Eiusmod tempor incididunt
Their Twitter headline reads “We are a low-cost internet service provider.” Reading it further, you get a simplified breakdown of what you do and don’t need to be connected. We are outside, the Sunday weather allows us. I’m no dendrologist (that’s what a tree-ologist is, right?) but this big tree somehow makes a great add-on to the ambiance of the day.
For The Love of Cooking (FTLOC)
FTLOC is a chance to introduce and promote camping to the people of the Eastern Cape. It’s a boastfulness about the province and the food that originates from it. All of this happening in a relaxed environment with great food and music that attaches itself as well as the day to your memory….
Words, we use them every day but often, we don’t give them that much thought. The thing about words is that they cause a reaction in us, whether it’s good or bad. They make us feel things and they leave us with impressions about people, places and things. When they are used on their own it’s hard to make sense of them but when you use them together, they tell a story. Here are a few words that may seem unrelated but together tell a story; Jazzy, rustic, mustard, sustainable, chilled, contemporary, casual, recycle, art. These are just some of the words that one can use to describe different aspects of the same place, The Mustard: a jazzy and rustic casual dining restaurant located in Vincent, East London. They celebrated their first birthday on April 14 and this is just the beginning. They hope to have their launch soon in celebration of their first birthday but also to introduce themselves to the East London community. Who is The Mustard? The mustard is a rustic and contemporary dining restaurant with chilled vibes. As you walk in through their doors, you are met with the comfortability and subtle cosiness of the main […]
Onke Ngacu – Engineer at GIBB & SAICE ( Amathole) Chairperson
Ms Onke Ngacu, a Technologist at GIBB East London Office in the Water & Infrastructure Sector, has been appointed as SAICE Chairperson for the Amathole Region for 2018/19. Ngacu was born in Mthatha , the capital city of the former Transkei. She has been living in East London for the last ten years. Being inspired by a love to improve the lives around her Ngacu, studied civil engineering at the former PETech, now known as Nelson Mandela University. In 2012 she graduated for her Btech through the GIBB bursary scheme. For the last 10 years she has been working at GIBB as a business developer, project manager, engineer’s representative and junior designer on mostly rural water supply projects. Ngacu’s passion is in assisting others to be the best they can be hence being one of the founding members of Women in Engineering in the Amathole region. This initiative was born out of concern about the marginalisation of women in the engineering profession. This initiative continues to gain traction as it focuses on assisting on a one-to-one basis with registration, mentoring younger women engineers and offer career guidance for high school learners who pursue engineering as a career. She recently did […]