DJ Fisher is performing today at South Africa.

1 min read

Ultranauts of Cape Town, This Friday marks the beginning of what many consider the year’s best electronic music event. Are you prepared? The evidence presented by his Instagram post indicates that DJ Fisher is.

The “lekka, lekker” South African accent seems to have been picked up by the Grammy nominee, who now appears to be an official member of the global #ilovesouthafrica fan club.

He shared a video on his Instagram page blurting out a variety of weird but iconic South African terms like “China”, “my bru”, “lekker” (we could maybe claim its his new fave South African word, just based on the amount of times he says it in the video alone), “biltong” and “shosholoza”.

In the video’s title, he wrote, “LEKKER LEKKER MY CHINAS THE FISH IS BACK!!!”. @ultrasouthafrica, I’LL SEE YOU ON THE DANCE FLOOR. SHOULD WE PROCEED

Almost 46,000 people liked the video, with Saffa supporters finding it a source of prideful entertainment and viewers from other countries finding it mildly confusing but amusing.

In case you have yet to hear of him, Australian DJ and music producer Paul Nicholas Fisher, better known as his stage name Fisher worldwide, will be headlining the main stage at Ultra 2023 in Cape Town Today.

Alesso, Timmy Trumpet, Goldfish, and Timo ODV, to name a few, will be joining Fisher on stage.

A Russian-Spanish journalist and Cape Town native, channels his lifelong passion for South Africa into captivating stories for his local blog. With a diverse background and 50 years of rich experiences, Serjio's unique voice resonates with readers seeking to explore Cape Town's vibrant culture. His love for the city shines through in every piece, making Serjio the go-to source for the latest in South African adventures.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Previous Story

Experience the Magic of Food and Community at Makers Landing

Next Story

You can expect to be blown away by Matthew Mole at the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts.

Latest from Blog

Overcoming Electricity Challenges during Cold Fronts and Load-Shedding

As a cold front sweeps through the region, there has been a surge in electricityrelated service requests. The residents are advised to prepare for the cold, damp, and blustery conditions that are expected to persist over the weekend. The inclement weather can further worsen power service issues, leading to a rise in demand for assistance.

Western Cape’s Tourism Industry: Beyond Recovery and Towards Growth

Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) achieved a significant milestone in April 2023 as the airport’s share of overseas tourists reached full recovery compared to its prepandemic levels in April 2019. During the month, CTIA recorded a total of 67,747 tourist arrivals via air, with 87% coming from overseas markets and the remaining 13% from the African continent, according to the monthly tourism report from Wesgro, the Western Cape Government’s trade, investment, and tourism promotion agency.

Western Cape Embraces Renewable Energy Tax Incentives

The Western Cape province in South Africa is committed to a sustainable future, and it is making significant strides towards achieving this goal. One of the ways the province is supporting the use of renewable energy sources is through tax incentives, as highlighted by the Director of Personal Income Tax at the National Treasury, Marle Van Niekerk, during Premier Alan Winde’s 13th Energy Digicon.

Cape Town Mayor Hill-Lewis Receives Clean Audit Award for 2021-22

On June 2nd, Cape Town Mayor Geordin HillLewis was honored during a ceremony held in Saldanha for receiving the city’s clean audit award for the 202122 financial year from the Auditor General (AG). This award recognizes the city’s unwavering commitment to transparency, integrity, and excellence in governance. It also demonstrates Cape Town’s focus on improving the lives of its citizens by ensuring public funds are used efficiently and effectively.

Cape Town’s Citizens Name New Anti-Litter Mascot

Mayor Geordin HillLewis of Cape Town has recently ignited enthusiasm among the city’s residents by involving them in the naming of the new antilitter mascot. After receiving hundreds of creative suggestions, a shortlist of five names was prepared by the city officials.