Spier Light Art 2021: Call for proposals

Spier is proud to announce the third edition of Spier Light Art, to be exhibited throughout the historic Stellenbosch wine farm from February 26 to March 28, 2021. Designers, architects, light-, sound- and video artists – as well as students and institutions – are invited to submit expressions of interest for projects and video-based artworks that are engaging to all… Read more →

SA’s favourite ‘up’ market is back at Blauuwklippen

On October 23, Kamers Makers Market will open the gates on their first show of 2020. It will also be exactly a year ago, under these same ancient oaks, that thousands of locals roared our Boks to victory. Now, as Spring lifts our spirits, SA has again shown the world what we can do together, this time against a far… Read more →

Former street children rally behind Ons Plek to keep centre open

With the International Day of the Girl Child (Sunday, October 11) approaching, tributes to Ons Plek from former beneficiaries are pouring in. With their messages, they are urging the public, businesses, and other stakeholders to contribute towards a campaign to keep open Cape Town’s only care organization for girl street children. Cancelled fundraiser events because of the COVID-19 pandemic have… Read more →

2019/2020/2021 Best Hairdressers and Hair Salons in Cape Town

12 Top Hairdressers in Cape Town Uncovering the Mother City hair salons and barbershops that are a cut above the rest Below is our list of top hairdressers in Cape Town Last Updated: 6 October 2020 It’s no secret that the state of your locks can affect your whole look, not to mention your self-esteem. And since what works wonders… Read more →

Cape Town Carnival hosts its first virtual Cultural Creative Workshop

The Cape Town Carnival, the annual showcase that celebrates the diversity of Cape Town and South Africa, held the first of eight Cultural Creative Workshops on Zoom last weekend. More than sixty community group leaders, performers, artists, and artisans from across the Northern and Western Cape took part. Designed to keep participants in its year-long community-driven programme connected and inspired… Read more →

Poké Co expands into Claremont

If you are not a huge fan of poké, then you clearly don’t know what you are missing. Combine the fresh flavours of sushi, with crispy, crunchy vegetables, add some fruit for a sweet change, a layer of rice and what you have is a healthy, nutritious and very filling dish. There are a few poké restaurants in Cape Town,… Read more →

Moon, Jupiter and Saturn conjunction happening this weekend

Lovers of the night sky are in for a treat as the Moon, Jupiter and Saturn will appear all together to create a memorable scene this weekend. The trio will appear only a few degrees apart and will provide the perfect opportunity to gaze upon their beauty, right here in the Mother City. According to Time and Date, all three… Read more →

Hermes the caracal spotted on the hunt

The curious caracal that Capetonians have come to know and love is back again, and this time little Hermes was spotted out on the hunt. While watching a Cape grey mongoose make its way along the path in Echo Valley on Table Mountain, hikers got more of a show than they were expecting. It turns out the hikers were not… Read more →

Residents urged not to dump bunnies in fields and parks

Community members are being asked not to dump or leave their pet bunnies in parks and fields around Cape Town, as this has become a problem in recent months that has led to colonies and painful deaths. According to Bunny Tales Rescue, a local organisation that rescues and cares for bunnies in need, more and more people are abandoning their… Read more →

Little Garden is back but there’s been a few changes

Shoppers who were fans of the Checkers Little Garden promotion can once again cash in on this cute seed-based reward programme as it is making its return following the initial 2018 success. The easy-to-grow seed kits are finally back and will be offered to customers that spend R200 or more using their Xtra Savings card, instead of R150 as the… Read more →