Kirstenbosch Gardens Hiking Cape Town
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Kirstenbosch Gardens Reopens for Outdoor Exercise and picnics

**Note: This article was last updated on 26/09/2020 as per current Lockdown Alert Level 2 guidelines. It is therefore subject to change in accordance with future Lockdwon regulations. There’s no doubt that we’ve all been missing…
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Local Designer Face Masks – South Africa & Cape Town Brands

As announced by the South African government, it is mandatory for us all have to wear face masks when out in public. This means that wearing a mask is now a part of our everyday lives. So we thought we would put together some of our favourite…
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Mandela Day 2019 Celebrated at the Cape Town Station

Almost three decades after the end of apartheid, and despite some progress achieved, the South African society is still deeply divided. Cape Town, the most visited city in the country, presents shocking contrasts to many. Racial and social divides…
Pigcasso Table Mountain
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Pigcasso – The First Non-Human Artist

Disclaimer: reading this post might change your mind about eating bacon. We cannot be held responsible for pulling on your heart strings and turning you into a vegetarian. 2019 is the Year of The Pig, according to the Chinese zodiac calendar.…
Nelson Mandela Street Art Festival Salt River Woodstock
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Live Street Art Festival in Salt River

The cityscape of Cape Town has been becoming increasingly arty over the last couple of years. Legal graffiti has become a unique artistic expression, as well as a tongue in the cheek social commentary tool. Street art is a mixture of artistic…
South African National Parks
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South African National Parks Week 2021

The first South African National Parks Week was hosted in 2006. Originally the initiative wanted to link the South African national parks system with the bigger global national movement. The annual South African National Parks Week is an initiative…