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Speed Limits too Change in South Africa Speed Limits too Change in South AfricaDate: 12/11/2019

The Department of Transport and the Road Traffic Management Corporation are reviewing South Africa’s current speed limits.

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

The City of Cape Town purchased a portion of the Vineyard Centre Parking area with the R 60- million investment.

#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

The Cape The Cape's best casual restaurants announcedDate: 30/09/2019

South Africa’s favourite eateries in the Western Cape were just announced at the 2019 Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Best Everyday Eateries

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.

Cheetah Outreach: Walk with a Cheetah on the Beach Cheetah Outreach: Walk with a Cheetah on the BeachDate: 16/09/2019

Cheetah Outreach at Paardevlei | Somerset West now offers exclusive walks with an adult cheetah on the beach.

Escape to Spier with Winter packages Escape to Spier with Winter packagesDate: 16/09/2019

Winter is Spier’s secret season — a time for slowing down. Hibernate by the fire in your cosy hotel room.

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...

New Township Curated Routes New Township Curated RoutesDate: 13/09/2019

The Western Cape will launch a set of Curated Routes in Khayelitsha township.

Big petrol price drop expected in July 2019 Big petrol price drop expected in July 2019Date: 13/09/2019

Lower international oil prices throughout June have set up a substantial fuel price drop for July.

Commemorative coins launched to celebrate 25 years of democracy Commemorative coins launched to celebrate 25 years of democracyDate: 13/09/2019

The South African Reserve Bank and the South African Mint have launched a number of new circulation coins, celebrating democracy.

Vadas French-style Bakers Breakfast at Spier Wine Farm Vadas French-style Bakers Breakfast at Spier Wine FarmDate: 13/09/2019

Vadas Smokehouse & Bakery now offers their French-style Bakers Breakfast at Spier Wine Farm!

Debate: legal representation during disciplinary hearings Debate: legal representation during disciplinary hearingsDate: 13/09/2019

Debate heats up over legal representation during disciplinary hearings.

Poor Performance - South Africa Labour Guide Poor Performance - South Africa Labour GuideDate: 13/09/2019

There seems to be a lack of understanding of the clear distinctions that separate the various conditions...

New TOKARA spring menu inspired by nature’s bounty New TOKARA spring menu inspired by nature’s bountyDate: 09/09/2019

TOKARA Restaurant Executive Chef, Carolize Coetzee, has turned her appetite for relaxed, playful dining up a notch with her new..

IMPI Challenge promises double the action in November IMPI Challenge promises double the action in NovemberDate: 08/08/2019

November will feature double the action with the IMPI Challenge taking place

South Africa And Sustainable Agriculture 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

Dam levels on the rise as rain, cold front batter Cape Town Dam levels on the rise as rain, cold front batter Cape TownDate: 24/07/2019

Cold front approaches Cape Town, dam levels rises due to heavy rainfall.

Cape Town ranked best city in Africa and Middle East Cape Town ranked best city in Africa and Middle EastDate: 16/07/2019

It's official Cape Town was voted best African and Middle Eastern City, beating rivals Cairo and Tel Aviv.

Vergelegen voted best wine estate in Africa Vergelegen voted best wine estate in AfricaDate: 12/07/2019

South Africa's Vergelegen wine estate in Somerset West is set to enjoy greater global recognition after being voted the top winery

Massive dam level increase spreads joy across Cape Town Massive dam level increase spreads joy across Cape TownDate: 11/07/2019

Cape Town dam levels: Massive increase spreads joy across the province.

Gov eases travel to SA for new visa-free countries Gov eases travel to SA for new visa-free countriesDate: 11/07/2019

South Africa has scrapped visa requirements for various countries, including New Zealand.

Stellenbosch Fine Wine & Food Festival Stellenbosch Fine Wine & Food FestivalDate: 10/07/2019

Stellenbosch chefs and winemakers unite for ultimate culinary showcase.

A new mosaic sculptural fountain, installed at Spier A new mosaic sculptural fountain, installed at SpierDate: 27/06/2019

Spier is now home to Uthomi, a large-scale mosaic conceptualised by Mozambican artist Lizette Chirrime.

Local to embark on long wheelchair ride Local to embark on long wheelchair rideDate: 24/06/2019

Robert Grace plans to embark on a wheelchair charity ride from Strand to Pretoria to raise funds for children with disabilities.

10 of the most fattening fast food meals in South Africa 10 of the most fattening fast food meals in South AfricaDate: 20/06/2019

Despite the sluggish consumer environment, fast food in South Africa is still a growing market.

Environment Month 2019 Environment Month 2019Date: 14/06/2019

National Environment month is celebrated every year in June, in South Africa.

IMPI Challenge IMPI ChallengeDate: 12/06/2019

November will be packed with IMPI Challenge action.

The Last Elephants? We hope not The Last Elephants? We hope notDate: 12/06/2019

An elephant is poached somewhere in Africa every 15 to 20 minutes of every day, every week and every month.

Botswana annual Desert Race Botswana annual Desert RaceDate: 11/06/2019

The Government of Botswana is driving the country’s annual Desert Race.



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