Bianca Coleman found a new way to enjoy the mountain and its views of Cape Town which will make you feel like a VIP.
The founder of The Open Streets initiative in Cape Town is on a journey, writes Michael Morris.
Galileo cinema hosts film screenings at outdoor locations in and around Cape Town.
Walk beneath trees and along streams as you explore the Constantia Valley's greenbelt trails, writes Karen Watkins.
There's nothing better than being greeted by a warm smile, and Gloria Mzele has a fabulous one.
Werf Market on Saturdays is latest in long line of interesting and exciting attractions.
Head off to De Hoop Nature Reserve, a comfortable three-hour drive from Cape Town.
The Canal District will essentially be the first point of contact with the V&A Waterfront for visitors entering the property.
The festive season has arrived. Take a look at what the Mother City has to offer.
The fourth instalment in our series on Cape Town's beaches, written by Helen Bamford, focuses on Sea Point.
A new monthly event in Cape Town strips the pretence away and the intention is to just drink wine.
Darling Brew's new brewery embodies the business's slogan 'Slow Beer'.
It's safe to say we're on the brink of summer. And what is better in summer than a picnic?.
As a permanent tourist in his own city, Michael Letlala is a walking encyclopedia about Cape Town.
Cape Town museum gives visitors 'real feel' into operation performed 48 years ago.