Vacuum and Fluid Technology is a sluice gate manufacturer and engineering firm that specialises in building pipes and other similar drawing and disposal equipment for use in the fields of water and waste management. Almost all their products are made from stainless steel, carbon steel or Duplex materials, and they boast of ultra-reliability and easy-to-configure-and-manage parts and systems. Apart from steel pipes, they make pipes from plastic and other composite materials, and aside from pipes they manufacture tanks, vessels and skid or packaged units. They are suppliers of stainless steel pipes; serve both private housing and the industrial sector, and the firm has gained a reputation of high credibility in terms of quality offered; especially fool-proof anti-corrosion facilities. A wide range of operating arrangements are on the shelf, including hand wheel operated, hand wheel via gearbox, electrically actuated and pneumatically actuated piping. The hand wheel force required is normally below 150N unless specified otherwise. The LRS (Leakage Rate Standards) leakage rates are superior to the ones specified according to the AWWA C5.01. Should specific leakage rates be specified, units are designed and supplied to suit. Their most prominent services include: Sale of new equipment and recycling of old/used ones, system design, pump type selection, performance testing of connector apparatus, installation and on-site upgrade, turnkey supply, installation upgrade and even medical installations. Their Gardner Denver units are well-tested out in factory appliances, as are all re-manufactured units, and come with 24 and 12 months’ warranty respectively. DG pumps are energy-efficient and are programmed to reduce water and electricity consumption, and the firm avails of trained technical personnel to help out with the commissioning and re-commissioning of the equipment as and when required on the spot. Every unit is application-specific and construction materials are . . .
For the past three years, Longridge Wine Estate has added an unforgettable event as a prelude to the annual Stellenbosch Wine Festival by hosting an exquisitely elegant gala dinner in the streets of Stellenbosch. On Wednesday, 27 January, guests will once again have the opportunity to be part of the magic as Plein Street in front of the historic town hall is transformed into an enchanting open-air dining room with live music and an incredible five-course gourmet dinner matched sensationally with five wines from the celebrated Longridge wine portfolio. This fine-dining experience will be exclusively prepared for only 300 guests, who will be able to dance the night away under the lush oak trees and star-lit African skies. On arrival, guests will be welcomed with a glass of Longridge Brut Rosé or Blanc de Blanc bubbly and canapés of fresh oysters with rose vinegar, chilled watermelon soup, spicy Cape Malay beef samosas and herb tempura. For the first course, guests will enjoy an oven roasted tomato tart with caramelised onions, soft Galbani mozzarella, calamata and caper tapenade tossed with organic greens from the Longridge restaurant kitchen and balsamic syrup served with a special pre-release surprise. A sublime white blend The Emily will accompany the second course of cured local Helderberg Mountain trout with nuances of dill, pepper and lemon, topped with a Dijon mustard and honey mayonnaise. The third course is a symphony of pan-fried beef fillet topped with a gourmet terrine of slow roasted beef cheeks, beef tongue, sweetbreads and finely chopped veal liver enhanced with flavours of grain mustard and finished with a rich red wine jus. Served on a potato and leek dauphinoise with steamed fresh green vegetables and a cinnamon infused pumpkin fritter, it is the perfect partner to the luscious 2012 Longridge Cabernet Sauvignon. A delectable roasted peach and almond frangipani served with Galbani mascarpone and fynbos honey and the celebrated 2009 . . .
Nancy Richards will be Interviewing Philani Dladla about his BIG ISSUE. Philani Dladla used to read books and review them to survive. Now he’s written one and is telling his story to help others. We invite you to come and hear the story of a young man who found a passion for reading, overcome a drug addiction, and is now known as the Pavement Bookworm. Tickets: R160 on Webticket (http://goo.gl/nfzD6O) Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org Author: Chantelle Heath from HIPPO Communications. Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please contact HIPPO Communications. The Big Issue Breakfast - Pavement Bookworm CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. Have a look at the online visibility from 01/15/2016 to today for The Big Issue Breakfast - Pavement Bookworm: Google Search Results Bing Search Results Yahoo Search Results DuckDuckGo Search Results Twitter Mentions . . .
A visit to the Kirstenbosch Craft and Food Market is an absolute must for those who enjoy a relaxed Sunday shopping browse, in one of the most beautiful settings in Cape Town. The 25 year old Kirstenbosch Craft and Food Market has a proud tradition. The outdoor setting is in the historic Stone Cottage grounds on the Kirstenbosch Estate, with the majestic Castle Rock as a backdrop. The stalls consist mainly of craft (with a few minor exceptions) made and sold by the stallholder. Enjoy choosing wares from artisans and craftspeople who display their unique products, including clothing, jewellery, pottery, and wood carvings. It is the perfect place to find gifts for friends or something special for your own home. Buy a delicious bite to eat at one of the many food stalls, while enjoying the music from the University of Cape Town’s finest musicians, and perhaps, take a food basket to the beautiful Kirstenbosch botanic gardens, across the road from the market, and enjoy a picnic to end a perfect day. Children are most welcome and well catered for. Time: 9am-3pm Address: Stone Cottages, on the corner of Kirstenbosch Drive and Rhodes Avenue. Author: Jessica Miller from HIPPO Communications. Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please contact HIPPO Communications. Kirstenbosch Craft and Food Market CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. Have a look at the online visibility from 01/13/2016 to today for Kirstenbosch Craft and Food Market: Google Search Results Bing Search Results Yahoo Search Results DuckDuckGo Search Results Twitter Mentions . . .
Popular video-on-demand (VOD) service, Netflix launched in 130 countries this month including South Africa. To provide a seamless service to the SA consumer, the company will be making use of the Teraco-funded NAPAfrica Internet exchange (IXP) in Johannesburg. The South African Netflix website was launched on Wednesday with advertised prices starting at roughly R127 per month with a free month’s trial. Popular TV shows that South Africans can watch on Netflix include hits such as Suits, Dexter and Weeds. MyGica is the market leader in smart media players and have the ideal solution to stream Netflix onto home TVs. The media players are pre-installed with the application and provide Plug N Play entertainment with the press of a button. Stream the latest and greatest popular movies, TV series, sports, news, music, games and more directly from the internet onto your big screen TV. With over one million MyGica users streaming their favourites from YouTube, Netflix, Crackle and Vevo, the media player manufacturer is expected to continue growth in South Africa with their media players. Watching, Not Waiting No more waiting for Downloads to complete. Watch Instantly by Streaming from your Favourite Apps or Sites. Wirelessly connect to any website including Adobe Flash and HTML 5 pages. Think of the internet as your personal giant hard-drive. No disks, No drives, No downloads. Search, click and watch… It's that simple. True to Life Display MyGica has various models supporting ULTRA 4K High Definition 3840 x 2160 Resolution. For those with Old Televisions or HDTV, they support you too. Plus, all MyGica boxes are 3-D HDTV capable. Easy As 1-2-3 Plug MyGica to your TV via HDMI or RCA cable (red, white & yellow) and wirelessly connect to your home network. And that’s about it. Getting set up has never been this easy. Wireless Device Friendly Instantly Play Videos, Pictures and Music from your Mobile, PC and Tablet Device on your BIG screen TV. . . .
Although the holidays are over, summer is not and there is still lots of fun to be had such as at the Up the Creek festival which is being held on the banks of the Breede River near Swellendam from 28 to 31 January. Sedgwick’s Original Old Brown, celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, will be very much part of the festivities so bring your friends and come and join in the fun. There will be three stages offering legendary music performances by artists such as Guy Collins, Shortstraw, Rubber Duc and Good Luck just to name a few, as well as some of the best comedy acts the country has to offer. You can enjoy all of this while chilling on your lilo or any other inflatable. (Creative floating devices are welcome!). Sedgwick’s will have its famous river raft equipped with bean bags and hammocks, ready for you to enjoy while taking in the beauty of the river. For those not keen to be in or on the water, a dedicated Sedgwick’s chill zone will be available on land with an acoustic stage to enjoy more live performances. You can take on your friends at various card games or even at a giant Jenga if you believe you have the makings of a master builder. Find Sedgwick’s at the main bar and stay refreshed with Sedgwick’s mixed with ginger ale or lemonade. When a legendary old friend turns 100, what better way than to celebrate it with one of the ultimate river parties. Visit www.upthecreek.co.za for more information and to purchase tickets. Author: Louise De Kock from DKC. More Info link: http://www.upthecreek.co.za/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/DKC_PR Images: For high res version/s of Three image/s please contact DKC. Sedgwick's Old Brown at Up The Creek Photo: Sedgwick's Old Brown Sedgwick's Old Brown river raft Photo: Sedgwick's Old Brown Sedgwick's Old Brown chill area Photo: Sedgwick's Old Brown CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. Have a look at the online visibility from 01/11/2016 to today for Go Up The Creek . . .
Good day My name is Melanie Nieuwoudt. My sister and I recently went through a legal battle, while protecting our business name – Cederbrew, a micro-brewery from the Cederberg. Please take the time and read our crowdfunding campaign. http://jumpstarter.co.za/campaigns/sister-craftbrewers-cederberg-seek-funding-legal-battle/ We need the exposure, but I think it will be a great platform to start addressing the issues the growing craft beer market faces – being pushed around and bullied by ‘the big guys’ (which is the wine industry in South Africa’s case and not necessarily SABMiller as people might think). Please also contact me if any additional information is required to fortify a story. Author: Melanie Nieuwoudt from Ceder Brew. More Info link: http://jumpstarter.co.za/campaigns/sister-craftbrewers-cederberg-seek-funding-legal-battle/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cederbrew Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cederbrew/ Images: For high res version/s of Two image/s please contact Ceder Brew. Our full range of beers Photo: Henry-Louise Mouton Ceder Brew beers Photo: Marilize Birkenstock CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. Have a look at the online visibility from 12/26/2015 to today for SISTER CRAFTBREWERS FROM THE CEDERBERG SEEK FUNDING FOR LEGAL BATTLE: Google Search Results Bing Search Results Yahoo Search Results DuckDuckGo Search Results Twitter Mentions . . .
Experience the essence of the captivating Paarl Wine Route during the annual Proe Paarl Festival taking place at the landmark Paarl Taal Monument on Saturday and Sunday (28-29 November). Sample some of the region’s award-winning wines with gourmet foods and scintillating live performances. Paarl has become renowned for the region`s world-class wines and authentic tourism experiences. This unique Boland town is the third oldest in the country and entices visitors with its perfect combination of cultural heritage and modern innovation. Local artists and crafters will offer their wares for sale in the retail area, which presents the perfect opportunity to fill your Christmas stocking. A special kids’ entertainment area will keep the young ones busy, while their parents browse or relax with a glass of wine. . The live entertainment line-up includes Adagio, Bootleggers, Peter Van, Andrè & The Swingers as well as Newton. Proe Paarl combines food and wine with arts, culture and music. Relax under the shady trees on the rolling lawns with a glass of wine paired with some gourmet food offerings such fresh oysters and bubbly, breakfast sliders, Mediterranean pastries, chocolate brownies, cheese and charcuterie platters, bread baskets, local delicacies such as biltong and droëwors, sushi and olive platters. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the spectacular scenic beauty of the adjacent Paarl Mountain Nature Reserve and the magnificent views from the top of Paarl Rock during a mountain bike ride and trail run event. The Ride the Vines MTB race offers distances of 10km and 36km starting from 08h00 on Saturday at the Taal Monument. On Sunday, the Run the Vines trail run will takes runners on a 5km leisure route suitable for families or a more challenging 10km route through indigenous fynbos, which will snake through the iconic national monument towards the finish. Tastings and stand open from 11h00. Tickets are available from Computicket at R120 per adult, while . . .
On Monday 16 November 2015 South African history was made when the first soapie to be set and filmed in the Western Cape, Suidooster, went to air on Afrikaans channel kykNET & kie (DStv channel 145). The production has already garnered the support of the entertainment industry including Heart FM, Cape Town’s number one radio station. Heart FM has joined forces with kykNET & kie to launch Suidooster as the radio station supports the development of talent and the knock-on effect the production will create, which is in line with the company’s values. It is anticipated that the new series will contribute to creating more employment opportunities in the television and entertainment industry in South Africa. The production, which features some of South Africa’s top acting talent in the form of Denise Newman, Johan Botha, Cedwyn Joel, Abduraghmaan Adams and Marcel van Heerden to name a few, has already created 65 new sustainable jobs which includes 15 first time actors. On launch day Monday 16 November, Heart FM broadcast the 9 to 12 show with Tracey Lange from the Suidooster film studio in Montague Gardens which created awareness around the production. All of the actors were present on the day and shared with Tracey the journey from the initial idea to produce a local soapie to the excitement of going on air for the first time. Author: Uni Ruiters from Heart 104.9FM. Twitter: https://twitter.com/Heart1049fm Facebook: https://facebook.com/Heart104.9FM Images: For high res version/s of Three image/s please contact Heart 104.9FM. Tracey Lange on set of Suidooster Photo: Johann Botha Tracey Lange and actor Abdu Adams Photo: Johann Botha Tracey Lange and Portia Joel Photo: Johann Botha CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. Have a look at the online visibility from 11/17/2015 to today for Heart FM supports local talent by joining kykNET in launching new soapie Suidooster: Google Search Results Bing Search . . .
On 25 November, The Big Issue will host its final business breakfast for 2015, sponsored by and hosted at The Table Bay Hotel. Under the theme of "women who work", the morning will centre around a panel discussion by a selection of hard working women (see the invitation below for details). Author: Sarah Van Der Ahee from HIPPO Communications. More Info link: http://www.bigissue.org.za/news/come-dine-with-the-big-issue/ Images: For high res version/s of One image/s please contact HIPPO Communications. THE BIG ISSUE BREAKFAST-WOMEN WHO WORK. CLICK HERE to submit your press release to MyPR.co.za. Have a look at the online visibility from 11/18/2015 to today for The Big Issue Breakfast-Women Who Work: Google Search Results Bing Search Results Yahoo Search Results DuckDuckGo Search Results Twitter Mentions . . .