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Issue 21 Vol 13
18 OCT - 2 Nov 2016
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If you are depressed, you are living in the past. If you are anxious, you are living in the future. If you are at peace, you are living in the present. Lao Tzu I came across this quote recently and although there is some doubt as to its real origin, it made me stop for a moment to consider the message. I have become increasingly aware of the passage of time recently and I really do not know where the past ten years have gone. The next ten will probably go just as quickly, and if I am still breathing, I hope that I will be able to look back and smile at how things have panned out. By then, Jacob Zuma will have been confined to a cursory chapter in our history along with most of the other dramatis personae in the dreadful soapie that is currently playing in the theatre of life. I would imagine that the world as we know it will be a very different place. We will have seen some interesting developments on the North Coast and you really won’t recognise most of what we take for granted here right now. Some of the changes will undoubtedly be good for Brand Ballito, strengthening the local economy and adding value to our shared experience. But on the other hand…there will be some challenges going forward. Local events will to some degree be eclipsed by issues on a larger scale. If we continue on the present trajectory, there probably won’t be any free roaming rhino left to worry about, the Great White shark will have gone extinct and we will probably be running seriously short of fresh water. Global warming will continue to wreak havoc on weather patterns and there will most likely be an escalation of armed conflict across the planet. So…are you feeling anxious yet? No, well if our current rate of inflation is anything to go by, unless you have a serious bank balance or are earning a significant salary, you probably won’t be braaing much by 2026 because the price of beef steak will be in the region of R350 per kg and that’s a fairly conservative estimate. It’s just an indicator, and the projected cost of things like private education, health care, security and other necessities for the comfortable middle class, will be making things decidedly uncomfortable. But let’s not go down that rabbit hole… and let’s not look back either because I would hate to depress you.
So let’s look at where we are right now. Ballito is growing. Statistically one family moves into the area every day adding to the local economy and building the community. We have convenience on our doorstep – just minutes away from good healthcare, schools, shopping centres, restaurants and banking facilities. Cinemas are currently under construction adding to the mix. The sea and beaches are magnificent. There is easy access to action and adventure for those who love cycling, hiking, fishing, kayaking, motorcycling and plenty of wide open spaces to enjoy. We are close to the attractions of the mountains and the magic of wild reserves where the big five and countless lesser creatures roam free. We have our own radio station that plays the best music on the planet and we have Life & Style bringing you the latest in what’s hot and happening every fortnight. So, enjoy living with us in the present and you will never be anxious or depressed again! Welcome to another issue of Life & Style also online at www.lifeandstyle.fm
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IN PRINT,ON AIR
From “FOR SALE” to “SOLD”
What happens after you have signed the Offer to Purchase?
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“ For a man’s house is his castle, and each man’s home is his safest refuge” - Edward Coke 1628
any things have changed since the year 1628, but I think we can all agree with the sentiment implied by this saying. In those ‘good old days’ a handshake often clinched the transaction, but today’s legislation can seem complicated and prolonged to both Buyers and Sellers once they have signed an Offer to Purchase.
HERE IS THE SIMPLIFIED VERSION OF THE CONVEYANCING PROCESS: (NB. There are many variables to these steps as each property transfer registration is unique) 1.An Agreement of Sale (Offer to Purchase) is signed by both the Buyer and the Seller and becomes a legally binding contract. 2. Private Individuals require the following FICA documents : Identity Document/Passport Current Proof of residential address Income Tax Reference on a SARS document Marriage certificate and Antenuptial Contract (Where one of the parties are part of a Company/ Trust or Close Corporation further documents will be required which I will not elaborate on here, as the conveyancer or estate agent will request) 3. The nominated Conveyancer receives the instruction to proceed with the transfer and calls for the Title Deed of the property. 4. Where there is a bond over the property, the conveyancing attorney finds out the amount required to settle the full bond, and the bank instructs an attorney to attend to the cancellation of the bond. 5. For a new bond (where the Buyer requires a bond to purchase), an attorney is instructed by the bank to register a new bond over the property once it is transferred. 6. The Buyer pays the deposit (if any) as well as the transfer and all other costs (as per a Pro Forma account) to the Conveyancer. 7. The conveyancer drafts the transfer documents once the full purchase price is secured and/or the bond is approved. 8. Both the Buyer and the Seller are called to sign the transfer documents 9. All guarantees and the balance of the purchase price are called for from
the bank who granted the Buyer the bond. 10. The conveyancer applies for the rates certificates, transfer duty receipt and levy clearance certificates. 11. The conveyancer issues a guarantee to the existing bond holder to settle the Sellers bond. The Seller signs a consent form to cancel his existing bond. 12. The Seller provides the conveyancer with the required certificates for: electrical, woodborer, electrical fence and gas compliance. Here Harcourts Dolphin Coast assists all our sellers by overseeing the issuing of such certificates. 13. The conveyancer pays the municipal rates and levies as well as the transfer duty, which were included in the Pro Forma account paid by the Buyer. 14. Once all the required bond documents, transfer documents and bond cancellation documents have been received, all the conveyancers collaborate and the completed file is handed over to lodging agents (more attorneys) for lodgement in the Deeds office. 15. Between seven to fourteen working days can pass before the final registration of transfer is completed. 16. The final accounting is done, loans are settled, costs paid and the proceeds of the sale is paid over to the seller. Only then can the Buyer take ownership of the property and ‘pop’ the champagne to celebrate. There are many variables to these steps and each transfer registration differs from the other. At Harcourts Dolphin Coast we are proud to have the services of skilled and experienced agents and administrators to help our Buyers and Sellers through this complicated and lengthy process, working with professional and efficient conveyancing firms. Let Harcourts Dolphin Coast take charge of your property from” FOR SALE to SOLD” with as little stress as possible to you. Call us to sell your property, or to purchase your dream home: 032 946 2331 Property is our Business but People our Passion. Have you considered a career in Real Estate? Mail you CV to : email@example.com
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FRAICHE – offers a wonderful menu of skin treatments , deluxe pedicures and manicures, waxing and massage therapy and she also offers effortlessly natural spray tans. Her motto – LOVE YOUR SKIN says it all . She is a formal stockist of the renown DERMALOGICA product range and offers professional advice in the use and benefits of these products. All her nail treatments are done with two world recognised product ranges - CND SHELLAC and CHINA GLAZE incorporating a wide variety of exciting colours, to match your mood or compliment an occasion. The Salon has been restyled to incorporate a trendy but relaxed atmosphere and one comes away from the salon feeling truly pampered, having enjoyed a memorable experience. Nicole studied at the Sandy Roy Beauty Therapy institute in Cape Town where she came top of her grade in her final year. She qualified with three internationally recognised Diplomas. ITEC – CIDESCO - SAASHP Nicole along with her assistants Wendy and Fortunate invite you to come and indulge yourself in a wonderful melody of treatments in an ambience that truly reaches the soul and enhances one’s well - being. Trading hours are: Tuesday to Friday – 8.00 am to 5.00 pm Saturdays – 8.00 am to 2.00 pm Address: Unit 32, The Quarter, Cnr of Stewart and Nandi Ntembu Drive , Ballito. Tel: 032 586 3945 Cell: 082 567 3152 firstname.lastname@example.org
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HONEY, I FIXED THE AIRPODS!
ou know, you’d expect Apple of all companies to design something with foresight. The Airpods became a meme on the internet for being by far the most functionally inferior products to leave the Apple headquarters. Headphones without wires? It didn’t take the smartest of us to think, what if they fell off? Even one of the Airpods going missing would render the $150 product useless. Spigen came to the rescue
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and 94% for Accounting. Emma Perkins, Rachel Sarafidis(2nd), Gemma Poretti (3rd), Benjamin Habig(4th) and Natasha Henning(5th), were examinations, and after awarded Academic Honours celebrating their last for an average of 80%. and official school day on above. Eight students Thursday, 15 October, achieved Full Colours for Ashton matariculants had academics for an average of their Valedictory function between 75 and 79%. on Friday 16 October. In addition to celebrating The matriculants have a the excellence in academics, busy time ahead as they excellence in sport and prepare for their final IEB culture was also recognised. examinations, whilst the Regan Sharp was awarded Cambridge students started the Sportsman of the Year their finals on 3 October, trophy and Danelle van both on AS and A Levels. der Linde was awarded the Rachel Sarafidis - IEB Proxime Sportswoman of the Year. “The 2016 matric students Accessit for 2016 While Ashton’s sport has produced an outstanding grown in leaps and bounds, set of results following their trial cultural activities have not taken examinations and we are looking a back seat, and Hilton Henstock forward to excellent results all was awarded the Monique round,” said Mr Joe Erasmus, Venter Trophy for contributing Executive Head. “Our students towards the continuous growth have been well prepared for this of Culture at the school and the last part of the journey, and our contribution to growth in Music dedicated and committed teaching was awarded to Kaitlyn Baird. staff are commended,” he added. The Good-fellowship Award, as “I am extremely proud of this voted for by the matric students year’s prize giving results, which for the matric student who was a is a combination of their matric role model to his peers and being trial examinations and their a leader, and always upheld continuous assessment mark,” Ashton’s name, was awarded said Mrs Jenny van Buuren, to Mfundo Mazibuko. The All Deputy Head/Academic Head of Danelle van der Linde - Souls’ Award for consistent Sportswoman of the Year service to the School, in the the Senior College At the Valedictory Awards classroom and in all other areas function held on Friday in the Grace Hall, of school life was awarded to Head Boy, Erik Donovan Delamere clinched the outstanding van Moerkerken. Achiever Award for Cambridge AS Level, Ashton International College offers Dylan Louw was the Cambridge A Level students the Best of Both Worlds, with the DUX with Laneise Naidoo being the Proxime Cambridge International Examinations Accessit. On the IEB curricula, Emma and the Independent Education Board Perkins clinched the 2016 DUX award with Examinations curricula being offered on 7 distinctions and an average of 88, 93%, the Ballito campus. The results of the IEB beating Rachel Sarafidis – Proxime Accessit Matric examinations will be released on 30 by a very small margin (88, 40%). Emma also December 2016, and the Cambridge results clinched the Outstanding Achievement award are expected on 10 January 2017. boasting an average of 96% for Mathematics
CAID PONTUS he annual rAge Expo is a weekend of wonder, especially attractive to the tech junkies like me.
I was lucky enough to gain media accreditation, and allow my inner geek to fly.
Entering the Ticketpro Dome, my ears were soon ringing from the buzz inside. When I say the dome was filled to the brim, it really was. They had to limit ticket distribution because of health and safety issues. "19,411 square metres of floor space, 124 exhibitors and 34,693 visitors aren’t the only things that made rAge 2016 the best one yet. With more than 11 locally developed games on display in the dedicated home- coded area, the very latest (including unreleased) games and tech, a brand-new section of floor space dedicated solely to the flea market stands, Artists Alley and cosplay stage area, and over R2.2 million in cash and prizes given away at the four eSports events, rAge 2016 was steaming hot!" When your ears had acclimatised to the noise you literally had to push and shove to get from one end of the dome to the other, but it is all so worth it. I was soon overwhelmed by all of the attractions and stalls selling what you have waited all year to buy. They had a Playstation 4 lounge, where you could try out their VR (Virtual Reality) Headsets. I have to admit, after taking off the headset, it took a while to reset to normal ... Thankfully, I could retreat to the Press Lounge, where the food, drinks, and Wi-Fi beckoned. All those involved in the set-up of rAge really outdid themselves this year and I would love to give them a standing ovation. The cosplay this year was on point! People really put their all into their costumes, and it showed. I was very aware of the time and dedication it must have taken to pull off the desired look. Overall it was an amazing weekend and I can’t wait for the next one. Dates for rAge Expo next year are the 6-8 of October, for more information visit www.rageexpo.co.za.
18 October - 2 November 2016
Ashton Matric Students Honoured At Valedictory
RAGE EXPO - WHAT A BLAST!
ith a few days before commencing their final
IN PRINT,ON AIR
Taxed to Death
SHAUN LATTER - PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT
O once again we find ourselves at the business end of proposed tax changes aimed at taxing the wealthy.
Back in July 2013, our much maligned Minister of Finance Mr Pravin Gordhan sanctioned the formation of the Davis Tax Committee (DTC) in order to “to assess our tax policy framework and its role in supporting the objectives of inclusive growth, employment, development and fiscal sustainability.” The second interim report has recently been published by that committee, the contents of which could have significant implications on Estate Duty, Capital Gains Tax, and Donations Tax for taxpayers, especially for married couples. So what’s all the fuss about? Currently, upon death, you may bequeath assets to your spouse free of any Estate Duty. The DTC recommends the removal of this provision. To counter this negative impact, they are proposing an increased abatement of R15 million. That is, you don’t pay Estate Duty on amounts less than that. Currently, Estate Duty is levied at 20%, but the committee has recommended increasing this rate to 25% for estates worth more than R30 million. A very common way of reducing ones tax liability is to donate assets to a spouse because according to the Income Tax Act, no donations tax is liable. As you may have guessed, the DTC recommended repealing this as well, with the exception of donations for family maintenance, vehicles, jewellery, and personal artefacts (subject to a limit!). This inevitably could result in a greater tax liability for most married couples. “Fine”, you say, “I’ll donate everything to my trust”. Not so fast. The DTC has
made a slew of recommendations that will result in any Trust Loan accounts being subject to compulsory interest rates as well as taxation on that interest, as it will be deemed part of your Estate. Currently the tax rate for Trusts is 40%. Much like the love you have for your spouse, taxes will never go away. It depends on the notion that the recommendations by the DTC are made with the noble intention of making sure we all pay our fair share. More often than not, however, this means paying a higher amount. However, the great thing about these recommendations is that they are generally only put into action in the beginning of a tax year (Mar-Feb). This provides the prudent with an opportunity to organise their estate in anticipation of any changes to legislation, should the legislation change. The key should be to adopt a position now that is beneficial regardless of the potential amendments. That opportunity has arrived. Overcommitting to ‘pre-legislation’ or ‘post-legislation’ scenarios could be detrimental to your estate and it is crucial to achieve the right balance. Plan carefully.
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SEWAGE SPILL WILLARD BEACH
N Monday, 3 October 2016, the sewer network in the vicinity of Willard Beach in Ballito was damaged owing to high tides.
As this is an environmentally sensitive area we reported same to the respective government department to seek their permission to excavate and utilise machinery on the beach. We were initially denied this request, were instructed to await their inspection before we could proceed with any remedial work and requested to reduce the sewer spill by utilising a honey sucker. On the morning of the 4th of October 2016, we engaged the service of a contractor to commence with the removal of sand from the sump of our Willard Beach Sewer Pump Station and also engaged a second contractor to effect some temporary repairs to the damaged sewer network. We further have engaged Bosch Projects to assist and advise us on designs for the reinstatement of the infrastructure. It was only after 5pm on the 4th of October 2016 that we received verbal authorisation for us to commence with the repair to the infrastructure. The repair work will be conducted in 2 phases, firstly a temporary solution and thereafter the permanent solution to be implemented. We are hopeful that the temporary solution can be operational by no later than 11 October 2016, as our staff and contractors are only able to safely work during the low tide period. The permanent repair will require detailed designs and approvals from the relevant authorities and we cannot estimate the timeframes for this at present. Sembcorp Siza Water regrets any inconvenience that this unfortunate and uncontrollable incident may have caused to holiday makers and ask that they refrain from visiting Willard Beach and utilise any of the other Beaches in Ballito for their own health and safety.
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18 October - 2 November 2016
SA National Culinary Team Chef creates recipe for Tsogo Sun Amashova Cycle Race
n keeping with the eating habits of dedicated athletes – which is exactly what an Olympic chef is -, South African National Culinary Team chef, Blake Anderson has developed two cyclist-friendly recipes which are packed with energy for cyclists taking part in the 30th Tsogo Sun Amashova Cycle Race.
As one of South Africa’s biggest cycle tours, the race takes place on Sunday, 16 October starting at Pietermaritzburg City Hall, winding to Durban through spectacular scenery, and ending at Masabalala Yengwa Avenue; followed by the prize-giving at Suncoast. The main Tsogo Sun Amashova race is 106km long, with two shorter ‘fun ride’ options - oneof 35km which starts at Hillcrest and ends at Suncoast, and another 65km half challenge, which starts at Cato Ridge and ends at Suncoast.. These recipes devised by Blake Anderson – who is also the complex chef at Montecasino - are filled with fresh, green vegetables packed with essentials minerals that cyclists will need.
BLUE CHIP HAND ROLL Ingredients • 1 nori sheet • 45g cooked sushi rice • 10g langedouc French cheese • 10g avocado, sliced • 1 skewered prawn tail, de-veined and shell removed • 10g Cajun spice • 5g butter • 10g Japanese mayonnaise • 1 tsp mixed and toasted sesame seeds Method • Slice langedouc cheese and set aside • Slice fresh avocado, set aside • Pan fry prawn tail in butter and Cajun spices, set aside once cooked to cool • Place nori sheet on sushi mat, place rice in centre and spread length wise on sheet • Place cheese, avocado and prawn tail in the corner of the roll. Add mayonnaise and sprinkle with sesame seeds • Roll nori to make a cone, using 1 grain of rice to close off the sushi and squeeze to close • Serve with wasabi paste, pickled ginger and soy sauce
VEGETABLE PATCH Ingredients • 20ml truffle oil • 100g cauliflower head • 100ml milk • 1 garlic clove • 2 sprigs fresh thyme • 30g exotic mushrooms – Enoki, Shemeiji • 10g salted butter • 80g beetroot, peeled • 10ml olive oil • 45g white wine vinegar • 45g water • 60g white sugar • 30g caster sugar • ¼ tsp black peppercorns • ¼ tsp fennel seeds • 1 bay leaf • 10g micro herbs • 4 baby radishes, washed and cleaned,greens still attached • 4 baby carrots, washed and cleaned, greens still attached Method • Preheat oven to 180 degrees C Cauliflower puree: In a medium sized sauce pan, boil cauliflower, milk, garlic and thyme till cauliflower is soft.Remove from heat, drain off milk and keep milk
aside. Transfer cauliflower to a blender and blend till smooth, add milk slowly to mixture to create a smooth puree. Add truffle oil and salt and pepper to taste. Set aside to cool. • Peel beetroot, keep skins and place in a warm and dry place to dry out. • Taking half the beetroot, peel thin slices and set aside. Sprinkle with caster sugar and place in a warm and dry place to dry out. • Cut the remainder of the beetroot into small cubes. Place in a roasting tray with olive oil and roast till soft. Remove from oven and set aside to cool. • Drop oven temperature to 50 degrees C. Place beetroot skins and beetroot slices in the oven to dry out. Remove once dried. • Pickling liquid: In a medium sized pot, combine, vinegar, water, sugar, fennel seeds, bay leaf and black peppercorns. Bring to the boil and cook for 10 minutes. Remove from heat and set aside to cool. • Cut baby radish in half. Cut baby carrots in half lengthways. Place vegetable in pickling liquid. • In a medium sized sauce pan, sauté mushrooms in butter. Add salt and pepper to taste. Set aside. • Remove dried beetroot skins and beetroot slices. • Place beetroot skins in a blender and blend till a fine dust is created. • To assemble: place cauliflower puree on base in a long line. Along the line place carrots, radish and fried mushrooms. Sprinkle with beetroot dust and garnish with beetroot crisps and micro herbs.
o, the talk of the town Events management agency in Ballito has finally allowed me some time to see what makes this amazingly creative and enthusiastic team tick.
Unplugged Productions, an Event management company based in the heart of Ballito have recently expanded their operations and creative team to answer the high demand of events, corporate functions, Year-end functions and product launches in and around Ballito. Upon arrival I was met by a very hip looking gentlemen waring Slops, a short, a T-Shirt and a funky hat, slightly backwards I must add. Asking him if I may speak to the owner and Director, his answer was simply, sure, that would be me. Introducing me to his Creative Director, Media and
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WHY ARTIFICIAL LAWN IS A GOOD IDEA
HERE is now, more than ever, a growing awareness of how effective the repurposing of old furniture and accent pieces can be. Not only can this be an extremely cost effective way of redecorating, but it also creates an opportunity to personalise a look and feel to suit your style and taste.
Candice Wraith is the owner of Vintage Finishes Paint Techniques and Interiors, a company that specialises in giving new life to old things. They use professional paint techniques to turn old, worn out furniture into statement pieces that fit into today's contemporary look while still keeping the authenticity and character. By applying unique paint techniques they bring them up to date with a fresh new look so that they can be used in your home for many years to come. They also paint cupboards of every description - kitchen cupboards, built in units, bathroom cupboards and vanities…you’ll be amazed at how stunning the results can be. Vintage Finishes also collects and
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Artificial lawn is not affected by pool chemicals, it does not require watering, needs no fertilizer, and never needs mowing! There might have been a few snickers when I first installed artificial turf in my back garden in 2008, but since that time I have used artificial turf to fill in borders around the swimming pool, and even installed artificial turf on my pavement. Now my neighbours see for themselves the benefits of looking at alternative options to a grassed lawn. The original premise for installing artificial turf in the back garden was to allow for the fact that, due to the tall trees there wasn’t enough sunshine for any type of grass to grow. The lawn was always filled with bare patches and my dogs left yellow patches on whatever grass was left. It was an eyesore. Having already spent a small fortune on re-planting different varieties of grass I realised it was time to look at alternatives, and Duraturf was one of those alternatives. Duraturf artificial grass can be professionally installed in different varieties, but you will also find a small selection of artificial grass at your local Builders if you plan to install as a do-it-yourself project. The original artificial lawn was installed in 2008 and continues to provide a lush, green carpet all year round. Did you know that in a one hour period a petrol lawnmower generates as much greenhouse gas emissions as up to 11 motor cars and watering a lawn uses over 50% of residential water
consumption during the hot summer months. [qz. com]Artificial grass is no longer a tacky alternative to the real thing. It might not smell like grass, but today’s artificial grass is manufactured to look and feel as close as possible like the genuine article - without the maintenance. I’m not embarrassed to say that I have artificial grass installed in my garden. Quite the opposite. I love the fact that my garden is green all year round, I don’t ever have to drag out a lawnmower and I only need to water a few plants and shrubs occasionally if rain hasn’t been forthcoming for a while. Artificial grass is not the only option if you want to replace your lawn. Hardscaping and Xeriscape, as well as planting indigenous ground covers and succulents is another way to create a beautiful garden that is droughttolerant and low maintenance. According to Popular Mechanics, lowmaintenance, indigenous plants are a good idea for keeping your garden looking good all year round with minimum effort. Then there’s the paving option, with all kinds of gravel, stone and wood features you can incorporate for a colourful, interesting garden. Or why not set up your own vegetable garden: It negates some of the water and time savings, but it will provide garden fresh fare for your family and reduce your ecological footprint at the same time. You’d be surprised at just how much you can grow - even on a small section. It’s worth considering if drought isn’t a problem where you are.
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Spring is the perfect opportunity to take the time to give your garden tools a good clean. Tools are expensive, and if you don’t look after them they will become covered in rust, or blunt.
Garden forks, spades and other garden tools soon become damaged by rust if not properly
easy to convert rust if you use a product such as Alcolin Rust Conveter, available at your local hardware store. The first step is to brush the rust with a steel brush to loosen the surface. Then liberally slather
look after. Rust will very quickly eat away the steel and blunt your tools. It’s on the rust converter with a paintbrush. Make sure to completely cover all the rust. Leave for 6 to 8 hours and then neutralise with water. Thoroughly dry afterwards.
Garden trimmers and pruning shears are expensive to replace, which is why it is important to look after them. When these tools do get rusty, removing the rust immediately will ensure that blades can be sharpened and the tools restored for use. It only takes one day of minimal effort to remove rust and sharpen garden tools and have them ready for summer. Grab a jar of Alcolin Rust Converter, some steel wool - or a Dremel MultiTool and grinding stone. Apply the rust converter according to the instructions on the jar. Leave from 6 to 8 hours (or overnight) and then neutralise the rust with fresh water. Have some steel wool handy to rub down afterwards and then use a Dremel MultiTool and grinding stone to sharpen the cutting edges.
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Peugeot gets the Lion’s share •Peugeot 208 wins it’s segment in latest Kinsey Report •Peugeot 208 beats perception of expensive parts pricing •Podium Finish in Parts Pricing Peugeot has continued its good form in the Kinsey Report, the talented 208 once again playing the starring role for the French brand. In results just released, the popular B-segment hatchback finished at the front of a tough field of superminis, the record showing that a basket of parts for the 208 1.2 Active cost less than the same selection of parts for similar cars. “As Peugeot’s mainstream car and volume seller the strong results since it was introduced to SA are particularly heartening and is a reflection on
how hard the brand has worked to overcome the perception that Brand’s parts pricing is out of line,” commented Francis Harnie, Managing Director of PCSA. “We take the long-term ownership experience very seriously indeed and one of the biggest factors in this regard is insurance premiums – which are influenced strongly by the price of accident repair parts.” In this regard the 208 is particularly impressive and was comfortably ahead of the opposition in the ‘crash’ parts category. In fact, if you were to have a front-end bumper bashing the 208 is the car to do it in: front fenders and radiator are the most affordable in this segment, while items like the bonnet and headlights are extremely competitively priced. “Parts prices are critically important and while we were forced to revise prices in May, we welcome the fact that the Kinsey Report confirms we still enjoy an advantage with the 208, in a segment which is arguably the most important in the market. We are happy that our efforts to keep increases to
. And something new stunned the motorcycling world. Radical thinking from Honda focused on the ratio between power and weight and the CBR900RR Fireblade arrived fully formed at the perfect balance point between the two.
Physically smaller and much more agile than the larger capacity competition, its four-cylinder engine also packed real punch. The Fireblade reset expectations of just what an open-class sports bike should be, and what it could do in an era when outright horsepower and straight-line speed had long held centre stage. Over the following 25 years the Fireblade has seen many changes and been through many evolutions – each underpinned by the concept of Total Control. Each generation has built on the legacy of the original Fireblade, providing a superbly balanced package that works incredibly well on track
FIREBLADE SP and, even more importantly, is both exhilarating and uniquely rewarding to ride out on the open road. The fact the Fireblade is so good when actually raced on real roads – at the Isle of Man TT, for instance, where it is the most successful 1000cc machine ever with 23 wins to its name – is testament to its speed, handling and ability to perform in the most testing and extreme of ‘real world’ conditions. 2017, and the 25th anniversary of the Fireblade sees the introduction of a new CBR1000RR Fireblade SP. Honda’s engineers have remained true to the first principles of the original project – power to weight – with the focus on cornering, acceleration and braking. Thus the 17YM Fireblade SP is significantly lighter than the outgoing model, makes more power and is fully loaded with a cutting edge electronics package that underpins the project’s development concept of Next Stage Total Control. It is everything that a Fireblade should be, and more.
a minimum showed the desired results, something we achieved by making use of our international network and fine-tuning each step of the process that leads to those items being on the shelf in a dealer’s parts department – irrespective of the Peugeot model in question. We will most certainly break down the detailed information provided by the extensive Kinsey Report and compare pricing with our competitors and further improve pricing where possible. This will be a continued process on our part.” concluded Harnie. With affordable parts, a frugal appetite for fuel and a keen selling price, the 208 is a solid choice for those who need a small car with the heart of a Lion.
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he Toyota Avanza has come a long way since its initial introduction as a comfortable and affordable multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) that moved many people from one place to another. The Avanza has - over the years - evolved into a more sophisticated MPV that boasts a lot passenger-like qualities. Toyota South Africa has now added Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) - including Brake Assist System and Traction Control - as a standard safety feature on all Avanza models. Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) is standard across the range. The latest safety enhancements come exactly a year after the addition of Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD), three-point centre seatbelt, driver and passenger airbags, ISOFIX restraint points and centre headrests for the second seating row. The interior of the current generation Avanza feels more like a passenger car compared to its predecessor. The instrument panel has been lowered crearing improved driver visibility and a centrally located cluster. Occupant luggage space was also addressed and all three rows have ample legroom and kneeroom. The extra space was created by adjusting the shape and placement of the seatbacks and door trim. There is also a revised instrument cluster, adopting striking amber hued inserts, a silver outer bezel and white night-time illumination for greater
visibility and user friendliness. All models have an Eco indicator to provide feedback to the driver on economical driving - thereby contributing to even better fuel economy. Despite these improvements, the Avanza has always maintained its status as a value for money proposition. While sales in the MPV segment have reduced significantly over the years locally, the popularity of the Avanza has not waned. In fact, average monthly sales are at a laudable 400 units. The Avanza range offers customers three grades to choose . The SX grade brings touches of added comfort and style with colour-coded exterior mirrors with power operation, a refreshing air-conditioner system and vanity mirror for the front passenger. Forming the flagship of the Avanza range is the TX grade, which is equipped with sporty ‘switchblade’ 15 inch alloy wheels and adorned with chrome treatment on the front ‘brow’. A rear mounted roof spoiler adds a stylish touch to the profile. Providing the in-car entertainment for family road trips is a 4-speaker audio system with USB input for added convenience. A multi-information display provides feedback on various elements to the driver. Lastly, the 1.3-litre Panel Van remains part of the line-up, providing a perfect utility vehicle with great manoeuvrability, fuel efficiency and a cavernous cargo area. PRICING From R219 100 to R277 100
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awson Properties Ballito took to the streets and turned heads on Friday 14 October when they hosted their 2nd annual drive though town: the Rawson roadshow saw 45 yellow-andblack branded vehicles touring the roads of the Dolphin Coast as a show of strength and a celebration of the growth the Rawson brand has experienced on the North Coast. While claiming their territory, the cars made a stop past the Rawson Properties Ballito office before ending up at Karibu for a seriously competitive potjie-cooking competition… Keep an eye out for the yellow-andblack cars around town, and if you’re looking to buy or sell property in Ballito (and maybe pick up a winning potjie recipe), chat to the folks Rawson Properties Ballito.
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scape to the KZN Midlands for Pecanwood Oktoberfest from 29 - 30 October for the perfect ‘get out of the city’ event, situated only one hour from Durban and 15 minutes from Pietermaritzburg.
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A showcase of exciting works by Lorna Panzenbock, Allan Kupeta and Pat Murdoch Lorna Panzenbock paints in all media but prefers watercolours and oils and paints subject that are readily available on every corner. Landscapes, seascapes, bird life, street scenes, flowers and abstracts etc., all of which are exaggerated to give the best dramatic effect of light and shade. Photos and sketches are relied on to compose a painting. Drawing people in restaurants, coffee shops and parks are a must and every opportunity is used to the fullest. Nude drawing from life is also a favourite. Lorna has done 23 consecutive years at the Pietermaritzburg Art in the Park and has been represented by various galleries in the KZN area. She has recently returned to South Africa after living in Vienna Austria for two years. Lorna has exhibited successfully internationally and is delighted to be featured at The Green Gallery Exhibition. Allan Kupeta was born in Zimbabwe 1979 where he completed his schooling with an O level pass and then went to the Bat school of Art completing his art studies in 2 years. He left Zimbabwe for South Africa and has featured in joint exhibitions in Johannesburg. One group in particular was the; ‘Black Like Me’ exhibitions. This project was started by sponsors and art groups to raise the level of black artists who were selling their art on the streets. This initiative was hugely successful for approximately 70 artists who exhibited annually in a gallery for 10 years. Allan is one of them and he now hot property on the Art scene. He is thrilled to be featured in The Green Gallery’s Creative Canvasses.
The Green Gallery
was established by Maureen Dixon, Sarah Lawrence, and Michelle Dodds who became a partner in 2015.The gallery opened its doors in Flanders Mall, Mount Edgecombe in October 2008. The Green Gallery houses an extensive selection of extraordinary art by renowned local artists, making visiting
studied graphic design at Natal Technikon in 1980 and worked as an art director designing and illustrating and directing photographic shoots for 10 years. He won Sappi designer of the year in 1992. Six years ago he turned to oil painting using nature and plants as a source of inspiration.
Boaden, among many others. Maureen is an accomplished artist who has been selling her and other Artist work for more than 30 years. Sarah specializes in framing and her passion lies in selling art, having co-owned a gallery in Zimbabwe for 30 years years. Michelle who has owned two Galleries, Crouse Art KZN and The Dodds Gallery on the Berea, has extensive knowledge of traditional South African art The ladies combine their knowledge, insight and enthusiasm to create a Friendly Gallery of International standards. The Green Gallery Shop 19 Flanders Mall, Mount Edgecombe Open 9am – 5pm Mondays to Fridays and 9am – 1pm Saturdays www.thegreengalleryart.com Tel 031 502 2757
He paints aloes, baobabs, strelitzias, orchids and many other South African indigenous plants. Intriguingly, Pat uses oils like watercolour on fresh white backgrounds creating extraordinary results that. The exhibition opens at 6pm on Thursday October 20th and runs to the 25th.
the gallery a delightful experience. Featured artists include sculptor Owen Llewellyn Davies; Prix de Grande-Etapes Franaises award winner Makiwa Mutomba; Kim Donaldson; Nicole Pletts; Cherylee Powell; David Johnson; John Smith; Kirsty Hall; Sam Maduna; Owen Llewellyn Davies; Judy Wentzel; Shirley Brandon and Sharleen
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Creative Canva�es A Showcase of Exciting Works by
Lorna Panzenbock, Allan Kupeta, Pat Murdoch & Owen Llewellyn Davies Exhibition Opening: Thursday 20th October 6pm
Exhibition runs from Thursday 20th to Tuesday 25th October
Shop 19 Flanders Mall, Mount Edgecombe Open 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday & 9am – 1pm Saturday www.thegreengalleryart.com Tel - 031 502 2757