I landed at Boston’s Logan International Airport earlier this week, before I settle into my studies at Harvard Business School.
It won’t be long before I head off to the US to attend a course, living on campus at Harvard Business School. It’s been a long time coming and fortuitous in every sense. This is why.
There’s been a lot of talk about the all-new, all-electric Freeboards that you see cruising around town. I managed to get my hands on one and this is the result.
Saturday is the $110 Million Powerball lottery and our entire office has entered – mainly because of the $100 Million (R1.4 Billion) jackpot prize! This is how you can win 25 tickets.
Gold crashes. Godfather star dies. Arrests made after viral Chinese dressing room sex tape. Greek banks to reopen. Bizarre raid on Zuma critic’s home. The video SA China tourists watched before arrest. Cosby paid women to keep secret from wife.
Seriously, who ate all the pies? You can win R1,000 if you send in a picture of someone sexy at Corner Bakery. If they notice their pic on 2oceansvibe within 24 hours, then THEY get the R1,000!
Who doesn’t love a good weekend accompanied by quality whiskey, especially when said whiskey comes free? We got you covered – it’s this simple!
Blatter is knyping. Intel spending $16bn. Apple’s new streaming service. Malema sequestration withdrawn. Malaysia airlines not in good shape. Ferry with 450 on board sinks. Tracy Morgan’s first interview. New Harry Potter star revealed.
This private jet is flying from Cape Town to Johannesburg on Saturday and it’s yours for just R19,000. That price is for the whole jet – whether you fill the 7 seats or not. You can even take a dog if you want.
US hits ISIS following Christian abduction. Net Neutrality rules passed. Stolen Picasso turns up in US. Homeless man buried amongst Vatican’s elite. America’s Top Model curse. Google launches flight search. Foreigner set alight in SA.
Apple car looking likely for 2020. January was world’s second hottest ever. WPCA approve Newlands plans. Afriforum slam Zuma reply. Chelsea suspends racists. Rabbi busted filming naked women. Deff Leppard will shun Hall of Fame.
Denmark attacks – shooted had violent history. Boris Johnson gives up US passport. ISIS releases video beheading 21 Christians. SA airports wiped off navigation system. Hackers steal whopping $1 billion. Itlay’s richest man dies. Betty White pulls Brad Cooper.
South Africa’s most famous Afrikaans musician, Jack Parow, posted a rant on his Facebook page about a gig that got messy. We caught up with him.
Shame, Oscar Pistorius will no doubt be moaning about this news to his BFF, Radovan Krejcir. However, there is a little twist.
Never a dull day at Stellenbosch, as a new scandal has erupted on campus and indeed social media. These guys donned ‘blackface’ for a fancy dress event, as they pretended to be the famous tennis sisters, Venus and Serena Williams.
Years of applications to stop extradition have done nothing more than buy time for Shrien Dewani, who is accused of paying someone to kill his wife, Anni. Today a judge set the date for the trial that will no doubt grip South Africa as has the Pistorius trial.
The first rule of the internet is ‘bum.’ The second rule of the internet is ‘Kate.’ Put them together and you had no option but to click this story.
Cape Town, our gracious Mother City, is a great melting pot of all kinds of people. Now believe it or not, each person’s life is worth something. And they’re not always the same value.
I’m beyond excited to watch this new film starring Starring Gérard Depardieu as IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn (DSK), documenting his MASSIVE fall from grace following the alleged rape of a New York hotel chamber maid.
Nel asks if Psychiatrist is result of OP’s poor testimony. Google told to wipe your past of the net. Google Glass available to all. Magic responds to Sterling. Bump on the head turns average Joe into maths genius. Justin Bieber investigated for robbery.
Yup, that’s correct – neither Barry Roux nor judge Thokozile Masipa were aware that Wednesday was a public holiday. Voting day has always been a public holiday. How is it possible they did not know voting day is Wednesday?