!Khwa ttu wins at 2019 African Responsible Tourism Awards

The winners of the African Responsible Tourism Awards 2019 have been announced and Cape West Coast based tourism destination !Khwa ttu has taken the title in the Best Responsible Cultural or Heritage Experience category. Announced at World Travel Market Africa 2019, the African Responsible Tourism Awards celebrate the shining stars of responsible tourism on the… Read more »

Club Mykonos Langebaan: Open for business!

Through this challenging time let’s support one another by working together to pro-actively follow the recommended steps and measures to slow the spread of #COVID19.- Carmen Lerm founder West Coast Way Club Mykonos Takes Steps To Slow Spread Of Virus With COVID-19 Precautions From the Desk of Jon Kilroe-Smith – General Manager Club Mykonos We… Read more »

Rare Wine Relics On Exhibit At Groot Constantia On The Cape Way

A selection of historical wine artifacts are on exhibit at Groot Constantia until 21 June and visitors are being offered a rare chance to view these relics, which unveil the history of the wine that Napoleon drank while in exile on St Helena Island. This unique exhibition, entitled “Wine of Exile: The wine of Napoleon… Read more »

!Khwa Ttu 2019 African Responsible Tourism Awards

 !Khwa Ttu In Finals Of 2019 African Responsible Tourism Awards #ARTA19 #RTAwardsAfrica Finalists for the 2019 African Responsible Tourism Awards announced !Khwa Ttu 2019 African Responsible Tourism Awards News: A sports event attracting 20 000 participants, an operator specializing in treks up Kilimanjaro and a safari beach lodge are only some of the inspirational organisations… Read more »

Grand Parade upgrade set to be a game changer for the precinct

The more than R5 million upgrade being undertaken by the City of Cape Town will ensure this iconic public space becomes a hive of activity for locals and visitors to the city. The realignment of the trading spaces will feature new trading opportunities that will provide a greater variety of offerings to shoppers. ‘The Grand… Read more »

Cultural Heritage Site In Cape Town Receives Multimillion-Rand Facelift

The Old Granary building, a cultural heritage site in Cape Town’s central business district, has received a multimillion-rand facelift. Work includes an overhaul of the exterior façade, rehabilitation of the interior space, and has brought in an interactive exhibition that includes several interactive and digital exhibits, conceptualised and designed by Formula D Interactive. The neo-classical building… Read more »

James Vos gets appointed by the City of Cape Town Executive Mayor to serve as Member of the Mayoral Committee

Statement by James Vos I am honoured to accept the nomination from the City of Cape Town Executive Mayor to serve as Member of the Mayoral Committee. This comes at a time of increased public attention to the political affairs taking place in the Metro and therefore I regard my appointment as an incredible opportunity… Read more »

BLACC Fest X Langa

South Africa, Cape Town, October 2018; the Black Cellar Club (BLACC) is to host its first premium wine and spirits festival this November. South Africa’s first township, Langa, was chosen for the historic occasion and theGuga s’Thebe Arts & Culture Centre making for the ideal address. Says Aubrey Ngcungama, co-founder of the Black Cellar Club,… Read more »

Second Darling Scarecrow Festival held 26 – 28 October 2018

Darling welcomed visitors from all over to the second Darling Scarecrow Festival, the past weekend. Close to 70 scarecrows made by Darling residents were displayed around the village and visitors could participate in the Scarecrow Route by purchasing a scarecrow badge and identifying the number of registered scarecrows. The closest estimates were placed in a… Read more »

South Africa Announces Ocean Protection Expansion

The Department of Environmental Affairs announced that on October 24, South Africa’s Cabinet approved 20 new and expanded Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), representative of the country’s rich coastal and ocean biodiversity. This will increase the ocean protection within the South African Exclusive Economic Zone from 0.4% to 5%, a significant step forward for marine eco-tourism as… Read more »

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