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Construction to start on River Club redevelopment in Cape Town

After years of being embroiled in a legal battle with Heritage Western Cape and much pushback from residents in the area, the Western Cape...

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....

Supreme Furniture Manufacturers celebrates 30 years!

Supreme Furniture Manufacturers have done it again, unbelievable value when it comes to the West sofa by Supreme. Not only are you getting exceptional value...

New Karoo Crossing cycle route launched

On 23 September 2020 Premier Alan Winde and Minister of Finance and Economic Opportunities, David Maynier, launched the Karoo Crossing Route in the Cape...

Some gems in Cape Town’s historical map collection

Cape Town has a rich heritage. part of this heritage is a wonderful collection of historical maps, surveys, plans, and photographs which form part...

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...

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...

Cape Town nominated for five awards at Africa’s World Travel Awards 2020

Cape Town has been nominated for the World Travel Awards for 2020 in numerous and diverse categories. “This is not by chance. Much hard work...