NEWSLETTERS

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October Newsletter

Kickstart the summer season on a fashionable high note at the annual Franschhoek Cap Classique & Champagne Festival. One of SA’s premier social calendar highlights, this year’s event takes place at the iconic Huguenot Monument.

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September Newsletter

Dedicated to Steenberg’s 17th century founder, Catharina Ras, or Tryn as she was known to her nearest and dearest; this restaurant has been transformed into a youthful and vibrant space.

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August Newsletter

William Kentridge is a world-renowned South African artist, best known for his prints, drawings and animated films. For the very first time, Norval Foundation will host,

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July Newsletter

Hermanus, an idyllic seaside town on the warmer side of the Cape Peninsula, is famous for Southern Right Whale watching from July to November every year.

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June Newsletter

We have the good fortune to be blessed with a Mediterranean climate here in Cape Town. Our summers are hot and dry and our winters moderate, with an average high of 20 and a low of just 12 degrees Celsius.

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May Newsletter

We are excited to be exhibiting to key international buyers and press at We Are Africa again, from 13-16 May 2019, a truly incredible event that provides the most extraordinary experiences the African continent has to offer.

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December Newsletter

On Saturday 1st December, the World Travel Awards was held in Lisbon, Portugal, where Cape Town was awarded the prize for the World’s Leading Festival & Event Destination.

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November Newsletter

Holidays are all about memories. They are the most important things that you take home with you at the end, especially when you have shared them with special friends and loved ones.

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October Newsletter

Its is well known that the Summer season takes a little longer to arrive in the Cape than the rest of the country, but with it comes a whole host of events.

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August Newsletter

It was the 49th edition, attracting almost 100,000 visitors and 295 top-notch galleries. And it was astounding.

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July Newsletter

Arguably, the most beautiful part of South Africa is what is known as the Garden Route, a magnificent area that stretches across the southern coast of the peninsula, from Mossel Bay to Stormsriver.

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Our June Newsletter

Great news is, the City of Cape Town has abolished “Day Zero” in 2018 and 2019, the day when the city’s taps run dry.

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Our May Newsletter

Cape Town, as many of my British, German and French counterparts often tell me, is ‘a little bit of Europe in Africa’.

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Our April Newsletter

As we head into the second quarter of 2018, we have noticed, based on the high occupancy rate of our luxury villas, that Cape Town has become less of a seasonal destination and more of an all-year round place to visit.

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Our March Newsletter

There is a rejuvenated sense of optimism in South Africa, with the recent appointment of Cyril Ramaphosa as the newly elected president.

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