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aterfall Mall Issue 4/Winter 2017/





We may not have a white winter in the North West, but the season sure does come with a chill factor we can feel... This season Waterfall Mall News Flash hopes to warm you with our hot hot hot fashion, decor, beauty and more. We have got some of the most delicious Hot Chocolate Recipes for you to try. Read our helpful hints on finding the best restaurant for the occasion.




If you're between the ages of 5 and 13, come join us in Centre Court for the GAMING EVENT of the year from 14 - 24 July. Come challenge your friends, and stand a chance to WIN awesome prizes.

Waterfall Mall has a restaurant for every occasion. Whether its breakfast with Gran, first date coffee, a romantic meal or pizza with your best friends, there's something for everyone.

Meet the winners of the Seaside Baby Photo Competition. We've got all the winners and runners up, as well as the judges and special guests, the Huppel Hoekie Pom Pom Girls.

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1 Augrabies Ave, Cashan Ext 12, Rustenburg 014 537 3600

A warm winter welcome from all of us at Waterfall Mall the trees. Now the mercury is dipping close to freezing most nights, and snow has fallen n the mountains to the south.


While winter is a melancholy time for some, other revel in this time of year for a chance to cuddle close with loved ones under lovely fluffy blankets in front of a roaring fire, sipping on something warm and sweet. If you are one of the latter, do we have a treat for you... All the snuggliest blankets and decor, AND the most decadent hot chocolate recipes this side of the equator.

Its non-stop excitement all year round at Waterfall Mall, and this month is no different. Always a hive of activity, this holiday we hope to entertain the kids and welcome parents to relax and unwind with us... You deserve it, you've made it halfway through the year, and you too deserve a break. It's almost unbelievable to think that just a couple of months ago we were celebrating Easter and the leaves had only just started falling from

If Winter had given you the excuse you needed to grow your beard, then this issue of News Flash is perfect for you too, because our beauty editor has put together a step-by-step guide to looking after your beard, on page 5. We also have some fantastic new tips if you're thinking of shaking up your skin care regime. As always we have shopping guides, games for the kids, decor ideas, travel, restaurants and more. Whatever your pleasure, we've got something just for you, and hope that you have as much fun reading all about it, as we've had putting this issue together for you.

Marlene Bouwer Centre Manager Waterfall Mall

Marita van der Vyver: Misverstand Willem Prins walks the streets of Paris. Once upon a time, he was on his way to becoming a reputed writer in South Africa, but after years of trying the cold water of the Seine beckoned - maybe his drowning would boost his book sales, thought black-haired Willem.

Piers Cruickshanks: Confluence

The compelling, inspiring, and comically sublime story of one man’s coming-of-age. To his shame it is the erotica he writes under a Confluence tells the uplifting non-fiction story of the Dusi canoe marathon partnership of Piers Cruickshanks, a seasoned paddler who had won multiple gold medals in the Dusi, with Siseko Ntondini, a paddler who had come up through the ranks of the Soweto Canoe Club, and whose dream was to win a gold medal in the Dusi.

pseudonym that brought him to France. Back to the city where one of his three ex-wife lives with his eldest son, a young man who hardly knows his father. For Willem, Paris is not exactly the city of love, but this is where he meets Jackie, a young South African who works as an au pair. It is also she who was with him on Friday the 13th when terror gripped Paris.

Misunderstanding is the thirteenth novel of one of South The two men agree to paddle together and start Africa's most popular writers, a romantic tale about the training towards their gold-medal goal, but in disillusionment of being middle-aged, the threatening order to get to the start line, they need to overcome unrest, and the bonds that exist between people. cultural and physical challenges to create a winning Both of these titles are available at CNA Please note, product availability may vary by store. combination.


For the man about town, visit the new BogartMAN store at Waterfall Mall. Come see our latest Spogi Jeans and Rose Gold winter collections, as well as many more stylish and trendy offerings. Our consultants are always ready and waiting to help you with any of your clothing needs. Shop 3 Waterfall Mall Tel: 011 262 8800 (Head office)

VOLPES, one of South Africa's most trusted brands when it comes to quality bed linen, curtains, duvet covers and towel sets, has just opened in the Waterfall Mall Value Mart, opposite Coricraft. Shop 16 Waterfall Mall Value Mart Tel: 0145376500



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Vogue lady's sunglasses, Mat & May

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More thrilling entertainment Already offering an unprecedented choice of thrilling outdoor and entertainment activities in one place, Sun City has bolstered its offering for teenagers through Adrenalin Extreme, which offers adrenalin-pumping outdoor activities including Drift Trikes, Hover-crafts, the Accelerator and the Grizzly 4x4 Quad challenge.

Waterworld offers a thrilling array of outdoor and water sporting activities such as parasailing, waterskiing, jet-skis, paddle boats, a wake snake, wake boarding and boat rides. Above: Grace women's leather jacket. Left: rare Earth Dana Boots, both Old Khaki

At Waterworld and the Cabanas lawns, children can enjoy facilities such as supervised workshops at

Alice pullover, Old Khaki Canvas shopper, Mat & May

Only an hour and a half drive from Pretoria, Sun City has a diverse offering that combines a choice of actionpacked entertainment options for all ages, as well as opportunities to relax and enjoy the quietness of nature. It’s like escaping to another world without venturing too far.

Right: Slouchy beanie; Bottom: North Face zip-up hooded sweater, both Due South

Ryder men's leather jacket, Old Khaki

Experience the Big Five Sun City borders the game-rich and malaria-free Pilanesberg National Park where people can spot the Big Five on magnificent game drives and experience spectacular views of the reserve in hot air balloons.

Most recently, the Valley of Waves water park Kamp Kwena, Finders Keepers, Rock Venture Golf, underwent a massive refurbishment, and now offers Kazooma Raceway, Long John Silver Bumper Boats, a two new rides and food offerings. fully equipped children’s playground, and the Stimela train that goes passed the Animal World Aviary and In addition, the resort offers a choice of sparkling pools, over a small lake where children can observe the two aviaries, jogging trails; quad biking; floodlit tennis impala, ostrich, nyala and kudu. Guests can also visit The Pilanesberg National Park is a mere five minutes courts, guided tours of the resort on zippy Segways, and the bird aviary as well as the Animal World where drive from the Sun City resort. The park is not only one of the world’s longest Zip Slide – to mention just a children are allowed to pet the farm animals. home to “The Big 5” – lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and few of the fun things to do at Sun City. elephant – but it is home to 49 major mammal species, Delighting food explorers including kudu, giraffe, zebra, and impala. There are Action packed water sports and more With 26 restaurants, Sun City has something to tickle also over 39 different reptile species, 394 recorded The water sports and recreation hub, Waterworld, all tastes and fancies. While trusted family restaurant bird species (more than a third of the total Southern at Sun City has undergone a metamorphosis. brands have established their roots at Sun City, the African species) and too many insects to count. Waterworld now sports the new Kazooma Raceway re-imagining of the food and beverage offering has and Rock Venture Golf. Kazooma Raceway offers been characterized by the opening of several signature World class golf courses children a thrilling racing experience in Grand Prix restaurants, exclusive to the resort. Amongst the Both the Gary Player Country Club and the Lost style go karts on a realistic racetrack while Rock newly opened or refurbished signature restaurants to be City Golf Course were designed by South African Venture Golf gives golfing enthusiasts of all ages a explored at Sun City are the revamped Palm Terrace at golfing legend, Gary Player. These two championship chance to test their swinging skills on a challenging the refurbished Cabanas hotel, Bocado at the Cascades, golf courses offer visitors to southern Africa’s premier adventure golf course. Legends at the Sun City Hotel and the Brew Monkey resort an exciting and challenging golfing experience. at the Valley of Waves.

Ivan men's regular fit, Old Khaki

Above: Ruan Freestyle boot; Right: Nikon Binoculars, Trappers Lansky mini multi-tool, Trappers Salvador men's leather duffel bag, Old Khaki

Polaroid men's sunglasses, Mat & May

K-Way day pack, Cape Union Mart

Merrel Chameleon shoes; Salomon, Women's Speedcross 4, Cape Union Mart

Please note, product availability may vary by store.

For more information about Sun City like us on Facebook SunCitySA or follow us on Twitter SunCityResortSA





Winter Fashion Freeze Frame T he winter season doesn't have to be all about frumpy jerseys and sweat pants. While most of us want to hide from the cold, and snuggle under the blankets, winter time can be an awesome adventure of nights around a bonfire, huddled around a table of friends with a glass of red wine. Winter also offers a perfect opportunity to dress to the nines in jackets and boots, and scarves and hats. This is the season to adorn ourselves in rich and heavy fabrics and textures and enjoy the short few months of cold, before spring rears its head again. Quilte d Velo Backp ur Woolw ack, orths


Velvet and velour have been with us for a couple of seasons already, and while we’re still seeing soft colours and metallic hues, winter sees the trend moving toward darker richer tomes, and thicker more luxurious fabrics, keeping you stylish and warm throughout the season.

Burgundy Dusty Pink Body Suit, MRP Weekend Zipped Velvet Bomber Jacket, Woolworths

Velour Wrap Top, MRP Weekend

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The richness of burgundy and its complimentary greens and blues warms us up from the inside out, and reminds us of the 90’s revival of this colourway. Combined with the plush fabrics and beautiful blooms, and the oh so dreamy dusty rose, this winter’s colour palette is full of femininity and romance.

Left: Ruffle Leather Gloves, Woolworths; Above: Asymmetric Melton Coat & Wool Blend Wrap Coat, Woolworths; Right: Seamless Bodysuit, Foschini; Below: Cold-shoulder Velour Body-con, Woolworths

Velour Slip Dress, Woolworths

Floral blooms

This season, we watched flowers bloom in the dark making a bold, powerful statement. For romantic, softer vibes, we’re pairing our favourite print from the runway, with luscious velour, lace and pink. Best of all – we’re seeing these beautiful botanicals on everything from knits and bombers to jeans and boots. No matter your fancy, there’s something for everyone.

The bomber

Above left: Printed Floral Bomber, Woolworths; Right :

Every one of this seasons trends, from floral prints and embroidery to velour and burgundy have been applied to the bomber, and if you haven’t got one yet, you better hurry, because nothing says on trend more than this jacket this winter. Embroidered Track Top, Foschini

Fringe Floral Velvet Scarf, Woolworths

Velour Skater Skirt, Woolworths Suedette Baseball Cap, Woolworths

Round Ombre Sunglasses Woolworths Gianni Chiarini Leather Double Handle Bag, Spitz

Sock boot

Thigh-high Boot, Cotton On

There’s not much to say except this is the boot for you, now! Get them, they’re everywhere.

Above left: Printed Bomber, Donna Claire; Right: Sequin Bird Pullover, MRP Weekend

Grey Velour Sock Boot, The Fix

Metallic Pink Block Heel Boot, MRP Weekend

Chelsea Boot, MRP Weekend

lworths Beanie, Woo Cable-knit

Jeans, Left to right: Embroidered jogger and embroidered skinny, Donna Claire; Embroidered boyfriend jeans, MRP Weekend; Ripped Slim boyfriend jeans, Woolworths.

Black Suedette Sock Boot, Cotton On

AGL Multi-Coloured Block Heel Boot, Spitz


Carvela Luxe Heeled Ankle Boot, Spitz

Please note, product availability may vary by store.

Round Sunglasses, Woolworths

Burgundy Wrap Front top, MRP Weekend

A winter well -groomed Its been a couple of years since the first beards started making a come-back, and now that we know they’re here to stay, we think its of utmost importance to make sure you know how best to look after and groom your plume. With the right care and style, a good beard can look really good. However, it's also really easy for your beard to become unkempt and unclean. Even if you're going for that kind of look, nobody wants to look like you don't take care of yourself.

It seems to fly directly in the face of everything we’ve ever been taught about washing our faces and skin… but oil cleansing is a thing, and is gaining traction amongst many in the beauty industry as the latest and best thing in skin care… oil cleansing.

Trim your beard to the length that you desire. It is helpful to trim in multiple different directions to make sure you've gotten all of those stray hairs. Even if you want your beard to be very long it's still a good idea to trim it every few months and get rid of split ends.

Oil cleansing is the process of using oil (instead of soap or a cleanser) to dissolve and remove dirt on the skin.

skin for a few minutes . This is followed by using a warm wet facecloth to steam the skin and wipe off the excess, leaving your skin soft, supple and moisturised. Still not convinced? It is important to understand that some carrier oils such as castor oil have astringent properties, that actually dry the skin while cleansing, while other, e.g. sweet almond or jojoba, act as moisturisers as well.

Sound strange? It does at first, but in fact, oil dissolves oil, and if the right combination of oils Contrary to popular belief, these oils do not clog is used, one can clean your face and body, remove the pores (non- comedogenic), but actually offer a excess oil and dirt, and avoid drying out the skin. deeper clean, and prepare your skin to absorb serums and moisturisers better afterwards. Also, by The current trend includes massaging a combina- using a warm facecloth to remove the oil cleanser, tion of natural oils such as castor oil, sweet almond a light exfoliating quality is added to your daily oil, jojoba oil and various essential oils into your washing regime.

How do I get started? Your local pharmacy such as Clicks and Dischem stock a wide variety of both carrier and essential oils. The Internet is full of recipes for everything from dry to acne prone skin that you can experiment with. However, it is important to mention that people with sensitivities to nuts should probably avoid oils such as macadamia and sweet almond. Similarly, if your skin is hyper-sensitive, it is very important that you test a small patch of skin before trying anything new. Don't have time to make your own face products? Never fear, the beauty industry is also getting on the oil cleansing train and there are a wide variety of product available commercially to satisfy every skin type, and all your needs.


Keep it clean. Wash your face thoroughly with regular face wash and water every morning and every night. Make sure you also dry your face thoroughly. Have a clean towel and get as much of the water rung out of that mane as possible. Apply a few drops of beard oil to the skin. Work it slowly into the rest of your beard with your fingers. A good beard oil will keep your whisker ends from becoming tiny razor wires and will condition them to continue growing strong. It will also keep you from getting a blizzard of beard dandruff, while at the same time, keep your beard and face from getting as oily. Use wax to help keep that hair going in the right direction and add shape to longer, wilder beards. If your looking for a product from a brand you can trust, Sorbet Man has just launched it's new beard care range, now available at all Sorbet MAN grooming bars, as well as Clicks stores, countrywide.

Top, Left to Right: Smashbox Primer Oil, Woolworths; Face Oil, Body Shop/Clicks; Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water in Oil, Clicks/Dischem; Bobbi Brown Cleansing Oil, Edgars; Vichy Cleansing Oil, Dischem; Avène Cleansing Oil, Dischem, Mediterranean Sea Salt Oil Scrub, Body Shop/Clicks; Bionatura Argan Oil Soap, Dischem; Datan Olive Oil Body Wash, Dishem; Nivea Pampering Oil Body Wash, Clicks/Dischem; Palmers Moisturizing Gel Oil, Dischem; Epimax Bath Oil, Clicks/Dischem. Bottom, Left to Right: Essence Lip Oil, Clicks/Dischem; Clarins Lotus Face Treatment Oil, Body Treatment Oil Tonic, Edgars; Lipidol Cleansing Face Oil, Overnight Face Oil, After Shave Oil, Clicks; Elizabeth Arden Cleansing Oil, Edgars; Nivea Firming Body Oil, Clicks/Dischem; Body Shop Coconut & Moringa Beautifying Oil, Clicks; Lipidol Cleansing Body Oil, After Shower Oil, Sunscreen Oil, Clicks. Please note, product availability may vary by store.

Also, pop in at the Pit Stop Barber Shop (Shop 56A) if you enjoy having your beard groomed by a professional.


From top: Braun Beard Trimmer, Clicks; Vaseline Men's Range - Face Wash, Clicks/Dischem/ Pick 'n Pay; Sorbet Man Beard Oil, Clicks/ Sorbet; Sorbet Man Pre Shave Oil and Shaving Cream, Clicks/Sorbet.


TREATMENTS Massages • All Waxes • Manicures • Pedicures • Facials Operating hours: Mon-Fri (9am-6pm) • Sat(9am-5pm) Sun and Pub holidays (9am-3pm) Stockists of:

014 537 2011

Please note, product availability may vary by store.


EAT OUT TONIGHT & GET IT RIGHT Are you planning a night out with a first date, anniversary dinner, or merely a night out with the family (kids and grandparents included)? Did you know that where you choose to dine, depending on the occasion can have a big impact on the success or failure of the excursion. Never fear, we're hear to help you decide.

First date dining

There are many things to consider when planning a first date… what to wear, where to go, and what your date will be like. Wouldn’t it be nice not to worry about how much it’s going to cost, if the food will be good, and whether you’re going to spend half the night with red spaghetti sauce dripping from your chin, or if you’ll need to turn your napkin into a bib to prevent the rib sauce from going everywhere? What to avoid Italian – while Italian is almost everyone’s favourite kind of restaurant, it can get kind of messy. Its best to keep this kind of cozy and sometimes intimate setting for later on in the relationship (see Anniversaries later on).

What to go for A seafood restaurant or traditional steak house is always a winner. These type of restaurant tend to have a wide variety of offerings from trendy sushi and ultra-classy crayfish, to a refined steak or even a variety of vegetarian options if your date doesn’t eat meat (remember to find out about food allergies or preferences when planning). Great ideas include CTFM (shop 213), which is both cool and casual, and has an enormous variety on offer. The Steakout Grill (shop 73) is also a winner, with a vast menu featuring all that you’d expect from a local steakhouse, without breaking the budget.

Family dinners and a fun night out

Its when you get to this type of dinner out that you can really let your hair down… you want to go somewhere that everyone gets to eat what they want, and more importantly, you can leave the kids to wander around together and switch seats without disturbing other patrons. What to avoid While a trip to a fancy restaurant every once in a while isn’t a bad idea, if you are wanting to relax and enjoy the company of close friends and family, while the kids are otherwise entertained… this is not the ideal venue for you.

Anniversaries and special occasions

Whether you’re celebration your 1st or 50th anniversary, a new job or a promotion, you want to feel special. Intimate, cozy candle lit dinners spring to mind, and comfort food would be the order of the day. What to avoid Perhaps its best to avoid the family friendly restaurants with playgrounds and high noise levels. Nothing ruins the romance like a child crying for her mother while you’re staring into your significant other’s eyes What to go for We promised we’d get back to Italian restaurants, because nothing spells romance more than a comfortable, yet elegant Italian meal. The added benefit is that you’ve known this person for a while already and that sauce on your chin is endearing and not awkward, and no one minds if you overindulge just a little bit. The best choice for this type of dinner date is Milaneza (shop 77), with a fantastic spread of pizzas, pastas, grills and desserts, it’ll become a firm family favourite for years to come.

What to go for This is also a good time to venture to the more general restaurants, as the menu is diverse, the prices reasonable, and the loud setting perfect for you to drown out the family. Restaurants like the Sonora Spur (shop 76) and Panarottis (shop 72), with family favourite foods and ample play areas for the kids are always a winner in this area.

Keeping it casual

No matter your age or the occasion, almost everyone loves milkshakes and hot chocolate. Whether you're on a first date, celebrating an anniversary or a fun family outing, you cannot go wrong with a visit to Milky Lane (shop 32) for your ultimate in sweet indulgences. Want to try something a little different? Try an early morning breakfast date at Mugg & Bean (shop 221) or Wimpy (shop 70). What about staying in, and avoiding the cold? Why not order in from Debonairs (shop 219) or Steers (shop 74), stay at home and watch movies under the covers.


AT THE HEART OF HOT CHOCOLATE Recipes courtesy of Le Creuset. See these and other recipes and products at

Hot Chocolate & Marshmallows

White Hot Chocolate

The Grasshopper WHEN YOU NEED Hot Chocolate A QUICK FIX

Left: Hip Hot Chocolate in a Jar, Woolworths; Right: House of Coffees Hug in a Mug Hazelnut, Woolworths & Pick 'n Pay

Left: Instant White Hot Chocolate, Woolworths; Right: House of Coffees Hug in a Mug Toasted Marshmallow, Woolworths & Pick 'n Pay

Serves 2

Serves 2

Serves 4




125g dark chocolate

400ml milk

350g milk

500ml milk

100ml cream

50g cream

1 level teaspoon corn flour

100g white chocolate, chopped

5g cocoa powder

2 small handfuls mini marshmallows, or a few larger ones, chopped

Nomu Instant Hot Chocolate and Skinny Hot Chocolate, Nestle Rich & Foamy Hot Chocolate, Woolworths & Pick 'n Pay


7g crème de menthe liqueur (optional)

»» In a saucepan, bring the milk to the boil. Add the


chopped chocolate and stir until melted.


»» Break the chocolate into small pieces and place in a »»Top with a marshmallow and drink straight away. »» In

a medium-sized saucepan bring the milk and

non-stick saucepan with half the milk. Heat gently,

the cream to the boil. Remove from the heat and

stirring, until the chocolate is melted into the milk.

add in the cocoa powder – stirring until dissolved.

»» Blend the corn flour with the remaining milk and

Then add the broken pieces of the LINDT EXCELLENCE Mint Intense chocolate. Stir well until all is

whisk this into the chocolate mixture. Raise the


heat slightly and continue whisking until the choc-

»»Place back on a low heat and warm slightly un-

olate is hot and slightly thickened.

»» Pour into the two mugs and immediately sprinkle a

til a nice smooth chocolate mixture is achieved. Then add the crème de menthe liqueur (this is

layer of marshmallows over the top. Stir briskly, so


that some of the marshmallows melt into the top of the drink.

Lindt Lindor White, Nestle Milkybar, Cadbury Dream White Chocolate, Woolworths, Game & Pick 'n Pay

»» Sit back, sip and relax.

Left: Nescafe Dolce Gusto Milo pods, Nestle Rich & Foamy Hot Chocolate sachets, Game Please note, product availability may vary by store.

»» Serve in Le Creuset Espresso Mugs with whipped cream and shavings of LINDT chocolate.

Please note, product availability may vary by store.

Left: Stoneware Mugs, Game

Stoneware mugs, Crazy Store Left: Gold Rim Geometric Crocodile Mug, @Home

Above: Gold Lace Edge Mug; Right: Gold Lace Cup & Saucer, @Home

Above: Set of 3 Giant Cappuccino Mugs; Cappuccino Mug Mist Grey; Espresso Mugs Cotton, Le Creuset


Barrel Mugs, Pick 'n Pay

Ceramic Beaker, Woolworths

Below: Dipped Mug, @Home

Left: Bistro Teaspoon 4-pack, Woolworths

HOORAH FOR HYGGE For decades Scandinavian design has been considered By Gwynedd Peters the height of modern and simplistic design, and while mid-century modern interiors have become a mainstay again, hygge is less of a trend and more of a feeling. At no time more so than in winter, are we all about texture and the “feel”. According to interior design trend spotters, this winter's trends play beautifully into the hands of optimising your home for hygge. Greens and tropical prints: This trend started showing up at the end of 2016, and shows no signs of slowing any time soon. Whether in solids, patterns, or living greenery, the Green was chosen as colour of the year for a reason.

Hygge (pronounced hue-gah) is the hottest word in home-ware this year. It’s Danish, and although there’s no direct English translation, it refers to cosiness, comfort, indulgence, relaxation and a specific mood, as opposed to something tangible.


Above, Left to Right: Bemm Knit Throw, Janne Knit Throw, Vale Knit Single Blanket; Woolworths


Grey, muted tones and soft delicious textures: This season is flush with faux furs, plush pile blankets, as well as an array of greys and other soft tones.





Quirky lighting: Think of lighting as an accessory for your home—it’s the perfect way to show off your unique design sensibility. 4.




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1. Green frayed Scatter 50x50mm, Woolworths 2.Fargo Throw ; Volpes 3. Norma Quilted Throw, Volpes 4. Shimmersoft Teal Throw, Volpes 5. Modern Tripod Lamp Set, Woolworths 6. Sea Green Velvet Ottoman, @Home

7. Faux Fur Water Bottle cover, @Home 8. Mint & Grey Colour Block Cushion, @Home 9. Plain Chunky Mint Throw, @Home 10. Four Photo Frame, Clicks 11. Luxe Faux Fur Throw, Woolworths 12. Duck Feather Duvet, Edgars 13. Twin Pack Pillows, Edgars


Please note, product availability may vary by store.

Left top: Pillar candle, Clicks

Right: Tropical plant in a pot, Woolworths;

Left bottom: Candle Holder, Clicks

Below: Large Storage Jar with Wooden Lid in Rosemary, Le Creuset

Below: Acacia Wooden Bowl, Woolworths

Above: SMEG Kettle, @Home Left: Wooden Wall Hanging, Crazy Store;

Right: Artificial cactus in a pot, Woolworths

Please note, product availability may vary by store.


While we all agree that each and every baby and toddler photographed for the Waterfall Mall Seaside Baby Photo Competition is a winner in our eyes, a winner had to be crowned. On 20 May 2017, family and friends of the finalists, as well as droves of shoppers, gathered (despite the early morning chill) to support contestants, and the Huppel Hoekie Pom Pom Girls who provided the entertainment for the morning. Under the watchful eye of our three beautiful judges, Mrs Rustenburg 2016 (Elrize van der Merwe), Myrtle Brough from the Platinum Weekly and Tsholofelo Sikwe from Old Mutual, proceedings got underway as the mistress of ceremonies, Liezel Pieters, announced the winners for each category. Left to right: Mrs Rustenburg 2016 (Elrize van der Merwe), Tsholofelo Sikwe from Old Mutual, and Myrtle Brough from the Platinum Weekly.

Category 1: 0 to 6 months

Category 2: 7 to 18 months

Left to right: 1st place: MANDY-LEE NAUDE, 2nd place: MADDISON NIEMANN, 3rd place: TEMOSO MOCHEKO

Left to right: 1st place: TSOHLE MALOSE, 2nd place: CHANTE COETZEE, 3rd place: LEUNGO MABITSI

Category 3: 19 to 36 months

Left to right: 1st place: REAOLEBOGA MATSHELANOKA, 2nd place: XYLON DE BEER, 3rd place: LEBONE MALWANDLA SER AGE



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After losing his racing title to Jackson Storm, along with a new generation of high tech racers, many begin questioning if the famous Lightning McQueen will retire after he endures a terrible crash. McQueen's sponsor, Rust-eze, is bought by Sterling, who wants to turn him into a racing brand. Lightning asks for a chance to race in the Florida 500 and begins to train with race technician Cruz Ramirez, who's always had her own racing dreams.

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