Get busy this Tuesday – What’s on tonight

Good evening, Mother City. We’re headed into a glorious evening with a bounty of fun things to do. Here’s what’s on tonight. Annual Four-twenty Posted by 420 Sundaze on Tuesday, 6 April 2021  Where: Trenchtown, 145 Lower Main Rd, Observatory Time: 3pm – 9pm Outdoor Yoga – Green Point Park Posted by Mobile yoga classes – The Om Revolution on Thursday, 1… Read more →

Cricket South Africa could be stripped of its powers

Cricket South Africa (CSA) could soon be banned from being the authority that runs the sport in the country. This follows Sports, Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa’s threat to exercise his rights in terms of section 13(5) of the Sports Act. This section of the Act allows the Minister to remove recognition of the federation as the authority of… Read more →

Monday madness – What’s on tonight

Good evening, Cape Town. Our weekend revolved around the heartbreaking fire that started on our beautiful Table Mountain. Between today’s events, remember to be mindful of those working hard to contain the inferno. Here’s what’s on tonight, including how to donate to our hard-working firefighters who are still trying to get the fire under control. If anyone would like to… Read more →

Rolling into Sunday eve – What’s on tonight

This Sunday is filled to the brim with the coolest events. Here’s what’s happening around our Mother City tonight. Sunday Rooftop Sessions – Candice Heyns Posted by Ideas Cartel on Wednesday, 3 March 2021  Where: Ideas Cartel, 113 Loop St, Cape Town Time: 12pm – 10pm MUSIEKNIEK by Nooitgedacht met Die Heuwels Fantasties, Early B & Corne Pretorius Posted by Die… Read more →

The Elgin Railway Market: Baskets of fun in apple country

Live music – check. Good food – check. An 80-year-old steam train – double-check. Elgin Railway Market is a feast for the senses. Located in the heart of “apple country,” otherwise known as Grabouw, this market is a great way to spend your Saturday or Sunday morning. Nestled in an old apple warehouse that was originally built in the 1940s,… Read more →

Sexy Saturday – What’s on tonight

The weekend is finally here, Cape Town. It is time to get the fun started. Get your family and friends because here’s what’s on tonight. Stereo Culture Outdoor 2.0 Posted by Stereoculture on Thursday, 8 April 2021  Where: The Spice Yard Time: 2pm Chill Out Sessions – The Village Collective Posted by The Village Cpt on Friday, 16 April 2021  Where: Goodwood… Read more →

RocoMamas gets rocked for bullying tactics

A food truck owner from Mandalay in Cape Town is seeking legal advice after the well known Burger franchise, RocoMamas, allegedly used bullying tactics against him to change the name of one of his burgers. It is said that chef and owner of Rack n Grill, Muammer Kasu received a letter from RocoMamas chief executive, Anton Geldenhuys, claiming the franchise… Read more →

Friday feels, what’s the deal? What’s on tonight

Cape Town, the weekend is Fri-nally here and that means it’s time to get groovy. As always we have you covered with what’s on. Casa Labia Discovery Day Posted by Casa Labia by Ideas Cartel on Thursday, 18 March 2021  Where: 192 Main Rd, Muizenberg Time: 8am – 5pm Friday is Wine Day Posted by City Sightseeing South Africa on Thursday, 25… Read more →

Cape Town Cycle Tour 2021 is on – the details

The 2021 Cape Town Cycle Tour, presented by Pick n Pay, is scheduled to take place on October 10, 2021. According to the announcement, preparations for the event are well underway for the 43rd annual tour. The wellbeing and safety of all cyclists and spectators is at the forefront of all planing. “We continue to monitor the situation and will adapt… Read more →

TAKE A HIKE: Up Kloof Corner steps

If you’re looking for a great after-work or early morning hike that doesn’t take too long but also gets your heart racing, then this is it. Taking you up the side of Table Mountain, the Kloof Corner steps are the first part of a treacherous route called Kloof Corner Ridge. You get the same beautiful views with less effort or… Read more →