Top places to be in Rondebosch

Rondebosch is a charming little area in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town. It is believed that in 1656, the first experimental crops were grown by settlers along the banks of the Liesbeek River in Rondebosch. One year later, the first batch of Dutch East India Company employees got "free burgher" status and were granted land in the area. Today, Rondebosch is a student and family-friendly suburb of Cape Town, only 5km from the city centre.

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Visitor’s Guide

The Official Visitors’ Guide is a must-have resource for guests to the Mother City. This valuable, compact magazine is jam-packed with essential information for business and leisure visitors to the fairest Cape.

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Die Afrikaanse Taalmuseum

One of South Africa’s 11 official national languages, Afrikaans is also one of the youngest languages in the world. With its roots firmly in its Dutch origins, but influenced and affected by a nautical and African diversion, today it is, by some distance, the most spoken language in the Western Cape. The Afrikaans language is celebrated and explored at the Afrikaanse Taalmuseum (Afrikaans Language Museum) in Paarl.

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