Four guys and a girl collaborate for the July edition of Hanover Street’s Comedy Sundowners, with popular comedienne, Tracy Klass the rose amongst the thorns. The funnymen taking to the stage at Hanover Street, GrandWest on Sunday, 5 July 2015 are Devin Gray, CJ Benson, Siv Ngesi and Kenwyn Davids.
Klass is known for her ‘growing up disgracefully’ stance on life. She also gives a unique take on those issues women hold very dear; children, weight, aging and food. Klass has co-starred in two full length shows with fellow comedienne Mel Jones, Doing it for the Money, and the sequel at Grand West’s Roxy Revue Bar, Still Doing It. As one of the few female stand ups in South Africa, Klass takes an irreverent look at what women find funny, themselves.
Gray is the one of the youngest working comedians in the country. At the tender age of 19, he has already been on the comedy circuit for over three years. Despite his young age, Gray holds his ground on stage with the big stars.
It is almost time for the much anticipated Disney On Ice Let’s Celebrate at the Grand Arena, GrandWest. One of the highlights of GrandWest’s winter school holiday line-up, this spectacular ice show takes place from 8 to 12 July 2015 and features over 50 Disney characters in a captivating compilation of favourite holidays and celebrations from around the globe.
Audiences will experience a magical medley of celebrations as they join Mickey Mouse and friends on a delightful tour of festivities, jam-packed with fun surprises,spectacular skating and dazzling costumes. The production’s original storyline transports audiences to exciting events with their favorite Disney characters, including a Valentine’s Day Royal Ball with Disney Princesses, including Tiana, Cinderella and Ariel; a Very Merry UnBirthday Party with Alice and the Mad Hatter; Jack Skellington’s frightfully festive Halloween party with the Disney Villains; and a Hawaiian luau with Lilo and Stitch.
After an incredibly successful year of trade Euphonik and DJ Kent are excited to be celebrating the one-year anniversary of their fashion store, Debut. The store is situated in the heart of Johannesburg, in Braamfontein and attracts the young urban youth of South Africa.
The two exceptionally talented DJ’s have had their first experience in fashion and retail management and have had a significant response from the public and fellow South African musicians. Their clothing label, A.C.E, which stands for Always Challenging Excellence, has done phenomenally well and has placed them on the map for fashion forward clothing.
5FM’s DJ Fresh – Thato Sikwane – has laid a formal complaint against weekend newspaper Sunday Sun with the Press Council for what he refers to as a defamatory story detailing an allegation he fathered a love child.
The article, dated 22 June 2015, alleges DJ Fresh had fathered a child with his manager of 15 years, four years ago, a claim he contests as untrue and unsubstantiated.
DJ Fresh would like to state for the record that there is absolutely no truth to the allegations saying the article has caused and continues to cause immeasurable material harm to his constitutional rights to privacy, dignity and reputation.
This from fin24.com:
Cape Town – Traffic officials have so far impounded over 200 Uber cars in Cape Town during 2015, according to the internet ride-sharing service.
In January, Fin24 reported that over 60 cars were impounded in the city that month because Cape Town officials wanted Uber drivers to apply for metered taxi licences from the Western Cape province’s transport department.
Uber officials in South Africa, though, have previously questioned whether a metered licence is appropriate for the internet ride-sharing service as Uber differs from traditional metered taxi operations.
Full story here: