Ashleigh & Nicole Bredeveldt
Looking at Ashleigh and Nicole Bredeveldt, sisters from Cape Town, you could easily believe there is a mystical connection between twin siblings. They have similar interests and hobbies, and even as adults they remain exceptionally close to one another. But even though they studied in related fields, they have separate identities; small things that set them apart, and only become noticeable once you get to know them better.
In this week’s episode, Candice spends time with Ashleigh and Nicole, and attempts to discover what these differences are.
South African Sign Language Lessons
Having a child together is a bigger responsibility than many people realise, and is something that should never be considered carelessly or in haste.
In this week’s South African Sign Language lesson Karabo cautions a young lady against following this path in the interest of her relationship.
It’s a given that no matter how carefully you try to remove price labels from items, the label will come off in bits and pieces, leaving you struggling to get it all off. Plates and glasses can easily be soaked in warm, soapy water, but what about stickers on walls, and price labels on more delicate items?
Nyeleti has this covered with an easy solution that can be used on almost any item.
Although his dad was a model train enthusiast all his life, Rob Marsh only became passionate about the hobby later in life. But this hasn’t stopped him from building an impressive collection of trains and the model scenery they run through. And Rob’s attention to detail on his models will surprise you; from painting cars no larger than a thumbnail, to ensuring signs on buildings are appropriately weathered.
Thabo Ntatlo was the idiomatic “kid in a candy store”.