Get 100% off - i.e Pay NOTHING for your Press Release to be FEATURED on MyPR and our partner sites - and not for Black Friday only but for the rest of the month. MyPR has an option for Press Releases to be set as featured releases on the site. For today and the rest of November we are giving away five Featured Releases per day for nothing, free, gratis and Mahala. All you need do is to go to: http://mypr.co.za/free-submit/ (this is the ONLY link to get a Free Featured Press Release) Only FIVE per day will be accepted. Featured Press Releases gain from greater exposure on the site as well as from our partners. In fact the increase in reach is over 10 fold, along with preserving your valuable hyperlinks in your release to where readers can find more information. Featured Press Releases appear in the home page slider on MyPR, randomly at the bottom of EVERY press release ever published and in the Right Hand Sidebar where applicable. Along with being monitored by Newsclip, MyPR offers extreme value and return for the busy PR Professional. YouTube: https://youtu.be/9ovzdChGkuU CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Internet consumers and resellers alike can look forward to exceptional value from Domains.co.za this Black Friday to Cyber Monday. "We're using Black Friday to Cyber Monday to highlight the need for affordable hosting and value-added services to be added on top of successful domain name registration," said Domains.co.za Managing Director, Wayne Diamond. He added that resellers will also find exceptional value at Domains.co.za from tomorrow. Domains.co.za is a leading South African ICANN-accredited domains registrar, website and hosting provider. From Friday, 25 November 2016 to Monday, 28 November 2016: · The Pro Hosting Plan has been reduced from R169 to R89 per month and includes 15 gigs SSD storage, · Web Hosting, ADSL & Anti-Virus bundle on offer for R199 per month that usually costs R274 and it includes 50 gig ADSL, budget hosting and anti-virus, · Website Builder, ADSL & Anti-Virus was R295, now going for only R219 per month · Finally, Reseller Value Hosting Plan that normally retails for R479 is going for R369 per month, additional information can be found at www.Domains.co.za. All web hosting plans include free domain name registration, super-fast SSD storage, free emails, easy installs, and weekly back-ups. Traditionally a day of huge online discounts, Cyber Monday is a marketing term for the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States. The term "Cyber Monday" was created to persuade people to help grow the worldwide by shopping online. Black Friday is the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United States (the fourth Thursday of November). Earlier this year, Domains.co.za became the first South African Internet Service Provider (ISP) and hosting provider to enable SnapScan as a payment method. This means it is able to receive cardless and cashless secure payments for domain name and hosting services. For further information, please visit: https://www.domains.co.za CLICK HERE to submit your press release . . .
Beat the year-end blues and recharge your batteries. Escape to the heart of the Cape Winelands for Proe Paarl – a month-long celebration of the unique offerings of the Paarl region. From 16 November to 18 December, Paarl will be pulling out all the stops to offer visitors a great experience ranging from outdoor activities, country cuisine, warm hospitality and award-winning wines. Whether you have time for a quick day trip or a weekend breakaway, Paarl is the place to play this summer. TASTE PAARL Paarl is becoming increasingly well-known for its culinary offerings and Proe Paarl has lined up some gourmet delights that will tantalise the taste buds. The magnificent Grande Roche hotel is offering a truly authentic dining experience with an elegant twist during their Bubbles and Braai events on Saturday, 26 November and Thursday, 15 December. Traditional barbeque dishes are cleverly paired with fantastic Method Cap Classique and will surely delight guests. Start your day at Paarl's most iconic landmark – the Afrikaans Taalmonument. For the duration of Proe Paarl, the Volksmond Coffee Shop offers an authentic Afrikaans breakfast with eggs, mieliepap and boerewors with "boeretroos" or rooibos tea at R80 per person. Alternatively, try a traditional lunch of bobotie, melktert, a cup of "boeretroos", rooibos tea or a glass of Boland Cellar wine for at R150 per person. The cost includes entrance fee to the monument. A special kiddie's menu and play area is available. The Boland Kelder Bistro will open just in time for Proe Paarl season. Guests can enjoy delicious bistro-style meals, while enjoying the gorgeous scenery and award-winning Boland wines. Also make a note of Mellasat's Summer pop-up restaurant for a fabulous summer dinner and lunch menu on Thursday, 10 November, and Friday, 11 December, from 12h00. Paarl is home to some exquisite historical wine estates, so take an opportunity to visit and taste some fantastic food and great wines. Marvel at the . . .
Goodbye to ties and suits! Ciao to the chores of daily life! In the holiday kingdom, all is sunny and dandy. Vilebrequin’s special Christmas print plunges one into the magic of a Christmas where all our wildest dreams can come true: surfing over land and sea, twisting and twirling on ice caps as if they were skating rinks, flying far, far away on a sleigh, enjoying our summer vacation… This particular Christmas print speaks to the child within, themed – in the land of our childhood. Perhaps that’s the greatest luxury of all: learning to let go, if only for a week or so... Discover the Noël Christmas print for fathers and sons at Vilebrequin stores located in the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, Melrose Arch and Nelson Mandela Square in Johannesburg and Thesen Island in Knysna. Follow Vilebrequin on Instagram @Vilebrequin_SA or Like us on Facebook (Vilebrequin SA). STORE DETAILS Vilebrequin Nelson Mandela Square | Shop 20 | Tel: 011 883 0001 Vilebrequin Melrose Arch | Shop HL57 | Galleria | The Piazza | Tel: 011 684 1775 Vilebrequin V&A Waterfront | Shop 7253 | Victoria Wharf (Brand Mile) | Tel: 021 421 8523 Vilebrequin Knysna | Th10 | Long Street | Thesen Island | Tel: 044 382 0972 CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
Creating a fresh look in your bathroom doesn’t mean you have to bring in an expensive remodelling team; it’s often the little details that make a big difference! Make your space feel new again by adding these sleek, stylish accessories and make your bathroom a sanctuary. Available from Handles Inc. Double towel rail – from R900 Glass shelf – from R580 Hand towel holder – from R300 Soap dish – from R340 Hook – from R190 Toilet roll holder – from R290. Also, if you're in Cape Town and want to source product - we can easily arrange that. With Handles Inc you can easily create a slick designer pad, quirky villa feel, a bathroom haven or a cutting-edge office environment with their quality handles and bathroom accessories. Architects and interior designers know that it’s details like these that make a space truly unique and exceptional. With a collection of over 9000 items to inspire you, Handles Inc has specialist designer pieces personally selected from top global manufacturers. With these exclusive ranges and a design-savvy team on hand to assist, Handles Inc will help you make your home or office a space that reflects your individuality – and a dream to live or work in. For your local stockist visit www.handlesinc.co.za or call 021-422 2322. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. . . .
This year’s Festive Ideas Market at the Simondium’s Country Lodge promises to be a star-studded event for festival goers. From Wednesday, 2 November, until Sunday, 6 November, this distinctive market is celebrating its uniqueness beneath the Southern Cross. Are you looking for that special gift for one of the stars in your life? With more than 100 exhibitors with innovative and originals products of the highest quality, you’ll find the perfect gift for any occasion. Discover designer clothing for all ages, beautiful fashion accessories and hand-made jewellery as well as a sensational selection of pampering products. If you want to spruce up your house, kitchen or garden before the festive season, this market is the ideal place to pick up exceptional decor items such as imported linen, table ware for your festive table ranging from silver cutlery to crystal glasses and antique porcelain – as well as gorgeous Christmas decorations. The Festive Ideas deli is brimming over with the yummiest home-baked goodies to fill up your pantry before the holidays. Spoil your loved ones with mouth-watering biscuits, rusks, gourmet coffees, hand-made sweets, jams, relishes and canned treats as well as fresh farm produce and even speciality fruit cakes. Enjoy the relaxed and festive atmosphere of the elegant old guesthouse and its lush gardens with soothing live music, delectable snacks and a glass of wine, while the kids can play in a specially dedicated kiddies area. The market is open from 09h00 till 17h00 from Wednesday to Saturday, but closes at 15h00 on Sunday. Free parking and security is available. Entrance is R30 per adult, but free for children under 18. Don’t miss the special preview on Tuesday, 1 November, from 14h00. The Simondium’s Country Lodge is easily accessible on the R45 between Paarl and Franschhoek, only 60km from the Cape Town central, 13 km from the Klapmuts turn-off and a quick 15km from Stellenbosch via the Helshoogte Pass. For enquiries, . . .
Senior Landscape Architect, Lizelle Wolmarans at GIBB, one of South Africa’s leading black-owned engineering consulting firms, presented a paper on child safety in playgrounds at the three-day Congress for the Institute of World Urban Parks (WUP) and Environment and Recreation Management (IERM) in Cape Town last month. Leading parks professionals and parks agencies from around the world resolving to protect and enhance the world’s urban parks and green spaces in the face of looming global challenges was present at this Congress. The paper, titled Risky Play and Children’s Safety: Balancing Priorities for Optimal Child Development focused on the construction of playgrounds, safety and safety standards of equipment used in playgrounds as well as the influence it has on physical and mental child development. Play experts such as Environmental Psychologists, Child Development Specialists, Landscape Architects and Educators are advocating a re-assessment of the play environment. While the safety of children should never be neglected, Wolmarans explained the dangers of being over-protective as potentially detrimental to a child’s development. “Our environment is not without risk and therefore, we need to learn how to manage risk continuously as a survival skill. However, where risk is eliminated from playgrounds, challenge is eliminated leading to boredom where children may potentially feel the need to take excessive risk using equipment inappropriately that can cause unintentional injury,” said Wolmarans. South Africa has adopted the international playground safety standards, these standards are not legalised but serve as a guideline to prevent hazardous risks. Locally, our decisions need to be influenced by security, economy and future sustainability. In the case of security, it is a fact that children are living in dangerous environments in their homes and neighbourhoods. Some of the dangers are traffic, kidnapping, crime and drugs. Supervision and . . .
Estonians Peeter Pruus and Peeter Tarvis triumphed on a drama-filled day to win Stage 2 and close in on the overall lead of the Cape Pioneer Trek international mountain bike stage race in George, South Africa on Tuesday. Pruus, the European marathon champion and Tarvis, the Estonian marathon champion of Team KOMO/RMW, clocked a winning time of 03 hours 45 minutes 58 seconds for the 99km leg from Mossel Bay to George. They came within 13 seconds of the overall lead, held by Gawie Combrinck and Nico Bell (NAD Pro), who had to stop on numerous occasions with tyre problems, but still managed to finish a somewhat desperate second in 3:46:53. There was a furious six-rider sprint for the final podium spot between Erik Groen and Jeroen Boelen (Stappenbelt Specialized), Konny Looser and Daniel Gathoff (Cape Brewing Co Elite.) and James Reid and Julian Jessop (Team Spur). The Dutch pair of Groen and Boelen were awarded third after the finish-line photo was examined, their time 3:48:03. Looser and Gathoff were fourth and Reid and Jessop fifth, the former pairing still third in the overall contest. “We were going to stay in the group at the beginning, but then we thought maybe we’ll try something on the long climb. But it turned out not to be much of a climb, even going downhill sometimes, so we stayed in the group almost until the third waterpoint, then I rode away with one solo rider,” explained Tarvis. “Then later the other Peeter attacked and he caught me. So we rode together a little bit off the front, but then the NAD Pro team caught us. But they had some problems with their bike and we got away again near the end,” explained Tarvus. “One of our goals was to win a stage at the Cape Pioneer Trek. Now we have achieved that. We are very close to the lead now so we are going to go for the overall now,” said Pruus. “We had some troubles but we chased back multiple times. Each time we got back there were attacks. It was chase, chase, chase! It was one of . . .
Blades are precision made in German factory – delivered on members’ schedule What do you do if you like the shave you’re getting, but you intensely dislike the exorbitant cost of the blades? If you’re Johannesburg residents John Woollam and Chris Irwin, you start by scouring the planet for a factory that makes exceptional blades. You find one in the industrial heartland of Germany that uses high grade steel ground to exacting specifications by superb craftsmen. Then you start a business. Not a conventional business mind you – an online business that actually delivers razor blades directly to the door of South African men on their schedule. With no charge for delivery. In a nutshell, that’s how The Shave Union South Africa was born. “We both wanted the best shave possible, but felt ripped off by the high price of quality razor blades – it’s hard not to. We were determined not to compromise on quality, and because shopping for blades can be a hassle, we wanted to make it convenient for guys.” said Woollam. So what does The Shave Union actually deliver and how much does it cost? Men who sign up will receive four cartridges at a time, each made with 5 blades, for only R42.25. That’s about 40% less than other blades of comparable quality. Guys can decide if they want the blades delivered every 1, 2 or 3 months, and they can cancel anytime. Irwin adds, “You also get a free top-quality razor handle – one of those weighted, ergonomic ones that feels good in your hand. Guys will get a super close, comfortable shave for a low price and can cancel anytime. There’s a lot to like and no risk. We think the whole deal is pretty amazing.” Although razor blade delivery to men’s homes is now common elsewhere in the world, it’s new to South Africa. Will men visit The Shave Union’s website (www.ShaveUnion.co.za) and sign on? “Time will tell”, says Woollam, “We look forward to helping lots of men get a great shave at a low cost. The Shave Union is definitely an idea . . .
Late entrants Erik Kleinhans and Matt Beers were rewarded for their spontaneity when they won the opening stage of the 2016 Cape Pioneer Trek international mountain bike stage race in Mossel Bay, South Africa on Sunday. Competing as Team Full Sus/Topeak Ergon/Red-E, the South African pair sped around the scenic oceanside 13km prologue stage in 28 minutes 31 seconds to secure themselves the first leader’s jersey of the event, which finishes on Saturday in Oudtshoorn after more than 500km of racing. Next fastest was the Estonian pairing of Peeter Pruus and Peeter Tarvis (KOMO/RMW) who finished in 29:33 with 2012 winners, Gawie Combrinck and Nico Bell (Team NAD) rounding out the top three in 29:38. The hopes of stage favourites, James Reid and Julian Jessop (Team Spur) were scuppered when Jessop punctured. They didn’t lose too much time though and finished fourth with the Dutch duo of Jeroen Boelen and Erik Groen (Stappenbelt Specialized) rounding out the top five. “We expected to be up there, but we weren’t sure of the Estonians and obviously we knew James (Reid) and Julian (Jessop) would be quick on this course. So it’s not too much of a surprise to have won, we are very happy and we have a reasonable lead, which a bonus,” said Kleinhans. “But I really only led for the first 500 metres and the rest of the time I just sat on Matt’s wheel. He was super powerful today and this course had a lot of short, punchy climbs, which suits power riders. We won’t be aggressive tomorrow, but will be involved and grab any opportunities if they present themselves,” added Kleinhans, a former two-time overall winner of the race. The OMX Pro team of Cherie Redeker and Mariske Strauss secured a comfortable stage win in the women’s category. As XCO specialists, the short, fairly technical stage, dubbed #PointPursuit, obviously suited the South Africans and they clocked an impressive time of 35:02. There was an exciting battle for the minor stage positions with Britain’s . . .