The Pick ‘n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival

If you’re in the mood for a bit of a road trip this week, Knysna should definitely be on top of your list. Knysna is located along South Africa…

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C is for Chocolate

This weekend, Lourensford Wine Estate in Somerset West will be the venue for a two-day Winelands Chocolate Festival – serious chocaholic’s, this one is definitely for you.

Expect to…

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History, Wine, Food & Bastille Day

Bastille Day (known as La Fête Nationale in French) is a French holiday that commemorates the storming of the Bastille, a Parisian prison, on 14 July, 1789, during the…

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Wandering around Woodstock

Woodstock is one of Cape Town’s oldest and most vibrant neighbourhoods, renowned for its sense of community and colourful markets. Whether you are looking for some decadent sweet treats…

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Destination Elgin

From the orchards to the vineyards, the Elgin valley is dressed in exceptionally photogenic autumn shades right now, just in time for the annual Elgin Cool Wine and Country Festival…

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Say cheese!

The SA Cheese Festival, which takes place this weekend from 26-29 April at Sandringham farm on the Stellenbosch wine route, has become a must-do event for local cheese…

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A taste of the Cape this weekend

The annual Taste of Cape Town food festival takes place at the Green Point Cricket Club in nearby Green Point over the weekend. Grab a taxi (it’s less than…

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Theatrical Entertainment at its Best

Cape Grace’s concierge, Hoon Kim, offers some insider tips on what to see and do in the way of theatrical entertainment in Cape Town as late summer becomes autumn…

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Take to the streets! Bree Street hosts Open Streets today

Today’s Open Streets festival in Bree Street, Cape Town, taps into a global movement that started in Colombia with the aim of reclaiming public urban spaces, encouraging city kids…

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Celebrate Bastille Day

Bastille Day is the name given in English-speaking countries to the French National Day, which is celebrated on 14 July each year. Formally called La Fête Nationale, it…

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