The mockumentary tells the tale of two young men, Ron “The Swan” Morton and Tim “Twinkle Toes” McKenzie.
Rental prices in the city have been on the rise over the past few months and that’s set to escalate in the high-end market across the Atlantic Seaboard.
This year, September 24 falls on a Saturday which means no long weekend. It’s a painful blow but we must soldier on.
This warm weather is only sticking around for the weekend though, so we have to figure out how to soak up as much sun as possible before the cold sets in.
Tuesdays are better than Mondays for a number of reasons, one of which involves tasty burgers.
It feels only right that the British media joins in on the chorus of publications urging tourists to visit Cape Town.
This year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Monday. The old saying goes ‘don’t let Monday ruin your Sunday’, and definitely don’t let Monday ruin your Valentine’s Day.
Assuming you do have R35 million burning a hole in your pocket, we thought we’d find ourselves a place with a cracking beach view.
Things can change very quickly in the space of two weeks, and a British guide to visiting Cape Town that was written today would be pretty concise.
Blue water, bluish skies, and a healthy smattering of bodies on the beach to serve as a reminder of why you’re paying R2,95 million for a one-bedroom apartment.
Glen Beach Villa is located on the beach in a large, lush garden setting with uninterrupted views over Table Mountain and the Twelve Apostles range.
There’s a slow and steady trickle of tourists visiting our shores, and that will hopefully pick up as we head towards the end of the year.
This week, the Mother City is being given something of a respite from the cold, which is in keeping with the warm weather this past weekend.
Travel & Leisure’s ‘most beautiful beaches in the world’ list features 25 gems from around the globe, one of which is in our own backyard.
April birthdays were pretty miserable last year, which is why Café Caprice wants to make sure that this year you’ll be celebrating in style.
Get the binocs out, and you can pretty much see exactly what’s happening on Camps Bay Beach with that view.
Snap this beauty up and you’re just a gentle stroll from Camps Bay Beach and the famous restaurant strip.
Tuesdays mean a dirty look in the rearview mirror at Monday (be gone, at once), and also the chance to get in on Cape Town’s tastiest burger special.
Take ‘happy hour’, make it ‘happy hours’, throw some half-price bubbly into the mix, and you have the recipe for the perfect Friday.
Fork out just shy of R100 million and you’re getting some cracking views down over Camps Bay, with an exotic fish tank to boot.
Unsure of how to celebrate Women’s Day this year? You can’t go wrong with brunch, good mates, and a beautiful beachside setting.