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The 2 for the price of 1 special has been running for what seems like ages – but alas it will draw to a close at the end of the month.
The Monday Buy One Get One Free burger special will be replaced and patrons will be able to purchase a burger for R50 and a sauce at a discounted price.
Helena worked in the giant warehouse at the camp called 'Canada' where the belongings of the doomed were sorted before they were shipped back to Berlin to fuel the Nazi war effort Helena, who died in 2005, said in an interview with UK filmmaker Laurence Rees: 'Here he did something great.
There were moments where I forgot that I was a Jew and that he was not a Jew and, honestly, in the end I loved him.
The police's Julian Plaatjies said: “The houses are either property of some of the gang members or the gang members themselves.