Tweet When it comes to the dramatic arts, Cape Town is a real diva. Home to a number of theatres and performing arts groups as well as the world-class University of Cape Town arts and drama schools, you’ll never be at a loss for theatrical entertainment when visiting the city. Whether it be Shakespearean drama, […]
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Tweet “So you’re sure you’ve spoken to the priest?” Catherine asked Georgia for the hundredth time over the phone. At least I think that’s what she asked. All I could hear was my girlfriend Georgia dutifully repeating the information into the receiver; “Yes yes, I’ve spoken to the priest, going to meet him and his […]
Tweet The South African wine industry has grown in leaps and bounds since the dawn of democracy in 1994. Many producers have won prestigious international awards for their creations, and South Africa is fast gaining acclaim as a wine producer to watch. Like the culture itself, dubbed the Rainbow Nation for the diversity, wines from […]
Tweet South Africa has a rich golfing heritage, having produced such golfing greats as Gary Player, Bobby Locke and Ernie Els. These great golfers, however, would not have had the opportunity to become champions had it not been for the outstanding golf courses that South Africa has to offer. The Western Cape, in particular, boasts […]
Tweet Chris Spengler, owner of Afton Grove Country Retreat in Noordhoek – Cape Town, reports having recently found an Arum Lily Reed Frog (Hyperolius horstocki) on the glass pane of a dining door at the lodge recently. The Red Data listed species – Western Leopard Toad (Bufo Pantherinus) is resident for most of the year […]