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‘Art of Blindness’ Online Auction Celebrates the Talents of the Blind

The Hein Wagner Academy aims to raise one-million Rand with an exclusive art auction. The funds raised will go towards expanding the world’s first...

Leave the road, take the trails – visit the best of SA’s National Parks

South African National Parks (SANParks), together with Total South Africa and FNB will be hosting the 15th annual SA National Parks Week from 16...

Who is the perfect candidate for an e-bike?

Cycling, backed by technology and new inventions, arrived onto the South African scene during the 80’s and early 90’s. Bicycles became lighter, more durable,...

KAMERS/MAKERS IS BACK AT BLAAUWKLIPPEN

At 9am on 23 October, KAMERS/MAKERS will open the gates on their first show of 2020, after what has been a brutal year for...

Travel & Tourism

Experience Garden Route’s Longest & Highest Ziplines!

During September South African National Parks (SANParks) and South African Forest Adventures launched new ziplines across a beautiful gorge between Knysna and Plettenberg Bay...

CapeNature Free Access Week back during Tourism Month

September is both Tourism Month and Heritage month in South Africa when we rejoice in and celebrate the beauty of our natural heritage. To...

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EAT & DRINK

Henri’s Restaurant and Wine Bar supports local Wineries

Henri’s Restaurant and Wine Bar is conveniently situated on Somerset West Main Road in a heritage building which was renovated years ago into a...

Middelvlei’s Boerebraai – proudly South African yet so unique

Situated in the heart of the Stellenbosch Winelands is where you’ll find Middelvlei Wines, which has been owned and run by the Momberg family...

Recently added events

The BrewerytoBrewery’s (B2B) is back by popular demand

The BrewerytoBrewery’s (B2B) unique start and finish venues in the shape of Old Potters Brewery in Greyton and Hemel-en-Aarde Brewery in Hermanus are unique....

Langeberg Link MTB will go ahead as planned

The good news is that Langeberg Link MTB 3-Day stage event scheduled for 25-27 September 2020, will go ahead as planned. The Government has advised...

Celebrating life’s moments with Bona Dea – a venue for all occasions

Bona Dea Private Estate in the breathtaking Hemel-en-Aarde Valley in Hermanus is hailed as one of the most dramatic and romantic locations in South...

Nedbank CWG Auction goes online – with a unique twist

The Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction goes live and online this year, offering wine enthusiasts and collectors the opportunity to bid on current CWG...

V&A Waterfront – first attraction in SA to receive WTTC Safe Travels stamp

"The V&A Waterfront remains a key tourism hub for Cape Town as it is often one of the first places that visitors go when...

Environment

Garden Day: What’s good about gardening?

On Sunday, 11 October South Africans across the country will celebrate Garden Day - their unique green spaces and gardens in every shape and...

Flocks of flamingos turn Plettenberg Bay pink during lockdown

Greater flamingos are painting areas of Plett pink, migrating to the seaside coastal town to nest and hatch a few chicks as the country...

Table Mountain cableway hiker service now open

The City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Opportunities and Asset Management, Alderman James Vos, welcomed the Table Mountain cableway hiker service, which will be...

NSRI Women Saving Lives on Women’s Day

Sunday, 9 August is celebrated as Women’s Day in South Africa but it is also duty day at the National Sea Rescue Institute’s (NSRI)...

City Nature Reserves home to more animal life than you think

A City of Cape Town intern completed a study on medium and large mammal conservation in the City of Cape Town reserves. This research...