On my way
By Naushad Khan
Take a trip around the city with me as I take a gander at some of the most exciting events currently on, as well as what’s on the immediate horizon.
Eggsperience the Joy
Cadbury Dairy Milk has announced the launch of a special limited-edition Peter Rabbit Milk Chocolate Egg with Astros inside. This mouth-watering offering promises to delight consumers this Easter.
The latest product offering will roll out with its recently launched television commercial, that sees a floppy-eared Cadbury Dairy Milk Easter bunny off on a mission to deliver joy to the nation. In addition, the campaign will celebrate a partnership with Sony Pictures – which will see the beloved Beatrix Potter storybook character Peter Rabbit making the jump onto the big screen, with the movie set to launch in cinemas nationwide on March 29.
“There are certain treats that we just can’t help but think about when specific holidays come around, and eggs are synonymous with this chocolate-fuelled season. Our new and exciting TVC is a visually appealing reminder of this special occasion. We cannot wait to see it hitting screens, as we hope to make Easter an even more joyful one this year,” Cadbury states in the press release surrounding the product.
The Peter Rabbit egg is available in participating retail stores at a recommended retail price (RSP) of R39.99 each.
We have some special hampers to give away. To enter email the name of the movie that inspired Cadbury’s to create the above egg. Email your answer to email@example.com by Monday 26 March 2018. Winners will be emailed directly.
Easter breakfast buffet feast
Spoil your loved ones this Easter to a breakfast buffet at the luxurious Bantry Bay Suite Hotel, situated in Cape Town. The Boutique Hotel is an idyllic spot for guests and members to indulge in a feast together, as a family.
The buffet will be served from 6.30am to 10.30am on Sunday, April 1. Expect to be treated with all your favorite breakfast items, such as smoked salmon rosettes and capers, homemade muesli and other assorted cereals, platters of cheese and fruit. A traditional English breakfast is also available with your eggs prepared according to your preference. Be sure to leave some space though, as the morning spread will be followed by mini plates of chocolate delights and pastries along with Mocha Coffee served from 11am onwards. This mouth-watering feast will only cost R165 per person.
For more information and to book your Breakfast Buffet Feast visit, visit bantrybaysuitehotel.com; or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last months to ride at Ratanga
Ratanga Junction theme park, the Wildest Place in Africa, will close its doors on May 1 to make way for a new mixed use development. But until then Ratanga will be running a special programme to assist you in not missing the last months to ride.
Ratanga will be open for Super Saturdays until the end of March and then daily for the school holidays from March 28 until April 9.
It will also be open for weekends of April 14 & 15, and also 21 & 22, with its final operating period running daily from April 27 to May 1.
Meanwhile share your nostalgic memories of Ratanga Junction and stand a chance to win big prizes.
Dig out those old videos, photos or stories and drop them off at Ratanga clearly marked Ratanga Remembrances with your contact details, or email them to email@example.com.
You can also post them on Ratanga’s facebook page.
Prizes will be awarded for Best Stories/Memories at The Wildest Place in Africa; the best uploaded photos and best uploaded videos as well as the individual that shares the facebook post on Ratanga Remembrances the most.
The competition closes on March 31.
Celebrating women’s rugby in Langa
The annual Score Easter Rugby Tournament, the highlight on the club rugby calendar with Score Energy Drink as title sponsor for the second consecutive year, is not only a celebration of rugby, but also the empowerment of women. This year’s tournament kicks off at Langa Sports Grounds, the home turf of the Busy Bee Rugby Football Club on Friday, March 30.
Marking the hosting club’s 95th anniversary, the Score Busy Bee Easter Rugby Tournament has attracted 36 teams from all over South Africa comprising senior men’s, youth and women’s rugby.
Established in 1923, the Busy Bee Rugby Football Club was formed with the purpose of engaging the youth in the game of rugby as a means of taking them away from the streets, drugs and criminal activities. Women’s rugby was introduced to the club in 2010 to share in the unity through sport and social upliftment. Today the club boasts 75 female players, and has seen numerous Springbok, Super League and Western Province Craven week players come through its ranks.
For more information, call 0739097476 or 0738462608; or send an email to AlfredMsutu.Kewana@capetown.gov.za.
Long weekend in the Winelands
This Easter, escape the city for a proper break to the Cape Winelands: great food and wine; fresh farm air; exploring and Easter egg hunts – Spier has it all covered. Not only do you save 20% off a three-night stay, there is also plenty activities to make the most of your stay.
Save 20% off your three-night stay at Spier Hotel, from R2200 per room per night. The kids? If they are under 12 they stay free. T&Cs apply. Book at www.spier.co.za.
Whether it’s a spit braai dinner, a lazy brunch or a decadent picnic, Spier has your Easter feasting covered.
On Saturday, March 31, from 6.30pm, at Spier Hotel Restaurant, enjoy hearty dishes from a harvest table buffet, alongside a spit braai while you’re treated to live entertainment.
Price: R350 – adults, R200 – kids. Bookings:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrate Easter Sunday with your loved ones in the Old Wine Cellar Courtyard. From 12.30pm onwards, tuck into the meat carvery accompanied by fresh, seasonal, farm-to-table sides.
Price: R395 – adults,R200 – kids (includes Easter Egg hunt)
After lunch, meet at the Slave Bell at 2.30pm and help the kids hunt for Easter eggs. (Visit www.spier.co.za for details.)
A table with a view of the Bay
The 41, a recently launched premium restaurant based on the Camps Bay strip, offers vistas of the white sandy beach and ocean. With an extensive, multifaceted menu, the restaurant offers a diverse culinary experience. The chic, minimalist setting with dark hues and illustrious Mumm Champagne bar fountain creates an atmosphere of understated opulence.
French restaurateurs, hoteliers and owners of The 41, Gilles Blanc and partner Nicholas Da Costa, have fronted a number of eminent establishments across the globe from Singapore and Laos to Australia. “Cape Town emanates a relaxed and laid-back ambience, with exquisite scenic elements and a strong foodie culture,” explains owner, Gilles Blanc. “This inspired us to open our restaurant in Camps Bay – serving the freshest, finest quality local produce with an international flair.”
The 41 kitchen, spearheaded by Chef Aristotle, offers a carefully curated contemporary Mediterranean cuisine. Signature staples include seafood, sushi, burgers and pizzas. Three unique dishes are added to the menu each day offering guests with an adventurous palate a unique and creative dining experience.
For bookings in advance, email email@example.com or call 021 437 0558.