Heart 104.9fm – TOP 30 – 29 Sept 2012

HEART 104.9FM TOP 30 – 29 SEPTEMBER 2012
POS ARTIST SONG TITLE MOVE L/W WEEKS
1 KELLY ROWLAND feat. FUTURE & BEI MAEJOR NEED A REASON NC 1 8
2 D’BANJ OLIVER TWIST UP 2 4 5
3 WHITNEY HOUSTON & JORDIN SPARKS CELEBRATE NC 3 5
4 R KELLY FEELIN’ SINGLE DOWN 2 2 13
5 USHER feat. RICK ROSS LEMME SEE NC 5 10
6 JIMMY NEVIS HEART BOXING UP 3 9 4 HC
7 DRAKE feat. RIHANNA TAKE CARE NC 7 33
8 MI CASA I’LL BE THERE FOR YOU NC 8 10
9 CHRIS BROWN SWEET LOVE DOWN 3 6 16
10 RIHANNA feat. JAY Z TALK THAT TALK NC 10 18
11 DONALD DENIAL NC 11 7
12 EMELI SANDE NEXT TO ME NC 12 15
13 JOHN LEGEND feat. LUDACRIS TONIGHT (BEST YOU EVER HAD) NC 13 29
14 USHER CLIMAX NC 14 27
15 REBECCA FERGUSON GLITTER & GOLD NC 15 13
16 MAROON 5 feat. WIZ KHALIFA PAYPHONE NC 16 3
17 DONALD I DESERVE NC 17 14
18 FRANK OCEAN SWEET LIFE UP 1 19 2
19 MI CASA LA VIDA DOWN 1 18 16
20 ALICIA KEYS GIRL ON FIRE NEW 1
21 CARLY RAE JEPSEN CALL ME MAYBE DOWN 1 20 6
22 MARY J BLIGE feat. JAY SEAN EACH TEAR NC 22 3
23 CHAD SAAIMAN BANG X2 NC 23 17
24 TAMIA BEAUTIFUL SURPRISE NC 24 2
25 TOYA DELAZY LOVE IS IN THE AIR NC 25 28
26 NABIHA NEVER PLAYED THE BASS DOWN 5 21 21 BF
27 MAROON 5 ONE MORE NIGHT UP 1 28 2
28 OLLY MURS feat. RIZZLE KICKS HEART SKIPS A BEAT NEW 1
29 CALVIN HARRIS feat. NE-YO LET’S GO DOWN 3 26 24
30 USHER SCREAM! DOWN 3 27 16

Heart 104.9fm Top 30 -22 Sept 2012

HEART 104.9FM TOP 30 – 22 SEPTEMBER 2012
POS ARTIST SONG TITLE MOVE L/W WEEKS
1 KELLY ROWLAND feat. FUTURE & BEI MAEJOR NEED A REASON NC 1 7
2 R KELLY FEELIN’ SINGLE NC 2 12
3 WHITNEY HOUSTON & JORDIN SPARKS CELEBRATE UP 3 6 4
4 D’BANJ OLIVER TWIST UP 1 5 4
5 USHER feat. RICK ROSS LEMME SEE DOWN 2 3 9
6 CHRIS BROWN SWEET LOVE DOWN 2 4 15
7 DRAKE feat. RIHANNA TAKE CARE NC 7 32
8 MI CASA I’LL BE THERE FOR YOU NC 8 9
9 JIMMY NEVIS HEART BOXING UP 8 17 3
10 RIHANNA feat. JAY Z TALK THAT TALK DOWN 1 9 17
11 DONALD DENIAL DOWN 1 10 6
12 EMELI SANDE NEXT TO ME DOWN 1 11 14
13 JOHN LEGEND feat. LUDACRIS TONIGHT (BEST YOU EVER HAD) DOWN 1 12 28
14 USHER CLIMAX DOWN 1 13 26
15 REBECCA FERGUSON GLITTER & GOLD DOWN 1 14 12
16 MAROON 5 feat. WIZ KHALIFA PAYPHONE UP 9 25 2 HC
17 DONALD I DESERVE DOWN 2 15 13
18 MI CASA LA VIDA DOWN 2 16 15
19 FRANK OCEAN SWEET LIFE NEW 1
20 CARLY RAE JEPSEN CALL ME MAYBE DOWN 2 18 5
21 NABIHA NEVER PLAYED THE BASS DOWN 2 19 20
22 MARY J BLIGE feat. JAY SEAN EACH TEAR UP 5 27 2
23 CHAD SAAIMAN BANG X2 DOWN 3 20 16
24 TAMIA BEAUTIFUL SURPRISE NEW 1
25 TOYA DELAZY LOVE IS IN THE AIR DOWN 4 21 27
26 CALVIN HARRIS feat. NE-YO LET’S GO DOWN 4 22 23
27 USHER SCREAM! DOWN 4 23 15
28 MAROON 5 ONE MORE NIGHT NEW 1
29 R KELLY SHARE MY LOVE DOWN 1 28 32
30 CEE LO GREEN I WANT YOU NC 30 36

Four players added to Springbok squad

Four players have been called up to the Springbok squad of 30 for the final two Tests of The Castle Rugby Championship, in South Africa against Australia and New Zealand.

The four new faces in the squad who did not tour to Australasia, are the uncapped MTN Golden Lions duo of Jaco Taute (utility back) and Elton Jantjies (flyhalf), their experienced provincial team mate CJ van der Linde (prop) and Coenie Oosthuizen (prop) from the Toyota Free State Cheetahs.

“I’d always wanted to include Jaco in the squad but an untimely injury meant we could not select him earlier. Jaco is big, strong, fast and versatile and it will be good to get him involved,” said Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer.

“Elton was part of the squad before this season, against England in June and in the first part of The Castle Rugby Championship. He only missed out when we had to cut the numbers of the squad and it’s good to have him back.

“CJ, who took part in our training camps earlier in the season, brings a lot of experience to our pack and he is no longer injured. Apart from being the second most experienced prop in Springbok history, after Os du Randt, he is versatile and can play loosehead and tighthead.

“And it’s great to have Coenie back with us after he picked up an injury on debut in the first Test against England in June. He is a world class prop and losing him was a big setback.”

Meyer added only two scrumhalves had been selected for the Tests, which meant Jano Vermaak misses out. The national selectors felt that Vermaak is familiar with the game plan and can easily be brought back in should his services be required.

The following players, who were part of the squad earlier in the season, were not considered for selection because of injury: JP Pietersen, Bjorn Basson, Pierre Spies, Siya Kolisi, Chiliboy Ralepelle and Bismarck du Plessis.

Commenting on the final two Tests of The Castle Rugby Championship, Meyer said: “There were a number of positives we took from the matches in Perth and Dunedin and it is imperative that we build on those.

“The Tests against Australia and New Zealand won’t be easy – the All Blacks are unbeaten this year and the Wallabies have done well to win their last two matches, so we will have to be at our best at Loftus Versfeld and Soccer City.

“But I’m happy with the progress we’ve made on tour and the big challenge will be to now take the next step as we grow as a team.”

The Springbok squad for The Castle Rugby Championship Tests against Australia and New Zealand in South Africa is:

Name Province Position Test Caps
Willem Alberts The Sharks Loose forward 15
Andries Bekker DHL Western Province Lock 27
Craig Burden The Sharks Hooker 0
Pat Cilliers MTN Golden Lions Prop 3
Marcell Coetzee The Sharks Loose forward 7
Juan de Jongh DHL Western Province Centre 10
Jean de Villiers (captain) DHL Western Province Centre 79
Jannie du Plessis The Sharks Prop 37
Eben Etzebeth DHL Western Province Lock 6
Johan Goosen Toyota FS Cheetahs Flyhalf 2
Bryan Habana DHL Western Province Wing 81
Francois Hougaard Vodacom Blue Bulls Scrumhalf / Wing 22
Elton Jantjies MTN Golden Lions Flyhalf 0
Zane Kirchner Vodacom Blue Bulls Fullback 19
Juandré Kruger Vodacom Blue Bulls Lock 5
Pat Lambie The Sharks Fullback 15
Tiaan Liebenberg DHL Western Province Hooker 3
Francois Louw Bath, England Loose forward 12
Tendai Mtawarira The Sharks Prop 39
Lwazi Mvovo The Sharks Wing 7
Coenie Oosthuizen Toyota FS Cheetahs Prop 1
Ruan Pienaar Ulster, N Ireland Scrumhalf 58
Jacques Potgieter Vodacom Blue Bulls Loose forward 3
Frans Steyn The Sharks Centre 53
Morné Steyn Vodacom Blue Bulls Flyhalf 41
Adriaan Strauss Toyota FS Cheetahs Hooker 16
Jaco Taute MTN Golden Lions Utility back 0
CJ van der Linde MTN Golden Lions Prop 73
Flip van der Merwe Vodacom Blue Bulls Lock 18
Duane Vermeulen DHL Western Province No 8 2

DANIEL BARON RELEASES DEBUT ALBUM

South African singer songwriter Daniel Baron has released his debut album ‘It’s Time’, which contains no fewer than five tracks that local audiences will be very familiar with. The melodic and lyrically profound collection contains 12 self-penned tracks and is an eclectic mix of pop and rock with touches of electronic and dance in the production.

‘It’s Time’ was produced and mixed by producer Brendan Campbell (with two tracks produced by Myles Shannon) and contains Baron’s familiar songs including ‘’ peaked at number 2 on the Kia Take 40 SA in July and features in the current . ‘See Thru’, the edgy dance number featuring Idols 2009 finalist Lizé, is on high rotation on many radio stations across South Africa and has also recently entered the charts. The next single to be released off the album is ‘A Lion’s Heart’, a meaningful pop rock ballad that was inspired by and is dedicated to Daniel’s 14-year-old cousin who passed away from cancer in August.

daniel baron its time

daniel baron its time

“Over the last year, I have received such incredible support from media, radio and fans, who have all motivated and inspired me to put this album together. I have really set my standards high with the quality of this record,” said Baron, who will be supporting the release with a national tour, “Some of the tracks on the album were written in the States and I have had the honour of working with a great producer and excellent musicians who have added the edge to this CD. I am sure that it will be received well by a broad audience.”

‘It’s Time’ will contain two music videos and will be available in major retail outlets and on download platforms on 25 September 2012. The official launch event forms a part of the MTN Festival and takes place on Saturday 22 September 2012 at La Toscana, Montecasino, Johannesburg. Tickets are available for R80 through Computicket.

Allister Coetzee makes 7 changes to DHL WP for Sat

DHL WP team to take on GWK Griquas announced

Allister Coetzee, the DHL Western Province head coach, has named his team for Saturday’s Absa Currie Cup clash against GWK Griquas at DHL Newlands (15h00).

Coetzee has made seven changes to the starting XV from last week, with Joe Pietersen, Louis Schreuder, Wilhelm van der Sluys, Frans Malherbe and Steven Kitshoff all starting and Gio Aplon and Don Armand switching positions.

In the backline, Pietersen will wear his regular No.15 jersey, after returning from injury against the Sharks last Saturday, with Aplon switching to the left-wing. Schreuder will start at scrumhalf, with Nic Groom dropping down to the bench after starting two matches in a row.

Up front, meanwhile, Springbok squad member Frans Malherbe returns at tighthead in a double front row change; the youngsters (Malherbe and Steven Kitshoff) starting and the experienced duo of Brok Harris and Deon Carstens providing cover via the bench.

Elsewhere in the pack, Don Armand shifts from lock to flank to cover for the suspended Tyrone Holmes at No.7, meaning that DHL WP Under-21 captain Wilhelm van der Sluys will earn his first-ever Absa Currie Cup start for his province at lock.

There are two new faces on the bench this week, flyhalf Gary van Aswegen (in for Kurt Coleman – broken jaw) and loose forward JJ Gagiano, a former Varsity Cup stalwart and a 2011 Rugby World Cup representative for the USA Eagles.

Van Aswegen last featured for DHL WP in the opening match of the season, whilst Gagiano will make his Absa Currie Cup debut should he take to the field on Saturday.

The DHL Western Province team to take on GWK Griquas is as follows:

15. Joe Pietersen

14. Gerhard van den Heever

13. JP du Plessis

12. Marcel Brache

11. Gio Aplon

10. Demetri Catrakilis

9. Louis Schreuder

8. Jebb Sinclair

7. Don Armand

6. Deon Fourie (captain)

5. De Kock Steenkamp

4. Wilhelm van der Sluys**

3. Frans Malherbe

2. Scarra Ntubeni

1. Steven Kitshoff

RESERVES:

16. Deon Carstens

17. Brok Harris

18. Helmut Lehmann

19. JJ Gagiano*

20. Nic Groom

21. Gary van Aswegen

22. Damian de Allende

* On Absa Currie Cup debut for DHL Western Province.

**First Absa Currie Cup start for DHL Western Province

Referee: Stuart Berry

The full DHL Western Province programme for Saturday, September 22 (all matches at DHL Newlands):

10h45 – DHL WP Under-19 vs Leopards Under-19

12h45 – DHL WP Under-21 vs Leopards Under-21

15h00 – DHL WP vs GWK Griquas (Absa Currie Cup)

Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse at The Carousel Casino and Entertainment World, 29 September 2012

Sipho Mabuse
Event: Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse
Dates: 29 September 2012
Location: The Carousel Casino and Entertainment World, North West
Venue: The Cheyenne Saloon
Enquiries: 012 718 7282 or 012 718 7777

Adam Lambert will be touring SA this November CT on 13th Nov

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