What’s On At The SUPERSPAR – Plating Up With Jamie Oliver

What’s On At The SUPERSPAR – Plating Up With Jamie Oliver


Plating Up With Jamie Oliver

Our latest loyalty program can see you saving up to 85% on Jamie Oliver dinnerware, cutlery and glassware.

The basics behind the special.

For everyR100 you spend per transaction at the SUPERSPAR or TOPS, you’ll receive one sticker. Apply the stickers to the Jamie Oliver Dinnerware, Cutlery and Glassware collector card. 

A completed collector card (10 stickers) will enable you to purchase one product from the Jamie Oliver Dinnerware, Cutlery and Glassware range on display in-store.

Stickers can only be collected between 31 October 2022 and 19 February 2023. However, completed collectors cards can be redeemed until 26 February 2023. 

In Jamie’s own words, “Beautiful homemade dinners deserve to be served up in style, and there’s no better way to do that than with my gorgeous range of tableware. These plates and bowls are robust enough for everyday use yet beautiful enough to showcase your masterpieces at a dinner party. In addition, they are dishwasher-safe to make clearing away easy, so all you need to do is serve up, sit back and enjoy your meal.”

Keep fruit for longer or ripen it naturally with this easy method.

 When fruit begins to spoil, it releases natural gas, and this gas also causes other fruit to ripen at a faster rate. This can be useful when trying to ripen fruit quickly. Simply place bananas, apples or other already ripe fruit in an enclosed space like a cupboard or draw with fruit beginning to ripen. This will cause fruit to ripen much faster than usual. If you’d like to keep fruit for longer, keep it separate from fruit that has begun to ripen. 

Try Me. I’m New

The SUPERSPAR has a new range of Pharmacy At SPAR products that include vitamins for adults and children, hydration powder, calming aid capsules, citric granules, probiotics and liver support, which could be good over the festive season. Available from 1 November up to and including 31 December 2022 while stocks last. 



Gabriel Medina Is Back! Surfing Today With Rip Curl South Africa

Gabriel Medina Is Back! Surfing Today With Rip Curl South Africa

Gabriel Medina Returns To Competition Surfing At The Corona Saquarema Pro 

Gabriel Medina Is Back!

Itauna Beach, Saquarema © WSL

PRAIA DE ITAÚNA – Saquarema, Brazil. The Corona Saquarema Pro pres. by Banco do Brasil, Stop No. 6 of the World Surf League (WSL) Challenger Series, began today in difficult conditions with strong onshore winds and waves in the four-to-six foot range at Praia de Itaúna. Nevertheless, competitors put on a show, and top seeds started making moves to clinch a spot on the Championship Tour (CT).

Gabriel Medina (BRA) made his first appearance in a competition jersey in the Round of 96, Heat 8, since injuring his knee at this location during the 2022 Oi Rio Pro. Medina reminded everyone why he’s a three-time WSL World Champion, earning a 7.67 (out of a possible 10 points) with two wafty backside turns and backing it up with a 4.83 to advance in first place into the Round of 48.

Gabriel Medina Is Back!

Three-time WSL Champion Gabriel Medina at Saquarema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Daniel Smorigo/World Surf League)

“My time recovering was great, my knee feels really good, and I’m happy to be competing again,” said Medina.” The waves aren’t that great today, but I’m happy to be back in a jersey again and just getting ready for Hawaii. I think everyone here is really hungry, so it just puts you out of your comfort zone, so it’s good preparation for the Championship Tour (CT).”

 This contest also marks the first time Medina competes at the same event as his younger sister, Sophia Medina (BRA).

 “It’s amazing to have my sister in the same event,” continued Medina. “It’s the first time this has happened. She’s still my little princess, even though she’s so big now, but I’ve been supporting her and am so proud of her. So I’m trying to enjoy every moment here.”

As the onshore winds became even stronger in the afternoon, WSL Deputy Commissioner, Travis Logie, decided to call the competition off following the conclusion of Heat 16. Once the contest is called back on, the current No. 2 ranked surfer on the Challenger Series, Rio Waida (IDN), will match up against Joan Duru (FRA), Shane Sykes (ZAF) and young Brazilian Heitor Mueller(BRA) in Round of 96, Heat 17. 

South African surfers Sarah Baum, Natasha Van Greunen, and Zoe Steyn also compete in the event in their quests to get on the Championship Tour.

For more information, please visit WorldSurfLeague.com