Accoustix Backpackers Hostel
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... TAX ID number on the invoice, so I call the shop and the girl had no idea what it was...I should mention that this is a legal requirement in SA that you must put your business' VAT registration number on all tax invoice receipts. Sooo the mysterious absence was a little....curious. I kept calling while I was waiting for Virgin to open their support desk. She was waiting for her manager to answer her phone calls. So the Virgin desk opens and I talk to ...
... pressing against the driver's window until the lights change. They disappear at nightfall, when the atmosphere seems to change; gates are locked, the guards are out, and if you're driving you don't bloody stop under any circumstances. Speaking of driving, it's an interesting exercise - anything and everything valuable goes in the boot, windows are left down half an inch (makes them harder to smash), lock the car doors before you drive out the gate. If you think a car ...
... he donates profits from his business helping the community
with school uniforms, food and a food garden. He also has created three full
time positions with his business including himself.
We next visited Wandile Solombela, who has created 13 jobs. His business,
Shweshwepoppis designs and produces dolls, key chains and other fun things from
Shweshwe material employing local seamstresses to produce. They take the drawings
from kids in the neighborhood and ...
N P and M will go to the cradle of humankind world heritage site
Link to Cradle of Humankind website
We will be back in JoBurg in time for the stag and hen parties in the ...
... left the car and the girl came back awhile later alone. She sat down and began to play her music super loud. Two (one white, one black) of the older women was especially irritated at this behavior and gave her a 5 minute lecture on respect in both Afrikaans and English, simply asking her to use her headphones we all saw her using earlier. She became seriously heated and blasted her music even more (remember I am next to her). Upon hearing the ...