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Stand a chance of winning a prize each week starting from  Thursday 1 August 2019 as well as the main prize, an awesome Jura WE6 automatic coffee machine valued at over R15 000! Answer a simple question each week and submit your entry online. If you are in the  Go!&EXPRESS circulation area website  Here . If you are in and around the Talk-of The Town circulation area please click here to enter,

Before you click across you need to check that you know the answer to this weeks question, we’re here to help you, please take a look below for answer information.

The small print: The staff of Times Media; ELCC and their marketing agents are prohibited from entry; the judges decision is final; no correspondence will be entered into.

Enter now and you could soon be a winner. Imagine having this state of the art coffee machine sitting in your own kitchen!

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East London

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We will draw two lucky prize winners each week. One being a Talk-of-The-Town reader from along the Sunshine Coast and one from the Go!&Express readership. The weekly prizes will consist of sponsors product plus a 350 ml coffee plunger PLUS a R 50 restaurant voucher from either Penny Farthing Restaurant in Port Alfred or Angela’s in Beach Road, East London. You may enter as many times as you like but may not win more than one of the weekly prizes, you may however win a weekly prize AND the main prize. For the full terms and conditions please view these once you click through to the link above.

What are the questions: The question will change each week. The following three questions will appear during weeks 1, 2 and 3, not necessarily in this order so please read the entry form carefully. Good luck everyone, remember to have fun learning about coffee, to enjoy the lovely articles in your weekly paper and to enter as many times as you wish!

Q: Is there such a thing as Italain coffee: No, coffee has never been grown commercially in Italy. For info, an Italian roast refers to a darkly rasted coffee, one which is over roasted and loses much of the natural bean favour.

Q: Give us one reason why you think supporting local business is important? Here are some ideas:

Q: Should I keep my coffee in a fridge?  Here is the answer.