Keen On Cape Town

Improving public transport one phase at a time

Posted on August 25th, 2015


After four years in operation, the City of Cape Town has so far accomplished the aim of improving public transport in and around the city centre/CBD and reaching as far as the Table View area. The MyCiti Bus system that was launched in 2011 provides the city and other areas within Cape Town, a mode… Read More…

Self-storage grows rapidly

Posted on August 18th, 2015


The growth in the number of self-storage facilities in Cape Town is indicative of a trend amongst Capetonians, and people around the world, to downsize homes for a variety of reasons ranging from economic necessity to a more mobile lifestyle, a report into the burgeoning self-storage market states. ‘Just 15 years ago, self-storage facilities were… Read More…

The Voice SA on the way in 2016

Posted on August 17th, 2015


South Africa will have its own version of the popular singing show The Voice in early 2016. M-Net will broadcast the The Voice SA along with Idols SA, giving all you talented singers out there even more chances to launch a career in the music industry. I enjoy the American version of The Voice. The… Read More…

South Africa cricket fixtures 2015/2016

Posted on August 12th, 2015


Fans of the Proteas have a bumper season of international cricket to look forward to in 2015/2016. The team recently completed a tough series in Bangladesh where things didn’t quite go according to plan. With that said, Bangladesh is clearly a team on the rise in world cricket – something we definitely need more of. New Zealand is… Read More…

Bringing the community closer to the canvas

Posted on August 12th, 2015

Photo courtesy of Teigue Blokpoel

Artmode, the annual event that presents a behind-the-scenes experience, allows people to see artists in their element. It provides a platform for both established and budding creatives, across a diversity of styles, mediums, forms and influences to showcase their art. ‘Artmode benefits the artists by celebrating their talents while providing them with a platform as… Read More…

Street Food Festival to tickle Cape Town and Jozi’s tastebuds

Posted on July 14th, 2015


Cape Town and Johannesburg are set to enjoy a cultural culinary experience at the Street Food Festival happening on 26 July and 1 August respectively. The festival offers aspiring chefs a platform to learn how to make a business out of their passion. Launched in Cape Town in 2014, the festival prides itself on its… Read More…

Co-working spaces bring workers closer

Posted on July 14th, 2015


The city of Cape Town is experiencing a trend in entrepreneurial spaces, which allows both proprietor and entrepreneurial tenants to benefit from this co-working ingenuity. Entrepreneurial spaces are about making the personal choice to work alongside other people instead of in isolation. It’s a great concept due to its inherent appeal to the dynamic of… Read More…

Winter doesn’t rain on City Walk Saturday’s parade

Posted on July 14th, 2015


With the introduction of City Walk Saturdays, taking place every third Saturday of each month, the event forms part of an initiative to change the way that Capetonians engage with each other and their surroundings through public spaces. “The City Walk is a new addition to Cape Town’s multi-faceted central city experience. Starting in the… Read More…

Western Province Currie Cup Fixtures 2015

Posted on June 25th, 2015


The ABSA Currie Cup tournament kicks off on 7 August 2015. Western Province will be one of the hot favourites but it certainly won’t be easy with the Golden Lions looking to avenge their agonising loss in last year’s final at Newlands. The Springboks will be on World Cup duty in September/October, leaving the door… Read More…

Cell C to offer free Facebook access

Posted on June 25th, 2015


Facebook users will be happy to see that Cell C is offering free access to the popular social media platform from 1 July 2015. The promotion will be available to post-paid, top-up and pre-paid customers until 31 August 2015. After this period, the service will be free for another 12 months if you access Facebook… Read More…


Events Guide


Book now for Delheim’s Jazz and Cheese Fondues

Escape the cold with a warm-hearted feast at famous Stellenbosch estate

From 12h30 until 15h30

At Delheim Estate

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Bottelary Hills Pop Up Lunches pay homage to heritage fare

Chef George Jardine to enthral with traditional tastes and champion wines

From 12h00 until 16h00

At various

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La Petite Ferme to dazzle with Wine & Food Experiences

Savour sublime dishes with local and international wines at four events only

From 18h30 until 22h00

At La Petite Ferme Restaurant

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