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Trailer - Ad posted by Lee-Ann Dewet
Trailer for sale!!
AS GOOD AS NEW!!
Spend 7 nights at the Royal Atlantic, Cape Town.
Check in 27-12-2019 and check out 03-01-2020.
2 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit, (6 sleeper). Suitable for 4
adults and 2 kids under 12.
Self catering unit.
ID will be required when making a booking and when
We are a new holistic training facility at the V&A Waterfront Cape Town and currently have a practice room available. Already offering a wide range of functional fitness services, we would like to work with another health care professional which fits our vision and working philosophy.
For more information please contact us at email@example.com.
Attention Arsenal Supporters in Cape Town
Looking for an authentic match day vibe in Cape Town? Want to experience the joy of celebrating a goal with fellow Arsenal Supporters? Then please join us for all live games at the following venue and become part of the official Arsenal supporters club in Cape Town.
· 155 Main Road, Plumstead @ Bounce
We have a fantastic support base and we sure that when you enjoy the atmosphere you would never want to watch a game anywhere else. We are the official supporters club and with that our members enjoy fantastic benefits.
The club contact details are:
Our website www.arsenacapetown.com
The unique Rooibos plant (Aspalathus linearis) is only found in the rugged Cederberg Mountains 250 km north of Cape Town, South Africa.
Rooibos has many uses: Drink it as a health-enhancing tea, or use it as a magic ingredient to add nutritional value, health benefits, colour and flavour to food, drinks and other products.
Rooibos Limited is the market leader and preferred supplier to the industry since 1954, with a global market share of about 70%.
From its humble origins in the rugged Cederberg region of the Western Cape, the Rooibos industry has charted phenomenal growth, accumulating along the way a history as colourful as the land from which it comes.
What began as little more than a cottage industry around the turn of the century has evolved in strength and efficiency into the fully privatised company that processes and markets Rooibos worldwide. As a result of the Rooibos market collapsing after the Second World War, the Clanwilliam Tea Cooperative was established in 1948.
At request of the Cooperative, the Minister of Agriculture appointed the Rooibos Tea Board in 1954, with the defined goals of regulating marketing, stabilising prices, and improving and standardising quality.
A new era began for the Rooibos industry, as the Board’s leadership guided the industry in its first definite steps towards real stability and prosperity. Since that time, the industry has made steady progress, refining its production methods and increasing distribution.
The Board was privatised in 1993 and the fully privatised company Rooibos Limited, an unlisted public company, was established.