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South Africa
We hire and also set up your dream Arabian / Moroccan / Indian/ Middle Eastern / Egyptian style party.  Low tables, stretch tents, draping, colourful cushions, props, cut outs and backdrops
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South Africa
Contact us for all your Arabian / Moroccan / Indian / Middle Eastern Themed Party Decor  We can help with items to hire or will do set up for you. Venue/tents Cushions Carpets Low tables Table cloths Overlays Props https:// www.facebook.com/   pages/   TNT-Events-Lets-Have-A-Blast/   (remove spaces to find link)
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South Africa
Call us for all your Arabian / Moroccan / Indian / Middle Eastern / Egyptian Themed Party Decor - we have items to hire and can also arrange set up for you: Low tables Cushions Tents Draping Lanterns Table cloths Overlays Themed props Entertainment
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South Africa
All Arabian / Moroccan / Indian type set up can be done. We also have a number of items to hire #secretstash
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South Africa
Doing a Indian wedding or any Indian function an need the décor? We hire brass decoration eg brass pots the coconuts go on, big an small brass cases, brass kettle(big and small) brass trays. Can be used for Moroccan team aswel. Can do Indian snacks an dishes as well. Please contact for more info. (deposits are required for hiring) pictures are only some of the things.
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South Africa
Take the schlep out of cooking with flavour, with the Rubs range from NoMU. A huge variety of spice and herb blends will come to the rescue of your cooking again and again. Loads of thought has gone into making these - they range from Cajun and Indian, to Poultry, Lamb and One-for-all and more in between. To make the most of these blends, simply rub into meat, fish, veggies or poultry, and cook as usual, or simply add to food to add a burst of flavour. Contain no MSG, additives, preservatives or artificial flavours. All rubs are halaal and kosher (Parev) certified. Only the roast rub and garam masala rub are completely sugar-free. Ingredients: Seafood - Salt, parsley, coriander, mustard, onion, sugar, black pepper, garlic, ginger, fennel, dill and lemon oil. Moroccan - Sugar, cumin, salt, coriander, black pepper, parsley, cinnamon, chilli, ginger, nutmeg, turmeric, cloves and orange oil. Cajun - Salt, sugar, smoked paproka (15%), mustard (12%), chilli, garlic, onion, cumin, black pepper, oregano (4%), thyme (3%) and parsley. Tandoori - Coriander, chilli, salt, cumin, paprika, ginger, sugar, tumeric, onion, garlic, mustard, caraway, cinnamon, bay leaves, cloves, white pepper and cardamom. Garam Masala - Coriander, mustard, caraway, cumin, cinnamon, bay leaves, cloves, white pepper and cardamom. Beef - Salt, paprika, sugar, coriander, mustard, thyme, rosemary, marjoram, parsley, onion, garlic, black pepper and cumin. Lamb - Onion, salt, sugar, mustard (12%), garlic (12%), parsley, rosemary (5%), thyme, oregano, black pepper, paprika and lemon oil. Provencal - Salt, mustard, parsley, sugar, rosemary, basil, fennel, black pepper, thyme, sage, oregano, marjoram and lavender. Sweet - Sugar (89%), cinnamon (8%), vanilla flavour, cloves, pimento and ginger. Coffee - Sugar, coffee (17%), salt, mustard, garlic, onion, coriander, black pepper, chilli, cumin, rosemary and thyme. African - Sugar, salt, coriander (13%), cumin (10%), black pepper, parsley, garlic, onion, chilli, mustard, tumeric, cinnamon, ginger and ajowan (2%). Spanish - Smoked paprika (21%), salt, sugar, chilli (6%), parsley, oregano (6%), garlic, onion, mustard, tumeric, black pepper, cumin (3%) and cinnamon. Indian - Coriander, salt, mustard, sugar, garlic, ginger, cumin, chilli, turmeric, onion, black pepper, enugreek, cardamom, caraway, cinnamon, bay leaves, cloves and white pepper. Italian - Sundried tomato (14%), salt, onion, rosemary, sugar, basil (9%), black pepper, parsley, garlic, oregano (3%), thyme, sage and olives. Poultry - Sugar, salt, paprika, mustard, onion, coriander, garlic, black pepper, marjoram, sage (5%), parsley, thyme (4%), tarragon and lemon oil (0.04%). Roast - Garlic (17%), onion, salt, rosemary (12%), parsley, black pepper, sage, thyme (5%), oregano, marjoram. Oriental - Coriander (14%), sugar, ginger (11%), salt, toasted sesame seeds, garlic, chilli (7%), onion, parsley, tumeric, cumin, basil, szecguan pepper, chives, lemongrass oil (0.1%) and lime oil. Peri - Peri - Sugar, salt, chilli (12%), smoked paprika (10%), garlic, onion, coriander, mustard, black pepper, parsley, cumin, oregano and ginger. BBQ - Sugar, smoked paprika, salt, coriander, black pepper, garlic, mustard, onion, parsley, marjoram and cumin.
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Barkly West (Northern Cape)
What we buy: -Yellow gold / White gold / Rose gold chains, bracelets, bangles, earings, rings, pendants... even gold teeth and fillings -gold Kruger rand, American eagle and English sovereign coins, medals or stamps -925 sterling silver jewellery, cutlery and tea sets, -high end Swiss made wrist watches with proof of purchase, -old European Gold pocket watches, -Dubai, Saudi Arabian and Indian gold jewellery, -broken or damaged gold in and form, -cut and polished diamonds 0.25ct upward What we pay for Gold today: 9ct gold - R180 per gram, 14ct gold - R280 per gram, 18ct gold - R360 per gram, 21ct gold - R420 per gram, 22ct gold - R440 per gram, 24ct gold - R480 per gram, 90% platinum - R300 per gram, 925 silver - R4 per gram. We buy pocket watches! High end watches. We also offer an option to pawn your valuables and redeem when suitable for you. We will come to anytime just call 0731624550
R 180
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Pretoria (Gauteng)
We have buyer for coin Jewelry and just coins Kruger coins gold Brass Kruger coins Silver coins All coin jewelry, rings, chains, earrings. Any coin jewelry. US buyer has R18900000 to spend on coin jewelry. Call us trusted gold buyers Coins for Africa looking to buy 0731624550 What we buy: -Yellow gold / White gold / Rose gold chains, bracelets, bangles, earings, rings, pendants... even gold teeth and fillings -gold Kruger rand, American eagle and English sovereign coins, medals or stamps -925 sterling silver jewellery, cutlery and tea sets, -high end Swiss made wrist watches with proof of purchase, -old European Gold pocket watches, -Dubai, Saudi Arabian and Indian gold jewellery, -broken or damaged gold in and form, -cut and polished diamonds 0.25ct upward Broken Jewelry What we pay for Gold today: 9ct gold - R180 per gram, 14ct gold - R280 per gram, 18ct gold - R360 per gram, 21ct gold - R420 per gram, 22ct gold - R440 per gram, 24ct gold - R480 per gram, 90% platinum - R300 per gram, 925 silver - R4 per gram. Diamonds: -R1000 per caret for a stone 0.25ct-0.4ct, -R2000 per caret for a stone 0.50ct-0.9ct, -R3000 per caret for a stone 1.0ct-1.4ct, -R4000 per caret for a stone 1.5ct-2.0ct. (provided stones are colour D-N, clarity better than SI 2 and stones are not chipped or damaged.) We also offer an option to pawn your valuables and redeem when suitable for you. We will come to you ! Just call us ! 0731624550 or 0715358428
R 2.000
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South Africa
Venue for Baby Shower, Bridal Shower, Weddings and Birthday Events Halaal Venue with Full decor Setup for Baby showers, Bridal Showers, High Tea and Intimate Weddings Decor Consist: Tables setup with Silver Underplates Mirror Centre pieces with Vases Runners Chairs with Chair covers Glasses with Serviettes Baby shower decor Bridal Shower Decor including Naughty novelties Hanging Lanterns Colour Co-ordination Moroccan and Arabian Decor Catering : Strictly Halaal or Vegetarian Inclusive of Welcome drinks and Coldrinks Email For A quote: Shanaaz +27 073-8880572 ( Cell ) +27 0738879727 +27 011 0518058 www.gaia-events.blogspot.com
R 180
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Johannesburg (Gauteng)
Subtitle: 25 Simple Menus to Pamper Family and Friends Author: Gordon Ramsay Publisher: Sterling Epicure () ISBN-10:  ISBN-13: Condition: Very Good - Slight bumping at top of spine Binding: Softcover Pages: 256 Dimensions: 25.2 x 20 x 2.5 cm +++ by Gordon Ramsay +++ Gordon Ramsay's Sunday Lunch has 25 full menus ranging from traditional roasts and comforting desserts to Indian and Moroccan themed feasts. Along with the recipes, he offers helpful culinary hints on every aspect of preparation. There's nothing better than family and friends sharing a big home-cooked meal.   A passion for books and a passion for collecting fine editions was the recipe that created the successful group of bookshops in Johannesburg called Bookdealers. The group started thirty years ago with one store in the quirky suburb of Yeoville and has grown through the years to a total of five shops, plus our online sales. Bookdealers is well-known for its collectable and used books. We also have a large variety of remaindered books sourced from around the world.  If you collect from one of our five branches there is no delivery charge. We also offer postal delivery (when available) and courier delivery, subject to a quote.
R 165
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South Africa (All cities)
This item is sold brand new. It is ordered on demand from our supplier and is usually dispatched within 8 - 12 working days Quelques Fleurs Royale by Houbigant is a Floral fragrance for women. Quelques Fleurs Royale was launched in 2004. Top notes are sicilian bergamot and grapefruit; middle notes are white mimosa honey, indian tuberose, moroccan rose and egyptian jasmine; base notes are sandalwood, amber, orris root and white musk Features Summary Quelques Fleurs Royale by Houbigant is a Floral fragrance for women. Quelques Fleurs Royale was launched in 2004. Top notes are sicilian bergamot and grapefruit; middle notes are white mimosa honey...
R 7.101
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Port Elizabeth (Eastern Cape)
The bitter sap in the leaves of Aloe greatheadii var davyana is used medicinally for the treatment of wounds, sores and burns. Aloe greatheadii var. davyana commonly known as Spotted Aloe has shiny green leaves that are spotted and forms a spreading rosette. This aloe flowers in mid-winter from June to July. It has sharp brown teeth on the leaf margins. It grows easily from seed and also transplants well. It is particularly striking when planted in groups. Aloes are very popular and some of the most rewarding plants to cultivate. They make excellent accent plants owing to their often strange and inspiring architectures, as well as the bright flowers that offset the grey-green leaves. They are also very suitable as container plants and small aloes can be used very effectively as border plants at the edge of a bed. Although aloes are most often included in rockeries, their application in horticulture is not limited to this feature and they can be used in almost any setting and in conjunction with most common garden plants. More about the Aloe genus below. Their natural adaptation to harsh and often arid climates makes aloes outstanding subjects for the water-wise garden. Aloes can tolerate long periods of drought, but it is not true that watering should be withheld to obtain optimal growth. Stressed plants are more susceptible to insects and pests. Plants flourish, flower better and are more resistant when given adequate water during the growing season. However, be very cautious not to overwater aloes because they may rot if they stay wet for too long. Adequate drainage is essential. Plant smaller aloes in raised beds and only water them when the top 5cm of soil has dried. Even though there are some species that are challenging to grow, most of the aloes are easy and can readily be grown just about any place in the country. Aloes generally need soils with good drainage and do best in warm climates. When planted in rich soil that are frequently mulched they will do well for many years without interference making them very low-maintenance plants once established. Aloe is a genus in the Asphodeloideae family containing about 600 species of flowering succulent plants. The most common and well known of these is Aloe vera. The genus is mostly native to Africa with about 125 being indigenous to South Africa. About 405 species can be found in Africa while about 45 species are found in the Arabian Peninsula. Socotra has 4 natural species and the Mascarene and other Western Indian Ocean Islands share about 7 species. Madagascar, for its size, has a pretty extensive collection of about 145 species. Aloes are sometimes confused with Agaves. Contrarily to Agaves, Aloe leaves contain a gel like sap. Another difference is that Aloes don't die after blooming as most Agaves do. For an extensive list of documented Aloe species please see this Wikipedia page.
R 1
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Port Elizabeth (Eastern Cape)
Aloe grandidentata commonly known as Dwarf Soap Aloe is a low-growing species that is often mistaken for Aloe maculata but can be distinguished by its smaller size which is about one third of that of the Soap Aloe. A low-growing profile and suckering habit make it useful as a ground cover and since it is drought tolerant it becomes the perfect candidate for landscaping around areas with demanding tree roots. This succulent aloe plant is cold hardy and not sensitive to frost. Aloes are very popular and some of the most rewarding plants to cultivate. They make excellent accent plants owing to their often strange and inspiring architectures, as well as the bright flowers that offset the grey-green leaves. They are also very suitable as container plants and small aloes can be used very effectively as border plants at the edge of a bed. Although aloes are most often included in rockeries, their application in horticulture is not limited to this feature and they can be used in almost any setting and in conjunction with most common garden plants. More about the Aloe genus below. Aloes are very popular and some of the most rewarding plants to cultivate. They make excellent accent plants owing to their often strange and inspiring architectures, as well as the bright flowers that offset the grey-green leaves. They are also very suitable as container plants and small aloes can be used very effectively as border plants at the edge of a bed. Although aloes are most often included in rockeries, their application in horticulture is not limited to this feature and they can be used in almost any setting and in conjunction with most common garden plants. Their natural adaptation to harsh and often arid climates makes aloes outstanding subjects for the water-wise garden. Aloes can tolerate long periods of drought, but it is not true that watering should be withheld to obtain optimal growth. Stressed plants are more susceptible to insects and pests. Plants flourish, flower better and are more resistant when given adequate water during the growing season. However, be very cautious not to overwater aloes because they may rot if they stay wet for too long. Adequate drainage is essential. Plant smaller aloes in raised beds and only water them when the top 5cm of soil has dried. Even though there are some species that are challenging to grow, most of the aloes are easy and can readily be grown just about any place in the country. Aloes generally need soils with good drainage and do best in warm climates. When planted in rich soil that are frequently mulched they will do well for many years without interference making them very low-maintenance plants once established. Aloe is a genus in the Asphodeloideae family containing about 600 species of flowering succulent plants. The most common and well known of these is Aloe vera. The genus is mostly native to Africa with about 125 being indigenous to South Africa. About 405 species can be found in Africa while about 45 species are found in the Arabian Peninsula. Socotra has 4 natural species and the Mascarene and other Western Indian Ocean Islands share about 7 species. Madagascar, for its size, has a pretty extensive collection of about 145 species. Aloes are sometimes confused with Agaves. Contrarily to Agaves, Aloe leaves contain a gel like sap. Another difference is that Aloes don't die after blooming as most Agaves do. For an extensive list of documented Aloe species please see this Wikipedia page.
R 1
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Port Elizabeth (Eastern Cape)
Aloe aculeata is easily identified from other similar species by the noticeable tuberculate spines on the leaves. Aloe aculeata has been featured in a now discontinued South African nickel 10 cent coin. The common names Ngopanie, Sekope, Red Hot Poker Aloe and White Thorn Aloe have been recorded. The specie name 'aculeata' refers to the tuberculate spines on the leaves. Aloe aculeata can be found in quite a few areas in the Northern Province and in the extreme northern parts of Mpumalanga and it also extends into Zimbabwe. Aloe aculeata is found in rocky areas in grassland and open bush veld. It forms a stemless Aloe with a single rosette up to 1 meter high and wide. The leaves of Aloe aculeata are long and quite broad at the base, 120mm wide, and are dull-green in colour. The leaves are curved inward which gives the rosette a rounded appearance. The leaf-margins are armed with reddish-brown triangular teeth. More about the Aloe genus below. Aloes are very popular and some of the most rewarding plants to cultivate. They make excellent accent plants owing to their often strange and inspiring architectures, as well as the bright flowers that offset the grey-green leaves. They are also very suitable as container plants and small aloes can be used very effectively as border plants at the edge of a bed. Although aloes are most often included in rockeries, their application in horticulture is not limited to this feature and they can be used in almost any setting and in conjunction with most common garden plants. Their natural adaptation to harsh and often arid climates makes aloes outstanding subjects for the water-wise garden. Aloes can tolerate long periods of drought, but it is not true that watering should be withheld to obtain optimal growth. Stressed plants are more susceptible to insects and pests. Plants flourish, flower better and are more resistant when given adequate water during the growing season. However, be very cautious not to overwater aloes because they may rot if they stay wet for too long. Adequate drainage is essential. Plant smaller aloes in raised beds and only water them when the top 5cm of soil has dried. Even though there are some species that are challenging to grow, most of the aloes are easy and can readily be grown just about any place in the country. Aloes generally need soils with good drainage and do best in warm climates. When planted in rich soil that are frequently mulched they will do well for many years without interference making them very low-maintenance plants once established. Aloe is a genus in the Asphodeloideae family containing about 600 species of flowering succulent plants. The most common and well known of these is Aloe vera. The genus is mostly native to Africa with about 125 being indigenous to South Africa. About 405 species can be found in Africa while about 45 species are found in the Arabian Peninsula. Socotra has 4 natural species and the Mascarene and other Western Indian Ocean Islands share about 7 species. Madagascar, for its size, has a pretty extensive collection of about 145 species. Aloes are sometimes confused with Agaves. Contrarily to Agaves, Aloe leaves contain a gel like sap. Another difference is that Aloes don't die after blooming as most Agaves do. For an extensive list of documented Aloe species please see this Wikipedia page.
R 1
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