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The Pan African Market

Western Cape » Cape Town » Cape Town City Centre

Situated in the heart of central Cape Town's art-and-antiques precinct, the Pan African Market is uniquely attractive for a number of reasons. The lobby is a gem of Victorian tiling, while the first and second floors are a beehive of traders in new and old folk art, with representatives from most locales in West, sub-Saharan and southern Africa. Once you've ordered your custom-tailored garment, and finally chosen your mask among the many thousands, enjoy a coffee or a Swahili-infused…

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Uwe Koetter Jewellers

Western Cape » Cape Town » Foreshore

With an international reputation built on a heritage of industry-leading design and superb craftsmenship, Uwe Koetter Jewellers has served some of the most recognised and accomplished customers from around the world. These customers include celebrities, royalty and heads of state, from Nelson Mandela to Kate Moss, amongst others. Uwe Koetter’s unrivalled reputation and attention to detail have even extended as far as commissioning unique items for HM Queen Elizabeth II.

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Vygevallei Padstal

Western Cape » Darling

Welcome to Nuweland Fine Food & Wine, home of quality preserves, wine and meat (see link Nuweland Dormers). Nuweland farm was bought by the Louw family in 1933 and the fifth generation is already living on the farm. We farm with wheat, cattle, sheep and wine grapes.

We strive to make quality preserves and wine in the traditional way without preservatives and additives. We only use quality products in our jars and bottles.

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Wine Village

Western Cape » Hermanus

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…

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