My Cape Town Ambassadors

Latest blogs from My Cape Town Ambassadors:

Riaan Vorster

Table Mountain, our majestic New7Wonder of Nature, stands tall above our city but how much do we really know about it?

What trails are best for viewing our unbeatable sights? Which secret spots are ideal for some self-reflection and appreciation of nature?

We asked Riaan Vorster, top local mountaineer and tour guide, for answers, and found out why he loves the 540-million-year-old mountain so dearly.

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Jerushah Rangasami

Jerushah Rangasami is a young South African woman who started her business, Impact Consulting, when she was 25 years old. Impact Consulting assists organisations engaged in social development projects to understand the challenges they face, and provides strategies to help them achieve success.

Jerushah holds a postgraduate degree in psychology from the University of Cape Town. She is committed to social justice and is a strong believer in being proactive and doing things that need doing. An avid traveller, Jerushah is a lover of nature, good food and wine, as well as art in any form.

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Franck Dangereux

Ask any patrons of the Foodbarn Restaurant in picturesque Noordhoek why they keep coming back to this delightful eatery, and chances are the answer will be for impressive master chef Franck Dangereux's creative and tasty menus.

From his impressive start as a trainee at three-star restaurants in France, to planting roots as a restaurant owner and chef in Cape Town, Franck has garnered quite a following.

We chatted to Franck about his favourite culinary pastimes and his love for Cape Town. 

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Christi Wiehann

Born and raised in Parow, Christi Wiehann has been skating since 1994 and making a successful career in skateboarding for the past four years.

Ranked the number one skateboarder in South Africa, Christi competes across the world but admits there is no better place to “live the dream” than in the Mother City.

We spoke to Christi about being a My Cape Town Ambassador:

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