Mild, Mature or Simply Blue – Bay Harbour Market

Mild, Mature or Simply Blue – Bay Harbour Market: Cape Town, February,2020 – Whether on an Al Fresco platter, fresh sandwich or simply as a midnight snack, once you have the thought of delicious cheese in your head, there is only one cure for it – a piece of delicious cheese! For cheese lovers, watching the renaissance of cheese grow over the last decade has been absolutely fabulous. But finding the selection to top all others remains a challenge. Until now that is – Cape Town’s favourite weekend destination, Bay Harbour Market, … [Read more...]

Sharks win at Loftus as red card sinks Blue Bulls

Durban in the News: Sharks win at Loftus as red card sinks Blue Bulls: The Sharks capitalised on a red card shown to Blue Bulls centre Johnny Kotze to cruise into the semi-finals of the 2019 Currie Cup at Loftus Versfeld. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]

Preview: Vodacom Blue Bulls vs Cell C Sharks – Featured Durban Blog

Preview: Vodacom Blue Bulls vs Cell C Sharks: The Vodacom Blue Bulls host the Cell C Sharks on Saturday evening in the final pool match of the 2019 Currie Cup season with both teams attaching huge importance to the outcome of the game. For the Cell C Sharks, a bonus point win could result in a home semi-final, but delivering a performance filled with character and excellence will be paramount on coach Sean Everitt’s mind as the team look to produce the kind of effort they’ve shown in recent weeks. The fact that the Bulls are staring down the … [Read more...]

It’s Time For The Blue And You Autism Run

It’s Time For The Blue And You Autism Run: Show your support for Autism Awareness by walking the walk on Sunday, April 28 at 8am. The 3km, 5km walk / run and 8 km run will be taking place along the beachfront promenade, beginning at the beachfront amphitheatre. Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, which affects 1 in 59 people, refers to a range of symptoms characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviours, speech and nonverbal communication, as well as by unique strengths and differences. We now know that there is not one … [Read more...]