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Experiential Education Garden now open

In March 2020, the City’s Directorates for Spatial Planning and Environment and Economic Opportunities and Asset Management worked together in creating the Experiential Education...

Trends you should know about in South Africa’s residential property market

The 50-year low interest rates combined with the zero transfer duty payable on properties up to R1 million has fueled high interest and significantly...

City Call Centre staff help a blind colleague integrate in the workplace

Mbulelo Lalendle, 39, was born with cataracts in both eyes. He attended in Port Elizabeth as he was categorised as short sighted. Mbulelo now...

The New year is here – Your next adventure awaits

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw...

Travel & Tourism

Bottelary Hills offer variety of activities

Visit the Bottelary Hills Renosterveld Conservancy (BHRC), just outside Stellenbosch and enjoy a variety of activities that cater for families, nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts,...

UK’s First Golf and Wine Estate – South Africa Style

The UK is a major export market for Benguela Cove wines, with distribution through Mannings Heath Golf and Wine Estate in the county of...

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EAT & DRINK

Indulge in tasty treats made by The Smiling Oven

If you love good food and special treats, you simply have to visit The Smiling Oven in Somerset West. This well-known and popular Helderberg...

The Boer and Butcher: “Anything fresher on our menus would still be out in Nature”

The Boer and Butcher - a fully operational butchery derived from a passion for natural healthy farming methods, a love for the countryside, its...

Recently added events

New Art Exhibition opens at Benguela Cove

A new art exhibition has opened (November 28th) at Benguela Cove featuring the expressionist work of contemporary South African artists, Marittie de Villiers and...

Wine & Food Tourism conference to bring word-class expertise directly to delegates

Powerhouse wine strategist and futurist Paul Mabray, arguably the most pivotal international force in wine e-commerce, is one of two headline speakers at this...

The Galileo Open Air Cinema returns with a twist!

The team behind Cape Town’s pioneer outdoor cinema, The Galileo Open Air Cinema, is back for another sensational summer of movie magic under a...

Franschhoek Uncorked Festival Celebrates Summer In Style

Suffering from lockdown blues? Now that we’re on Level 1 and allowed larger gatherings be sure to save the date for this year’s Franschhoek...

Get Your Halloween Thrills & Chills at The Galileo Picnic

The Galileo Picnic is back to celebrate another traditional night of terror under the stars, with a creepy movie to boot, of course! The...

Environment

Green SMMEs growing economic opportunity in Cape Town

In May, Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Opportunities and Asset Management, Alderman James Vos, visited green SMMEs, observing all health and safety protocols, with...

SANParks Free Access Week just a few days away

South African National Park (SANParks) is again opening its doors for free from Monday, 16 November until Friday, 20 November 2020 as part of...

Research dives deep to understand climate impacts on whales

The Southern Ocean’s iconic humpback whale species is the focus of a major research project between South Africa, Australia and several countries from South...

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...