Somerset West Koos Kombuis: Sunset Concerts

Koos Kombuis op sy Beste!! – A legend in his own time

Date:- 25 February 2018

Time:- From 17:00 until 19:00

Address:-
At cnr. Helderberg Nature Reserve Road / Verster Avenue, Somerset West
Helderberg Nature Reserve Road / Verster Avenue, Somerset West
https://www.facebook.com/helderbergnaturereserve/

Price:-
R50 – R80 P.P.

ALL PROCEEDS from the #SunsetConcerts contribute to Conservation of the Helderberg Nature Reserve.

Opening Act: Parel Vallei High Show Band

Koos Kombuis is considered one of the best lyricists in South African music. One of his most popular hits is “Lisa se Klavier”, which has been covered by Laurika Rauch and The Parlotones and translated into Dutch, Portuguese and English. He has collaborated with the Belgian artist Stef Bos on two albums and Stef has recorded Koos’ song “Onder in My Whiskeyglas”.
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For the past two days, the employees have been demonstrating outside the mine in Mpumalanga demanding for their salaries to be paid.
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Johannesburg MMC for public safety Michael Sun told TimesLIVE on Wednesday that land invasions were taking place in a manner that was not meant to help destitute people who wanted to erect a shack for a place to stay.
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Search for missing South African-British nationals deepens as traces of blood was found in car

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The couple left their last trace at a secluded bush lodge in the rolling hills of Zululand in northern KwaZulu-Natal. What befell them from the time their 4X4 made the arduous climb on a gravel road out of the valley is unknown.
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The Bishops of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa are concerned that citizens are effectively paying for the impact of corruption through a hike in Value-Added Tax (VAT).

The bishops expressed their “deep concern” at the hike by one percentage point to 15% announced in Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s “tough but hopeful” budget speech.
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Port Elizabeth: Teenager ambushed, left for dead on the way to school

A teenage schoolgirl was ambushed, dragged into the bushes and left for dead while walking to Linkside High School on Wednesday morning (21/02/18).

The attack happened less than 1km from the school shortly after 8am – while the girl was running late for class.
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how did Morris “KGB” Tshabalala survive in the SAPS for so long considering his record and continued criminal activity?

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Continuing the tradition at Nasrec in December 2017, pressure was also allegedly placed on the SAPS to launder R45-million to buy votes. Details of this and other horrors of the Shadow State were revealed by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate at a Scopa report-back on Tuesday. The clean-up has begun. 
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Barbaric! – Marikana men drank blood of their victim

They dipped their fingers in his blood, some scooped it with their hand and drank it. They also put it in a bottle and left with it, court hears.

A group of men drank the blood of a man they had killed, the North West High Court heard on Wednesday.
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Durban’s Umhlanga beach closed in wake of sewage spill

Umhlanga has been forced to close its beaches after a pipe burst‚ spilling sewage into the water and the promenade.

A sewage spill in the plush Durban suburb of Umhlanga has forced the closure of all its beaches.
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Farm murder suspect killed in attempted farm attack

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LIMPOPO – Baloyi and three other suspects, Tobias Moyo (44), Fanie Makwaka (25) and Chris Langa (31) were on 29 November 2017 each granted R1 000 bail by the Groblersdal Magistrate’s Court after they were arrested in connection with the murder of 64-year-old Herman Botha at his Kameeldoring residence last year.
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Television critic Thinus Ferreira lodged a complaint against the state broadcaster for its coverage of the Black Monday protests against farm murders in November 2017.
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Six die in a brutal police station attack at Ngcobo Police Station in the Eastern Cape

The chairperson of the portfolio committee on police has called for CCTV cameras to be installed in police stations across the country following the killing of five police officers and a soldier this morning.

Francois Beukman said the installation of the cameras would be an urgent implementation of police station safety which was in line with strong recommendations made by his team.
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Convicted Fraudster, Schabir Shaik is too busy to go to jail

Schabir Shaik is not being hauled back to jail. Instead the convicted fraudster is “very busy” at his Morningside home in Durban.

On Monday as hundreds of Twitter and Facebook users shared a hoax tweet claiming that he was going to be rearrested‚ the terminally ill parolee’s schedule was full.
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