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Wesgro water saving initiative welcomed

Wesgro – the Western Cape’s investment and tourism promotion agency – in partnership with the Western Cape Government, CapeNature and Airbnb last year conducted...

Stellenbosch speaker resigns; first female speaker elected

Cllr Minnie Petersen’s election as speaker of the Stellenbosch Municipal Council not only makes her the council’s first female speaker, but also means that...

New Huguenot Memorial Museum Manager

The Huguenot Memorial Museum has a new manager. Anita van der Merwe (nèè Du Preez) has taken over the reins from Elvira Johannes who...

Leeu Estates Named SA’s Leading Wine Country Hotel by World Travel Awards

For the second year running, World Travel Awards has named Leeu Estates, the Leeu Collection’s flagship property in Franschhoek, as South Africa’s Leading Wine...

Allan Gray Entrepreneurship Challenge achievers to jet off to the US

Two Bridge House Grade 9 students came in the top three of the Allan Gray Entrepreneurship Challenge. Tim Vermeulen came second and and Bocasho...

State to launch turnaround strategy for Solms-Delta

The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform announced in a press release on 31 May 2018 that it is to initiate a turnaround...

Sensei Chris Ensil – a sport legend

Franschhoek's resident karate instructor has been recognised as a ‘legend’ by the Department of Culture and Sport at the Western Cape Legend Awards Ceremony...

Eric Bulpitt new Executive Chef at Pierneef à La Motte Restaurant

La Motte Wine Estate has announced the appointment of acclaimed Chef Eric Bulpitt as the new Executive Chef of Pierneef à La Motte Restaurant....

Effective education is the key to country success, says visiting Rhodes professor

Professor Matthew Lester, who lectures tax and corporate governance at the Rhodes Business School in Grahamstown, visited The Kusasa Project’s Early Learning Centre in...

Pass chemical spill still being mopped up

Environmental authorities and hazmat technicians are still busy with cleaning up and monitoring operations at the site of the chemical spill that took place...

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