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15 Mar '16, 05:55am
It’s the long weekend, lets have a jol
It’s the long weekend, lets have a jol

We have two long weekends coming up this month. Bianca Coleman has a few ideas on how you can spend them.

14 Mar '16, 06:27am
Clean, green and quite supreme
Clean, green and quite supreme

Adrian Rorvik caters for himself, and finds it sublime.

11 Mar '16, 5:00pm
SA’s first walking festival
SA’s first walking festival

'Walking festivals are a big trend globally, and the Garden Route Walking Fest is a first for South Africa.' [VIDEO].

11 Mar '16, 09:37am
Carnival to celebrate Mother City in style
Carnival to celebrate Mother City in style

Spectators are in for a treat with over-the-top floats, musical performances and an after party.

10 Mar '16, 2:00pm
Explore art and history at night
Explore art and history at night

The second instalment of this popular Cape Town initiative is back, writes Bianca Coleman.

09 Mar '16, 2:00pm
A museum from Africa, for Africa, in Africa
A museum from Africa, for Africa, in Africa

The Zeitz Collection will be housed in a nine-storey repository at the V&A Waterfront, writes Nontando Mposo.

08 Mar '16, 2:00pm
Intimate market offers wholesome variety
Intimate market offers wholesome variety

The Good Company Farmers' Market has everything you need - wine, beer, coffee, food, produce - without the crowds.

05 Mar '16, 07:00am
Tranquillity is a real walk in the park
Tranquillity is a real walk in the park

It's taken a while, but Bianca Coleman finally visits Green Point Urban Park. And, she's a bit underwhelmed.

04 Mar '16, 10:23am
Winelands fest opens window to the region
Winelands fest opens window to the region

Nontando Mposo gets a peek of what's in store at Saturday's Paarl OmmiBerg Round the Rock fest.

03 Mar '16, 5:00pm
Who says simple is boring?
Who says simple is boring?

An award-winning menu with a celebrity chef - but you won't find any pretences at this restaurant, writes Marchelle Abrahams.

02 Mar '16, 2:00pm
They’ve got their ducks in a row
They’ve got their ducks in a row

Watch the ducks do their work on Vergenoegd wine farm, writes Bianca Coleman.

01 Mar '16, 10:12am
Wonderful winter awaits in Paternoster
Wonderful winter awaits in Paternoster

In the colder months there are few things more alluring than huddling up next to a fire and feasting on sumptuous food.

29 Feb '16, 10:10am
An after-dark cultural experience
An after-dark cultural experience

Explore the museums of Central Cape Town in a new light, after dark, and for free.

26 Feb '16, 2:00pm
Wine, whales and lounging around
Wine, whales and lounging around

Adrian Rorvik completes his three-part series on his Cape Country Routes roadtrip.

24 Feb '16, 10:20am
New plan to transform Cape urban park
New plan to transform Cape urban park

Trafalgar Park was formally established in 1905 for the residents of District Six and was then known as the East End Plantation.