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South Africa is coming to terms with the first confirmed Covid-19 case:

The Coronavirus is here


Already Google is cancelling events in South Africa.

Sadly, this means no International Women’s Day celebrations:

Google cancels its IWD Cape Town event because of the Coronavirus.

This comes just after Google cancels its flagship conference I/O 2020, banning all business travel except in “critical” situations.

After all the #20plenty excitement, will this be the year the world stops to travel and gather?





There is a new festive season market you can add to your list of gems for Christmas shopping:

The CTICC launched The Gift Fair from Friday, 29 November to Saturday, 30 November 2019.

150 capetonian entrepreneurs exhibited their products ranging from decorations, consumables, arts and crafts, clothing, accessories, jewellery, health and beauty, to gadgets and children’s educational tools and toys.



There was plenty choice of unique personal and even personalised gifts with some special treasures:



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Anna-Tina Original at #TheGiftFair at the #CTICC.

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Care Green Life at #TheGiftFair at the #CTICC

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Unique Wooden Toys at #TheGiftFair at the #CTICC.

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The foyer of the CTICC was turned into a festive indoor market that was easy to browse:

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Lovely #festive atmosphere at#TheGiftFair at the #CTICC.

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Lovely live music invited to pause and sit down to watch the performance:

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Amy Tjasink #live at #TheGiftFair at the #CTICC.

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All in all, an easy going shopping experience with some fantastic bargains to discover.


#TheGiftFair #CTICC




The fourth industrial revolution is coming and Africa needs to get ready.


The Africa Future Summit helps accelerating development, as it caters for organisations at grassroots level.


Often tech events happen where tech is readily available: in the City Center. However, the CBD is not easily accessible for disadvantaged people.

The Africa Future Summit solved this all too often ocurring non-inclusivity by partnering with the YMCA.


In South Africa the YMCA in Athlone was chosen, an area that has been plagued with increase of violent crime over the past years.

But the YMCA is on the outskirts right next to the Athlone Stadium, a good landmark not to get lost. So even a few of the ususally included city people made it out to Athlone.


The event itself was packed, people pouring out of the main hall for a break, exhausted from all the information that was presented. And that was just the morning session. The afternoon session was where all the bootcamps came in.

It was a young crowd, full of aspiration and ideas. At the Africa Future Summit they got ignited to actively making the future of Africa happen.


The tour teaches fundamentals of frontier tech investments, startup development and ecosystem building via exclusive sessions with award winning local and international experts.

Each country features its own combination of on site workshop training, networking round tables, live Q/A sessions with speakers and sponsors, attendee spotlight features, exhibitor showcase demos and VIP networking.

To accelerate developments within Africa’s tech ecosystem, the agenda curriculum includes training sessions on future technologies (Ai, Blockchain, Virtual Reality, Space, Nanotechnology, Internet of Things etc.) and career development sessions on personal branding, digital entrepreneurship and the future of work.


Attending the Africa Future Summit makes you future-ready, from the grassroots level up.


To join the free Africa Future Tour you can RSVP here:

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Joey Fourie, the host of The Daily Music Show, welcomes everyone at the closing event for Reclaim Agency 2.0.


If you’re in Cape Town only for a short while and still want to experience the rich and cultural heritage of the Cape, go see The Daily Music Show.


But beware: The Daily Music Show is not just easy-listening entertainment.

The music lyrics, spoken poetry and art exhibitions challenge every visitor on a profound level of understanding, tourists and locals alike.

The Daily Music Show speaks to everyone, newcomers to Cape Town as well as South African icons, as it reaches out on different levels of context: Everyone can connect on broad references to South Africa, and a few also get the finer nuances with the sideline remarks that can go so very deep.


Every show is different.

The variety of the acts is like a roller coaster ride of emotions, from a mellow infusion of jazz to touching storytelling back to party vibes and dancing.

All the acts are of high quality and caliber, delivering their message straight to your heart.


The Daily Music Show is not just an experience of Cape culture, but also an insight into the struggle it took to keep these cultures alive during apartheid.

These are real stories of activists challenging the status quo through art.


But see for yourself how impactful the performances are:


Don’t miss your chance to experience Cape Town’s eclectic culture live at The Daily Music Show.


Book your tickets for The Daily Music Show now on Quicket.

Call 0848807012 or email


Or simply pop by for the night!

Find The Daily Music Show at Glaston House, Corner of Church & Loop:
110 Loop Street, Cape Town City Centre, 8000 Cape Town, South Africa.




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I’m not a rugby fan. But I’m a World Cup fan.

Of course I’m supporting South Africa, but I didn’t want to go to a public viewing, as I’m busy painting the Ranzani Salt & Pepper Grinders.


We don’t have a TV, so I decided to give the good old radio a go.


I don’t even understand half of the rules of rugby, I normally only watch it because my South African friends are watching it.


So listening to it with no picture was really hard at first:

Sometimes the commentators would only shout out the names of the players who passed on the ball, and I don’t know which team they play on, let alone what position.


So I listened harder, with concentration, and that allowed me to follow the game:

Every now and then the sports reporters were summarising the manoeuvres, as the action happened too quickly to describe every move.

Not only did they outline the mistake of a player leading to a penalty, they also reasoned why this mistake had happened and the potential outcome had it not happened.


This insight mixed with the true passion of the commentators made for an emotional listening experience, continuing still after the Springboks had won with broadcasting the victory ceremony.

The Springboks celebrate their Rugby World Cup win.

Based on this I recommend to rather listen to the radio coverage of a game, even while watching it on TV.

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If you are visiting the Cape or are hosting visitors, a great travel resource are the Gateway Guides.


Gateway Guides are free to pick up at most tourist spots.

Gateway Guides are free to pick up at most tourist spots.


Those flyers and brochures you find at major tourist attractions give you a good idea what to do in the area.


Watch out for the Gateway Guides: They are packed with insider knowledge, handy maps for hiking and a great overview for more sightseeing opportunities near by.

Especially the guide to ‘80 Places to visit and see in Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula’ is a great list to have at hand when trying to decide what to see out of all the awesome things in the Cape.

And if that’s not enough, guess what, just pick up ‘80 More Places to visit and see in Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula’.




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Sometimes mother nature takes back what is hers.

And it always looks impressive.


Like this gangplank, which is swollowed up by the dunes.

You don’t even notice that the wood disappeares beneath your feet, it feels so natural to walk on the sand.


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#Beach #Walk: The stairs that sink in the sands. #LoveCapeTown

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If you can dream it, you can thrift it.


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