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The closing of South Africa's Fugard Theatre points to systemic failures
The closing of South Africa's Fugard Theatre points to systemic failuresArticle

South Africa's theatre fraternity has reacted with heartbreak to the announcement that Cape Town's famous Fugard Theatre has closed its doors for good. Fiona Ramsay is head of the department of theatre and performing arts at the University of the Witwatersrand. She asked Ismail Mahomed, a playwright and seasoned theatre and arts festival manager, about what forces aligned to see the theatre close - and whether this could have been prevented.

Fiona Ramsay 1 day ago

Table Mountain Cableway introduces a private cable car
Table Mountain Cableway introduces a private cable carArticle

The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company (TMACC) has introduced a private cable car service. The new offering is suited for people who would like an extra level of social distancing and privacy when hosting their event, special occasion or private group.

2 days ago

How to plan the perfect winter getaway in the Cape Winelands
How to plan the perfect winter getaway in the Cape WinelandsArticle

The Cape Winelands in the Western Cape offers a wonderful winter escape for those needing a little break from the stresses of everyday life. The Cape Winelands is a go-to for travellers from far and wide who are in search of tranquillity and a diverse array of experiences to remember.

28 Apr 2021

Emergency relief efforts for Rhodes Memorial, UCT fire under way - here's how to help
Emergency relief efforts for Rhodes Memorial, UCT fire under way - here's how to helpArticle

Emergency relief efforts are under way in Cape Town after a runaway fire destroyed parts of the Rhodes Memorial restaurant and caused unknown damage to...

Sindy Peters 19 Apr 2021

UCT campus evacuated, classes suspended after fire guts library
UCT campus evacuated, classes suspended after fire guts libraryArticle

UCT's library has been destroyed and students evacuated after the fire that started on the slopes of Table Mountain near Rhodes Memorial yesterday spread onto the Rondebosch campus...

Shan Radcliffe 19 Apr 2021

7 safety tips to make the most out of your time on Table Mountain
7 safety tips to make the most out of your time on Table MountainArticle

Exploring Table Mountain in Cape Town is a must for anyone visiting the city; even for those from the city. The upcoming long weekends present the opportunity to do so, however, it's important to stay safe while exploring the New7Wonder of Nature.

8 Apr 2021

Exclusive digital experiences featuring local musician Jeremy Loops - a priceless moment hosted by Mastercard
Exclusive digital experiences featuring local musician Jeremy Loops - a priceless moment hosted by MastercardArticle

Mastercard will launch a new Priceless digital experience with a video featuring recording artist Jeremy Loops performing his hit song "Down South" on the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway...

Issued by Tractor Outdoor 26 Mar 2021

Top touristy things to do in Cape Town, Joburg and Durban
Top touristy things to do in Cape Town, Joburg and DurbanArticle

South Africans are spoilt for choice when it comes to local travel; our cities have so much to offer and explore. With the lockdown moving to Level 1 and a long weekend approaching, now is the perfect time to be a tourist in your city.

25 Mar 2021

Travel locally now, you'll be so glad you did
Travel locally now, you'll be so glad you didArticle

With international travel off the cards right now, more South Africans are discovering why millions of tourists head south every year. Why go anywhere else when you've got it all right here?...

Issued by SA Airlines 2 Mar 2021

SANParks boosts digital transformation strategy
SANParks boosts digital transformation strategyArticle

Datacentrix has been working on a number of projects to support SANParks in its digital transformation journey. This includes the national rollout of software-defined networking technology...

26 Jan 2021

Cape Town launches fog harvesting pilot project on Table Mountain
Cape Town launches fog harvesting pilot project on Table MountainArticle

After experiencing one of the worst drought's in its recent history, the City of Cape Town has been investigating alternative avenues to augment its drinking water supply...

17 Dec 2020

SA's 5 best mountain biking trails
SA's 5 best mountain biking trailsArticle

If you're a mountain bike enthusiast and live in South Africa, you're spoilt for choice when it comes to exciting trails. To narrow down your selection, here are five of the country's top trails...

17 Dec 2020

Metals from urban pollution are contaminating the last few old forests in Cape Town
Metals from urban pollution are contaminating the last few old forests in Cape TownArticle

Forests are good for the planet: they purify the air and moderate the climate...

Anne-Liese Naude (Kruger) 15 Dec 2020

#BestofBiz 2020: Tourism & Travel
#BestofBiz 2020: Tourism & TravelArticle

We've compiled our annual #BestofBiz 2020 lists across all our industries featuring our most popular articles, most-read contributors and brand press offices with the most views...

14 Dec 2020

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SANParks calls for shared responsibility in light of Covid-19 surgeArticle

SANParks fall within the jurisdiction of the identified hotspots in both the Eastern and Western Cape where an increase in Covid-19 cases have been reported...

10 Dec 2020

5 ways to explore Cape Town's city centre this holiday season
5 ways to explore Cape Town's city centre this holiday seasonArticle

The Cape Town central city is all set to entertain locals and tourists alike in the 2020 holiday season...

30 Nov 2020

World Travel Awards announces Africa 2020 winners
World Travel Awards announces Africa 2020 winnersArticle

World Travel Awards - the global initiative to recognise and reward excellence in travel and tourism - has unveiled its Africa 2020 winners to coincide with its inaugural Africa Winners Day.

9 Nov 2020

#EvolutionofWork: Covid-19 has driven digital work technology adoption forward by nearly 5 years
#EvolutionofWork: Covid-19 has driven digital work technology adoption forward by nearly 5 yearsArticle

As part of our #EvolutionofWork content feature, Boomtown's all-female digital department shares what the future of work looks like from their point of view and how they're navigating the 'new normal' in the aftermath of Covid-19...

Jessica Tennant 3 Nov 2020

Sun International's The Table Bay is officially reopened for business
Sun International's The Table Bay is officially reopened for businessArticle

Following seven long months of lockdown, Sun International's five-star Table Bay Hotel will once again throw open its doors to guests as of today, 30 October, making it the final hotel in the group to reopen...

Robin Fredericks 30 Oct 2020

CPT Tourism: Despite a tough year, industry players optimistic tourism can bounce back
CPT Tourism: Despite a tough year, industry players optimistic tourism can bounce backArticle

"When we started our new year, we were feeling optimistic as pre-lockdown arrivals looked to be better than 2019 - we were finally recovering from the drought. Then Covid-19 took us all by surprise..."

28 Oct 2020

Cape Town Stadium to feature in new racing video game from iconic Codemasters stable
Cape Town Stadium to feature in new racing video game from iconic Codemasters stableArticle

The Cape Town Stadium has been selected as one of the in-game playgrounds in a new racing game from leading UK video game developer and publisher, Codemasters.

Issued by Nahana Communications Group 26 Oct 2020

10 must-see locations in sub-Saharan Africa
10 must-see locations in sub-Saharan AfricaArticle

Leisure travel hasn't been an option for many of us, this year, with Covid-19 and all the other things that came with the novel coronavirus. But with the borders now officially open to some countries, our continent seems like the perfect place to start our travels...

22 Oct 2020

Danish government invests R11m in groundwater abstraction in Cape Town
Danish government invests R11m in groundwater abstraction in Cape TownArticle

To help ensure that Cape Town's groundwater supply is managed sustainably into the future, the Danish government has committed to a two-year sponsorship...

6 Oct 2020

What the tourism sector can learn from Cape Town's drought
What the tourism sector can learn from Cape Town's droughtArticle

Regional tourism took a huge knock from the Day Zero experience in Cape Town, South Africa. Here are the lessons learnt...

23 Sep 2020

The River Club, currently a nine-hole golf course, is to be rezoned and will house new headquarters for giant multi-national company Amazon, following a decision by the City’s Municipal Planning Tribunal on Friday. Photo: Steve Kretzmann
Municipal tribunal gives go-ahead to mega-development at Two Rivers Urban ParkArticle

The rezoning of the River Club property in Observatory to allow a R4.5bn mega-development including headquarters for Amazon was given the go-ahead by the City of Cape Town's Municipal Planning Tribunal...

Steve Kretzmann 23 Sep 2020

4 sub-Saharan African countries to visit this spring
4 sub-Saharan African countries to visit this springArticle

With the borders officially opening to the rest of Africa and the world on 1 October 2020, South Africa's neighbouring countries in sub-Saharan Africa offer the perfect vacation spots for SA travellers who want to follow their wanderlust...

18 Sep 2020

#DoBizZa: Local students start up Collars4Africa
#DoBizZa: Local students start up Collars4AfricaArticle

Every year, UCT's postgraduate management students who specialise in entrepreneurship are required to start a profitable business. Six students, who met through the course, founded Collars4Africa...

Evan-Lee Courie 16 Sep 2020

8 foodie and adventure activities in the Constantia Valley
8 foodie and adventure activities in the Constantia ValleyArticle

Set against the densely forested eastern sides of the Table Mountain range and sloping down into a valley of vineyards, Constantia offers plenty of reasons to plan a holiday break or getaway around this locale...

16 Sep 2020

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SANParks announces free access week dates for 2020Article

"SANParks has postponed the free access week which is traditionally held in September, to November due to the Covid-19 alert level 2 regulations which restrict the number of persons allowed within public spaces."

1 Sep 2020

R4bn River Club development clears major obstacle
R4bn River Club development clears major obstacleArticle

The next step towards a massive R4bn development on the contested River Club site in Observatory, Cape Town, has been authorised by the provincial government...

Steve Kretzmann 31 Aug 2020

Where to stay on the West Coast when looking at the wildflowers
Where to stay on the West Coast when looking at the wildflowersArticle

South Africa has officially entered lockdown Level 2 - which allows for leisure travel within the country. This offers an opportunity to explore some of the country's hidden gems, one of which is the West Coast Way in the Western Cape...

27 Aug 2020

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Table Mountain Cableway reopens in SeptemberArticle

Thanks to the easing of the national lockdown regulations, The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company is now ready to welcome local and domestic travellers from Tuesday, 1 September 2020...

24 Aug 2020

South Africa's first eco home loan
South Africa's first eco home loanArticle

One of the key residential market trends in South Africa has been the move away from freehold homes into estate or complex living, largely because they offer increased security, and a sense of community...

Kerry Dimmer, Issued by Private Property South Africa 21 Aug 2020

3 dental treatments you have to get in Cape Town
3 dental treatments you have to get in Cape TownArticle

At JJS Dentistry based in Cape Town, you can have your dental treatments complete within a few short hours - leaving plenty of time to enjoy a splendid vacation in vibrant Cape Town...

Issued by Avily 19 Aug 2020

Tasneem Rajie, Marie Abraham & Giselle Esau
#WomensMonth: Technology is a catalyst to empowerment in tourismArticle

Women's Month is an opportunity to celebrate and reflect on women's achievements, including those in the workplace.

17 Aug 2020

dhk marries historical, contemporary influences at 32 on Kloof
dhk marries historical, contemporary influences at 32 on KloofArticle

Originally constructed in 1922 by architecture firm Parker & Forsyth for the United Tobacco Companies Limited (UTC), 32 on Kloof once housed the company's administration department...

30 Jul 2020

V&A's R63m food emporium and incubator space set to launch in December
V&A's R63m food emporium and incubator space set to launch in DecemberArticle

The V&A Waterfront is pushing ahead with its plan to develop Makers Landing, a local food destination comprising a food emporium and business incubator...

30 Jul 2020

#StartupStory: Burying social ills to create a brighter future
#StartupStory: Burying social ills to create a brighter futureArticle

Melun Jeptha noticed two empty plots of land that were being used as dumping grounds and decided to do something about it...

Evan-Lee Courie 27 Jul 2020

In Review: Self-isolate in style at Spanish Farm Guest Lodge's self-catering luxury villas
In Review: Self-isolate in style at Spanish Farm Guest Lodge's self-catering luxury villasArticle

As the local tourism and travel industry tentatively opens up, South Africans can start venturing out of 'house arrest' and help boost our struggling tourism industry by escaping to remote and secluded accommodation options across the country...

Ruth Cooper 7 Jul 2020

#BizUnity: Small businesses doing big things during lockdown
#BizUnity: Small businesses doing big things during lockdownArticle

South Africa is into the third month of lockdown and many entrepreneurs still don't know if they will be able to reopen their businesses when the lockdown is over. However, this hasn't stopped them from opening their hearts and wallets to those in need.

Terrena Rathanlall 29 Jun 2020

SANParks permits self-drive excursions for day visitors
SANParks permits self-drive excursions for day visitorsArticle

The South African National Parks will open for self-drive excursions for day visitors in parks that cater for self-drives. These will be permitted from Monday, 8 June 2020...

8 Jun 2020

Local award winning documentary wins at WTM Africa 2020
Local award winning documentary wins at WTM Africa 2020Article

The Blood Lions campaign in conjunction with Love Africa Marketing has won 'Most Compelling Digital Story' in the inaugural African Travel Week Travel & Tourism Awards...

15 May 2020

And then everything changed
And then everything changedArticle

Eugene Yiga explores how Covid-19 is impacting the travel, hospitality, and entertainment industries in South Africa...

Eugene Yiga 8 May 2020

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African Travel and Tourism Awards announce 2020 finalistsArticle

The awards recognise the best of national, regional and city tourist boards and recognise outstanding private sector companies and individuals in Africa.

6 Apr 2020

5 things to do with the family during SA's nationwide lockdown
5 things to do with the family during SA's nationwide lockdownArticle

As ambassadors for travel, South African Tourism is responding to the challenge of travel, without leaving your home...

27 Mar 2020

Table Mountain Cableway closes amid coronavirus pandemic
Table Mountain Cableway closes amid coronavirus pandemicArticle

Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company (TMACC) will be closed to all visitors until after Easter, or until greater clarity is given on the management and containment of the virus...

19 Mar 2020

Is taking a bleisure trip in your own country worth it?
Is taking a bleisure trip in your own country worth it?Article

South Africa has become a popular bleisure destination for international business travellers, but are South Africans taking advantage of the experience their own country offers?

5 Mar 2020

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Table Mountain Cableway expands safety measures for visitorsArticle

With so many people visiting this New7Wonder of the natural world, safety remains paramount at one of South Africa's leading tourist attractions...

4 Feb 2020

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4 innovations to disrupt SA tourism in 2020Article

Will 2020 herald in the decade of flying cars, AI concierges and holograph meetings with clients and colleagues across the world?

27 Jan 2020

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