Newsletter #80 | Plett Food Film Festival – Delicious Film │Compelling Food
Eating Pizza - Newsletter #80

With the Plett Food Film Festival just around the corner, our focus is on the guest celebs, fantastic films and and scrumptious food that will be savoured over the three day event. The festival of film takes place during our annual MAD festival, and with Reza ...more

Plett through to round 2 of Kwêla ‘Dorp van die Jaar’ competition
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CONGRATULATIONS PLETT! Plett has made it through to second round of Kwêla’s Dorp van die Jaar competition.

Let’s make it to the final round!

Nominate ‪‎Plett as your favourite town and stand a chance to showcase the town and all that live here! SMS the word Plettenberg Bay to ...more


Lunchbox Theatre heads off to Zimbabwe
Lunchbox Theatre children’s rights show ‘Ilifa – the Inheritance'

Lunchbox Theatre is very proud to be jetting off to the Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA) from 27th April till 5th May. We are taking our children’s rights show ‘Ilifa – the Inheritance’ that appeared on the Main Program of the Grahamstown National Arts Festival in 2014.

Our trip to HIFA ...more


Plett, Knysna truly playground of rich
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Article by Yolande Stander, The Herald

OFTEN dubbed the playground of the rich and famous, Plettenberg Bay and Knysna can now officially claim the title. This year's wealth report shows South Africa's super rich find the two coastal towns the most popular to live in.

Not only do Plett and Knysna top the ...more


Calamity Jane – An unusual success story, by Jack Mudd
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By Jack Mudd, Plett local and author.

"Hi Lucy, it's Eve. I am bringing this tiny Bushbuck fawn for you. I found it badly broken, but alive after it and its mother got hit by a truck on our dirt road... shame its mother did not survive... Don't worry, I raced it off to Andre Reitz who has ...more


Plett’s emerging wine industry
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Article by Kate Liquorish on Food 24

10 years ago you’d never have guessed that Plettenberg Bay would be producing award-winning wines and MCCs.

Lo and behold, as you drive along the N2 between Knysna and the Crags, you’ll see sign after sign for their fantastic new showcase of South African wine ...more


Harvest Time in the Plett Winelands
Harvest, Plett Winelands, 2015

It's harvest time in the Plett Winelands & our estates have been working hard over the last couple of weeks to bring in the fruit that will make our award-winning Plett Wine & Bubbly!

SABC News was on site to film the harvest, and until we can show you their footage, here are a few photos from Newstead, Bramon and Plettenvale to give you a glimpse of the activity.

 

 


StreetSmart diners raise R25 000 in Plettenberg Bay
StreetSmart role players in Plettenberg Bay

StreetSmart SA, an organisation dedicated to helping street children rebuild their lives through donations from restaurants in the Western Cape and Gauteng,has handed over R25 000 to Masizame Projects, their Plettenberg Bay beneficiary for 2015. The handover took place at the well known The Fat ...more


Valentine’s Day Specials
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Is there a more romantic place than Plett to spend Valentine's Day with the one you love? Take a look at what's happening in town this 14th of Feb and treat that 'someone special' in your life to a romantic night out.

 

If music be the food of love, play on

Internationally recognized multi-instrumentalist, Guy ...more


Chas Everitt’s Property Times praises Plett Tourism
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We extend a warm Plett welcome to all visitors to our gorgeous Bay!

Once again our beautiful town is fully booked for the season. The Plett Tourism Association has done a wonderful job in 2014 and one can feel the exciting vibe in Plett with many new events taking place, and in the pipeline. Plett's new ...more


Caring for our ocean is caring for our future
The launch of the Plett Hope Spot

Hope Spots are special places that are critical to the health of the ocean. Some of these Hope Spots are already formally protected, while others still need defined protection. Plett has been recognised as one of 50 Hope Spots around the globe. The programme’s ambassador and founder, Dr Sylvia Earle, has set up an ...more


Introducing the Plett Winelands
Andersons Wines in Plett

It’s been a busy 2014! Plett Tourism has introduced the Plett Winelands, taken Plett’s award-winning vineyards to the Joburg and PE wine shows, launched the first Sasfin Plett Wine & Bubbly Festival and put together the Plett Winelands Hiking Trails – to be launched in 2015!

Plett Tourism chairman Peter ...more