You might not know exactly what a tilt shift video is, and you’re not alone there, but putting that aside this short film does make for pretty good viewing.
It’s sad that is has to come to this, but it does pay to know where you’re most likely to fall victim to this crime. You’ll find Jozi, Pretoria and Durbs in here too.
Africa continues to be a popular destination as both business and tourism grows, but which city takes top spot on the continent? You might not like it.
The world is getting smaller and the desire to escape is becoming an ever-popular ideal. After a December holiday in “the middle of nowhere” the ‘Cabine du Cap’ dream started taking place.
Who knew there were vampires in Cape Town, wanting the blood and souls of drinking buddies in an effort to offer them to Satan? Me neither.
Cape Town’s south-easter is once again showing its nasty side, knocking down trees and causing havoc around the city’s CBD. Hang in there.
There’s nothing like a great democratic process to make a little change here, or a little change there. Get involved and make our city great. Again?
Wondering what that ship is doing burning in Cape Town’s harbour? Here’s what we know so far, and let’s just hope the situation remains under control.
Cape Town’s CBD descended into chaos yesterday as violence clashed between police and citizens took centre stage during the #FeesMustFall protest.
We already know that Cape Town’s property prices are growing exponentially, but what about the rest of South Africa? Here’s what the experts report.
A woman was caught red-handed handing over money to a man she was hiring to kill her husband – and now she is in jail. Here are the deets
Strict water restrictions are making their way to the Cape in November and, to be prepared, here’s everything you need to know. Good luck out there.
This year, the Castle of Good Hope is celebrating its 350th anniversary, so what better way to kick it off than by taking a gander through some natural heritage?
It costs the city around R50 million a year to maintain and run the Cape Town Stadium, so they are desperately seeking ways to make some of that cash back.
It’s no secret that jobs in Jozi offer a higher wage than any other region in SA – but have you ever noted the actual difference? Let’s lay that bare.
Everyone loves a little trip down memory lane, but one chap has compiled an incredible collection of old school photos that you really need to see.
There sure are a lot of tourists in Cape Town, but what are they all doing here? Well, you might be surprised how many different tourist niches the city offers.
Yesterday we told you about the felling of the Tokai forest, and many people were up in arms. There is some pretty sound reasoning to the decision, though.
The grade nine pupil who spoke out against discrimination because of her hair sure has opened a can of worms. Now the anger has reached Cape Town.
The City of Cape Town has served an eviction notice to a family who has worked on a farm in Tokai for 23 years, and the situation has left a real stink.
Who would have thought that the sinkhole would attack a Capetonian car in the middle of the day this past weekend?
It’s no secret that property prices here at home are soaring, but when compared to the rest of the world that surge is quite remarkable.
Cape Town CBD has some seriously hot property, but now the neighbouring suburbs are really raking in the rewards of that proximity.
Over at the St Johns entrance to The Company’s Gardens, there’s a carguard that took ownership over his space and got four car thieves arrested.
It has been three months since three fast food franchise employees were shot dead, yet no one is stepping up to claim responsibility.
Metered taxi drivers are angry at the government’s lack of action against unregistered Uber drivers, and things once again turned violent yesterday.
Has anyone actually checked the weather for this weekend? Maybe you should take a look, because we are in for a treat.