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Time to ditch SA

17-04-2014 News

Time to ditch SA

The time is right for New Zealand and Australia to exclude South Africa and form their own Southern Hemisphere rugby competition.Former All Black and Crusaders flyhalf Andrew Mehrtens, writing a column on the Stuff.co.nz website says the difference i... Read more

Roosterkoek Recipes (Bread made on the …

11-04-2014 Food

Roosterkoek Recipes  (Bread made on the grill when braaiing)

In Gauteng and Free State the people love their 'Pap en Vleis' in the Cape they love their 'Braaibroodjies'. I do think that everybody loves Roosterkoek! I would like to share a tip with you. If you are making your own dough, or buying readymade doug... Read more

Kariba Dam collapse fears

11-04-2014 News

Kariba Dam collapse fears

There are alarming reports that the five-decade-old 128-metre-high Kariba Dam wall on the Zambezi river between Zimbabwe and Zambia could collapse. In such an event hundreds of thousands of lives will be in danger as millions of megatons of water wou... Read more

Fried Mince and Rice with Mrs Balls Chut…

10-04-2014 Food

Fried Mince and Rice with Mrs Balls Chutney

Here's my favourite dish for all seasons, Minced Beef with rice, which is also a very popular one-dish-meal for those lazy evenings when you're hungry but do not have the energy to make dinner. You may add salt and pepper if you wish, I found that th... Read more

Homeward bound? Get yourself sorted out …

09-04-2014 Features

Homeward bound? Get yourself sorted out before you get back

You've loved the thrill of life abroad, but there's just something about home that you just can't beat. If you are looking at heading back, there's a little more to it than just moving into the same old neighbourhood and picking up where you left off... Read more

Why did they have to spend R3 million to…

09-04-2014 News

Why did they have to spend R3 million to get Dewani to SA?

How can it ever be justified to spend R3million of tax payers' money in order to bring a murder suspect to South Africa. Why rent a chartered private Gulfstream jet to fly Shrien Dewani to South Africa and treat him like a celeb if a passenger flight... Read more

Shrien Dewani finally in Cape Town

08-04-2014 News

Shrien Dewani finally in Cape Town

While Oscar Pistorius was tearfully playing the sympathy card in court, another person who will be blaming blacks for the murder of his loving partner was being escorted to Heathrow to face justice in South Africa.After a lengthy extradition battle, ... Read more

Boere Melktert

06-04-2014 Food

Boere Melktert

Looking for a real winner Milk Tart recipe that is easy?  My best friend Miemie's mother, Kotie Bester, was a South African 'Boere tannie' that baked for Agricultural shows and most of the time came first with this legendary Milk Tart. It is lip... Read more

2 in 3 young Saffas say Zuma must step d…

03-04-2014 News

2 in 3 young Saffas say Zuma must step down

More than two thirds of young South Africans feels President Jacob Zuma should step down over the Nkandla scandal.The survey was conducted one week after the release of the Public Protector's report on Nkandla by consumer insights company Pondering P... Read more

Heat on between DA, ANC in Cape Town

03-04-2014 News

Heat on between DA, ANC in Cape Town

There are times when we do not comment. We merely give the information to our South African expat readers for them to judge for themselves.The background - Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille (pictured) wrote an open letter to the African National Cong... Read more

This is more secure than JZ's Nkandla vi…

03-04-2014 Entertainment

This is more secure than JZ's Nkandla village

This is the perfect house for South Africa – especially to keep those unwanted "guests" out. Not he mother in law or the pesty neighbour, no those ones who believes the people who pay taxes should also share the rest of their belongings with those wh... Read more

How much will the IRB pay referees for p…

02-04-2014 Sport

How much will the IRB pay referees for personal protection in South Africa?

How much will the International Rugby Board (IRB) pay for referees' personal protection while in South Africa? This is something they will seriously need to consider after the IRB decided to allow controversial French referee, Romain Poite, to take c... Read more

Hoe taalgebruik deur drank beinvloed wor…

02-04-2014 Entertainment

Hoe taalgebruik deur drank beinvloed word

As 'n man nou so bietjie dieper in die bottel gekyk het as wat die plan was kan daar snaakse dinge in die kop aangaan. Verskillende motoriese en basiese dink funksies word beinvloed en die volgende lys som dit sommer lekker op. Read more

Nkandla to become Zulu theme park

01-04-2014 News

Nkandla to become Zulu theme park

President Jacob Zuma's controversial compound at Nkandla in Kwazulu-Natal will be turned into a Zulu Theme Park open to the paying public.Government officials confirmed the new Nkandla Zulu World will be turned into a reconstruction of a nineteenth-c... Read more

Is 98% of property owners in CT 'white a…

31-03-2014 News

Is 98% of property owners in CT 'white and Jewish'?

The claim that 98% of property owners in Cape Town are 'white and Jewish' is not new. It was made last year by the leader of the African National Congress in South Africa's Western Cape Province, Marius Fransman. Africa Check, the website that disti... Read more

Banana Chocolate Braai Pudding

30-03-2014 Food

Banana Chocolate Braai Pudding

Finish your meal on a sweet note with this quick and easy most delicious yummy desert ever! The filling is surrounded with awesome flavours that will make this a favourite for anyone who loves a sweet desert. One word, AWESOME! Read more

Nkandla Style Parody Song

28-03-2014 Entertainment

Nkandla Style Parody Song

Just when we start expecting the buzz to die down (and sure this is what Jacob Zuma hope for) the Nkandla Parodies start popping up left right and center. Read more

Saffa film makers bring Hollywood home

28-03-2014 News

Saffa film makers bring Hollywood home

Leading Lady, a film by South African born filmmakers, now in post-production and due for international release shortly. In the movie local talent Bok van Blerk and Brümilda van Rensburg rubs shoulders with well-known Irish actress, Katie McGrath (Dr... Read more

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