Canal Walk Shopping Centre is Africa's leading super-regional retail mall. Its dominant presence attracts diverse shoppers from an extensive portion of the Western Cape, and further afield, with its comprehensive retail and leisure options. Canal Walk merges the world's most desirable brands with shopping convenience and entertainment with everyday leisure, all in a majestic setting.
It is located at Century City, a 250ha city in the making, midway between the Cape Town and Bellville…Read more
Jewel Africa is a world class jewellery showroom and a newly refurbished authentic African emporium, which offers an informative and educational interactive shopping experience.
Experience a personal diamond tour with our master diamond cutter, who will take you through the intriguing process of diamond cutting, polishing and grading.
Our spacious showroom showcases an incredible range of handmade pieces consisting of cutting edge fine jewellery, loose diamonds as well as quality…Read more
Adorned with understated luxury, Prins & Prins is a friendly, family-owned jewellery business that has grown over almost four decades. This independent company is renowned for its distinct selection of engagement and diamond rings, tanzanite and precious stones, and custom designs.
Prins & Prins offers a vast collection of gemstones to celebrate any special occasion. The gems are rare,
precious and set in custom designed jewellery of the highest quality, and it can be yours…Read more
Our Sparkling Tour offers you the opportunity to experience the fascinating world of Diamonds and Jewellery Manufacturing. Enjoy a glass of proudly South African Sparkling wine whilst you discover the 4 C’s of Diamonds and the history behind the world’s most sought after gemstone.Read more
In 1659 Jan Van Riebeeck was able to produce the very first wine on record from South Africa. Van Riebeeck was the first Dutch Governor of Cape Town. Cape Town remains the hub of wine production in South Africa even up to today although there are many other areas that are producing excellent wine. The property of Constantia farm began operations in 1685 by the then-Governor Simon Van Der Stel. He had a good wine label known as Vin de Constance but eventually sold his wine farm to…Read more
The Cape Gallery, 60 Church Street is set in the heart of the old city off the Church Street walking mall, flanked by the colourful Georgian and Dutch facades built by the 18th and 19th century settlers. Behind these facades are some of the oldest and prestigious galleries, antique shops, and auction houses in Cape Town.
Central to the tradition of South African painting is the abiding love of the land. Early Cape painters were 'reporters' who described the topography, flora and fauna…