Looking back on 2018

It has been a year of new beginnings for the city centre as well as the V&A Waterfront, as many of the old spaces...

Interactive installation at the Silo District open to the public

A new interactive installation, situated on Silo Square at the V&A Waterfront, is open to the public free of charge, after a temporary closure...

Innovation can inspire a nation

Innovation generally refers to changing processes or creating more effective processes, products and ideas.How important will innovation be for businesses in 2019? The global Innovation...

Holocaust still has lessons to teach us today

People passing by the South African Jewish Museum might easily miss the Cape Town Holocaust and Genocide Centre, tucked away on the same premises...

Get motivated by setting fitness goals

“80% of what you eat can be seen in what you look like.”

Free concert

The Saxman, also known as Andrew Young, will perform at the V&A Waterfront’s amphitheatre on Saturday January 19, at 7pm. The Liverpool-born artist will...

Follicle fabulous

The Cape Town Natural Hair Fest, organised by the Cape Town Naturally Collective, was at the newly opened section of the Cape Town International...

Exhibition explores history of slave ship

The gruelling history behind the Sao Jose Paquete d’Africa is being laid bare in a permanent exhibition at the Slave Lodge Museum.The Portuguese slave...

Exhibition

Fleur au Soleil, a solo exhibition by Roelof Rossouw, will be opening at the Cape Gallery on Sunday January 13, at 4.30pm. “Before I...

Classic beauties enthrall

Christmas came early for Ford enthusiasts who were able to feast their eyes on twenty classic Ford models parked in St George’s Mall on...