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City of Cape Town engages with Capetonians about the future of the Langa Cultural Precinct

The City of Cape Town’s Arts and Culture Department has kick-started a six-month campaign that encourages Capetonians to have their say about the future of the Langa Cultural Precinct – one of the city’s foremost cultural precincts. In a truly inclusive manner, communities (especially Langa residents) are invited to put forth suggestions on how best to improve the precinct so that it works for all key stakeholders.

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A Guide for Muslim Travellers - What to Do and See in Cape Town

From the familiar sound of the mosque calling worshippers to prayer, to the fascinating stories of people through time, Cape Town offers Muslim travelers a satisfying adventure on many levels.

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What and Where to Eat Halaal Food in Cape Town

In Cape Town, there are plenty of restaurants and cafés that cater for Muslim visitors and residents who prefer their meals cooked according to Halaal standards.

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Halaal-friendly Accommodation in Cape Town

Whilst many Cape Town accommodation establishments will happily accommodate dietary and cultural requests, Muslim visitors may prefer the experience of staying in a Muslim owned, run or managed accommodation facility. Here is our pick of what’s on offer….

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