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On the Beat with Anne

Hypno - ART

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Hélène Truter - Dis Nag

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Skip the Kreef this summer

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Peter van Schaik A New Year's resolution is a tradition in which a person resolves to change an undesired trait or behavior. - Wikipedia

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2017 Is op ons en ek is seker baie van julle het die jaar begin met n paar doele wat bereik moet word. Sticking to that new year's resolution is not always that easy. Here's some interesting info on how it all started... Babylonians made promises to their gods at the start of each year that they would return borrowed objects and pay their debts. The Romans began each year by making promises to the god Janus, for whom the month of January is named. In the Medieval era, the knights took the "peacock vow" at the end of the Christmas season each year to re-affirm their commitment to chivalry. At watchnight services, many Christians prepare for the year ahead by praying and making these resolutions. This tradition has many other religious parallels. During Judaism's New Year, Rosh Hashanah, through the High Holidays and culminating in Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement), one is to reflect upon one's wrongdoings over the year and both seek and offer forgiveness. People can act similarly during the Christian liturgical season of Lent, although the motive behind this holiday is more of sacrifice than of responsibility. In fact, the practice of New Year's resolutions came, in part, from the Lenten sacrifices.

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As we step out of 2016 and move into 2017, this is a time of reflection on the past year and wondering what the New Year will bring us. Many of us will make so called New Years resolutions which will last for all of two/ three weeks. New memories will be made in the coming year and music will be a part of these memories. New songs will be written and sung and be indelibly printed on or minds. May we stride into the New Year with our head held high, a song in our heart and a dance in our steps.

Nathaniel Rateliff and The Nightsweats.

Released in 2015, this is Nathaniel Rateliff ’s first Album with The Nightsweats and he transforms from a solo folk singer to a funky soul bandleader, getting his swagger on and becomes a force of nature. The Nightsweats are a gritty band which includes an organist and a horn section. This album is unapologetic in its stomping rawness. Rateliff an accomplished solo singer songwriter is a little more introspective with lyrics that at times reflect sorrow at heart.

Sleep In The Park by Old Sea Brigade.

Old Sea Brigade is a solo singer/songwriter by the name of Ben Cramer. Sleep In The Park is one of a five song, self titled EP. Released Jan.2016. Recorded in a bare bones manner with nothing more than vocals, acoustic guitar and piano, there are brilliant touches of texture added to form depth and atmosphere. Beautifully written and flawlessly sung.

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A Sailors Guide To The Earth by Sturgill Simpson.

Released April 2016, Nominated for Album Of The Year 2017 Grammies. Country is a limiting term for this artist who embodies the word in the most inclusive sense and defies any sort of label. This singer songwriter displays unfiltered sincerity and deprecating humour. His 3rd solo Album presents a change in tone and a wealth of rewards for every creative risk. On this Album Sturgill draws from his time in the Navy in his deeply personal lyrics.

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Superwoman by Rebecca Ferguson.

This the 4th Album by the 2010 XFactor UK runner up was released in October 2016. Opening the release with a single called Bones, a cover, which sets a soulful tone. This singer songwriter is blessed with a strong earthy and soulful voice. On this Album Ferguson balances R&B bravado with motown-esque grooves and a melodious 70’s style. One gets the sense that Ferguson pours all of her feelings and experiences into her music.

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Visit their website and listen to some of their tracks.

Lukas Graham Band Blue Album.

Released in June 2015. This Band takes it name from the lead singer, lyricist and leader. They are a Danish band whose music encompasses pop, alternative rock, soul and funk. They ignores any particular genre bracket to draw on whatever works, whether it be current or vintage. The lyrics in their music hint at a troubled past which they have turned into an optimistic future. Piano, strings and horns help lift a passionate delivery that is hard to resist. The breakout single 7 Years Old has been nominated for Song Of The Year 2017 Grammies.

HYPNO - ART

We are happy to announce that the launch of the HYPNO – ART workshop in Hermanus was a great success. The comments and responses from the participants made us decide to make this a regular event, affording other people to get in touch with their creative side and the artist within.

The power lays in the combination of hypnosis and art as the real potential of our creativity lays within our subconscious mind. This part of the mind holds our imagination ~ innovation ~ loves images, pictures and is fantasy based. Once we tap into this part of our mind, the creative flow is infinite and the possibilities are endless. Bianca expressed it as ‘an

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t is astonishing what possibilities are available to us once we begin to utilise our subconscious resources. As these journeys are very personal, each individual has the opportunity to embark on a unique experience. May this be releasing a creative block, exploring a new medium, expressing a spiritual path or inner desire, finding answers to questions that can bring healing, connecting to a new sense of inspiration – vision and idea or simply discover a new aspect of oneself. These outcomes and new understandings can be incredibly motivating and therapeutic.

honour to facilitate these sessions and to feel and observe the shifts taking place.’ We would like to thank all the participants of the Hermanus Art community for your support and we are looking forward to witness and guide you through many more profound journeys in the future.

What transpired as well, whether the individual is familiar with the artistic self already or is just curious to explore the creative aspect of self, the benefits gained by attending this workshop are exceptional. The safe non-judgmental environment and the group dynamic promote creativity to flow freely. Just as Pieter said: ‘What an awesome experience at the Hypno Art Workshop. Seeing creativity take flight uninhibited and carefree.’

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hen was the end of the world predicted? You know, that famous day – when the Mayan Calendar ended? 23 December Two thousand and something. I’ve already forgotten. But I remember all the hype at the time. Well brace yourself, darling, according to TV news, economists, Facebook and the hordes of pessimists that inhabit the third rock from the sun, 2017 is going to be the worst year ever! And we all know that whatever you read on Facebook must be true. Let’s face it; 2016 was not our proudest moment in history and it finally proved one thing: the world is run by idiots. No thanks, I’m so not interested in the job. Besides I’m a tad overqualified. For starters I have a brain. And a conscience… And it follows that everyone who allowed these infamous leaders to come into power are idiots as well. And that of course includes the millions of voters…. That to me is the saddest revelation of all – the most intelligent species on the planet is actually everything but. As the heading of this article predicted… It’s all doom and gloom, brethren. Ah… NOW I have your attention… It’s a known fact that humans thrive on bad news and tragedy… Ooops. Maybe you’ll lose interest when I tell you that my Super Power is that I can spot that feeble flickering light at the end of the crumbling tunnel. Because the good news is: Not everyone is an idiot. Ah. What a relief. The rest my friend, is up to you. It is up to you to choose NOT to be an idiot. You must seek out other non-idiots. That is this year’s challenge. You don’t have to listen to the hatred spouted by idiots. Move on, turn up the music, switch off the TV, unfriend the person. Stay far away… the condition is contagious. Trust me… spend enough time with the Idiot and his idiotic followers and soon you too will become one. It’s not easy being the odd one out… It takes courage. I have a fabulous little whale soap in Amulet: At the back it reads: if you were lucky enough to be born different, please don’t ever change. I just love that. En hier is ons weer. ‘n Nuwe jaar. Nuut en vol beloftes? Nuwe voornemens. New beginnings. Baie van ons is vuisvoos. Ek ook maar. Ons kan ingee en oorgee aan die negatiwiteit. Die pad vat. Waarnatoe nogal? Terug na ons Europese voorvaders se wêreld toe? Het jy nog nie agtergekom hoeveel Duitsers, Engelse, Hollanders en Franse deesdae hier in Hermanus is nie? Baie kom net vakansie hou, ander koop huise, bly eers tydelik en dan trek hulle sommer permanent hiernatoe. Lyk my die gras is deesdae groener aan die kant van die ewenaar. 350 jaar gelede het ons einste voorvaders presies dieselfde gevoel – en hier is ons nog steeds. Ons het bloedige oorloë, wrede siektes, die depressie, verskeie resessies en selfs die 1994 verkiesing oorleef.

Vroeg Desember verlede jaar moes ek Johannesburg toe vir werk. Van ek hiernatoe getrek het in 2008, het ek het die afgelope paar jaar die Stad van Goud se stadige verval gesien en ervaar. Desember se besoek was ‘n heerlike verrassing… Johannesburg is besig om weer mooi te word… Behalwe dat dit lieflik groen was van al die lekker somerreën, het ek nie een slaggat teëgekom nie. Die sypaadjies is skoon… Geen stukkende robotte nie… Die stad herstel stadig maar seker… en die munisipale verkiesing was maar net in Augustus. Skaars drie maande later en jy kan klaar die verskil sien… En soos hier in die Kaap word daar gebou en uitgebrei asof daar geen negatiewe groeikoers is nie… En die beste van alles… Die personeel in die winkels en besighede is vriendelik. Ja die taxi’s probeer jou van die pad af ry, wat beteken dat jy super wakker moet wees. So? Daar’s ‘n hele paar padgebruikers in Hermanus (gereeld op hulle selfone!) wat ewe gevaarlik is. ‘n Vriend van my het ‘n ruk land in Nieu Zeeland gebly. Volgens hom is die groot verskil tussen S.A en Kiewie Land die coffee shops. In Wellington is ‘n vol koffiewinkel doodstil en besadig. In SuidAfrika is daar ‘n konstante buzz. Soos in Amulet. Daar’s ‘n energie in Afrika wat jy nêrens anders in die wêreld kry nie. Dis die dat toeriste hiernatoe stroom. Ek hou van variasie in die lewe; dis hoekom ek act, skryf, regie doen, ‘n winkel bedryf en talle uitdagings aanvaar wat oor my pad kom. In meeste Eerste wêreldlande mag jy nie buite jou boksie dink of werk nie. As jy nie deel van ‘n spesifieke unie is nie, durf jy nie ‘n ander persoon se werk doen nie… Dink jou in… Jy moet vir die res van jou lewe elke dag presies dieselfde ding doen… Jy kan my netsowel aan ‘n paal vasmaak. Nee wat, dan cope ek maar met die taxi’s en geniet my idilliese lewe hier aan die kus… En geniet my spesiale tye in die mooiste winkel in die dorp. Waar niemand vir my kan voorskryf wat ek mag of nie mag doen nie. 2017 gaan voorwaar ‘n uitdaging wees. En jy kan besluit hoe jy hom gaan aanpak. Jy kan die ergste verwag en al jou negatiewe sentimente met soorgelyke pessimiste deel en mekaar in ‘n depressie inpraat… Of jy kan uitsien na al die lekker goed wat voorlê. Soos Swartwater se tweede reeks wat hier einde Maart se kant begin op SABC 2, die Fynartsfees wat elke jaar net groter en groter word… Of jy kan ten minste een keer ‘n week kom inval by ons vir jou ‘fix’. Kom geniet die mooi, luister na die musiek, word gesus deur die fonteintjie se water agter by die koffiewinkel waar ons beslis die beste koffie en kaaskoek in die dorp bedien. And on the upside; only three more years then we will all have 20-20 (hindsight) vision! And then you’ll realize that 2017 was not that bad after all!

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Consumers urged to 'skip the kreef this summer' WWF South Africa has launched a campaign calling on consumers to “skip the kreef this summer”, as this popular seafood treat has now moved onto the Red list of the Southern African Sustainable Seafood Initiative (SASSI).

The SASSI list is a traffic-light system that helps consumers make sustainable seafood choices: Green is “best choice”, Orange is “think twice” and Red is “don’t buy”. WWF has warned that the West Coast Rock Lobster (Jasus lalandii), commonly known as kreef, could disappear from menus altogether within the next five years unless radical action is taken to save the fishery. The “Skip the kreef this summer” campaign follows an outcry over the government’s recent announcement of an unchanged Total Allowable Catch (TAC) for kreef this season. With only 2% of original stock remaining, the species has gone into a precipitous decline due to illegal fishing and poor management of the fishery. To raiseHorizontal awareness, WWF has launched a digital campaign asking consumers to Ad Sea Safaris.pdf 1 2016-10-28 05:15:54 PM avoid eating kreef, as they would any other SASSI Red-listed species. The campaign

is aimed at mobilising consumers and getting them to use their buying power and voices to help this species and the fishers who depend on it for their livelihoods. In addition, a coalition of fishers and WWF have co-signed an open letter to the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Senzeni Zokwana calling for a radical rethink of how the West Coast Rock Lobster resource is managed in the interests of everyone involved in the industry. WWF-SASSI Manager Pavitray Pillay commented: "This is a fishery in crisis and we need real leadership to turn it around. Consumers have a key role to play in supporting legitimate fishers and demanding change through their buying practices.” WWF marine scientist Jessica Greenstone said, “If we can’t change the trends, a viable commercial West Coast Rock Lobster fishery within the next five years is unlikely. This has implications for both our marine ecosystems, in which kreef play a key role, and the communities that rely on them for their livelihoods. This is why the coalition, which includes fisher organisations, is urging government to take immediate action for more effective management.”

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While some New Year’s resolu– tions focus on the new, others are simply a way for you to get back on track. Another New Year’s resolution to consider is to recommit to wearing sun– screen daily. The sun is one of the leading causes of signs of aging on your skin. Shielding your skin from it on a daily basis is a must if you hope to look youthful throughout 2017 and beyond. The latest technology sunscreens contains huge amounts of anti-oxidants that will also treat sun damaged skin, and not just protect it. Great products to look out for: the all new Lamelle Helase 50, Nimue SPF 40, PhFormula CC cream30, and the well-known, Heliocare SPF 50.

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It’s not unusual for people to think of January 1st as the beginning of a new life or as a chance to wipe the slate clean and make a number of improvements in their lives. Most New Year’s resolutions focus on self-improvement in some way, like quitting smoking or losing weight. If one major concern includes the signs of aging on your face, the New Year can be the optimal time to start planning ways to reduce those signs or even reverse them. Whether you just noticed your first wrinkle or have been thinking about facial rejuvenation for some time, there’s a few resolutions that are perfect for you this year.

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This last New Year’s resolution isn’t for the commitment-phobic. You might decide that 2017 is the year you’ll finally take on a skincare journey in the fight against ageing. This is a big step, you’ll want to break your resolution down into smaller pieces. Step one might be to book a consultation and learn more about the procedure, including whether it’s appropriate for you. And in what combinations these treatments need to be done to give you superior results. Considering your budget, time and expectations. Step two might be to start saving up for a range of treatments over a period of time. Whether you are working towards a special occasion, or just wanting to see a small difference in the sun spots that you developed over the December holidays, one must be realistic about expectations and that a few treatments may be necessary. With the help of a home care routine, one can get quicker results. Step three is to start making plans for the treatments. With some treatments one can experience mild ‘downtime’, with some bruising, flaking and redness that can last for a few days. Other treatments are preferred to be done in the winter months. Let us help you to look younger, fresher, and glowier in 2017. Book your complementary consultation with one of our professionals. And get the skin you deserve- you owe it to yourself!

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If there’s a non-surgical treatment that you’ve been thinking about trying, the New Year is the ideal time to give it a go. Nonsurgical treatments, such as Botox injections or fillers, tend to cost significantly less than surgery, so the financial strain is lower. They also tend to last for less time than the results of the surgery, making them less of a commitment. For a quick fix lift, look into the one-stitch Silhouette Lift, and the new Plexr machine can transform those droopy eyelids, without surgery. One could opt for non-invasive therapies such as Laser, for the treatment of pigmentation, rosacea and facial capillaries. Skin needling for re-texturizing the skin and Chemical peels that can be done in a lunch time. Laser hair removal is the number 1 aesthetic treatment chosen by women and men globally.

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SA RUGBY 2017 Aan die begin van 2016 het ’n verslaggewer my gebel om te vra wat my nuwejaars wens vir SARU sal wees. My antwoord was baie vinnig dat SARU ’n ontwikkelings- plan kry vir die ontwikkeling van agtergeblewe rugbyspelers sodat hulle die geleentheid kan hê om tot die hoogste vlak in rugby in SA en dan daardeur tot op die kruin van die wêreld te kan beweeg. Sien, ek is daarvan oortuig dat die huidige (kwota-) stelsel wat deur SARU toegepas en deur die Parlement gemotiveer word tot nadeel van ons ontwikkelingspelers strek eerder as tot hulle voordeel. As politici kleur sien dink hulle dat daar in die doel geslaag is ongeag die sukses daarvan vir die betrokke individue - en dan praat ek nie eers oor die span se prestasies op die veld nie.

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n international sport on the other hand, it is all about winning when it comes to any international competition on the playing field. An unsuccessful team leaves bodies behind and if it is a player of colour who has entered the arena on the ticket of transformation and not on merit, it is a big negative with implications for everybody involved. The most damage is done to the individual player at that point in time but the decision makers also have the longerlasting and huge social behavioural change and the negative implication of social change of the client base and loss of clients, the main consumers of the game to contend with. The impact to the individual player and his people around him is huge. Confidence is out of the window and the rest is history with damage never to be reversed again. The consumer of the game is more tolerant and will be back; but only up to a point. We have now exceeded that point. A place where I believe we have arrived at in SA rugby. It is a heart breaking experience for those of us who love the game. Heart breaking. In 1996 het ek die voorreg gehad om die SA onder-21 span af te rig en in die groep van 28 spelers vir die toernooi was daar, as ek reg onthou, 8 spelers van kleur. Van die 8 was daar 5 wat baie meriete gehad het, maar drie ekstra spelers moes die groep volgens die kwota volmaak. Dit was dan vir my baie opmerklik gedurende die toernooi hoe die sosiale interaksie en standaard van die groep

ontwikkel het. Die groep het dadelik hul identiteit onderling in algemene groepsgedrag en assosiasie gedefinieer. Ook hul spelgedrag en prestasie kon daarin waargeneem word. Die groep het egter baie goed gevaar in die jare wat gevolg het. Almal het senior provinsiale rugby gespeel, maar slegs twee het Springbokke geword met slegs een wat op ’n gereelde basis op diè vlak presteer het. Al vyf kon vir die Springbokke gespeel het, aangesien hulle oor die talent daarvoor beskik het. Tog het die verlede hulle nie toegelaat om weg te kom van die feit dat hulle ‘kwota’ spelers was nie. Ek is oortuig daarvan dat indien ons slegs op meriete gefokus het, daar ’n veel groter sukses ratio vir die Springbokspan op ’n gereelde basis uit die onder 21-groepe sou wees. Bedink ons vir ’n oomblik die implikasies daarvan vir die daaropvolgende jare van onder 21-groepe is die stellings wat ek maak beduidend. Dit sou verreikende geweldige positiewe gevolge vir die rieële transformasie van die spel ingehou het en dit sonder dat die ondersteuningsbasis van toeskouers, finansies in en om die spel en die verbetering daarvan, geraak is nie. Die direkte ommekeer van die spel, dus die erosie tot op die vlakke van vandag was die gevolg. In my report to SARU after the tournament I said that the quota system must be revisited because it influences the players with the necessary talent and capacity negatively. I had to be honest with myself and put my belief and experiences with the players to paper. The rest

is history. I was fired and the principles that I held were never investigated. The status quo is still the same today. As for the present system and status of the national coach, his support team, the level of rugby that we play, the indaba that SARU had, the financial position of rugby in SA, the latest new decisions that SARU has taken to save itself from bankruptcy, to protect the responsible people’s jobs, exactly the same principles still apply. A lot of talks have taken place, meetings have been held and new policies formulated, but everything remains the same. Kom ons bly maar op die veld en die spel self. Since we had this last disastrous season of the Springboks, I have not yet read any article stating the reasons for the results. If you loose a match there must be an ‘on the field’ reason why you lost. If you cannot pinpoint that, how can you coach the players to win the next match. Is there anybody in SARU who knows that? And if they do, why do they not do something about it. Everyday that you open the newspaper you see more coaches have been appointed and more structures have been put in place that must change existing structures (job creation for the proposer). No new ideas come to the fore that can actually improve our game, only suggestions copying structures that some other countries have in place. Dit bring my by die volgende vraag: Wat het van SA se eie rugby-identiteit geword? Dit is werklik

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vir my ’n skrikwekkende situasie. Is dit hoekom ons stadions leeg loop? Ek is bevrees rugby sal in sy totaliteit herkonstrueer moet word. ’n Nuwe bedeling! Die nuwe bedeling sal op besigheidsbeginsels bestuur moet word. Elke klub sal besluit teen wie hy wil speel en hoeveel wedstryde hy per jaar wil speel en wanneer hy die wedstryde wil speel. Hoe hy dit gaan finansier ens. Elke klub sal sy eie borge beding en homself na die volgende vlak van kompetisie promoveer. Jy bepaal dan jou eie professionaliteit en plek in die land se rugby-hiërargie. Die Stormers is uit die aard van die saak slegs ’n klub vir ’n sekere tyd van die seisoen. Hoekom kan alle klubs nie dieselfde geleenthede kry nie? Is die huidige argaïese stelsel nie diskriminerend nie? The parasites can then be removed from the system within a year or two. If you make a contribution and you are successful, you will survive. If not, you will find yourself out on the pavement. Rugby has got many functions in society. But for amateurs to run a professional system has never been a success and will and cannot work in future. Rugby het by die kruispad gekom en daar sal drastiese en ingrypende veranderings moet plaasvind in SARU. Die goeie nuus is dat daar vir seker vir elke man ’n plekkie onder die son is. Dit is die goeie nuus. Om dit oop te skop is die moeiliker stukkie.


“10 WEEKS TO A SUMMER BODY!” Nic Lotter is a certified Personal Trainer at Proactive Fitness, he is passionate about the human body. The body has a unique ability to be altered by tailored dieting and specific training methods. Under normal circumstances, the body adapts beautifully to externally imposed demands, which any individual can embark upon, such as a calorie restricted diet and consistent resistance training as well as a structured cardio program, these three main pillars yield results which Nic is all too familiar with! “10 weeks to a lean, shredded Summer body!” is the challenge he has given himself. He would like to prove that one can lean down on a budget and without any chemical fat burners or steroids. As a competitive athlete within the bodybuilding and fitness industry, he understands what it takes to achieve these highly desired results. He would love to share his personal journey to a summer body with all those who are interested in seeing that well known saying played out, ‘what you put in, is what you get out’, or in the case of a calorie restricted diet...what you DON’T put in. He has gone through a very ‘relaxed’ winter, otherwise known as an “off-season” for the competitive fitness athlete. During this period, he was not calorie restricting himself as he would when preparing for the fitness stage, even though his training was still quiet intense. Unfortunately the photos we have of his progress are not good enough quality for print media. The ‘AFTER’ picture is from 2015, just before he climbed on stage for IFBB Western Provincials – we have featured it here, as proof that what he is attempting, he has done before with fantastic results. So watch this space for a more revealing update on his progress and his results. His 10 weeks began on the 10th of October 2016 – he would love to invite you to follow his progress on Facebook, either personally via his name or via Proactive Fitness’s Facebook page. He will be posting weekly pictures, to his body transformation, as well as his daily meals, supplementation intake and his various training methods. This 10 week transformation is also to launch his upcoming You Tube – Fitness channel, whereby he will be sharing his passion for health, fitness and the joys of living a disciplined life, as a family man. Or pop in at Proactive Fitness to see for yourself!

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The Hermanus Property Market today REDZetc started operating in July 2013 and since inception has grown to more than 100 independent contractor agents throughout the Western Cape, Garden Route, Gauteng, Limpopo and Mpumalanga. Not a single agent has been recruited, but have all joined the company of their own accord and were all previously known by Pam Snyman, the company principal, or have been referred to REDZetc by people that believe in this innovative brand and its culture of absolute compliance, integrity, transparency, expertise and passion. In Hermanus and surrounds REDZetc currently has 16 top agents operating from Botrivier to Stanford and as we have mentioned in the past it is very important that real estate agents understand and have insight into the market in which they operate. The economy of real estate is very localised and one can never generalise with respect to ‘the property market’. You have to consider local conditions with respect to sales and values as they are influenced by supply and demand in the particular area.

Hermanus ranks 74th in the country out of 828 towns in respect of median sales prices Property sale prices have increased as follows over the past year: Freehold by 15.72%, Sectional Title units by 11.5% and unbuilt erven by 20.8%

This information is a real eye-opener and should assist property sellers or potential purchasers in Hermanus in their decision-making process from an investment perspective. Real estate price increases in these economic turbulent times are truly a positive indicator for Hermanus and the surrounding areas. Should you require any further information or a market-related estimation of a property’s current market value, just call on Pam (082 8000 867) or any REDZetc estate agent who will gladly assist. Our website address is www.redzproperties.co.za.

Here follows some interesting information regarding the Hermanus property market over the past twelve months (Information has been gleened from the Lightstone town reports) • • • • • • • • • •

There are 13 443 freehold residential properties in Hermanus, 1 225 Sectional Scheme properties, 2 319 freeholds in estates and 442 Sectional Schemes in estates. A total of 17 429 properties. 54% of property owners have owned their properties for 11 years or longer 40% of purchasers fall within the age group 50 – 64 years 42% of sellers are 65 years or older 227 homes in estates have sold at an average price of R1 678 000 545 freehold homes have sold at an average price of R1 902 000 126 sectional title units have sold at an average of R1 243 000 70 unbuilt erven have sold in estates at an average of R357 000 124 freehold erven have sold at an average of R338 000 Total properties transferred from 1 December 2015 until 30 November 2016 is 1092, totaling a grand sum of R1 641 123 000

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DIE STORIE VAN ’N HUIS “Waar kom die huis vandaan?” word ek baie gevra ... Dit was 20 jaar gelede toe ek en my twee seuns in Onrus beland het, ek met ’n loopbaan in die klere bedryf en die seuns met die see as hulle nuwe speelplek.

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ie aanhoudende ritte Kaapstad toe, het vir my te veel geword en ek het besluit om my klerefabriek Hermanus toe te skuif. Maar ek wou regtig nie elke dag in die industriële gebied gaan werk nie. Plan B was om nog ’n huis te bou, wat kon dien as werkplek en verblyf bied vir my patroonontwerper. Dis toe dat ek die erf met die baie bome langs die Telkomgebou ontdek. Dit was ’n klein oase met groot akker- kurk- en geelhoutbome, met ’n gaatjie in die middel waar ek kon bou. Daardie jare het ek baie na Italië gereis en was gefassineer deur die eenvoud van hul boustyl, vierkantig met baie afwerking. My opdrag aan die bouer was dus; bou 10 meter by 10 meter dubbel en die afwerking sal volg.

Die onderste leefareas was gevul met masjiene, in plaas van meubels. Die slaapkamer was kantore en op die boonste vlak ’n klein woonstel. Die jong huis het gou persoonlikheid ontwikkel en die bome het floreer met die boorgatwater. Ek wou nie middae huistoe gaan nie, ek wou in die tuin loop en na die voëls luister. Die huis het met my gepraat, ’n gevoel gehad, ’n ou siel en ons het begin”bond”. Dit het vanselfsprekend geword dat ek hier moes kom bly. Ek het begin deur ’n klipdeel aan te bou. Ek wou dit self doen en met baie teenstribbel het die seuns en hulle maats help bou. Dit was ’n hele nuwe ervaring vir my, elke klip het ’n uitdaging geword om op die regte plek staan te maak. Die seuns het gekla en gekerm maar ek het volhard. “Hierdie is ons handewerk vir ons nageslag” het my spreekwoord geword. Ek het voor dakhoogte opgegee en ’n “regte” bouspan laat klaar bou. Aan die agterkant het ’n glaskamer gevolg en ’n nuwe slaapkamer vir Geon. Waterfonteine tussen die bome het nog meer voëls gelok en my klein oase het nou ’n blyplek geword. Toe die klerebedryf jare later te moeilik raak en my “landlord” besluit hy wil liewer die Godfree Cottages as restaurant gebruik het ek my twee winkels Pourelle en Pourhomme opgegee en my

klere bedryf na binnehuise dekor verander. Die boonste vlak is verander in ’n werkswinkel, nog kamers met badkamers en met ’n studio vir my. Ek kon uiteindelik ’n spesiale plek inrig vir my versameling ou boeke. Nie gepak volgens titels en name nie, maar volgens kleur. My eie klein biblioteek. Een Desembermaand het Hennie Niemann Sr. my “showroom” gehuur vir sy kunswerke en antieke meubels. Hy het die plekkie “The Small Gallery” gedoop. Toe Hennie na die Onrus Gallery skuif, het ek voort gegaan met “The Small Gallery”. Ek en die Huis het deur die jare hartseer en pyn gedeel maar ook baie vreugde en geluk ervaar. Die huis het my platform van kreatiwiteit geword. Hier kan ek myself uitleef in my eie droomwêreld. Die huis en ek verstaan mekaar. My beste tye; wanneer my ou vriendin Pam kom kuier en ons die esels in die tuin uitdra en heeldag staan en skilder tussen die bome, met die voëls wat musiek maak, heeltemal tevrede en gelukkig.

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Situated in a quiet close in Onrusrivier, this cottage offers: • 2 Bedrooms • 2 Full Bathrooms • Open-plan Kitchen/Dining/Lounge area • Single Garage with a big Loft Room upstairs 3

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This neat and well-maintained cottage is situated in a popular security complex within easy and close access to the new Whale Coast Shopping Mall which is to be completed towards the end of 2017, excellent schools, other necessary amenities as well as the scenic cliff path and the Sandbaai beach. Exciting wineries, restaurants, cycling and other activities are literally “just up the road” in the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley with Hermanus, known as the Heme world’s most famous whale watching town and its amazing sceneries, only 6 km away.

Hennie van Zyl 083 250 9501 hvanzyl@vzk.co.za

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