People

Women at the helm

Vanessa van Greunen has been one of the driving forces behind probably the most popular restaurant and music venue in Hartbeespoort for the past 18 years. Together with her father and daughter – the family has a successful recipe that they consistently stick to.
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Die lang man met die rasperstem

Op ‘n koue wintersoggend sit Dozi hemploos voor ‘n kaggelvuur in sy sitkamer. Ou kitare hang aan die muur. ‘n Handgemaakte Mervyn Davis-kitaar lê op die rusbank. “My gunsteling”, sê die rasperstem.
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Shoot for the moon

Hartbeespoort’s Mrs Africa and Mrs Transcontinental, Lorna Greyling, is soon laying down the crown, but she is adamant about keeping the platform in order to uplift young girls and make them believe in themselves and what they can do.
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Vet of the year

Hartbeespoort veterinarian, Le-Anne Kleynhans was recently awarded the prestigious Animal Talk “Top Dog” Veterinary Excellence Award for 2017.
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Creating champions

To become an international gymnastics judge is no mean feat. Gymnast, coach and judge, Christo Malan from Hartbeespoort is one of only five international judges in South Africa and has just returned from Australia where he judged at the Commonwealth Games. He is now fired up to help South African gymnasts excel internationally.
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Giving a hoot

Hartbeespoort owl conservationist and writer, Danelle Murray, is a woman of many talents with many stories to tell. Danelle and her husband, Brendan, run an owl rescue centre in Hartbeespoort and she has just published a book, My Dark Country: A culture of violence, about the family’s traumatic experiences as victims of several violent crimes.
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Globetrotting Chef Alix

Hartbeespoort globetrotting chef, Alix Verrips’s newly published book Brunch across 11 countries has been shortlisted for the Gourmand Best in the World book awards.
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Touria cooks Moroccan

Subtle spices and intriguing flavour combinations – Touria Vally’s Moroccan cuisine is homemade food, made with love.
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Running pretty

Juggling pharmaceutical studies and a professional athletics career is not a piece of cake, but promising athlete Ariane Nel from Hartbeespoort firmly believes there is enough time for everything… you just have to put in the extra hours.
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