THE HERALD CLOVER KIDS & BABY EXPO, THE EASTERN CAPE’S BIGGEST FAMILY EXPO NOW TAKING PLACE OVER THE SEPTEMBER HOLIDAYS! The Herald Clover Kids and Baby Expo is now in its 3rd year and once again set to attract a large crowd of parents and children. The Expo will be held at the Moffett on Main Lifestyle Centre at the start of the September school holidays from Friday the 28th of September to Sunday the 30th. The undercover exhibition is diverse and includes the best in entertainment and education, wellness and nutrition, furniture and décor, clothing and sport, creativity and crafts, travel and technology as well as family travel and products. There will be exciting indoor sporting and entertainment programme hosted at the Kids Zone and Stage Arena. Entrance is R25 for adults, R20 for kids and all entertainment & activities within the exhibition arena is free. For more information follow us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kids-Baby-Expo/ contact Linda Harwood on 083 310 0750 or firstname.lastname@example.org or checkout www.harwoodevents.co.za More Info: http://www.harwoodevents.co.za Author: Linda Harwood from Harwood Promotion Events Management. Originally distributed by MyPR.co.za. No of Images Uploaded: One To gain access to One image/s please Like, Tweet or +1 this article: [l2g] Images: The Herald Clover Kids & Baby Expo's Logo [/l2g] . . .
Raats Family Wines are extending their portfolio of superb wines with the maiden release of the Raats Dolomite Cabernet Franc 2010. This lusty red will be on the shelves of leading restaurants and retailers this month. Widely considered as a Cabernet Franc specialist, winemaker Bruwer Raats continues to be fascinated with this varietal and finds the most perfect vineyard sites to produce the best grapes. For the past decade, Raats has been experimenting with Cabernet Franc and has concluded that the grapes are happier in less fertile soils such as decomposed dolomite granite, which allows the wine to express great purity of fruit and creates an elegant balance. The Raats Dolomite Cabernet Franc is testament to the success of this experiment with a luscious display of succulent red fruits, coupled with a beautifully smoky minerality. “I believe that the Dolomite is a great example of this much under-rated variety and represents great value for money. This wine combines ten years of knowledge and experience with Cabernet Franc and can be enjoyed straight away,” mentions Raats. Wine writer Emile Joubert described it as a great bottle of wine. “What a perky, beaut of a vino from the Duke of Cabernet Franc, Bruwer Raats,” wrote Joubert on his winegoggle blog. Although an extremely versatile wine, Raats recommends the Dolomite Cabernet Franc as a perfect pairing partner for pork loin with a plum and Armagnac sauce, beef fillet with truffle sauce, game bird with red wine sauce or any venison such as springbok, ostrich or kudu. The Raats Dolomite Cabernet Franc 2010 retails from R95.00 and is now available at leading liquor outlets in KwaZulu-Natal and the Western Cape. Find it in Durban at Durban North Spar, Fusion Café, Meander Fine Wines, Park Lane Cellars, The Ridge Spar and MT Edgecombe Tops, in Cape Town at Buratta, & Union, Caroline’s V & A Waterfront, Wine Concepts Kloof Street, Wine @ The Mill and La Colombe (Constantia Uitsig), the . . .
This week, the Property Poser experts bring clarity to the murky issue of joint ownership for a reader who owns an undivided half-share in a property. The reader writes that the building has two separate entrances and that his co-owner rents out “her” side. He would like to know whether he has any claim to the income generated in this manner. There appears to be some animosity between the parties, with the partner asserting her right to his portion and demanding first option to buy at a price she offers should the reader decide to sell his share. The reader would therefore like to know whether he could simply set the price for his portion and, consequently, what would happen should his partner refuse to pay the suggested price. Any type of co-ownership of property can be very problematic in the absence of an agreement stipulating the rights and obligations of each owner, says Willem Luttig from Raubenheimers Inc in George. “In this instance, it may be necessary to point out certain realities.” If the registration documents at the Deeds Office show that the two parties are in fact co-owners, Luttig says this will mean that each owns an undivided half-share in the property. “Then the property is not simply split in half, with one owner on one side and the other partner on the other.” Strictly speaking, it could also mean that the reader may actually have a claim on the rental earned by his co-owner, as she is technically renting out a portion of his undivided half-share, says Luttig. “Of course, the other side of this argument is that his partner is entitled to have a say regarding what the reader does with his share of the property.” On the other hand, it could be argued that the parties have a tacit or unwritten agreement with regard to the use of the property, says Pieter van Rensburg, principal of Chas Everitt in George. “This becomes problematic, however, if a dispute develops and the parties are pressed to prove the terms of this . . .