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2012 Shoprite Checkers Championship Boerewors Competition
2012 Shoprite Checkers Championship Boerewors Competition

2012 Shoprite Checkers Championship Boerewors Competition


Sep 7th 2012, 08:18

Regional winners search in 15 September!

Thousands of South Africans have this year entered the race to become the nation’s Boerwors Champion. After competing in regional rounds 85 of them have now reached the provincial rounds of the 2012 Shoprite Checkers Championship Boerewors Competition.

On Saturday, 15 September 2012 these boerewors makers will be narrowed down to ten who will go to Sun City in October for a final assault on this year’s famous boerewors crown!

Eastern Cape regional winners will meet in Port Elizabeth while Gauteng, with the most entries received, will host two provincial rounds - one in Johannesburg and one in Edenvale, Germiston. Regional winners in KZN will travel to Durban, Northern Cape winners to Kimberley, and Free State contestants will take on the battle in Bloemfontein. North West winners in Brits, Mpumalanga winners in Nelspruit, while Polokwane readies itself for regional winners and their supporters from Limpopo.

The Eastern Cape provincial round competitors are:
• Salwyn Jantjies from Hillcrest
• Wezile Nqwelo from Tembaza
• Attwell Mona from East London
• Pierre Bylsma from Port Elizabeth
• Ian Bester from Stutterheim
• Erica Hayward from Aliwal North
• Gregory Holster from Grahamstown
• Lettie Rachman from St Francis Bay
• Charlie William October from Port Elizabeth
• Erica Coleske from Uitenhage

The Free State provincial round competitors are:
• Frikkie van Rooyen from Bloemfontein
• Conrad Conradie from Bloemfontein
• Wiekus Vorster from Bloemfontein
• Marius Maritz from Bethlehem
• Lucas Du Preez from Wesselsbron
• Nastasjha Albrecht from Kroonstad

The Mpumalanga provincial round competitors are:
• Lawrence Nel from Barberton
• Jenny Venter from Ermelo
• Isaac Mthombeni from Nelspruit
• Vivian Nell from Reyno Ridge
• Mary Phumzile Mkhabela from Mashishing
• Hendrik Horn from Middelburg

The Western Cape provincial round competitors are:
• Jasper Gordon, who was the 2011 Championship Boerewors winner from Strand
• Paul Fletcher from Strand
• Frank Windvoel from Ceres
• Mariam Coetzee from Wellington
• Joseph Johannes from Eersteriver
• Cathrine Groeners from Plettenberg Bay
• Kgalalelo Mpoelang from Melkbosstrand
• Steven Brand from Mosselbaai
• Bronwyn Quinn from Worcester
• Gabriel Steyn from Oudtshoorn
• Jennifer Andrews from Mitchells Plain
• Peter Davids from Parow
• Charles Arendse from Kensington
• Candice Adonis from Ocean View
• Mathilda Kitshoff from Port Owen
• Ernest Sandisile Manyisana from Bloekombos
• Deon Stassen from Beaufort-West
• Bennie Nothnagel from Durbanville
• Sihle Yelani from Phillipi

The KwaZulu-Natal provincial round competitors are:
• Carmine Goodman from South Beach
• Alice Dunn from Escourt
• Piet Nkambule from Newcastle
• Dorothy Fryer from Ladysmith
• Dhanalutchmee Naidoo from Eshowe
• Suresh Somlal from Durban
• Lindani Sibiya from Durban
• Mfanafuthi Paul Hlomuka from Durban
• Pravin Rampiyar from Stanger
• Daphney Sigwebela from Port Shepstone

The Northern Cape provincial round competitors are:
• Jacobus de Villiers from Kathu
• Theresa Cloete from Calvinia
• Gielie van Zyl from Kimberley

The Gauteng provincial round competitors are:
• Chantelle Gouws from Vanderbijlpark
• Sarah Ledwaba from Pretoria
• Debbie Jacobs from Springs
• Lolita Letley from Pretoria
• Simon Moela from Tembisa
• Randall Russell from Germiston
• Johannes van den Heever from Silverton
• Morné Beer from Vereeniging
• Henri Vercuiel from Pretoria
• Hennie Stander from Alberton
• Sipho Leonard Manana from Germiston
• Quinton Rossouw from Kempton Park
• Frederick Coetzee from Mogale City
• Lucky Mokoena from Mabopane
• Rasheed Hassen from Mabopane
• Michelle Len from Johannesburg
• Giovanni Loru from Vereeniging
• Robert de Bruin from Alberton
• Mario Kotze from Krugersdorp
• Lesego Kgakatsi from Tembisa
• Dorcas Sagoema Mavhungu from Alexandra
• Scott Schrade from Johannesburg

The Limpopo provincial round competitors are:
• Mokgadi Monyepao from Pietersburg
• Gerhardus Ludick from Louis Trichardt
• Jan Erasmus from Tzaneen
• Malose George Masenya from Bela-Bela
• Koos van Dyk from Polokwane

The North West provincial round competitors are:
• Zannerie van Staden from Rustenburg
• Edward Hawkes from Vryburg
• Michael Webster from Klerksdorp
• Herwig Schrage from Brits

Top food experts from the South African Chefs Association (SACA) will act as official judges in the provincial rounds. The 2012 Shoprite Checkers Championship Boerewors will also receive the South African Chefs Association’s stamp of approval, to ensure that the ingredients for South Africa’s best loved braaiwors are of the highest quality.

Winners of the provincial rounds each walk away with R2000 Shoprite or Checkers meat vouchers and gift hampers from Coca Cola, All Gold and Simba. All provincial winners will also enjoy a fun-filled weekend at Sun City where they join the other 9 finalists for the grand finale on 6 October. The 2012 Shoprite Checkers Boerewors Champion will not only walk away with the sought after Championship Boerewors-crown, but also drive away in a brand-new Toyota Hilux 2.7 Double Cab Raised Body Raider.

The country’s many loyal boerewors lovers can meanwhile start preparing for yet another taste sensation, because the winning recipe boerewors will hit the shelves of Shoprite, Checkers and Checkers Hyper stores country wide, on 14 October.

For more information on winners, prizes and competition events visit the Championship Boerewors web site:

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