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Groendal gets a new library

Groendal residents have had to make do with their, admittedly, fully-equipped container library for the past decade. The container library was donated to the...

Franschhoek Wine Tram supports charities

The Franschhoek Wine Tram’s ticket stub charity initiative has resulted in them donating R20 000 each to five local charities for a total of...

“A journey of 1000 miles starts with a single step”

So says the ancient Chinese proverb. For Barry Phillips his journey of 1000 miles (1600 km) starts with a single push of a pedal...

Bridge House students do good in Philippolis

Busy days, hot sun, dusty streets, smiling faces, sweaty bodies and full hearts are some of the phrases used  by Bridge House students to...

French delegation visits Le Lude

Le Lude received a visit from a high-level French delegation on Friday, 13 May. Le Lude’s owners, Nic and Ferda Barrow, received the delegation. The...

La Cotte stream water pollution resolved?

Users of water from the La Cotte stream have been complaining of pollution in the stream since late November 2016. Problems experienced included discolouration;...

Stuart and Leigh greet PnP

Stuart Downie and Leigh Courtnage laid down the reins as owners of the PicknPay Franschhoek stores in May 2018, after 21 busy years in...

Mayor: Defeat the water challenge!

As the Mayor of Stellenbosch, I would like to share information regarding the greater Stellenbosch water situation with our residents. This will help to...

Franschhoeker rooting for hydroponics

There’s a farm near Klapmuts that has the capacity to grow 1 500 000 heads of Iceberg lettuce annually. It’s not Old Macdonald’s farm,...

La Motte shines in 2018 Drinks International Wine Tourism Awards

No stranger to international acclaim for the quality of its wine tourism offering, La Motte Wine Estate has again been acknowledged as Best Food...

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