Winter Is Cool

It’s winter in the mother city and I bet you’re stuck in doors with the kids because going to the beach on a cold grey day just isn’t as much fun. I came up with a list of things to do in and around Cape Town and I thought. Why don’t you go have a […]

The Big Five Performance At The Barnyard Theatre

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Joe Social and I are regulars at our local and twice a year the owners take all the regulars on a little trip. This weekend we got treated to the Big Five Show at Barnyard in Willowbridge. A Tribute to Tina Turner, Rod Stewart, Michael Jackson, Elton John & Madonna. Imagine Elton, Michael, Tina, Rod […]

Vuyisile “The Cheetah” Colossa Representing Dragon Power & South Africa in The Challenger Muaythai 3D TV Show

Cape Town IRT Bus Service Starts Today

Northern suburbs residents will have an alternative form of public transport from today The integrated rapid transit (IRT) bus service in Milnerton and Table View to Cape Town hits the road for the first time. The city’s Kylie Hatton said buses will depart on the hour and a ticket will cost a commuter R10. “For […]

Cape Town Adventurer Ray Chaplin To Conquer The World

You know how it feels when you go to the gym and have a 5km run? Maybe knocking out a few km’s on the exercise bikes and some time on the rowing machine? Tiring enough in a 1 hour gym session. You just want to get home and chill for a bit, feeling pretty good […]

The Cape Town Rapid Transport System Starts On Monday

This is something we have all been waiting for. I live out on the West Coast and getting into the CBD has been a nightmare for as long as I can remember. Add to that the massive growth this region has seen and it’s a no brainer that this system is needed. Imagine the avenues […]

Olives And Wine And Oil Wrestling – Just Another Awesome Weekend In The Cape

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Saturday, 07th and Sunday 08th of May will see an estimated 12,000 people descend on the Riebeek’s Valley for the annual Olive Festival. This is an awesome festival taking place in and around Riebeek Kasteel and Riebeek Wes. The festival is the largest of its kind in Southern Africa and offers visitors an opportunity to […]

Cape Town Voted Number One Travel Destination – Tripadvisor

I just read about this one over at www.Lifeissavage.com (One of my favourite SA sites go check it out) TripAdvisor, the worlds Largest Travel Website, has Cape Town listed as their

Decorex Is On This Weekend At The CTICC

Well that’s another Easter under the belt and after a long weekend of Halaal Easter Egg hunts and pickled fish, many of you are probably wondering what to do for this long weekend? Now if like me, the Royal Wedding is less appealing to you than watching paint dry, then I can go one better […]

Mothers Day – You used to Say It With Macaroni

As a kid you probably made your mom some seriously messed up cards that featured macaroni as part of the design. Your mother loved it and she probably still has it tucked away in a shoe box in the back of her cupboard somewhere. The 128th day of 2011 is Mothers Day.  We’re still recovering […]

Cape Town Caught In A Time Lapse

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Fears Of Ocean Toxicity Off Cape Town

Hundreds of dead abalone (perlemoen) have washed up on Melkbos beach near Cape Town in recent weeks. This is prompting fears that the ocean in the area between Bloubergstrand and Melkbosstrand is toxic. I have seen this myself when I was at the beach last week. There were many crabs lying dead on the shore. […]

Astronomy Offices In Cape Town

I’ve been reading the papers online today when I came across an article that claims The minister of science and technology has launched the International Astronomical Union (IAU) Global Office of Astronomy for Development (OAD) in Cape Town. How chuffed am I right now?! Naledi Pandor, minister of science and technology launched the OAD office […]

Identity Clothing Thinks You Are A Poepol

It’s a fresh day in Cape Town and the mall was not my first choice of places to go. But Murphy had to come pass her law so there I was making my way back to the car when I passed Identity. These guys so badly wants to be rebels, but unfortunately their rebel turned […]

What’s On In Cape Town Over Easter

Easter is upon us and we all know this is going to be a 4 day work week. Yeeehhaaaa! Most people will be going away but for those of you who don’t have any plans yet I suggest you keep reading. Music Pitbull is in the house! Get your apple bottom jeans on ’cause this […]

Italian Ferrero Rocher Tycoon Dies In Cape Town

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Italian businessman and confectionary king, Pietro Ferrero has died whilst on a business trip in South Africa. The 47 year old chocolate tycoon is suspected to have had a heart attack whilst cycling between Camps Bay and Llandudno. He was the joint chief executive of the Ferrero Company, which is famous for such brands as […]

Vote For Table Mountain – Consider Yourself Scolded!

With only 206 days left before voting closes for the New Seven Wonders of Nature campaign, Table Mountain is still in the bottom half of the group of finalists. Twenty-eight natural wonders are on the list competing to be named one of the top seven wonders of nature, after 440 submissions were initially received in […]

Fire On The Eastern Boulevard In Cape Town

My mate Andre, who is a property broker, wants us all to know about the fire that is on the Eastern Boulevard in Cape Town. He sent this picture in to us to publish to you all. Joe SocialI’m writing this cos I have a lot to say and sometimes I can’t sleep unless I […]

Dragon Power Demonstration at SugarHut Club

My mate Lester over at Dragon power gave me a heads up on this and I think it’s something everyone should check out. Dragon Power Demonstration at SugarHut Club Come witness Dragon Power’s world class demonstrations at the SugarHut Club on the 16th of April 2011 for 19:30pm for 20:00pm. The demonstrations will form part […]

Gunshots Ring Out On Safe House Set

Residents of gang infested Bonteheuwel were left cowering as gunfire erupted – and continued – for a few hours last night. The terrified folk found themselves sleeping on their floors and under beds in fear of being caught in the crossfire  of what they believed was another turf war between the rival gangs that plague […]

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