evocative introduction to and overview of the art and science of more than three centuries of Cape brandy making, begin your journey in Stellenbosch, at Van Ryn’s Brandy Cellar. A guided tour, comparative style tasting and brandy- and-chocolate pairing unlock a cornucopia of delectable sights, sounds, smells and tastes. Move on to the renowned red wine cellar Kaapzicht which produces a pure potstill brandy. Louiesenhof winemaker, Stefan Smit learnt from veteran distiller Jos le Roux to make his Marbonne Potstill containing brandy aged for up to 16 years in oak. Beautifully restored 1712 Uitkyk, offers a 10 Year Old, and modern Tokara makes a rich pure pot-still five-year-old from fruit off 30-year-old vines. Paarl brings you Backsberg, the home of the eponymous Sidney Back brandies. Historic Laborie’s Alambic five-year-old brandy comes in an elegant, embossed 500ml bottle and Venerable Nederburg has resurrected its recently discovered history of brandy making with its Potstilled Solera. In Wellington the meticulously restored three-centuries-old farm De Compagnie, specialises in exclusive pure pot-still brandies. Historic 17th-century French Hugue- not farm Versailles offers carefully crafted brandies under the Savingnac label. Across the Hottentots Holland mountain range among Elgin’s new cool-climate vineyards lies the elegant Oude Molen Distillery, honouring in name the ‘father’ of South African brandy, Frenchman Renée Santhagen, who introduced the Cognaçaise method of copper pot double distillation here in the early 1900s. Van Ryn’s Brandy Cellar, Stellenbosch Thierry and Natascha, his partner, both in their capacity as international Travel and Tourist Guides, provide a professional service according to European standards to tourist travelling to Cape Town for business or pleasure. It is their goal to provide tourists with unforgettable memories of Cape Town, the Garden Route, the wild life as well as the picturesque nature. Natascha speaks 6 languages fluently. Being able to speak German, French, Afri- kaans, Dutch, Vlaams and English adds great value to their service. Natascha is able to take the tourist right into the heart and soul of the Afrikaner and their tradi- tions - introducing them to braaivleis, biltong and even encouraging them to speak a few words in Afrikaans. Travellers can tour in a relaxed atmosphere with many tailor- made options to suit their travel needs including city life, sightseeing, winelands, overnight and coastal tours of their choice for the period desired. The Cultural, Art, Shopping and Penin- sula tour is true favourites. With Cape Town being voted World Design Capital 2014, there is a great demand for foreigners to see the design city. Get these efficient tour guides to take your photo at the Yellow Frame in the Waterfront, with Table Mountain as backdrop. Tour the beautiful Western Cape with Natascha and Thierry where safety, comfort and timeliness is always a priority! Thierry Vergauwen and Natascha Proost, both from Belgium have added great value to the tourism industry in the Western Cape by presenting guided tours to foreigners in their own language. For fifteen years Thierry operated a Tourism Business from the harbour of Antwerp in Belgium as a Tourist Operator and shuttle service to Cruise Liners. Visiting the Western Cape frequently he fell in love with the beauty, the sun and nature and has subsequently made South Africa his new home. Two years ago he started his own Travel and Tour Company in Somerset West called the Hottentots Shuttle & Tours. Paintkor CC, a medium size painting enterprise has been in operation in the Western Cape and Helderberg/Stellenbosch for over 20 years. Residential complexes, wineries and commercial buildings are among the many projects successfully completed in the past. Work at the Table Bay Hotel at the V&A Waterfront was procured and done some time ago. Recent projects with references include many homes in De Zalze Estate which was completed and redecorated successfully by our team. Other successful projects include Serena Terrace Housing Estate in Somerset West, Belaire Estate in Somerset West, Devon Valley Winery in Stellenbosch, and various houses within the Welgevonden Estate in Stellenbosch. Paintkor has over the months extended its services to single residential re- quests, be it interior, or exterior, and even roof decorating. No project is too small, Paintkor has the infrastructure to attend to any request. Paintkor 17 Frangipani Street Somerset West 7130 Cell: 082 425 9944 E-mail: tub.paintkor@gmail.com Specialist in Painting, Waterproofing, Powerwashing, Roof Cleaning & Painting TUBBY CURRIE Tour in the comfort of your own language
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  8. 8. BUSINESS & TRAVEL THE NEWSPAPERPAGE 8 15 Bright Street Somerset West | Bookings 021 852 0274 Open Monday - Sunday 8:00am - 17:00pm Vertu Lunch Boutique Belgium on Bright Street If you haven’t been to Belgium, visit Vertu Lunch Boutique in Somerset West and indulge in traditional Belgium food. Katia, the Vertu Lunch Boutique owner-chef with almost 25 years experience in Belgium food selec- tively put together her menu providing a variety of delicious Belgium dishes. The day at Vertu on Bright Street starts with a selection of fine breakfasts. For the not so hungry there is a selection of sandwiches on French loaf. The “Uitsmijter” bouncer sandwich is very popular. It is presented in old Belgium tradition with two sunny side up eggs on a selection of veggies and selected meats on two slices of bread. Lunch is served every day in typical Belgium style. The Newspaper’s recommended hot dishes are the Vol au Vent, a Belgium chicken pie with chicken and meat balls and the Flemish Carbonate, a Beef stew. For the sweet tooth, Belgium chocolate sauce with ice cream is a must. Other desserts include deli- cious homemade pancakes, Banana and Ice Cream with Belgium Hot Chocolate as well as the “Egg Liquor” with whipped cream and Ice Cream. The homemade Chocolate mousse is made with nothing less than the best in Belgium Chocolate. “Served in a Bolleke” - “De Koning” is a highly coloured amber beer for men and Liefmans Fruitness 5 Berries flavoured beer is for the ladies - specially imported beer from Belgium. Don’t leave before you’ve tasted the Vertu Delux coffee accompanied by a small glass of freshly made egg liquor, carre confituur and whipped cream. Come and enjoy the hospitality of Katia at Vertu on Bright Street, Somerset West. 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  10. 10. HEALTH & WELLNESS THE NEWSPAPERPAGE 10 Make a booking | 021 843 3347 | 0823384355 | www.pomegranaterestaurant.co.za Excellent Food & Wine Experience in the Cape winelands Restaurant Hours Tuesday - Sunday 12:00 - 17:00 Every person’s opinion can be different when it comes to describing a healthy lifestyle as everyone is unique with different needs. Wellness involves both choice and action. The choice you make and the actions you take can lead to a healthier life. By adopting these healthy living guidelines you can keep yourself on track to achieve and live a healthy life. Balance your diet - A nutritious diet includes adhering to a high intake of fruits, vegetables and a low consumption of meat. Lean cuts of meat, low-fat dairy prod- ucts, healthy fats and fibre can help you control your weight and blood pressure and lower your cholesterol levels. Limit your intake of salt and sugar. The consump- tion of water is very important in your diet and the experts say that you should drink at least 8 glasses of water per day. Participate in regular physical exercise - Regular physical activity enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness. Regular exercise boosts the immune system, help prevent heart disease, diabetes, obesity and mental health problems such as depression. Aim for at least 20-45 minutes of mod- erate exercise five days a week. Continue Reading page 11 The Newspaper challenged Legends Studio, Somerset West to prove credibil- itythroughtheuseoftheirLipoCavitation Program. The Newspaper appointed their candidate in the Program, called LipoMan to be monitored from the beginning of the treatment. Legends suggested that a minimum of 6 sessions is required to see positive results. After the sessions a report will be published with regard to the success achieved by LipoMan. The Newspaper is happy to report LipoMan started the Lipo Cavitation treatment on 3 January 2014. Three body measurements were taken at the beginning of each of the 6 treatments. The first was the upper waist, followed by the naval waist, and lastly the lower waist, a section heavily impacted with fat deposits. Sessions were conducted every alter- native day. Before each session the Pomegranate Restaurant situated on the Vergenoegd Wine Estate pre- sents its patrons the flair of fine dining in casual style. It’s enjoying lunch in the ambiance of the historical 1773 Manor House surrounded by beautiful views of the winemaking Estate, mountains and vineyards which takes any visitor back to the days of yesteryear. Pomegranate is Michael Israel’s trade- mark on Fine Dining with a difference. He has been in the trade for many years and 2014 is the 20th anniversary of Pomegranate Restaurant. Not only is Michael the Executive Owner Chef, but also the Sommelier. All dishes are finely paired with a wine that blends in with the choice of dish. The Newspaper was privileged to share in the taste of dishes prepared with the best ingredients. The menu is simple, but the fusion flavours speaks another language. The Gemsbok Carpaccio cured with rock salt, juniper berry, cumin seed and lemon zest, rocket leaves and finished with drunken pecorino cheese, mustard and red wine vinaigrette is a “must” on the Starter list. On the other hand, the Tomato Tart is to die for. This delicious homemade puff pastry is topped with pitted and skinned tomato, a little butter and cream, oven baked and garnished with fresh basil and chives freshly picked from the garden. The Runner Duck White wine is perfectly paired with therapist recorded the three waist meas- urements and then actively worked the defined area. During each of the 6 ses- sions of 20 minutes a high frequency probe was moved over the abdomen area to burst fat. At the end of the first 6 sessions The Newspaper is happy to confirm that the waist measurement of LipoMan showed a remarkable reduc- tion of 8 cm. (went down two notches in belt size) What is Lipo Cavitation? It is a high frequency sound wave which penetrates the fat cell and even- tually bursts the fat cell. The fat is filtered through the lymph and the liver and excreted through the bowel. It is recommended that 1.5 litres of water is consumed several hours prior to and after each session. This plays a major role in the success of the treatment. Legends has found that cavitation is excellent in kick-starting a persons weight loss programme. It’s also important not to indulge in food that will negatively impact the Cavitation process. It is furthermore recorded that LipoMan adapted his daily food consumption, removed starch from all menus, and reduced all alcohol intake to as little as two glasses of wine con- sumed over a 14 day period. The Newspaper will be back to report on LipoMan’s treatment in the next edition after the second 6 sessions. the tart. The Duck Leg and Breast Confit, is well cooked and served with a crispy finish, dressed with a pomegranate white wine jus and paired with Vergenoegd Caber- net Sauvignon 2007. The Eland Fillet, a Superior meat as a game choice is Char grilled, finished in the oven, dressed with a chocolate chilli red wine jus and garnished with coppa. If you fancy South East Asian dishes, the Warm Seafood Salad and Vegetar- ian dish will be the right choice. The Chocolate Pancakes was the dish of the day! Imagine a slab of dark chocolate wrapped in a home-made chocolate crepe then flamed in port and coffee, dressed with the rich dark sauce from the pan and finished with ice cream! Delicious! A perfect afternoon came to an end in the presence of a wonderful host with a sip of the Vin De Constance, a natural sweet wine made by Klein Constantia, said to be the finest natural sweet wine in the world. The Newspaper highly recommends Pomegranate Restaurant as Restaurant of the Month - the best in Fine Dining with a difference. Pomegranate Restaurant is only open for Lunch from 12h00 to 17h00 and are closed on Mondays. Adapt a healthy lifestyle LipoMan Health Challenge Restaurant of The Month - Pomegranate
  11. 11. THE NEWSPAPER GENERAL Select a physical activity that is suit- able for yourself and something that you can enjoy several times per week for example: running, walking, swimming, yoga, Pilates, tennis or other sporting activities. Exercise levels will depend on your physical condition. Some medical conditions require a doctor’s consent first before you start exercising. Maintain healthy body weight - The keytosuccessfulweightlossisacommit- ment in making permanent adjustments to your diet and exercise program as well as your lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle involves maintaining a healthy weight or a body mass index below 30. A method of estimating the ideal body weight is by applying the Body Mass Index (BMI) calculation. Get enough sleep - A good night’s rest help keep your mind and body healthy. Getting enough sleep can have many benefits such as: recharge immune system, boost brainpower, give more energy for the next day and lift the mood. Most adults need 7 to 8 hours of sleep every night. Take care of yourself - With all the demands of life there is limited time and energy available to take care of your- self. You may find yourself neglecting your own personal needs. Take care of your skin, hair, teeth and feet. Also make some time each day to spend on your own. Medical Checkup - You need to monitor your health and go for regular medical checkups after the age of 50. The regular management of blood pres- sure, cholesterol and blood sugar is important. Stress Management - Stressors Pets provide unconditional love and companionship for people of all ages - a fact that any pet owner can testify to. We therefore owe it to our furry friends to take care of them in the best possible way. Perky Pets at Cinnamon Square, on Gordon’s Bay Boulevard, is a “one-stop" destination, being part of a well estab- lished Pet Group situated around the Cape, the shop continues to deliver on its promise of enhancing the wellbeing of all pets. "We aim to provide a wide range of premium products and accessories at competitive prices. Our signature trade- mark is excellent customer service to this end. Clients also have the option of buying in bulk, which means they get to enjoy the added benefit of great cost Taking care of our friends savings on pet supplies not normally found in boutique shops." While there is a range of hand-reared birds and fish in-store, Perky Pets makes a point of not stocking cats and dogs as they believe this encourages backstreet breeding. "We'd rather that clients get involved with animal welfare organizations. WP Biltong Is situated In the Strand, and provides a wide variety of biltong to both the public and wholesale markets in and around Southern Africa With over 20 years experiance within this competitive market, we pride ourselves with excellent quality biltong, service and customer satisfation throught our full range of quality products, Our award winning biltong comes in the following forms * BEEF * CHICKEN * OSTRICH * SPRINGBOK * ELAND * KUDU * FLAVOURED WORS ect. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION & RETAIL SALES TO PUBLIC 97 George Street Strand T: 021 853 2656 | C: 079 209 1506 | E: wpbiltong@gmail.com WP BILTONG are the events or situations that cause stress. Being unprepared for a situation could make a person develop stress. Sit- uations which are recognized to be very stressful are associated with change, and with lack of control over what is happening. It is important that you can learn to identify your own responses to stress and develop the ability to deal with it accordingly. Avoid smoking - The use of tobacco products increase the risk of heart disease, respiratory infections, asthma and lung cancer. It also reduces the length and quality of your life and effect the people around you. Limit alcohol use - Drinking too much alcohol can raise blood pressure, harm the liver, brain and heart. It is recom- mended that healthy adults who drink Adapt a healthy lifestyle ( Continued from page 10) This is the time of the year where thousands of people are enjoying the summer sun at the most beautiful beaches. However the sun is also dan- gerous. The UV Index in our area is between 9 - 11+ which means the sun strength is very strong and the skin burns quickly. One of the most important causes of skin cancer is exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun or sunbeds. What is ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun? Ultraviolet is part of the electromag- netic (light) spectrum that reaches the earth from the sun. It has wavelengths shorter than visible light, making it invis- ible to the naked eye. The ultraviolet (UV) radiation that affects the skin is classified as: UVA, (long wave) and UVB (short wave). UVA and UVB penetrate the atmosphere and play an important role in conditions such as skin aging, eye damage, and skin cancers. Facts on UVA (Long wave) - UVA is the longest of the UV rays, penetrate the deeper layers of the skin and plays a major role in skin aging, skin wrinkling and skin cancer. - UVA rays account for up to 95% of the UV radiation reaching the earth. - UVA is the dominant tanning ray, causing damage to the skin’s DNA. - Tanning booths or Tan Cans release 12 times more UVA as the sun. People using them are 2.5 more times likely to develop squamous cell carcinoma, and 1.5 times more likely to develop basal cell carcinoma. - Less intense than UVB. - Penetrates the skin more than UVB. - Play major part in skin wrinkling. - Penetrates glass and clouds. PAGE 11 Be SunSmart and avoid skin cancer alcohol should limit their daily intake to two or fewer servings per day. Enjoy life - Slowdown from your hectic lifestyle and enjoy life. Take time to enjoy whatever you are doing, spend time outdoors to appreciate nature, disconnect from your laptop and iPhone, spend time with friends and family, drive slower and stop multitasking by focusing on one thing at a time. You don’t have to make all these changes at once! Achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle is an ongoing process! Facts on UVB (Short wave) UVB is responsible for burning, tanning, accelerating the skin aging and also plays a key role in the development of skin cancer. UVB varies by season, location and time of day. - Cause of reddening and sunburn. - Damage the skins epidermis layers. - UVB does not penetrate glass.
  12. 12. ART & DESIGN THE NEWSPAPER IMIBALA GALLERY in association with EVERARD READ, CT Opening 6 February 18h00 – 19h30 16 Bright Street Somerset West 6 February – 1 March 2014 People & Placesurban and rural South Africa explored Ricky Dyaloyi, Vusi Khumalo & Velaphi Mzimba GALLERY HOURS Mon-Fri 10h00-16h30 Sat 10h00-13h00 +27 21 852 2411 gallery@imibala.com Invest in Fine Art to invest in lives The Imibala Gallery in Somerset West hopes to pioneer a dualistic invest- ment approach for the serious fine art collector, in support of Imibala’s charitable aims. Patrons who aim to preserve pre-eminent South African art for posterity, will - through their art acquisition - simultaneously become the patrons of young learners benefitting from Imibala sponsorships. No premium will be added to the accepted market price of the artwork to facilitate this. Patrons will also be entitled to a Tax Certificate confirming the 10% donated portion of the purchase price which may be used to obtain a tax benefit. The Imibala organisation has been in Somerset West since 1999 and through the Imibala Trust has grown to include art and drama lessons, computer lessons and sponsorships which cover school uni- forms, shoes, underwear, stationery and/or school fees. Since inception, over 13 000 sponsorships have been facilitated to assist the poorest of the poor. The January ‘Celebration of Identity’ exhibition is the culmination of working with emerging artists over time. The two February and March exhibitions will be mounted in association with Everard Read, Cape Town, with celebrated artists of their choice. While the Imibala Gallery operates as a private company, any profits generated will be donated towards Imibala Trust sponsorships, with a minimum commitment of 10% of the value of the artwork. Patrons will receive a notarial certificate of charitable authenticity confirming the identity of specific children sponsored through the patron’s passion to creatively invest in emerging lives. To subscribe to the Imibala Gallery e-mails contact gallery@imibala.com or call (021) 852 2411. Imibala students painting Stobels designed and donated by MBA Architects PAGE 12 Boutique decorating & Consulting For the latest trends & DIY ideas Valentine Special Present this advert to receive a 10% discount. Our sales & installation team is waiting to welcome you! The Cape Town Art Fair is gearing up once again to bring together the very best of South African contemporary art under one roof. From 28th February to 2nd March 2014, the BMW Pavilion at the V&A Waterfront will play host to an elite selection of galleries representing acclaimed and emerging art world stars, complemented by an exciting programme of performances, talks and artists dia- logues. This second edition of the Fair also marks the inaugural participation of leading local galleries Stevenson, Goodman and Everard Read, who will be joining the ranks of new and returning exhibitors. Throughout the duration of the fair The Sovereign Art Foundation will be provid- ing an innovative children’s art project on the lower levels of the pavilion. This Cape Town Art Fair Christopher Moller Gallery - Cape Town charity organisation is devoted to utilizing the arts in children’s rehabilitation, education and therapy, and their involvement will undoubtedly enrich the Fair experience for all. Other highlights include the screening of new works at the IMAX cinema by some of the nation’s most innovative multimedia artists in association with Wanted Business Day Magazine. Art South Africa will host panel discussions featuring key figures in the South African art world, creating a forum for debate within the visual arts sector. In addition, the 2014 CTAF will present a body of work by invited artist Josh Ginsberg, and offer a strategic alliance with GUILD, Africa’s first design fair held at the Lookout, V&A Waterfront, from 27 February to 9 March serving to locate contemporary art within a larger creative sphere. For further information contact (021) 702 2280.
  13. 13. LIFESTYLE Cellar Masters of the Month Achim & Takuan von Arnim THE NEWSPAPER Achim von Arnim Morgenster Extra Virgin Olive Oil achieves Top Score Morgenster Extra Virgin Olive Oil was awarded the top score of 98 points out of 100 in the Flos Olei 2014 competition which assesses the world’s best olive oils. The Estate also received the “Made with Love” award in the section listing, the world’s 20 best farms in the accompanying Flos Olei 2014 - a guide to the world of extra virgin olive oil. Flos Olei 2014 is an annual guide that deal on an interna- tional scale with the world’s best extra virgin olive oils, providing information about the sector and directing readers towards quality. It is also an international compe- tition involving an assessment of olive oils by a panel of expert tasters coordinated by Marco Oreggia, where tasters follow strictly controlled tasting proce- dures. Giulio Bertrand, owner of the Somerset West farm, went to Rome to accept the award and commented: “In last year’s Flos Olei we were excited to achieve 97 out of 100 for the fourth year in a row. Being one of only 11 oil producers in the world to achieve 98/100, the highest score ever Giulio Bertrand, with his 2014 Flos Olei award PAGE 13 The history of Haute Cabriere dates back to 22 December 1694 when the French Huguenot Pierre Jourdan, was granted a piece of land in Olifantshoek - today known as Franschhoek – which he decided to name after his home town, Cabriere. In the early 1980’s Achim von Arnim – then still Cellar Master at Boschen- dal – purchased a portion of this land, with his vision firmly set on the idea of producing wines in the style of the Champagne region. Following the tradi- tion of the famous French Champagne houses, he planted the noble cultivars of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir to produce his first Champagne-equivalent, known in South Africa as Cap Classique, and named this wine in honour of the original pioneer, Pierre Jourdan. A few years later, Achim discovered another piece of land – now known as Haute Cabriere - on the slopes of the Franschhoek Mountains, which reflected a similar type of terroir which he had encountered during his time as a student in Burgundy. He fondly recalls the day that the clay of Haute Cabrière stuck to the soles of his Levi’s boots in exactly the same way it did when he worked the vineyards of Burgundy. To him, this offered the inspiration to utilize the potential of these perfect growing conditions by producing a Burgun- dian-styled Pinot Noir and a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. And so, from its humble origins, the venture which until then, Achim had pursued more or less on the sideline to his daytime position at Boschendal, grew to encompass a beautifully serene underground cellar built into the side of Franschhoek Mountain, which Achim opened exactly 300 years after Pierre Jourdan had been granted Cabriere – on 22 December 1994. With Achim’s wife Hildegard hailing from the famous German Mosel wine region, the passion for wine runs in the family, and it is only natural that their eldest son Takuan works closely with his father in the creation of Haute Cabriere’s fine wines. Achim and Takuan share the funda- mental wine growing philosophy of “sun, soil, vine, man”, which revolves around the perfect harmony of nature’s ele- ments coming together to create magic – with man playing only the role of a respectful conductor in creating a sum that’s bigger than its parts. Today, the range encompasses two Cap Classiques – the Pierre Jourdan Brut and Pierre Jourdan Belle Rose, as well as a selection of still wines – the Pierre Jourdan Tranquille, the Haute Cabriere Chardonnay Pinot Noir, the Haute Cabriere Pinot Noir and the revo- lutionary Haute Cabriere Unwooded Pinot Noir. All wines are fantastically versatile, to be enjoyed on their own or with a variety of different foods. Situated alongside Franschhoek Pass, Haute Cabriere offers magnifi- cent views over the Franschhoek Valley. The Tasting Room offers guided cellar tours Mondays – Fridays at 11h00 and 15h00, and a Cellar Master’s Tour on Saturdays at 11h00, which is hosted by either Achim or Takuan von Arnim. For lunch and dinner, Haute Cabriere Cellar Restaurant & Terrace offers a delightful a la carte menu with full and half por- tions, as well as a variety of pairing menus – including a wide selection of vegetarian options. Between 15h00 and 19h00, guests can enjoy the “Deli- cious Little Things” menu served on the terrace as the perfect accompaniment to a relaxed glass of wine. Wherever possible, produce is grown either on Haute Cabriere itself, or sourced within the Franschhoek Valley. More information is available on www.cabriere.co.za bestowed on an oil by a top international panel of judges, makes me very proud to bring this award home to South Africa”. The other ten farms that achieved the same score are in Spain (two), Italy (seven) and Chile (one). Bertrand believes that the combina- tion of Italian trees and expertise, an exceptional South African terroir and a rigid approach to quality at every stage of production has senabled Morgenster to achieve this level of excellence. The Estate’s wines and olive products are exported around the world.
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This is also a big year on local cal- endars as Cape Town marks its status as 2014 World Design Capital. Design Indaba celebrates its 20th anniversary of championing design. This year’s Design Indaba festival will consist of: Design Indaba Conference 2014 - 26 to 28 February More than 40 of the world’s leading design minds take to the Design Indaba Conference at Cape Town International Convention Centre. The diverse group of speakers comprise of sound designers, architects, curators and ad maestros with a panoply of perspectives from over 20 different countries. This year more local design fundis join in the fun as the audience expand to Simulcast venues in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth and Potchefstroom. Design Indaba Expo 2014 - 28 February to 2 March (Buyers/Media Preview: 27 February) Design Indaba Expo, taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre will for the first time look north of South Africa’s borders to include work by creatives from other African coun- tries. A centrepiece exhibition, Africa Is Now, a Design Indaba project, will introduce visitors to the latest develop- ments in architecture, fashion, social and industrial design, and technological innovation sweeping the continent. Design Indaba FilmFest 2014 - 21 February to 2 March Design Indaba FilmFest presents 10 documentary feature films, never before seen on South African soil, in an unfor- gettable setting. The festival takes place over 10 nights at two different venues. Maiden’s Cove in Clifton will host three films, screened in an old-school drive-in style setting. The Castle of Good Hope will hosts the remaining seven films outdoors, with the audience picnicking against the backdrop of Table Mountain. Design Indaba Music Circuit 2014 - 26 to 27 February Design Indaba once again hosts a series of world-class music events in Cape Town to celebrate music as an art form and a medium to spread the message of creative thinking. Ten of the best venues Cape Town has to offer showcase a progressive blend of South African and African musos in genres such as electronica, jazz and hip-hop blends, afro-house, new age kwaito, folk and soul. For more information visit www.designindaba.com The Stellenbosch Street Soiree or street gathering will take place on 12 February, 2014 at the lower part of Church Street where all the action will be. This easy-going gathering will transform the oak-lined streets and welcome locals and visitors to experience true Stellenbosch lifestyle. Wine tastings are offered by various Stellenbosch estates, gourmet bites by par- ticipating restaurants and entertainment. Last Summer Line-up date will be on the 12 March, weather permitting. A last word from Elmarie Rabe, events manager for Stellenbosch Wine Routes: “Our quaint town really lends itself to street ‘kuiers’ and these after-work get-togeth- ers allow one to bask in a wonderful Winelands atmosphere and forget about the day’s hassles and hullabaloos.” The Stellenbosch Street Soirees take place from 18h00 to 20h00. For R30 you get a wine glass and a ticket to taste many wines. For more information contact (021) 886-4310. Design Indaba Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) Stellenbosch Street Soiree Celebrate summer in style at this year’s Franschoek Summer Wines Festival taking place at Leopard’s leap family Vineyards on 8 February 2014. Franschhoek’s finest wineries will be showcasing their premium summer wines, namely La Bri, Morena, Môreson, Anthonij Rupert Wines, Bellingham, Noble Hill, Leopard’s Leap, La Motte, Solms-Delta, Haute Cabriere, Grande Provence, Cape Chamonix and Boekenhoutskloof Winery. Fine wine with delicious deli-style food will be prepared by the chefs in the Leop- ard’s Leap Kitchen. Live entertainment will ensure an unforgettable experience throughout the day. The dress code for this event is ‘elegantly white’. Contact Franschhoek Wine Valley for more information at (021) 876 2861. Franschhoek Summer Wines Festival Summer concerts at Paul Cluver The Hope@Paul Cluver Amphitheatre in Elgin is the most unique setting for performances from South African and International artists. 14 February – Movie under the Stars, Love Actually - This endearing British rom-com has become a much-loved modern classic and is sure to get you in the mood for love this Valentine’s day. 15 February – Movie under die Stars, Pretty Woman - Make a date with your valentine to see this classic romantic comedy starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in the woodland cinema under the stars! 22 February – Handful of Keys - Don’t miss the opportunity to see this hilariously entertaining two-man, multi award-winning piano show. It is South Africa’s most successful revue ever and is guaranteed to have you completely enthralled. For more information contact (021) 844 0605 Paul Cluver Amphitheatre
  15. 15. EVENTSTHE NEWSPAPER PAGE 15 Ilse Schermers Art Gallery at Le Quartier Français, 16 Huguenot Street, Franschhoek Tel: 021 876 8443 email: isart@lqf.co.za www.is-art.co.za Currently on Exhibition : FUSION II a collaborative exhibition between BRUCE ATTWOOD, SUE AKERMAN AND GILL GERHARDT The exhibition can be seen from 2 – 27 February 2014, 10h00 – 17h00 is art gallery represents established as well as up and coming South African contemporary artists in all mediums. In addition to the exhibition, the gallery has a variety of selected works on show as well as a beautiful sculpture garden featuring some of this country’s leading artists. We host a new exhibition every 6 to 8 weeks. For more information please contact us. The Helderberg Rugby Club in Strand remains one of the few community club teams that compete at the highest level of club rugby. Their community driven projects receive a high priority of club involvement and participation. This year the club will present the Extreme sevens tournament where the winner takes it all. The Club will host the 10th annual 7’s tournament on 28 February and 1 March, 2014 at Charles Morkel Stadium, Strand. This year the tournament will be Extreme - with 52 teams competing including 16 primary schools, 16 high schools, 16 senior and 4 women teams. The art exhibition entitled ‘FUSION II’, meaning working together to create something new, is what three friends with a diverse but complimentary artistic history, have decided to do. The exhibition features Sue Akerman, Gill Gerhardt and Bruce Attwood. The three notable artists from the Pieter- maritzburg area initially debuted at the Tatham Gallery in Kwa-Zulu Natal to great critical acclaim and much audi- ence enjoyment. Each of these three artists brings a unique area of exper- tise to this collaboration. Attwood is primary a woodturner and printmaker, with a remarkable capacity for inventive engineering and attention to detail. Akerman is known for her delicate fibre art pieces and Gerhardt for her use of surface decoration in glass etching, blasting and in the medium of printmaking. The result is a number of outra- geously different furniture pieces. The three artists decided on the spur of the moment, not only to collaborate in a group project, but to exhibit within a year. They would brainstorm, with Bruce beginning the skeleton of the design and handing it back to Sue or Gill. Some pieces travelled backwards and forwards between the three artists several times before they were declared ‘finished’. The final pieces are playful and complex, with each requiring individual attention from its viewers. This exhibition can be seen from 2 until 27 February 2014 at IS ART at Le Quartier François, Franschhoek. FUSION II Exhibition Are you South Africa’s next MasterChef All amateur cooks who want to impress the MasterChef SA Judges with their unique culinary skills must diarise Saturday, 22 February 2014 where the South African MasterChef Season 3 Auditions will be held in Cape Town at Southern Sun The Cul- linan. The open auditions for MasterChef South Africa require a pre-prepared cold dish. However, the process for subsequent audition rounds has been tweaked slightly. Cape Town-based food blogger, Kamini Pather was proclaimed the winner of MasterChef South Africa 2013 during the season finale broadcast by M-Net on 11 September, 2013. Keep the MasterChef SA title in the Cape and enter now. Remember, you have to be older than 18 and a South African citizen who has not cooked professionally before to enter this competition. For more information download the entry form from the MasterChef SA website. Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo - Cape Town Synonymous with flutes of champagne and exqui- site couture fashion, guests of the fourth annual Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo 2014 are set to attend South Africa’s most exclusive and luxury polo event on the Western Cape’s social calendar on Saturday, 01 March 2014 at Val de Vie Estate, Paarl. The prestigious Champagne House, is the sponsor of some the world’s leading polo events such as the Manhattan Classic in New York City, the LA Polo Classic, the UK’s Gold Cup and the Veuve Clicquot Masters Cape Town, the only event of its kind on the African continent. VIP guests of Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo 2014 tournament can look forward to an afternoon of stylish décor, perfectly chilled Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label champagne, gourmet canapés, lavish couture fashion and a highly anticipated action packed finale of polo. Tickets are available at Computicket. The Helderberg Rugby Club selected a highly competitive team, including the best players of last year and recruited top provincial players from the Boland and Pumas as well as promising club players from Ikeys, Maties and Tukkies for the tournament. Apart from the Extreme 7’s tournament a Music Festival with entertainment pro- vided by Heuwels Fantasties and Wicus van der Merwe, as well as a beauty pageant, with stalls and a potjiekos competition will be part of the activities. For more information contact (021) 853-6953 52 TEAMS 4 LEAGUES 2 DAYS 1 WINNER Photo credit: Paul Barnard Photography MasterChef SA Judges
  16. 16. RUGBY THAT ROCKS IS BACK Back your Boytjies! The 2014 Varsity Rugby season kicks- off in grand style at De Zalze Golf Club on Monday, 3 February with the FNB Varsity Cup moving into its seventh year of existence with some exciting innova- tions planned for this year. The Varsity Cup will lend itself to further refereeing experimentation and is set to employ two referees in each of its fixtures. The referees will operate in tandem during the match, with both able to roam the field in order to police the off- side line, the breakdown, and forward passes. The organisers have again opened the competition to experimenta- tion with specially designed jerseys for props (in the Varsity Cup and Shield). In another innovation a new “Free Catch Rule” will come into play, adding to the free-flowing style of rugby employed in the various tournaments. A player can now mark the ball - when catching a kick on the full - anywhere on the field and not just in his own 22. The referees, however, will play advantage with any catch from the air and will be able to bring the catcher’s team back if they do not get advantage and award a free-kick to them. At present, 20 of the 23 players in the match-day squads are required to be full-time students. The FNB Varsity Cup presented by Steinhoff International will be phasing out all non-students during this season ahead of the 2015 competi- tion. The FNB NMMU Madibaz will host the FNB Maties in Port Elizabeth on Monday, February 3, 2014 at 16h45, in the first of two televised matches in Round One. SPORTS NEWSFebruary 2014 Tel: 021 855 2900 www.thenewspaper.co.za Free Copy For the dedicated fans Maties vs Tuks, Final 2013 Photo Credit: Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour The Cape Cycle Tour has been selected as one of the top 10 cycle routes in the National Geographic Book titled “Journey of a Lifetime – 500 of the World’s Greatest Trips.” The book, compiled of the favourite trips of National Geo- graphic’s travel writers presents a wide variety of experiences, using different ways of transport on every continent, now also including Cape Town. The book features stunning photography, first-class writing, expert advice and full colour maps. The Argus Cycle Tour, the world’s largest individually timed cycling event extending over 109 km draws cyclists from around the globe with about 35 000 entrants each year. This year The Cape Argus Lifecycle Expo and Cycle Tour Registration runs from 6 to 8 March at the Good Hope Centre in Cape Town. Sunday, March 9th the race begins once again at the Cape Town City Centre at six o’clock, and finish next to the Cape Town Stadium in Green Point. The Argus Cycle Tour is preceded by a number of other events, including the Cape Argus Pick n Pay MTB Challenge, taking place on 1 March and the long route challenge fol- lowing on 2 March. Both events will be hosted by the Le Bonheur Wine Estate in the Simons- berg, just outside Stellenbosch. Cape Cycle Tour in National Geographic’s Top 10