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Taxis set to get a new home Taxis set to get a new homeDate: 10/10/2019

#ImStaying is spreading #ImStaying is spreadingDate: 30/09/2019

A growing number of South Africans have indicated that they have no intentions of emigrating from South Africa, and have banded to

Hotel prices in the Western Cape have dropped in 2018 Hotel prices in the Western Cape have dropped in 2018Date: 16/09/2019

Talks of Day Zero, high inventory and a weakening rand contribute to Cape Town’s drop in hotel prices.

Festive season financial hacks Festive season financial hacksDate: 13/09/2019

With the cost of living and the festive season around the corner, personal finance management is a priority for South Africans...

South Africa And Sustainable AgricultureDate: 31/07/2019

Africa rises to lead conversation on sustainable agriculture amidst climate change [i] Technology provides innovative answers to

Global Community Engagement Day 2019 Global Community Engagement Day 2019Date: 28/01/2019

The day, in which community engagement enthusiasts celebrate around the world, takes place every year on 28 January.

How South Africans survived Januworry How South Africans survived JanuworryDate: 25/01/2019

How South Africans survived Januworry - from cabbage birthday cakes to Vaseline spread on bread...

Design activism and creativity takes center stage! Design activism and creativity takes center stage!Date: 23/01/2019

Design Indaba 2019 - design activism and creativity takes center stage with Droga, Wong, Laarman, Selldorf and Kahiu.

Cruise tourism brings economic opportunities to Western Cape Cruise tourism brings economic opportunities to Western CapeDate: 22/01/2019

Cape Town is starting to see the benefits of cruise tourism as more ships dock at the harbour

Vadas Smokehouse & Bakery Opened at Spier! Vadas Smokehouse & Bakery Opened at Spier!Date: 18/01/2019

After much anticipation, Vadas Smokehouse & Bakery has opened its doors at Spier Wine Farm in Stellenbosch.

City of Cape Town is encouraged by water usage City of Cape Town is encouraged by water usageDate: 15/01/2019

Cape Town keeps its average consumption for previous month under 600 million litres

Filling up in Zim compared to SA Filling up in Zim compared to SADate: 14/01/2019

A comparison of what Zimbabwe and South African drivers would pay for a full tank of petrol.

SA’s tourism sector shows outstanding employment figures SA’s tourism sector shows outstanding employment figuresDate: 03/12/2018

Tourism sails ahead in the job creation sector.

10 Things to look out for when buying a house 10 Things to look out for when buying a houseDate: 03/12/2018

Buying a house is a bit like planning for your wedding day — months packed with excitement, stress & then, finally, the big payoff

City moves to Level 3 water City moves to Level 3 water 'recovery' restrictions!Date: 30/11/2018

From 1 December 2018, water restrictions & the associated tariffs will be lowered from Level 5 to Level 3 recovery restrictions...

Sweating over the cost of a gym membership Sweating over the cost of a gym membershipDate: 28/11/2018

'Good Things Guy' Brent Lindeque received an email informing him that his Virgin Active membership fee was being increased...

Early Christmas celebrations for Stellenbosch children Early Christmas celebrations for Stellenbosch childrenDate: 26/11/2018

Christmas came early this year for 100 Stellenbosch children

Fun things to do this Friday that won’t break the bank Fun things to do this Friday that won’t break the bankDate: 22/11/2018

Fun things to do this Friday that won’t break the bank or your spirit

Stellenbosch Wines Win Big! Stellenbosch Wines Win Big!Date: 20/11/2018

Heartland of South African wine records another vin-torious year

Champion awarded Jozi brewer to tackle single-use plastic Champion awarded Jozi brewer to tackle single-use plasticDate: 20/11/2018

The brewery was fired up just three years ago with a simple aim: to brew beer for happiness.

Load-shedding back as plant outages force Eskom’s hand Load-shedding back as plant outages force Eskom’s handDate: 19/11/2018

Eskom implemented emergency stage one load-shedding on Sunday for the first time in more than two years

100% electric mini-cabs to help alleviate congestion 100% electric mini-cabs to help alleviate congestionDate: 16/11/2018

Stellenbosch Municipality piloted a new project and its success means great things for 2019.

Busting 5 small business money-saving myths Busting 5 small business money-saving mythsDate: 12/11/2018

Money – making it, saving it, sourcing it – is arguably the biggest challenge of running a small business.

SA could migrate fully to e-visa system by early next year SA could migrate fully to e-visa system by early next yearDate: 08/11/2018

If all goes according to plan, South Africa will be migrating fully to the use of an e-visa system for foreign travellers

SA accommodation grading criteria amended SA accommodation grading criteria amendedDate: 06/11/2018

SA National Grading System has been updated with some major amendments.

Cape Town’s employment levels on the rise Cape Town’s employment levels on the riseDate: 01/11/2018

Cape Town’s unemployment rate has dropped by 2.1%, while the national unemployment rate has increased to 27.5%.

Fuel prices may drop in November - 2018 Fuel prices may drop in November - 2018Date: 29/10/2018

After months of steady fuel price increases, motorists will experience reprieve – albeit it a slight one – in November.

Spanish-made Luck shoes step into SA market Spanish-made Luck shoes step into SA marketDate: 16/10/2018

The SA company has embarked on a policy of providing quality sports equipment at an affordable price to local consumers

Somerset West to benefit from R60M public transport upgrade Somerset West to benefit from R60M public transport upgradeDate: 02/10/2018

Councillor Stuart Pringle says this project is set to start in January and will take a year to reach completion.



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