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Scandal: Societi Bistro in Cape Town operates as a Society Brothel!

 

The talk of the restaurant industry in Cape Town currently is the exploitation of male waiters working at Societi Bistro, performing sexual acts with its owner Peter Weetman and a number of gay diners at the restaurant.

The exposé was published in the Weekend Argus a week ago, and revealed that six waiters had contacted the newspaper. A follow-up story was published this past weekend. Continue reading →

Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 15 of Level 1, 15 October 2021

 

Friday 15 October 2021, day 15 of Level 1 😷

Corona Gratitude 🙏

#grateful for a day with a difference, posting for my clients in the morning; for a meeting at the Tidal Pool with two Lifesaving managers, after an incident with a very cheeky lifesaver a week ago; for a coriander, chive and spinach plant shop at Starke Ayres, sadly with very poor service from interns, not knowing the difference between lettuce and spinach 😱; for meeting the management of Dineplan at their offices in Dean Street Arcade in Newlands; for meeting Rose Klein and Hans-Werner Klein for tea/coffee at Harvest Café in Newlands Quarter 🌹, and meeting the owner of Continue reading →

Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 93 of Level 1, 22 December 2020

 

Tuesday 22 December 2020, Day 93 of Level 1, Day 272 of Lockdown 😷

Corona Gratitude 🙏

#Grateful for a most beautiful day at close to 30C, with very little wind this afternoon even though the mountains were shrouded in clouds; for an early trip to the Waterfront, where Brian Van Hansen took some pics after he’d finished playing the piano for breakfast at The Table Bay Hotel, which I needed for my Tour Guiding Operator in Canada; for Brian accompanying me in running through the Waterfront, doing last minute shopping and chores before Christmas; for the Waterfront having a Covid Marshall, addressing people not wearing their masks; for getting my car wheel pressure indicator reset, still not being able to do it after 5 years, Hennie Kriel having spoilt me at Audi; for spoiling myself with a Dairy Den ice cream; for a walk through a reasonably busy Camps Bay; for a special call with Barbara Lenhard, not having spoken since she and Florian returned to Germany 8 months ago, and hoping to fly to Cape Town tomorrow evening; for having dinner at Utopia with Vivian Warby this evening; and for being happy and healthy. 🙏💙 Continue reading →

Have Cape Town’s beaches become a political beach ball, Film shoots cancelled by Police Minister Bheki Cele! Beaches quieter than expected!

 

Yesterday a visit to Camps Bay beach as well as eight other Cape Town beaches by Police Minister Bheki Cele appeared to develop into a political beach ball between the ANC-led Government and the DA-led City of Cape Town, a mask-wearing mission by the Minister resulting in him closing down a film shoot set up to take place just in front of the Lifesaving building on the Camps Bay Beach.

According to news reports the City of Cape Town is to seek a reversal of the film shoot ban in the High Court, via an urgent interdict! Continue reading →