Drought charge comment period extended
The City of Cape Town is extending the deadline to comment on the proposed drought charge. Deadline for submissions is now midnight on Monday, 15 January 2018.
For examples of how the proposed drought charge will apply to property values, and to comment, visit www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay.
Farmhouse Rocks – Sat 20 Jan
The Deep South Blues Fest featuring Pebbleman, Boulevard Blues, Lance 'AC/DC' Jackson, Nhoza Sitsholwana, Dan Shout (sax), Jesse Jordan & Mystery Guests! For full details and discounted tickets go to:
Car Boot Sale at The Cape Farmhouse – Last Sunday of the month
January 28th 7.30-8.30am set up then 8.30am to 12pm sale. No need to book just turn up if you want to feature.
Camel Rock Restaurant, 0217801122
Friday 12 January, 7:30pm: Lies Beijerinck, Frank Paco and special guest
Saturday 13 January 2018, 12-4pm:Didgeridoo workshop
Saturday 13 January, 7:30pm: Sean Koch Band
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Cultivating socially responsive agriculture
A round table, open to the public, to learn about Social Agriculture (SA) in Italy, in Europe and to explore together the possibility of building a national network for SA in South Africa. We look forward to hosting Salvatore Stingo, President of Agricoltura Capodarco and on behalf of the Italian National Forum on Social Agriculture to talk about care farming in Italy, in Europe and how the Forum is supporting socially relevant farming practices.
Friday 19 January 2018, 11 am to 1.30 pm
Place: Lentegeur Psychiatric Hospital, Highlands Dr, Lentegeur, Mitchell’s Plain, Cape Town, 7786
Waterfront Art Walkabout and more!
World Series Football Championship Holiday Clinic
Dates: Monday 08 to Friday 12 January (third holiday clinic)
Time: 10:00 to 12:30 (Thursday 15:00 to 17:30)
Ages: 5 – 12 years
Cost: R250 per day
Bookings: 082 351 7599 or email@example.com
Cottage – charming Furnished One Bedroom Cottage For Rent For One Year! The owner of this lovely property in the reserve vicinity has appointed us to screen & find a caring professional tenant to care for her home on a one year lease basis. Occupation Mid Or End February 2018.
Harold Kolnik: firstname.lastname@example.org
1 bedroom cottage needed – furnished / cat-friendly / wifi / short or long term depending. Any leads will be greatly appreciated!
Lyndsay: 079 174 4152, email@example.com.
Bosch dish washer excellent condition R2000
Kelvinator tumble dryer 6 kg excellent condition R1500
Mary Grendon: 082 795 4139
Scarborough Classic Environment friendly Surf T Shirt – R220 each.
Konnie: 082 819 0193, Andre: 082 557 4872
Old laptop – to buy, only to do emails/ Word and Google.
Elena: 082 584 5830, firstname.lastname@example.org
Campcot & mattress – Looking to buy, rent or borrow for a few weeks. If anyone has one available please contact
Claire: email@example.com, 083 561 78 79
Hat – In the scramble on the beach I managed to lose my beloved leather hat that has accompanied me to many a Scarborough New Year’s Eve. It is a leather hat with a little leather belt around. Would much appreciate if anyone picked it up.
Physio – Is there a Physio somewhere in Scarborough who does house visits? Fell down while hiking and broke hip. Back in scarb now but would like some lessons on the best way to get properly mobile again!!!
Char – I am looking for a reliable, honest & hardworking char for one day a week in Scarborough
No dogs and no children!!
If you know of someone, please let me have contact numbers
Beryll Theron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Experienced welder – Nyasha Maponde – Red Hill resident Specialises in all custom welding work. Gates,burglar bars,staircases and much more Contactable references Please see attached images
Nyasha: 084 870 3646
Painters – George samson painters! we are reliable painting and small renovation contractor.we know that the most important part of any painting projects is preparation,call us now to get your free painting quote.Refs available.
George: 071 988 2222, email@example.com
Camel Rock Restaurant, 0217801122
Friday 12 January, 7:30pm
Lies Beijerinck, Frank Paco and special guest
“Didge mother of Holland”, Lies Beijerinck started playing didgeridoo in 1993 where she developed her own style street busking but once discovered by the Amsterdam dance scene has been playing at festivals throughout Europe revered for her strong and articulated style. Mozambican born Frank Paco brings together a very special blend of highly trained technique and heartfelt passion in his playing and is well known as one of SA's best on the drums. Theres a special guest joining these two master musicians bringing percussion magic into the mix! And opening the evenings performance is JPSon
Saturday 13 January 2018, 12-4pm
Lies Beijerinck “Didge mother of Holland” holding a didgeridoo workshop from beginners to advanced – how to become a world class didgeridoo player. R400
Saturday 13 January, 7:30pm
Sean Koch Band is back from tour and this time theres 4 on stage playing their groovy ambient accoustic folk music that keeps the good times rolling. At first you held spellbound by the guitars and vocals but when the beat kick in you just cant help yourself from grooving and bouncing along with this deep south surf culture music!
Sundays Sundowners Jazz session and fish braai from 5pm
A full house of locals and lucky visitors enjoying each others company, fresh fish from the braai, lovely salads – all accompanied by our jazz legend Ben van den Geyn on guitar and the Ikapa jazz ensemble. Spontaneous guest performances are often part of the musical menu. A unique blend of Jazz standards and Brazilian songs. Music starts at 5:30 and the the days catch comes fresh off the coals shortly thereafter.
plate of fish and a choice of salads for R75.
Dog attack on Hilltop Rd. Sun 6 Jan 6.00 pm
I wish to place on record that I was attacked by two dogs who came from a property on the lower side of Hilltop Rd near the stop street. As I was approaching the property from the North side the owner let his two dogs on to the street a few yards from where I was walking. The dogs immediately made for me, snarling and barking, one attacking from the front the other from the rear where he cannoned in to me causing me to stumble – hysterical screaming finally brought the dog owner out and he called his dogs off. By this time I was frightened angry and deeply shocked and harsh words were exchanged – the owner’s reaction ‘My dogs don’t bite so no harm done’. No apology, no offer of assistance, nothing – my Sunday afternoon walk turned into a nightmare.
How many more dog attacks of this kind on Scarborough’s beaches and roads before someone is seriously injured?