Interesting News for Bavarian Springboks!

Jewellery Event

Concert with Roger Jannotta


Mariette Radtke präsentiert kreative Köpfe der lokalen Jazz Szene


am Mittwoch, den 11.12.2019 um 20°° Uhr



Roger Jannotta (woodwinds)

Thorsten Klentze (guitar)

Stefan Telser (double bass)


Der US Amerikaner Roger Jannotta arbeitete in seiner langjährigen Karriere mit Carla Bley,

Michael Mantler, Steve Swallow, Tom van der Geld zusammen. Als Theatermusiker komponierte

er viele Jahre für die Münchner Kammerspiele unter Dieter Dorn. Seit 2007 leitet er das „Passau

Jazz Orchester“. Er arrangierte für die Bigband des Hessischen Rundfunks und die Münchner

Bigband „Blechschaden“.


Der aus Hamburg stammende Gitarrist Thorsten Klentze kooperierte mit der Saxophon-Legende

Charlie Mariano und dem Vibraphonisten David Friedman. Seine ausgefallenen Formationen sind

das Fenster für seine kompositorischen Arbeiten und die Quelle seiner Inspiration. Zahlreiche

Konzerte und 12 CDs dokumentieren seinen kompositorischen Weg.


Stefan Telser, aus Stuttgart ist seit 1987 Mitglied im Ensemble des Staatstheaters am Gärtnerplatz in München. 

Nebenbei ist Stefan Telser auch seit 20 Jahren im Jazz- und Rockbereiche tätig und kann hier auf Zusammenarbeit 

mit der Sängerin "Ali Lee" und ihrem "Dream-Team" , der Gruppe Fingerprints, sowie dem Trompeter Johannes Faber verweisen.


Lyrisch, modern, zaubert das Trio farbenreiche Klangbilder voller Überraschungen, schlichter Schönheit oder mitreißendem 

Groove über den Kompositionen und Songs der beiden Bandleader, die viel Raum für Improvisation lassen. SZ


Das JANNOTTA – KLENTZE – TELSER - TRIO freut sich auf diesen besonderen Abend.


am Mittwoch, den 11.12.2019 um 20h Konzertbeginn,

ab 18h Gastronomie im Gasthaus domagk

Fritz-Winter-Straße 12

80807 München

Reservierungen erbeten unter 089-552 851 55



Jewellery Exhibition

Club donation for Phumelela Saturday Programme

Letters from South Africans in BBC

South Africans Abroad! Make sure you #RegisterToVote on 1- 4 February 2019


Save the date. If you aren't yet registered to vote, or you know of a South African abroad who isn't registered, then please take note - overseas voter registration will take place from 1 - 4 February 2019 at 120 South African foreign missions.

In order to register and vote abroad you need to do the following:

STEP 1️⃣ Check your registration status on the IEC's website. If you are already registered to vote in South Africa, you DO NOT need to re-register in order to vote abroad. 

STEP 2️⃣ If you are not registered and wish to do so, please bring BOTH your valid SA Passport & ID Book/Smart Card in order to register at your nearest SA foreign mission

STEP 3️⃣ Once registered you will need to submit a VEC10 form on the IEC website informing them where you intend to vote abroad. This form will only be available once the date of the election is announced, and you will only have 15 days to do so.

If you are already registered, please update your details with us so we don't keep reminding you to register.

The date for the election has not yet been confirmed, but is expected to take place in May 2019. 

Please join our Facebook event for the overseas voter registration weekend to receive the latest updates and also to invite other South Africans living abroad so they don't miss out. EVERY VOTE COUNTS!

If you have any questions about voting abroad email us at or send us a message on WhatsApp







DA Abroad Leader, Francine Higham, addresses the ongoing frustrations with the lack of improvement to access to voting abroad in the Daily Maverick.

Despite the DA's numerous attempts to address the issues with the IEC and government, little progress has been made. In fact, quite the opposite, with South Africans being turned away from registering to vote at some foreign missions, and our Private Members Bill which sought to address these issues flatly rejected by the portfolio committee on Home Affairs. Even today, our proposed amendment to the Electoral Laws Amendment Bill requesting more voting stations abroad was blocked by the Chairperson of the NCOP, Thandi Modise.

Unless the IEC and Dirco show a genuine commitment to ensuring the rights of ALL South Africans abroad to vote by increasing the number of voting stations and holding overseas voting on a weekend, while taking immediate steps to resolve the issues experienced by those attempting to register at South Africa’s foreign missions, the 2019 national election may not be deemed free and fair.

Read the full article here [+]











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A new South African Shop has recently opened!

Community Service Project – ReCycle - used adult and children bikes for children in South Africa. is collecting adult and children used, working bicycles (don’t have to be in perfect condition) and is sending them to SOS-Kinderdorf in Capetown and Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.  If you go into the website, then click on ReCycle you can get to the Abholformular (pick-up formula) and they will pick up the bike at your house.  They will be checked out and then shipped to South Africa.  If you have any questions about whether your bike is something they are looking for you can call 08005500001.