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As thousands descend on Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday January 28 for the largest annual outdoor social event in Cape Town, some will be looking at more than just the racehorses. In this instance the show ponies on display will be the fashionistas.
This photograph was taken at Oudekraal beach by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Cape Town Guy.
Photo courtesy Robert Wallace This Friday is Heritage Day, but just as commonly known as National Braai Day. South Africans all over the country will be stocking up on meat and getting ready to celebrate their heritage with friends, family and some lekker boerewors.
This beautiful night-time image of Hout Bay was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Mikey Alex. Mikey says, “I was hanging out with a few friends one night, watching the sunset and drinking mixers.”
Boulders Beach, photo courtesy Damien du Toit Google and South African Tourism are on a search for the top three tourist locations in South Africa this summer. The two organisations have come together to bring images of South Africa’s best attractions to the people using Google’s Street View application, which was launched in South Africa on September 1 this year.
The 2012 J&B Met at Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday attracted an array of fashion fundis and creative outfits.
This Easter, the Mother City has a delicious basket of events and activities to keep you occupied. From tasty jazz brunches in Sea Point to music shows in Hout Bay and traditional Easter eggs hunts for the little ones all over the Peninsula, Cape Town offers plenty to see and do this long weekend. Don’t miss the following eggciting events and activities in Cape Town:
Riding the monstrous waves at Cape Town’s seven blue flag beaches and enjoying the vibrant city nightlife are all in a day’s work for local champion surfers Roxy Louw and Heinrich Rohwer. They shared their perfect surfing spots and water safety tips with us.
Cape Town has long been renowned for its beautiful winelands and award-winning wines. But more recently, beer and spirits have become a part of its quaff culture.
I’ve had a bit of time on my hands between job hunting and getting completely paranoid about what I’m going to do with my life, so I’ve been going out taking photographs of this beautiful place we live in! Kayaking in Kommetjie
This image of Clifton’s Fourth Beach was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member and Cape Town resident Warren Rohner, aka Warrenski.
This image of the University of Cape Town, South Africa’s oldest university, was taken by Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Richard Tanswell aka richiesoft.
This photograph of young ladies having fun on the beach was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Oytun Gural aka oytun2011.
Snow on Table Mountain today, June 15. Table Mountain turned into a snow-capped winter wonderland on Tuesday, June 15. “When we opened the Cableway this morning we noticed that there was a light dusting of snow on the pathways and viewing decks,” said Table Mountain Cableway CEO Sabine Lehmann from the summit.
This photograph of a beautiful sunset was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Jenny Hallward aka j_hallward.
It’s no secret that Cape Town is a great place to live and visit, but many international investors still haven’t discovered the range of opportunities that exist in South Africa’s oldest city. To get a basic overview of Cape Town’s investment potential, I sat down with Guy Lundy recently, an economic genius and futurist. In short, he is the CEO of Accelerate Cape Town, co-author of South Africa 2014: The Story of our Future, a keynote speaker, strategy consultant and board member of Wesgro (the Western Cape Investment and Trade Promotion Agency).
It’s the season to be jolly, but it’s also the season to eat your fill, take a break, smell the flowers and party like crazy. And Cape Town is the place to be.
From retail to events and from fashion to food, the pop-up trend is sweeping the globe. Cape Town, too, offers its share of fabulous foodies who roam the town, delighting us with their gourmet street food.
This photograph of girls enjoying a warm winter’s evening on the beach was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member jvdblog.tumblr.com.
As I was walking along Camps Bay beach, I noticed a lady playing with her dog in a little pool of ocean. It was a beautiful scene and I just couldn’t miss it.
Cape Town Stadium hosted the Cape Town International Challenge on Saturday, April 10, featuring the national under-20 teams from South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana and Brazil. Here are some photos from the event.
This photograph of bikini-clad ladies was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Marc Fletcher.
Cape Town’s design districts range from the bohemian Long Street to the trendy East Central Precinct, and quaint seaside Kalk Bay to Victorian Wynberg. Our hometown teems with creatively designed neighbourhoods. Home to innovations such as the Freeworld Design Centre and the Mutual Building in the CBD, and Etafeni Centre in Nyanga, Cape Town is a showcase of design we can be proud of.
Cape Town is certainly the home of good food. Our diverse multicultural history has seen a confluence of many traditional cooking styles and our proximity to the sea (and fresh seafood), as well as to exceptional wine-growing regions, means Cape Town is a real culinary adventure.
Playing popular tunes, Cape minstrel troupe after troupe walk down Darling Street in the Cape Town city centre to welcome in the new year, revelling in the perfect Cape summer weather. The Minstrel Carnival is one of the most popular events on the calendar and is watched by thousands of people every year. It's also called Tweede Nuwe Jaar, which means "Second New Year" in Afrikaans, because it traditionally takes place on January 2.
Following FIFA’s week-long inspection tour of the 2010 FIFA World Cup stadiums, here are the latest images from inside the six new stadiums.
Carols by candlelight, held at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden from Thursday to Sunday, concluded with last night’s gathering of around 6 000 people. There wasn’t an uncovered blade of grass in the concert area, as families, friends and visitors gathered to sing carols, waves candles, and take in views of Devil’s Peak.
This magical photo of fireworks on Blaauwberg Beach was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Hendrik Groenewald. Hendrik says, “Although South Africans aren’t taught much about Guy Fawkes in schools, we love to send fireworks into the air every year on November 5 in celebration of his attempt at blowing up the Houses of Parliament.”
George Benson reaching out to the Cape Town crowd, photo by Deon Gurling George Benson wowed crowds at the 11th Annual Cape Town International Jazz Festival last night. The ten-time Grammy Award-winner, talented jazz guitar player and vocalist passionately entertained the sell-out crowd. According to his website, Benson says, “In the end, it’s about the songs and the stories. That’s what keeps the music fresh for me. That’s what keeps me coming back. If you come up with a great melody and put the right lyrics to it, I’m immediately excited.”
I tend not to stick with any particular genre when out with my camera. If I see something I like, I’ll shoot it. This approach to photography suits Cape Town perfectly, as I found out while visiting friends last July. Such diversity of cultures opens up so many photographic opportunities.