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Newsletter 9 February 2018

February Birthdays

Douwe Boer 24th

Natalia Fernandez Cabrera 28th

We want to WELCOME all our February interns to CAPE TOWN. We wish you a wonderful time in our beautiful city and great success with your internship.

See the list below off all February arrivals.

February Arrivals

Natalia Fernandez Cabrera

Tanitha Stuut

Anneka Claudio

Olivia Weise

Wieske Buist

Gregor Whitehead

Jestler van der Heide

Niek Tolman

Martijn Bakker

Thomas Hamming

Pia Havinga

Lotte van Stiphout

Anneke Wever

Milo Kroon

Daan Zeegers

Douwe Boer

Max Scholten

Pieter Wind

Tycho Burggraaf

Danielle Cleuskens

Lauren Blake Atwell

Joost van de Maat

Erik de Ruiter

Quelly Soumahu

Michelle Melessen

Marek van Asselt

Rebeka Rizmanová

Jana Osipov

Myrna van Korlaar

Camille Di-Fraia

Sander Renkema

Rody Post D

Tjeerd Aukema

Jolijn de Jager

Shimon Onderstal

Please remember that we are in the middle of a water crisis, so we ask that everyone adhere to the water saving rules and tips that you see advertised all over Cape Town. Also see at the end of the newsletter the water wheel of how to divide the water up person.

Have a wonderful weekend and keep safe

Karin, Dianne & Katherine

Ultra 2018

Friday 9 February 2018

Ultra South Africa presents the fifth anniversary installment of Africa’s largest annual electronic music festival. The 2018 headliners include Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, Afrojack, Axwell Ingrosso and Dubfire. Supporting acts are Black Coffee, Carnage, Eats Everything and Malaa. Regional support acts include Abby Nurock, Aux Gawd, Bhavs, Bhibo, Bruce Loko, Chrizz Beats, Chuck Tailored, Chunda Munki, Crazy White Boy, Da Capo, Da Lootz, Das Kapital, DBN GoGo, Dean Fuel, Dirty Skittlez, DJ Azhul, DJ Double D, Dogstarr, FeU, Gil Glaze, Gina Jeanz, GoodLuck, Guy Herman, Hannibal, Ivan Turanjanin, Jnn Kpn, Kanan K7, K Yeezi, Kyle Cassim, Kyle Watson, Kyle Worde, Lea, Maphorisa, No Method, Pascal & Pearce, Ricardo Da Costa, Rickay, Sam World, Shimza, Sho Madjozi, Sketchy Bongo, Sonic Blood & Venture B2B, Strange Loving, Step Brothers, Timo ODV, Thor Rixon, Venom, Vimo, Vin Groovin, Vj Jonno and Vj Vybez.

Venue: Cape Town Stadium, Fritz Sonnenberg Rd, Green Point, Cape Town

Time: 2pm to 12am

Cost: General Admission R700 – R800 | VIP 1250 – R1500


Facebook: UltraSouthAfrica

The Michael Jackson History Show

Now to 9 February 2018

Multi-disciplinary impersonator Dantonio presents a tribute show featuring Michael Jackson’s career highlights including Jackson 5 hits, theatrical 80’s numbers and iconic 21st-century songs. The hits are performed alongside a live international band and a troupe of dancers.

Venue: Artscape Theatre Centre, D.F. Malan St, Foreshore, Cape Town

Time: 8pm

Cost: R190 to R390

Blue Bird Garage Market: Buzzy Friday Night Vibes In Muizenberg

For tasty grub, chilled stuff to drink, and loads of interesting things to buy. The bohemian flair of this beachside suburb in Cape Town is captured in this characterful market which, true to Muizenberg’s quirky nature, is situated in an old postal plane hangar. Artisans, artists, bakers and brewers gather every Friday for a vibrant night market that brings to mind New York’s buzzy East Village.

Garage Party

The unique venue gives the market an urban edge, while the laid-back vibe makes it perfect for a family outing. Even dogs are welcome (please keep them on a lead), and children will have plenty to keep them occupied, with their own play area (that includes a jungle gym), as well as various activities, such as face-painting, glitter and sand art.

But That's Not All…

Some of the fabulous stuff you can expect:

  • An arts, craft and fashion section that sells clothes, ceramics, jewellery and beauty products. Traders include Aeroplane Jane Vintage (for vintage clothing), SBC Ceramics, Nelipot Creations (for customised jewellery) and Aether Apothecary and Herbalist.
  • Something Simple’s tasty and healthy Edo wraps.
  • Bunga Bunga’s lip-smacking flame-grilled steaks, topped with a secret spicy herb sprinkle, and served with grated coleslaw and rocket leaves.
  • Empanadas: delicious South American-style stuffed pastries.
  • Delicious desserts and sweet treats, such as handmade chocolate bars from Babycakes Chocolates, and creamy fudge by Sweet Dreams.
  • Grub’s Gourmet Burgers.
  • Handpicked South African wines.
  • Craft Beer on tap

So, leave the worries of your week behind, and join in the festive revelry at the Blue Bird Garage Market on Friday evening.

International Public Art Festival 2018

10 to 19 February 2018

NGO Baz-Art presents the second International Public Art Festival (IPAF) under the theme WE NEED NATURE. This unique event gives both local and international artists the opportunity to showcase their stories, skills and styles in real time and on a global platform. IPAF’s main aim is to create awareness of public art, bridge the gap between fine art and street art and use it as a medium to educate, uplift and inspire the public. Using the theme WE NEED NATURE, all artists plan to bring subjects of recycling, green issues, global warming and the current water crisis to the fore, all while celebrating the beauty of nature. Activities on offer to the public attending the festival not only include watching these paintings come to life, but they are able to participate in spray painting workshops, attend guided tours run by street art specialists or simply enjoy the daily entertainment.

Venue: Various locations in Salt River, Cape Town

Time: Guided tours 8am to 6pm | Workshops at various times

Cost: Free festival entry | Tours R650 pp (bookings via website) | Workshops various prices (via webtickets)



Facebook: IPAFCapetown

Saggy Stone Beer & Music Festival 2018

Saturday 10 February 2018

The annual Saggy Stone Beer and Music Festival is a family-friendly day/night festival (with overnight camping facility) boasting a 12-hour line-up of South African music acts, food and craft beer.

The 2018 line-up includes Jeremy Loops, PH FAT, The Rudimentals, Jackal and the Wind and more.

Venue: Saggy Stone Brewing Company, Amandalia Farm, Agtervinkrivier, Robertson

Time: 10am to 1am

Cost: R300 early-bird | R400 | U5s free

Tel: 083 453 3526



Facebook: SaggyStone

Heart Cape Town Music Festival 2018

Saturday 10 February 2018

Heart FM hosts the Heart Cape Town Music Festival, featuring live performances by big bands and artists. The line-up includes Emo Adams, Airborne, Jimmy Nevis, DR Victor, Sketchy Bongo, Mango Groove, AKA, Youngsta CPT, Mark Alex, Prime Circle, Craig Lucas, Cassper Nyovest, Tresor, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Nasty C, Sasha Lee, Alistair Izobell and more.
Cash bar and refreshments available at the venue.

Venue: Newlands Cricket Ground, 146 Campground Rd, Newlands, Cape Town

Time: 10.30am to 8.30pm

Cost: R150 | U12s R70

Tel: 021 406 8900



Facebook: Heart104.9FM

The Sublime Tribute Show

Saturday 10 February 2018

Thirty musicians from SA’s top bands take the stage to present three hours of classics by ska-punk band, Sublime. These include vibrant indie act Grassy Spark, longstanding ska-reggae band 7th Son and eclectic folk artist Ann Jangle among others. The outdoor stage renders the show a family-friendly affair and food and drinks are on sale. ‘Deep in the south, over many a hill, an ominous steel horse sculpture greets visitors as they tread the path to the Cape Farmhouse. It is an image of stark contrast to the warm, fun atmosphere that awaits inside.’ Read Keenan Oakes’ review of a previous concert at the Cape Farmhouse.

Venue: Cape Farmhouse Restaurant, Junction M66 & M65, Plateau rd, Scarborough, Cape Town

Time: 2pm to 6pm

Cost: R130

Clue Room 2

Now to 11 March 2018

Tyger Valley’s mystery escape game, Clue Room is back due to popular demand, featuring more clues, greater mysteries and more suspense. Groups (between 4-6 people) choose between entering the ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE room or brave THE MYSTERIOUS AMULET OF GARVEY LYTLE to discover the secrets that lie behind the scenes presented before them.

Venue: Tyger Valley Centre, cnr of Bill Bezuidenhout and Willie van Schoor Rds, Bellville, Cape Town

Time: 10am | 12pm | 2pm | 4pm | 6pm | 8pm

Cost: R80

Tel: 021 914 1822



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Other Activities: In and Around Cape Town

Bubbly, beats, and sunshine for days… Here are some of the top activities to look forward to this February. Festival Fever has hit the Mother of all Cities!

February 2018 Festivals

3 February 2018 Franschhoek Summer Wines 2018 Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyard
9 February 2018 Ultra South Africa 2018 Cape Town Stadium
10 February 2018 Saggy Stone Beer & Music Festival 2018 Amandalia Farm
17 – 18 February 2018 Littlegig Festival 2018 Wiesenhof Farm
22 – 25 February 2018 Jazz on the Rocks 2018 Cape Columbine Nature Reserve
23 – 25 February 2018 Stellenbosch Wine Festival 2018 Coetzenburg Sports Grounds

The Galileo Open Air Cinema

Where Stars Shine

The Galileo Open Air Cinema welcomes you to a magical movie experience of cinematic delights, tantalizing treats and breath-taking scenery under a canopy of stars. At The Galileo, when the sun sets the stars really come out, with a glittering line-up of romantic comedies, cult classics, musicals, adventure sports and documentaries that let you cuddle up and be entertained. Every event is a unique experience that starts at 6pm on weekdays, 5pm on Saturdays and 4pm on Sundays. The doors swing open to a festive market of mouth-watering artisanal food and drinks on sale, interactive games, lively music and an unforgettable vibe. Running from Tuesday to Friday and selected Saturdays and Sundays, it’s the perfect setting (and excuse) for a memorable evening with friends, a ridiculously romantic date, intimate birthday party or work social. So don’t delay, book today to reserve your seat among the stars.

Awesome Venues

Tuesdays - Bloemendal Wine Estate

Wednesdays - Kirstenbosch Gardens

Thursday - V&A Waterfront

Fridays - Rotating Venues In Cape Town

Select Saturdays - Cape Winelands

Family Sundays - Kelvin Grove

Tickets to be bought through WEBTICKETS – go to their website for more details and prices -

Planning Ahead

Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts Line-Up 2018

Artist Date Price Starting Time Book
The Vamps 2 February 2018 R570 7pm Book Online
Beatenberg / Alice Phoebe Lou 4 February 2018 R180 / R135 5.15pm Book Online
The Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra 11 February 2018 R180 / R135 5.30pm Book Online
Cape Town Folk ‘n Acoustic Music Festival 18 February 2018 R180 / R135 5pm Book Online
Lira 25 February 2018 R180 / R135 5.30pm Book Online
Goodluck / The Kiffness 4 March 2018 R180 / R135 5.15pm Book Online
The Christians (UK) 11 March 2018 R205 / R140 5.30pm Book Online
Jeremy Loops 18 March 2018 R205 / R140 5.30pm Book Online
Petite Noir (BEL) / Slow Jack 21 March 2018 R180 / R135 5.15pm Book Online
Dan Patlansky / Albert Frost 25 March 2018 R180 / R135 5.15pm Book Online


The Inside Guide has made every effort to ensure that the information in this post was correct at the time of publication. However, we do not assume any liability caused by errors, such as price, cost, time, and location. All tickets for the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts must be bought through Webtickets.

Concerts In The Park 2018

Watch some of South Africa’s best-loved musicians. In a park. For free! With the sun out and summer in full swing, there are few better ways to spend an evening than under a tree listening to good live music. So, we were thrilled to hear that the annual summer concerts are back at this loved Cape Town venue. These free gigs are an opportunity for the whole family to unwind together over some great music and, even, a picnic. About De Waal Park: During the year, The City Council Parks Department in conjunction with Concerts In the Park (and to some extent the Friends of De Waal Park) work hard to keep the park looking its best year-round, so that when summer starts it is in spiffy condition for Capetonians from all over to enjoy these wonderful free musical get-togethers. Everyone is welcome – including your pets. So, pack a hamper, with a couple of bottles of vino, round up the familia, and head on down to the park.

Diarise These Dates For The Summer 2018 Concerts

25 February 2018 Mi Casa De Waal Park
4 March 2018 Fokofpolisiekar De Waal Park
18 March 2018 Freshlyground De Waal Park
8 April 2018 Prime Circle De Waal Park

Huawei Kday 2018

Saturday, 03 March 2018 At 11:00

Cape Town’s One And Only Feel Great Music Festival Is Back And Is Bigger And Better Than Ever.

What Is It? Huawei KDay with Kfm 94.5 is all about the most local music, from some of SA`s hottest acts, LIVE on-stage. Book your date with Huawei KDay & Kfm 94.5 for the Ultimate Music Experience, to make you feel great. Huawei KDay with Kfm 94.5 is powered by the Huawei Mate 10 Pro.

When Is It? Saturday, 03 March 2018 at 11:00.

Where Is It? Meerendal Wine Estate, Vissershok Rd, Durbanville, Cape Town, 7550

How Much Is It? Tickets cost R120 to R450 per person.

More Information Visit Computicket.

2018 Maynardville Wynberg Festival - 2nd / 3rd March

The 2018 Wynberg Family Festival takes place at the old Community Chest Carnival ground, Maynardville Carnival Grounds in Wynberg from Friday 2nd to Saturday 3rd March 2018. Local & International Cuisines, Food Trucks, fashion, gadgets & other exciting vendors. Spectaulr carnival rides! Plenty of entertainment for the entire family! R25 for kids under 13. R45 for persons over 13 & over. Pensioners- FREE! Get your tickets early! Remember, 2nd & 3rd March. Maynardville in Wynberg! It is going down!

Location: 2018 Wynberg Festival at Maynardville Carnival Grounds-Wynberg

When: 2 March–3 March • Piers Road, Wynberg

Safety Tips On Securing Your Property And Life:

  • Don't feed/support street beggars; refer them to a Haven.
  • Don't trust car-parkers.
  • Don't leave valuables visible in your vehicle (lock them away in the boot).
  • The slogan “STASH IT, DON’T FLASH IT” is very appropriate in our city.
  • If possible don't park your vehicle in the street.
  • Close your curtains/blinds after sunset.
  • Be alert when leaving an ATM or bank, as you may be followed.
  • Before entering your driveway, be alert.
  • Please don't walk with your cellphone, iPhone, iPad, tablet or laptop visible.
  • Download applications to track your phone.
  • Please assist the police with the serial numbers of stolen items.Report any suspicious behaviour and hotspots to SAPS on 021 680 9580 or to, this is for the Mowbray area.

Crime In Cape Town

Crime in Cape Town is on the increase and we urge you all to BE ALERT AT ALL TIMES. Cape Town is no different to any other city in the world, crime is a fact of life. Muggings, cellphone thefts, housebreak-ins, car thefts and break-ins happen every day.

The most important thing is to always be aware and not take chances. With the large number of unemployed people in the country crime is on the increase. All your houses are as safe and secure as we can make them, with burglar bars, safety gates, alarms etc. It is each and every one of your own responsibilities to be aware of your safety at all times. Lock doors behind you and close gates in the best interests of your own safety and that of your fellow housemates .Do not take chances, rather be safe than sorry. If you see someone suspicious telephone the police and report it.

If you are the recipient of any theft, break-in or any crime whatsoever, it must be reported to the police immediately. They can be contacted on South African police 10111 or emergency number on your landline 107 or on your cellphone 112.

Advice From South African Police Services (SAPS):

Reporting Tips In Order Of Importance:

  • * Car Number Plates: Focus on letters, and first 3 numbers. Don’t worry about all 6 numbers – accurate letters and first 3 numbers are all we need
  • * Note the exact time on your cell and watch. This makes a HUGE difference to our workload
  • * Vehicle Type: Make and colour is fine (e.g. Silver Merc)
  • * Write it all down as quickly as possible, or enter onto your phone. Memories are often unreliable!
  • * Contact your service provider/SAPS, and let us know by email.

MOWBRAY POLICE – 021 680 9580 / 9587 / 9588

WOODSTOCK POLICE – 021 442 3117

CITY CENTRE POLICE - 0860 765 423

Vehicle Safety Tips From ADT

Here are some useful vehicle safety tips received this week from ADT:


  • * Travel with car doors locked and windows closed.
  • * Constantly monitor vehicles travelling behind, ahead and next to you.
  • * If you think you’re being followed, drive to the nearest police station. Don’t go home.
  • * Leave room between your car and the one in front to avoid being boxed in.
  • * Attract the attention of other drivers or pedestrians if you think you’re in danger.
  • * Hoot, flash your lights, put on your emergency lights, or shout.
  • * Be aware of people approaching your car or loitering near traffic lights, stop signs, parking areas or your driveway.
  • * If approached by a suspicious-looking person, especially at night or in deserted areas, drive off quickly from a stop street or intersection, always heeding traffic danger.
  • * On long journeys only stop overnight at safe places. Stopping next to the road or in a parking area overnight is not safe.


  • * Don’t stop at the scene of an accident unless you’re sure it’s genuine.
  • * Don’t enter your garage or a parking area if you think you’re being followed.
  • * Don’t stop if a passer-by indicates that, for example, you have a flat tyre or other defect. Drive to a service station or safe area and check it there.
  • * Don’t leave your car door open and the engine running while opening garages.

Water Is Precious – Stage 3 Started On 01 January 2017

Our water shortage is now critical and water restrictions has now been approved. "South Africa is enduring its worst drought in 23 years and as such, our water supply is under heavy strain."

Our water is expensive, please save water as each one of us can help towards water conservation

  • Take shorter showers.
  • Turn off the water after you wet your toothbrush.
  • Rinse your razor in the sink.
  • Use your dishwasher and clothes washer for only full loads.
  • When washing dishes by hand, don't leave the water running for rinsing.
  • Don't let the faucet run while you clean vegetables.
  • Keep a bottle of drinking water in the fridge.
  • Report any leaking (dripping) taps to us at the office, so we can have them repaired.
  • Let’s all try and save water on a daily basis.

Users are required to cut water consumption by 20 percent from 10 percent, the City of Cape Town municipality said in a statement on its website. The restrictions started on January 1. Watering gardens with drinking water from municipal supply is allowed only on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays for a maximum of an hour per premises either before 9 a.m. or after 4 p.m., it said. This includes watering with buckets or automated sprinkler systems.


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