What Is It?

The Deutsche Internationale Schule Johannesburg invites you to the 113th annual Schulbasar. There will be a wide variety of beers, live performances on stage, traditional German food and delicacies, as well as a quaint tea garden on offer.  This is a family friendly event, so bring the kids along – there will be activities for children of all ages and so much more to keep them entertained. For visitors over the age of 18 there will be free gift mugs handed out upon entrance, after which you can stroll around to browse over the 60 different stands on show.

Don't miss out on this ultimate German experience festival!

When Is It?

Saturday, 30 May 2020 at 10:00 – 18:00.

Where Is It?

Deutsche Internationale Schule Johannesburg, 11 Sans Souci Road, ParktownJohannesburg. 

How Much Is It?

Early bird tickets cost R113 per person. There are only 500 of these available so get booking fast!

General tickets are R140 for adults and R80 for pensioners. 

*Children under the age of 12 enter free.

Click here to book your tickets.

For More Information 

For more information, visit the Schulbasar Facebook page.

Contact them on 011 726 6220/1 or via email at [email protected]

How It All Began

Most 13-year-old boys would spend their weekends playing games on their XBox or hanging out with their friends, but not Kees Beyers. This young Belgian boy woke up at 04:30 every Saturday and Sunday morning and cycled to his neighbouring town to work part-time for a confectioner. His motivation: that one day, he was going to own a chocolate factory.

Kees Beyers, now a Master Chocolatier, established Beyers Chocolates in 1987, after travelling to South Africa, falling in love with the country and deciding to make it his home. He identified a gap in the local market for high quality, affordable chocolate and so he realised his dream of starting a chocolate factory.

Beyers Chocolates

Beyers is a privately owned, family-run business that is today the largest independent manufacturer of boxed chocolates in the country. The company found success developing chocolate ranges under private labels and sub-brands that it supplied to local markets and exported to the UK, America and Australia. It also supplied airlines, the hospitality industry and some of the country’s leading retailers with quality, handcrafted, proudly local products.

Beyers Chocolates

Where Would You Have Seen Beyers Chocolates?

Beyers produces some of the country’s favourite chocolates, including Sweetie Pie, Dream Bears and the Amarula chocolate range. Eight years ago, Beyers made the decision to focus on producing its own brand of chocolate to support their private label business. The company acquired two new brands – Coach House (2015) and Yottis Turkish Delight (2016) as part of its expansion strategy. Its ultimate goal is to provide retailers with a complete solution of confectionery goods.

Beyers Chocolates

For More Information

For more information, check out Beyers Chocolates or call 011 394 6892. 

Also, check them out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.Beyre

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