Weekends are a little different under lockdown. However, as restrictions ease, there are a few more things to do in Cape Town to keep you entertained.

Here are our weekend suggestions for you. (Updated 26 February 2021)

Century City Express 2021 with Discovery Vitality Virtual Run/Walk

Enter the Century City Express 2021 with Discovery Vitality Virtual Run / Walk – Event 2 in the 3 Part Series with Discovery Vitality! Choose 1 of  3 distances: 15km /10km / 5km Run / Walk – Distance selected must be completed between Saturday the 27th & Sunday the 28th February 2021.

Enter here.

Oude Molen Eco-Village Food And Craft Market

Come with your family and friends and enjoy food, craft, drinks, and good music at the authentic market at the eclectic Oude Molen Eco Village at the YWC House on Saturday, 27 February 2021.
Venue : Oude Molen Eco Village pinelands
Time: 10:00 – 15:30
Entrance fee – Adults R10(donation towards NPOs); Kids – free under 16; Pensioners – free
More info: www.facebook.com

Salt River Market

GoDriveIn is the Salt River Market every Saturday from 08:30 to 14:30.
Bring your family along for some food, fashion, fun, and entertainment. Traders will be selling products from their cars, with a variety of homemade goods – from honey to veg snacks and vintage clothing stalls.
More info: www.facebook.com

Go for a scenic drive

The city has some of the most amazing roads, which wind around the mountains and offer stunning sea views.

If you stop on your drive to take in the view, abide by lockdown regulations: wear your mask in public and maintain a physical distance of at least 1.5 metres.

Here are a few drives you can take to really soak up the splendour of Cape Town.

Pan-African Art Exhibition at Jaffer Modern

From the 18th December 2020 to 28th February 2021, visitors will enjoy a spectrum of works ranging from paintings across various genres and mediums, through to sculptures and ceramics. The gallery’s inaugural show will focus on the exhibition theme Gathering. A Community of Portraits.

Gathering will be curated by Margie Murgatroyd, the founder of famed gallery-style boutique Africa Nova and regular guest curator of art exhibitions at the Casa Labia Cultural Centre in Muizenberg, Cape Town.

Find out more at Jaffer Modern 


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