Louise Carver and Ard Matthews Sunset Concert Stanford Hills Estate, Weltevreden Farm, Stanford, Hermanus

Date: 3 January 2018
Time: Gates open 14h30 / show starts 17h30 to 19h30.

Two of South Africa’s most talented singer/songwriters with multiple no.1 radio hits have decided to come together to create a magical sunset concert on 3 January 2018. This unique show will include Louise Carver and Ard Matthews` well-known hits plus some very special collaborations between the two of them.

Louise Carver is known as one of South Africa`s most popular and glamorous singer-songwriters with 16 top ten radio hits, 4 international no. 1’s and11 SAMA nominations under her belt. Louise was named most stylish entertainer at the SA Style Awards [2008] and most Glamorous Woman at the 2016 Glamour awards. She is also a 46664 ambassador and an ambassador for the SPCA in Johannesburg. Read more Louise Carver and Ard Matthews Sunset Concert Stanford Hills Estate, Weltevreden Farm, Stanford, Hermanus

DAYDREAMING ABOUT A HARVEST EXPERIENCE IN THE CAPE WINELANDS? ENTER TO WIN!

Undertake a once-in-a-lifetime luxury harvest journey with Nederburg in Paarl, South Africa’s most pedigreed name in wine.

Enter now to be in line to win this exquisite Cape Winelands experience, set to show how the bounty of nature is artfully and skilfully transformed into wine.

It comes complete with three nights of luxury Cape Winelands accommodation, awe-inspiring sensory lunches and dinners including multiple award-winning wines from Nederburg, special tastings and a cellar tour, exploration of the Old Cellar Museum for a fascinating glimpse of the Nederburg story, as well as a visit to Nederburg’s historic manor house dating to 1800, a national monument that is now home to The Red Table restaurant. Read more DAYDREAMING ABOUT A HARVEST EXPERIENCE IN THE CAPE WINELANDS? ENTER TO WIN!

Bluewater to help Cape Town save 500,000 single-use plastic water bottles from being used during Volvo Ocean Race stop-over

Cape Town, November 22, 2017 – Around half-a-million plastic water bottles will be avoided during the upcoming Volvo Ocean Race stop-over in Cape Town thanks to the unique technology provided by Bluewater, a world leader in innovative water purification solutions.

Bluewater has joined forces with the Cape Town city authorities, V&A Waterfront, Volvo Ocean Race and 11th Hour Racing, an organisation promoting collaborative, systemic change for the health of the marine environment, to provide four hydration stations able to meet the drinking water needs of the hundreds of thousands of visitors expected to visit the Volvo Ocean Race village from November 24 to December 10.

“Bluewater stepped in to help the city and its citizens after learning that Cape Town’s water reservoirs are at critical lows due to the drought conditions,” said Anders Jacobson, CEO and co-founder of Blue AB, the Swedish holding company that owns Bluewater. Read more Bluewater to help Cape Town save 500,000 single-use plastic water bottles from being used during Volvo Ocean Race stop-over

New year brings new style to Delheim’s harvest celebration

Ease into 2018 with the first Winelands festival of the season

Saturday, 27 January

Mother Nature’s annual bounty of grapes has always been a cause for celebration at Delheim, the famous Stellenbosch wine estate. This year’s Delheim Harvest Festival will however, adopt refreshed style when it returns for one day only, on Saturday, 27 January.

Picture an afternoon of laughter and bonhomie in the cool shade of the giant oak trees. Along with the opportunity to share in grape picking and stomping and the delights of outstanding wine, there is also great food and live music entertainment by the multi-instrumentalist rock folk duo, Bottomless Coffee Band. Read more New year brings new style to Delheim’s harvest celebration

Volvo Ocean Race: Fast and furious final week en-route to Cape Town

The second week at sea on Leg 2 of the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18 has been a predominantly nervous and edgy time for the crew of Team AkzoNobel after they gambled on an easterly strategy to help them get back in contention with the leading teams.

After crossing the equator in fifth place on Monday November 13, the team fell into formation with the rest of the fleet as the boats powered south west towards the coast of Brazil, making fast progress in steady, southern hemisphere trade winds.

By Tuesday November 14, isolated from the leading group – Dongfeng Race Team (CHN), Mapfre (ESP), Vestas 11th Hour Racing (DEN/USA) and Team Brunel (NED) – and well ahead of sixth and seventh placed Turn the Tide on Plastic (UN) and Sun Hung Kai Scallywag (HKG) – with nobody to pace themselves against, for a few days the Team AkzoNobel crew struggled to match the speed of the leaders. Read more Volvo Ocean Race: Fast and furious final week en-route to Cape Town

It’s Food Truck Friday Again!

This month The Sausage Embassy and EEZY EETERY will be pulling in to The Taproom with a range of delicious bites to choose from – think gourmet burgers and juicy pretzel dogs. We will of course also be serving up our fresh beer on tap, so that you don’t go thirsty.

To keep you entertained, Cross Current is back on our stage at 6pm, followed by The Swing Cats who will be performing live from 8pm.

Entrance is free of charge.

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