09:00 to 14:00, every Saturday
Oude Libertas Centre, Oude Libertas Estate, Stellenbosch
Visit the Oude Libertas Centre in Stellenbosch on Saturdays to sample the delicious wares from the Stellenbosch Fresh Goods Market, which has moved from its former home at Bosman’s Crossing.
The Stellenbosch Fresh Goods Market is an authentic slow food market with producers selling products which they have grown, raised, harvested, caught, preserved or transformed themselves. The market has become an institution with the region’s locals and tourists alike since it establishment almost two years ago.
If you are in the market for high-quality niche producers, food artisans, produce from local and regional farmers, natural and organic merchants, responsible and sustainable enterprises and purveyors of fine food, then be sure to visit the Stellenbosch Fresh Goods Market very Saturday, 52 weeks of the year.
Hiphop poet and performer Jitsvinger, jazz pianist Kyle Shepherd and singer and poet Blaq Pearl trace the origins of Afrikaans all the way back to the 1600s and follow it through to the present day. By combining various musical styles like Ghoema and Kaapse Klopse, poetry and video, the performers set out to redefine the untold story of the language as it has developed over the years. In true hip-hop style, incorporating beats and rhymes, glitches and scratches, this cutting-edge hiphopera looks at the language of the people of the Cape and celebrates all its different influences.
At the Baxter Theatre
Dates and Times/Datums en Tye:
Previews/Voorskoue 7 & 8 April at/om 20:00
Opens/Open 9 April at/om 20:00
Thereafter Monday–Saturday at/Daarna Maandae–Saterdae om 20:00
This is a definate must to revisit the roots of Afrikaans. It is such a rich language.
Just a little town in and around the West Coast. A wonderful holiday spot, to rewind, relax and just be. One of my favourite places.
This is so going to be a major event.
Being part of the organizing panel is just so exciting. So many of the geeks in the online community will strutting their stuff on the catwalk for charity.
Tickets are still available with me, as I’m the one who you need to talk to by getting the tickets. Just send me an e-mail via Litsje’s website.
I’ll do the rest.
Organic and whole food, ec o and green products.
Off Lower Main and Station road.
R8 adults and kinds under 12 free.
For more information view their website.
27 – 29 April
WTF! Social Media has gone main stream. What does this mean? At WTF Media Conf we will explore social media, mobile media and cloud computing – the three big trends for 2010. According to Jesse Schell, “Facebook, a social networking site, is big, strange and terrifying or rather unexpected.” (BTW, Facebook had more hits than Google for the second week in March, 2010.)
Online or Mobile, Social Media is changing the way we live, work today and will continue to do so in the future. If you want to know more about what’s coming and how to use it, then you are in the right place. WTF Media Conf will focus on knowledge and application (case studies) and of course, life would not be complete without the crystal ball, a couple of predictions.
The conference, organised by CPUT (Cape Peninsula University of Technology), comprises two components: Boot Camp and WTF Media Conf. Boot Camp is a mixture of knowledge, skills development and practice for the novice or beginner.
Point of Purchase for Tickets: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost of Tickets: R 4,500