Massive jewellery heist in Cannes. Malema says Indiands, Afrikaners out to get him. SA’s coastal property rise. Law will ban you from spanking your kids. UK lad’s mags must hide covers on shelves. Hamilton takes first win of 2013. Snow for Western Cape.
Mandela is watching TV, smiling and lifting arm. World celebrate’s Mandela’s 95th birthday. F1 Boss Ecclestone charged with bribery. Bond actor found dead. Independent TV station launched in Zim. Rolling Stone mag defends cover. Brangelina might get married on a boat.
Second South African wins Tour de France yellow jersey. Doctors deny Mandela in ‘vegetative state.’ Mandela family feud gets nasty. F1 drivers threaten boycott. Scotland Yard re-open Maddie case. Hackers target Jay-Z’s new Android app. Incredible Venice cash heist, right out of a movie.
SA cardinal says pedophilia is not a criminal condition. Bowie’s new album goes to number 1. ANC disbands Youth League Executive. Soccer star gets life ban for Nazi salute. First F1 of the year was a thriller in Melbourne. US company gets license to print 3D guns. Sharks embarrassed.
Pope Francis will shake things up. Parliament set for Nkandla report. Protesters threaten to burn the Gautrain (nice one). Pornographic tourism logos under fire. Bernie wants women in F1. Qantas passengers get iPads. And the hardest partying nation on earth is..
Wheels24 has reported that Formula 1 boss, Bernie Ecclestone has reiterated his desire for an African Grand Prix, and he wants it in Cape Town. I want to be in Cape Town. I’ve been offered Durban but I think we would be better off in Cape Town. Shem, Durbs. We still love you. But Durban [...]
Vettel makes F1 history. ANC branches revolt. SA’s booming film industry. Gangnam Style takes YouTube’s top spot. Rolling Stones fans left fuming over unsold tickets. JR Ewing deis. Sheen gave Lohan $100k. Saudi women now wear electronic tags.
This week, Puma launched the next Puma Race Off campaign video, featuring Manchester United footballer Michael Carrick taking on the challenge.
PUMA recently sat down with seven times F1 World Champion, Michael Schumacher, at Silverstone during 2012 British GP. They spoke about his former and current career, as well as his feelings on motorsport today.
I was grabbing a couple poached eggs at Cecconi’s with The Big H just off Saville Row – Mayfair – this weekend. We spotted a new white Range Rover Evoque struggling to park opposite us. The driver was a Brazilian woman and, after a few attempts, her companion jumped out to help direct her. What [...]
In my humble opinion, Formula One is a sport unparalleled in prestige, tradition, wealth, gamesmanship, sportsmanship and simple, old fashioned bravado. Sure, it’s had its low moments over the years, but name me a sport which hasn’t. The thing is, all this doesn’t automatically mean good entertainment. However in 2011, they really have got it right. Here’s why.
The Red Bull tyre-burning bonanza has moved from Marine Drive, Blouberg, to the Killarney Race Track, which is just up the road really. They announced this about an hour ago. If you show up at Marine Drive on Sunday you will witness precisely nothing, except for the usual kite-skaters and some severely hungover bar managers, emerging into the light.
Ciro De Siena caught up with former F1 powerhouse, David Couthard this past weekend for an exclusive 2oceansvibe interview. Follow the link for a preamble of the weekend’s highlights, and the transcribed interview.
If you were sitting on the fence with that condo purchase on Greenpoint, now really is the time to put an offer on the table. A number of consortiums, most notably the functionally-named Cape Town Grand Prix Bid Company are making bids to bring the F1 Grand Prix to Cape Town.
At the beginning of the Formula One season, Richard Branson and the owner of low-cost Malaysian airline AirAsia and the F1 team currently known as Lotus, Tony Fernandes, placed a bet that would see the one whose F1 team lost serve as a stewardess on the winner’s airline. Branson lost the bet!