Cape Town’s Touchwood

TouchWood formed in 2012 when lead vocalist Ruth De Freitas and talented musical sisters Tessa and Julia Johnson met at a GreenPop tree planting festival in the enchanted Platbos forest. The girls started off as a marimba act before … [Read more...]

Incredible weather for the Cape

Never before have I seen such weather displayed on the streets of Cape Town. Whether one could consider this a joy will soon be deflected if this persists for a day or two and the impact of the cold and slippery roads gives the Capetonians … [Read more...]

Mutandiro wins Cape Town Marathon 2012

Zimbabwean Gilbert Mutandiro (Mr Price) fought off the fierce challenge of South African Lungile Gongqa (Mr Price) to record a thrilling 7 second victory and claim the R20 000 first prize at the Cape Town Marathon 2012 on Sunday 23 … [Read more...]

Send Cape Town to Canberra

On Wednesday 23 May, Theatresports Cape Town will be raising funds to send three of their improvisers (Candice D’Arcy, Megan Furniss and Tandi Buchan) to Canberra for an international Improvisation festival. Special guests will be … [Read more...]

No crises for Cape Tourism

No crises for Cape Tourism. Cape Town Tourism cautions against alarmist statements about a tourism crisis. “We are in the middle of winter, traditionally a very tough time for the tourism sector in Cape Town.  This is reflected in the low … [Read more...]

Investors prefer Cape Town

Cape Town is fast becoming a destination of choice for domestic and foreign investors looking to expand their operations in Africa. Tourism has always been a major drawcard for Cape Town, known internationally as a top leisure destination, … [Read more...]