March braai at Crunch,
Let’s Braai. The weather might look like the rain is never ending but rest asure, on Friday, when it’s the Crunch Braai, the prediction is for great weather. Hope to see you all there.
Remember your cutlery, plates, chairs, meat, glases & drinks.
Daar is nou geen verskoning om uit te mis nie…. maak ‘n nota van die datums.
Christmas Family Lunch
Sunday 24th December at 12 pm
If you are aware of any other events happening in the area, please post it on our Facebook Page, for everyone to enjoy.
Do you know anyone new to Australia and the Sunshine Coast, please invite them and make them feel welcome?
Stefan Basil Molyneux, an Irish-born Canadian podcaster and YouTuber talked to Steve Hofmeyr about South Africa.
The Discussion: “Is South Africa Headed For Civil War?“
Be Smart Online
In today’s age of the internet, there are lots of people out there trying to conn you, steal your identity, passwords etc. It is time you familiarise yourself with what is required to be safe online.
Don’t necessarily trust everyone that tells you they are there to help, do your homework.
If someone on the internet, for whatever reason, wants to connect to your computer, “To Help”, I recommend you don’t do it unless you know and trust the person. You might be quick to say that would not happen but believe me, it does and these guys are very slick, smooth and well prepared. You don’t expect anything and by providing a few details, to the friendly person on the other side, they could get access to your personal data and probably passwords which could have serious implications.
It might be a good idea to visit the “Staysmartonline” government website for more detail on how to be a bit smarter online.
It’s Braai Time at Crunch, on Friday 29 September 2017
Les is bringing his South African buddies all the way from South Africa to come and play at our braai this month.
On the last day of each month, we invite our customers to join us for a braaivleis (South African Barbeque).
Enjoy the music played by Les & Basie, and catch-up with other South Africans on the Sunshine Coast.
It’s a great way to get to know people.