We also heard from Nathan Roberts and Randy McKnight – Owners of Sibanye Restaurant. Sibanye, meaning (we are one in Xhosa) is a new restaurant that opened in Mandela Park, Hout Bay. The restaurant is said to be the talk of the town where you get a cultural infusion expressed through food, atmosphere and experience. If you plan to go for lunch, booking is essential. To make reservations call 082 568 7978 or visit their website www.sibanye-restaraunt.comPicture By: Sasha Forbes
Nigel Vermaas – Our Arts fundi was here to tell us what’s hot and what’s not in the art sector.
We closed off the show with an interview with Sipho Makhasa – from the Institute of Waste Management. According to the Institute, South Africans needs to be educated on the importance of recycling waste to help slow the release of methane gas into the atmosphere. IWM president Vincent Charnley said there were 1 200 landfill sites which not only compounded the problem of asthma because of the quality of air, but also affected marine creatures as they were exposed to mercury. Mr Makhasa explained more about the importance of recycling. For more information you can call the Institute on (011) 675 3462/4 or visit their website www.iwmsa.co.za