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Wed, 22 Nov 2017
WATCH – Elated crowds flood Harare streets as Robert Mugabe steps down...

The streets of Harare erupted in wild celebration on Tuesday evening with the news that 93-year-old Robert Mugabe has resigned as head of state after 37 years in power.


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Wed, 22 Nov 2017
New device guarantees safety for thousands of partying matrics...

Parents of thousands of matriculants set to descend on Durban for the annual Rage Festival next month should not worry about their safety, organisers say.

This thanks to a new high-tech armband, which will store their personal information, including contact details for parents in case of an emergency.

The festival will take place in Durban, Umhlanga and Ballito, from December 2 to December 9.

That will be few days after the end of their matric exams on November 28.

Howler™ is a platform that is used by event organisers to consolidate event planning, promotion, management and financial control.

Their armband will not only store crucial information but also act as a wallet as part of the “pay with a tap” concept giving patrons cashless access to 100 taxis and an array of restaurants and service providers.

The device will also act as a ticket for matriculants, who are referred to as Ragers.

“Cashless is not new at these festivals, but the fact that these armbands now capture parents’ personal information, which organisers can access easily if there’s a problem, is.

“We want to give mum and dad peace of mind. If something goes wrong, they will know immediately.

“We started testing the concept at Rage 2016, and after a very successful run we decided to roll it out across the entire festival – giving thousands of students a safe and seamless, 100% cashless experience” said Howler chief executive Shai Evian.

The armbands operate through Howler’s radio-frequency identification technology, which uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects.

The tags contain electronically stored information.

When Ragers receive their Howler armbands, their profiles are linked with their pre-purchased Rage passports, and it is during this process that their personal identifying details are synced with their armbands.

Since its inception in 2005, Rage Festival has grown from 500 attendees to more than 30 000 matriculants celebrating the end of their high school years, organisers said.

Organisers believe that the armband will make it “the biggest, safest and most-progressive cashless event in South Africa”.


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Tue, 21 Nov 2017
The top 10 restaurants in SA for 2017 – announced

SA’s top chefs, foodies and media gathered at Grand West’s Grand Arena on Sunday 19 November to witness the announcement of the country’s best restaurants at the Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Awards. An Oscars-style celebration with the theme ‘red carpet glamour’ meant that guests and VIPs really pushed the boat out.

This will be the first year that Eat Out have chosen to keep the judges anonymous.

The top 10 restaurants for 2017 are…  The Test Kitchen, Woodstock Restaurant Mosaic at The Orient, Elandsfontein The Restaurant at Waterkloof, Stellenbosch Chefs Warehouse at Beau Constantia, Constantia Greenhouse at Cellars-Hohenhort, Constantia  Camphors at Vergelegen, Somerset West La Colombe, Constantia Nek The Shortmarket Club, Cape Town CBD Overture, Stellenbosch The Pot Luck Club, Woodstock

Other awards

San Pellegrino Chef Of The Year  – Liam Tomlin of Chefs Warehouseand Thali The Retail Capital SA best new restaurant of the year – La Petite Colombe Rising Star Award – Kayla Anne Osborne from Chefs Tablein Durban Eat Out Lannice Snyman Lifetime Achievement Award – Letitia Prinsloo Style Award – Fermier Restaurant, The Willows Taste Magazine Bursary – Brian Malotshwa John Psillos Outstanding Contribution to Service – La Petite Colombe(read our review here). Wine Service Award – Moses Magwaza from Restaurant Mosaicat The Orient, Elandsfontein Eat Out Woolworths Sustainability Award – Camphors at Vergelegen, Somerset West Eat Out Graham Beck Chefs’ Chef Award – Kobus van der Merwe

 A reminder that if you plan to experience these restaurants, we HIGHLY suggest you make a reservation as soon as you possibly can!


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