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The Cape Town Stadium Course: The Golfing Jewel in the Mother City

The Metropolitan Golf Club, within walking distance of the Cape Town Stadium in Green Point, gets well-deserved awards

Top 3 Capetonian entries for My Destination’s Biggest Baddest Bucket List competition

Usually we Mother City lovers don’t need much to boast about our amazing hometown. But when you’re dangling a six-month trip around the world and a US$50 000 cash prize in front of us in exchange for a video tour of Cape Town, like My Destination is currently doing with the Biggest Baddest Bucket List competition, you can be sure that not only will we grab the opportunity with gusto, we’ll also blow your minds with our entries!

Cape Minstrel Carnival 2012 – A Cape Town Tourism photo essay

The Cape Minstrel Carnival also known as Tweede Nuwe Jaar (“Second New Year”) is a colourful celebration of Cape history and sees minstrels, dancers and marching bands performing on the streets of Cape Town. Our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group members coda and snapclicktripod attended the carnival.

Top stylish shopping spots in Cape Town: an Instagram essay

As far as my favourite stores in Cape Town’s CBD go, these five are at the top of my list at the moment. I tend to shop where products stand out by way of design and quality, and where I know I’ll always get amazing service.

Top places to be in Rondebosch

Rondebosch is a charming little area in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town. It is a student and family-friendly suburb only 5km from the city centre.

Kiteboarding in Cape Town

White men can’t jump? With all the wind power in Cape Town, ALL men can! In Big Bay, when the wind starts howling, the surf starts calling! After all, life really only starts at 20 knots.

Lady Gaga concert in Cape Town: Photos

Photos from last night’s Lady Gaga concert at Cape Town stadium as part of her ‘Born this Way’ tour.

Taste of Cape Town 2013: Photos and video

“Delicious” is too mundane a word to describe the 2013 Taste of Cape Town festival. So is “scrumptious”. Because this year’s event was simply DIVINE! Now in its sixth year, the Taste of Cape Town was held at the chic Green Point Cricket Club from Thursday April 11 to Sunday 14 April, 2013, with some spectacular upgrades and additions that added to its phenomenal success.

Summer Market shopping – Flickr pic of the day

Shoppers making their selection at the Cape Town Summer Street Market held in the Company’s Gardens in December.

Two more days until the end of #LoveCapeTown photo competition!

We’ve had hundreds amazing entries for the #LoveCapeTown photo competition but time is running out to enter. Entries close on Wednesday August 22, 2012, at noon.

Metallica Live in Cape Town: Photos

It was the night many of Cape Town’s metalheads had been waiting for, for more than seven years ... legendary band Metallica’s return to the Mother City, live in a rocking concert at the Bellville Velodrome on Wednesday 24 April, 2013!

My weekend away at the Agulhas National Park

There are few things I enjoy more than exploring my beautiful Cape Town and her gorgeous surrounding towns, so my adventures with South African National Parks are a real treat. Marking a year since our first trip to the West Coast in April 2012, our media family set off for the luscious shores of the Agulhas National Park on Friday April 19, 2013.

View from Signal Hill – A Cape Town Tourism photo essay

Signal Hill offers panaromic views of some of the major attractions of Cape Town. From here one can truly appreciate Cape Town’s dynamic mix of urban landscape and nature.

Enjoying Milnerton Beach – A Cape Town Tourism Photo Essay

I went for a nice walk on the beach on Sunday and caught a few people having fun on the beach. Kite surfer in the distance

J&B Met 2011 race photographs

The main race of the 2011 J&B Met got some 50 000 hearts racing at Kenilworth Racecourse as the thoroughbreds and jockeys battled it out for the R2.5 million prize money. The race was won by Past Master, and outside favourite with odds of 16/1. The favourite, Mother Russia, came in second, while Run For It claimed third place.

St George’s Cathedral – A Cape Town Tourism photo essay

Our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Stewart Harris paid a visit to St. George’s Cathedral recently. He managed to get some of the iconic and captivating stained glass windows on camera.

A lolly to make you jolly – Flickr pic of the day

An ice-cream vendor smiles broadly, spreading summertime cheer, on Camps Bay beach.

Things to do in Cape Town: See the city by bicycle with AWOL Tours

Cape Town may have a reputation for being rainy in winter, but on a clear day (which happens a lot more often than generally reported) there is no better way to explore the city than by bicycle…

Cape Town Named as One of TripAdvisor’s 15 Destinations on the Rise

Inspirational Cape Town continues to garner accolades from around the world. This time the city has been named one of TripAdvisor’s 15 Destinations on the Rise, an honour that follows hot on the heels of Cape Town’s Villa Zest Boutique Hotel topping the TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice 2012 Top 25 Trendiest Hotels in the World Awards. In the Tripadvisor 2012 Top 25 Hotels in the World Awards, Derwent House Boutique Hotel in Cape Town came fifth.

Inspiring Spring – Get Out And Enjoy The Sun In #LoveCapeTown

Capetonians are weather sensitive creatures and nothing makes them happier than the arrival of spring – turn on some sunshine, add a spray of spring blossoms and everyone is in a good mood!

Strand Summer – A Cape Town Tourism photo essay

Sunsets, skylines and summer romance… Our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Dawie Malan shares his images of a Strand summer with us.

Sporty Cape Town – A Cape Town Tourism photo essay

Some may call it “slaapstad” (sleepy city) but Cape Town has an active community, conscious of its health and wellness. Our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Chris Hitchcock shares his views with us.

Top ten Flickr pics of 2011 – A Cape Town Tourism photo essay

Cape Town’s beauty is endless, from rolling hills and valleys to the both calming and sometimes tumultuous oceans, from urban landscapes to our very own wonder of nature, which dominates the city. Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group members captured it all and shared their images with us through out the year. We feature the most-viewed photographs of 2011.

Kogelbaai – Flickr pic of the day

This moody and unusual shot of Kogelbaai (which literally means “provocative bay” in Afrikaans) was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. Flickr group member Paul Bruins, aka Panorama Paul.

Loerie Awards 2013 in #LoveCapeTown: Photos and Video

You came, you saw and you partied like a rock star … if you’re actually at your desk reading this, congratulations, you survived the 35th annual Loerie Awards 2013 in Cape Town!

The Photo Walkers – Flickr pic of the day

This photograph of the Cape Town City Hall was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member ishotimagesza..

Morning has broken in Cape Town – a photo essay

It’s the start of a new day in Cape Town, and all over the Cape Peninsula people are starting to stir. The Mother City is beautiful at any time of the day, but particularly so at sunrise, when it is bathed in glorious hues of pink, orange and gold.

#OpenStreets 2013 in pictures

Open Streets is a citizen-driven initiative, working to design and promote streets which embed and generate respect for people, regardless of who they are, and how they move. Not to mention ... a great opportunity to get some amazing Instagram shots!

Your #LoveCapeTown Weekend: Things to do from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 September, 2013

Who is ready for a fabulous #LoveCapeTown weekend? Let’s kick your fun factor into overdrive over the next 48 hours with a thrilling variety of adventurous, theatrical and foodie experiences in our inspirational Mother City.

Charley Boorman in Cape Town: Photos and video

Charley Boorman, famous for television shows such as The Long Way Round, led a cavalcade of around 200 bikers from Stellenbosch to Cape Town today. The cavalcade ended their journey on Signal Hill and Boorman took time to sign autographs and pose for photos with fans.