In a crazy morning twist, the Morning Spice has been eaten alive. Seth toiled for the last couple hours (for you) on the Morning Spice headlines, as he does every morning – and the whole thing disappeared. Seriously. And the headlines were AWESOME, too! The main headline was Fifa’s ruling on Suarez, which you can read [...]
Where is your iPad? Oh, your kid has it. Children are learning, playing and keeping themselves entertained with a Seven-inch 4GB Android Tablet for Children. Get it and reclaim your iPad!
If Cape Town had a laundry delivery service before, we didn’t know about it. Whether there was or there wasn’t, these guys are online and they pickup / collect your laundry at the touch of a button. It doesn’t get better than that.
Constructed from traditional Mason Jars and energy efficient LED lights, the Sun Jars are the ideal way to decoratively light your home. Simply leave your Sun Jar outside or on a sunny windowsill for a few hours and you’ll be able to enjoy a warm, eco-friendly glow.
Rebekah Brooks hacking trial verdict. David Cameron apologises. Italy v Uruguay: Another nation out of the world cup. Rhino poachers get nice sentence. Zille comments on land reform proposals. Isreal getting hover cars. Girls Gone Wild court verdict.
Homeowners keep their surroundings critter-free with a Pest Repeller. When the pitter patter of little feet is actually just a horde of cockroaches crawling over your face, the Pest Repeller can become your new best friend.
The platinum strike is over. Schumacher’s stolen medical files for sale. Did Brazil make it to the next round? Lindsay Lohan streaks through Selfridges. Outcry as Egypt sends journalists to jail for 7 years. SA’s slippery sex pest.
2oceansviber Rhys W bumped into Sean Penn at Cafe Paradiso in Cape Town’s Little Camissa neighbourhood a few minutes ago. Here’s a pic of Charlize Theron’s lover.
If you weren’t born with a voice like a foghorn, the Kempton Hand Held Megaphone provides excellent volume for sporting events, crowd control and those guys on the street shouting “the end is nigh!”.
Zuma has a heart condition. Obama saving bees from extinction. W.Cup fans not sleeping in hotels. Dov Charney ousted. MH370 investigators name chief suspect. Google balloon causes panic. They found those helicopter-escape prisoners. Prince Harry has been bending it.
They say a picture tells a thousand words. We’re going to have to rely on that fact, as our Saturday Ground Patrol news videographer, Gus Van Der Spek, has just sent these in.
The world was very excited when Obama was about to be inaugurated. And that includes Julius Malema – which is probably why he accepted to take his call. After all, why wouldn’t Obama call Malema, just before being inaugurated?
England’s World Cup chances are nearly over. EFF ad not meant to scare people. iWatch release date. Things get worse for Armstrong. Guess who’s visiting the Game of Thrones set? Marijuana about to be legal in New York. Angelina to become Namibian?
We said we would give away a bottle of Jack Daniel’s for every bar you tell us that stocks the premium ‘Gentleman Jack.’ You’re coming along very nicely! Here are the latest additions..
World Cup defending champs OUT. CT Airport will experience load-shedding. New MH370 search area. UK’s biggest divorce payout? 3 men executed in US in 24 hours. Senior Boko Haram member arrested. Leo donates $7 million. Matfield will set Springbok record.
German news publication, Bild, has revealed the ‘Secret Service’ like operation undertaken to transfer Formula 1 legend, Michael Schumacher from France’s Grenoble hospital to a VIP clinic in Lausanne. False names, cellphones handed in – it’s all there. What’s more, Schumacher is communicating.
No, apparently you haven’t seen it all, yet! Not content with traditional gifts, like chocolates or money, Venda chiefs bestowed a topless wife, a cow and a calf to the COO of the SABC because he is “committed to his job.” He chose her from a lineup of about 10 women.
Facebook launching SA office? Shadow cast over Woolies buyout. Nigeria World Cup bombing. The millionth English word. Earth has warmest May ever. Kim Kardashian is braless and glam. Man wrongly jailed for 25 years goes for BIG claim. Zuma’s speech.
Seth’s annual report from the South of France delivers exactly what you would expect. From Octopus yacht and drones over Cap Ferrat, to encounters of the Picasso kind and Club-55 yacht charters – it’s all there.
The R300 million Camps Bay mansion, ‘Enigma,’ needs no introduction. What does require an introduction, however, is this video they’ve made, capturing every aerial angle imaginable!
Choose between these options:
Pay R269 for a Single Fully Fitted Electric Blanket, valued at R369
Pay R299 for a Double Fully Fitted Electric Blanket, valued at R399
Pay R459 for a Queen Fully Fitted Electric Blanket, valued at R599
Pay R499 for a King Fully Fitted Electric Blanket, valued at R629
What you need to know:
Three heat settings
Dual Detachable controllers
Heating area various to the four different sizes of blankets
Single: 107 x 91mm
Double: 150 x 140mm
King: 155 x 183mm
Michael Schumacher out of coma. Rockefeller heir killed. NPA boss girlfriend assault allegations. Malema hopes ill Zuma suffers. Clooney running for governor? Facebook verdict against Surfbook. SA radio legend dies. Mick met ballet dancer before L’Wren’s death. More Terry Richardson stories emerge.
World Cup opener results. World Cup websites hacked. Warrant issued for Cape Town ponzi mastermind. Amazon joins music streaming battle. Louis CK angry about Tracy Morgan video. Kanye and Jay-Z have beef. Top 25 hottest World Cup WAGS.
I have personally bought this little kit and can confirm it works a treat! It’s exactly what you need when you go away – or even around town. Zooming in is one thing, but there’s a lot to be said for having a mini-tripod as well!
After two days trying to get a response from the South African Civil Aviation Authority, it is clear why there has been so much confusion with the media’s interpretation of their communications. Finally we have an answer.
I’m always astounded at the amount of people and businesses that don’t boast Photoshop skills. Knowing how to use the world’s #1 image editing software should be a pre-requisite for any staff member in any industry – alongside the usual Office skills.