RIhanna’s Diamond World Tour at Soccer City FAQs

Rihanna Diamonds World Tour comes to South Africa

Rihanna Navy, the moment has arrived. The starlet is making her way to South Africa once again. Only this time she’ll be the headline act and she’ll be shining like the diamond that she is. Rihanna’s Diamonds World Tour kicks off in South Africa this coming Sunday and believe you me it is going to be epic! A lot of you will be making your way to the FNB Stadium on Sunday and you might have a few questions for organisers. So here’s a little something that might answer those questions you might have:

JOHANNESBURG FAQ

 

Show Information:

Gates Open: 5pm

GTA (Opening Act):  6.30pm

Rihanna: 8pm

Please note times are subject to change. We recommend arriving early to avoid queues.

 

Venue Map & Information:

Please view the venue map sent with this document.

Don’t forget to bring with you on the day: your tickets, ID (if you intend to consume alcohol), cash (NO ATMs on site) and appropriate clothes for any weather conditions.

Prohibited Items

Umbrellas, motorbike helmets, cameras or recording devices including tablets (iPads) are NOT permitted.

Food and beverages will be available for sale inside and outside the stadium. No food or beverages (including alcohol) may be brought to the stadium and no drinking will be allowed in any areas other than the licensed public bars outside and inside the stadium. Security will confiscate any alcohol in the car parks, and refuse entry into the venue to any persons that are intoxicated.

Please note that tickets are not available to purchase at the stadium. SAPS will be taking action to anyone caught buying or selling tickets or illegal merchandise outside the venue.

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Are you The Ultimate Braai Master?

Do you consider yourself to be an awesome braai-er? Have you got a dream of showing the rest of the nation how it is done? Well here’s your chance. SABC 3, Pick n Pay and Cooked in Africa films are looking for you.

The Ultimate Braai Master television show is the brainchild of Justin Bonello, who is famous for his bush cooking and culinary delights around the continent in the form of a few very successful TV shows. This show is will launch later this year and it will roll out as a 13-part reality TV show. Bonello will select fifteen teams that will consist of a Braai Master and a Braai Buddy. Those teams together with Bonello will be visiting 13 different locations, in a 52-day adventure. The winner stands a chance of pocketing R500 000, a car and of course the title of the “Ultimate Braai Master”.

Sounds great right? Well it will be, but it wont be a walk in the park as Bonello says. “To earn The Ultimate Braai Master title, teams will have to sign up for a 52 day road trip, during which time they’ll be expected to occasionally catch their own food, source their ingredients under the toughest conditions, and cook to a standard of culinary excellence that will thrill our judges and raise the bar on the kinds of meals that can be produced on an open fire.”

Keen. Well you need to:

 

–   Be a food lover who is slightly above average in the cooking department.

–   Be 18 years and older

–   Have a valid driver’s license.

 

You need to enter online at www.ultimatebraaimaster.com by no later than Monday, 27 April.

 

This is something I would love to enter; unfortunately my culinary skills are all that great. So you needn’t worry about me 😉 Enter now good people!

The Oscars 2012 – The Artist, The Muppets win

Time for the Music awards. Penelope Cruz and Owen Wilson are presenting the award for Best Original Score.

Best Original Score goes to Ludovic Bource for The Artist.

“Wow. I want to pay tribute to the power of the music and I want to thank and pay tribute to my fellow nominees. I would like to thank the Academy and to all of you please accept me because I’ve got so much love to give.”

Will Farrell and Zack Galifianakis present the Best Original Song Award to:

“Man or Muppet” from The Muppets, Bret McKenzie

“Thank you Academy. I grew up in New Zealand watching The Muppets. I never thought I’d get to work with them. I was truly starstruck but once you get to know him he’s really just a frog and like so many stars here tonight, he really is short in real life.”

Springbok Rugby World Cup Squad

Here they are, the team that will travel to New Zealand next week to defend the Rugby World Cup Title. Come on the Bokke!!

Pat Lambie, Frans Steyn, Gio Aplon, Bryan Habana, JP Pietersen, Odwa Ndungane, Juan de Jongh, Jean de Villiers, Jaque Fourie, Butch James, Morne Steyn, Fourie du Preez, Francois Hougaard, Ruan Pienaar,Willem Alberts, Heinrich Brussow, Schalk Burger, Francois Louw, Pierre Spies , Bakkies Botha, Victor Matfield, John Muller, Danie Rossouw, Jannie du Plessis, CJ van der Linde, John Smit (c), Bismarck du Plessis, Chiliboy Ralepelle, Tendai Mtawarira, Gurthro Steenkamp.

Elma Smit wins Lady Rugga

SuperSport‘s search to find a female presenter who will join the boys in covering the Rucks and Mauls, talk about the penalty conversions, the scrums and the line-outs at this year’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand is done. A big congratulations goes out to Elma Smit who walked off with the title last night. She beat out thousands of other hopefuls to be crowned SuperSports Lady Rugga.  Judges Darren Scott, Naas Botha, Ashley Hayden and Elana Afrika decided Elma was the ultimate Lady Rugga. Elma is no stranger to the industry. She is a presenter on music channel MK for a show called Studio 1. She also presented for this year’s Varsity Cup and she’s a 5FM DJ. In general, fans on the Facebook page said they were chuffed with her win:

  • Congratulations Elma. You were absolutely fantastic and a deserved winner. We are rooting for you all the way and can’t wait for your first broadcast. From the biggest SHARK supporter thi

  • A HUUUUUUUUGE Congratulations to an amazing, most beautiful girl you’ll ever meet – Elma. SA will be well represented by you girl. Truly well deserved!
  • Baie geluk elma jy gaan ons girls se name hoog hou in die rugby, ek baie bly vir jou en geniet elke oomblike van dit!

I think Elma’s years of experience in this industry will be a huge advantage for her when she travels to World Cup in September. It’ll be hard work in that she not only has to deal with the fast-paced international press, the game itself along with all the players, coaches etc; the presenters on the channel who have been there for years and have their own knowledgeable opinions. We can get into the raw talent versus industry experience debate if we want. It’s an interesting debate we could chat about for a long time. Whatever your opinions are, Elma was the chosen one. Well done to her regardless.