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Speaker: Eddie Chinnappen - Sr. Manager Strategic Operations
Address: Propnet Building | 1 Adderley Street | 4th Floor Room 404B | 8001 | Cape Town | South Africa
• 3:00PM-04:30PM: Tokara Stellenbosch
Speaker: Catherina Heunis - Finance Director
Topic: South Africa's Wine Industry
Address: Helshoogte Road (R310), Stellenbosch, Western Cape
... light entry to the tree they have to be cut away to create 'windows' in the tree. This job requires training and good judgement which is difficult for farms in South Africa due to their largely poorly educated and undertrained labourers. This is a major problem that they face with their workforce. At the right time of year buds must also be pruned to limit the amount of fruit each branch will carry. If a branch is asked to carry too much it could break due to the ...
Today's activities started with a joint decision to have a very light breakfast. So a 15 minute stroll down the hill from our hotel looking for a LIGHT breakfast ended up with eggs benedict and bacon and eggs. A walk through the botanical gardens (beggars as usual) and government area. The first squirrel I saw was cute. The next thousand weren't as cute! So with that light breakfast we grabbed some even lighter sandwiches (yes Di from Woolworths!) and back up to the hotel. By this ...
Day 7 Left Hermanus in the pouring rain, Mike at the wheel because I was being wimpish about driving a manual car and we didn't add another driver! In hindsight this was silly because the roads are practically empty and pretty straight. A long drive today mainly through farm land with the mountains running along the left of us. To entertain Mike I educated us on Cape Town's history from Lonely Planet's guide to Cape Town. So much more interesting when you ...
... us and were perfectly self sufficient. That seemed like the commonality among all our patients today but it was good to be able to ask them questions to fulfill our curiosities about their lives and how they live. Everyone was very helpful.
We had another patient today by the name of Christine. She was a middle aged lady also that was bed ridden. Before we went into the house our care worker gave us a little background on the patient and we ...