37 plant species have gone extinct in the Western Cape since 1900, making us one of “the hot spots for plant extinction on the planet”.
With its silvery white baubles and longer lifespan, there’s a particular species of fynbos that is proving very popular overseas.
We’ll take our awards and honours where we can get them, and this time around it’s the United Nations who are noticing what this city has to offer.
Tonight sees a very special auction going under the hammer and the fine folk of Cape Town seem very intrigued. You guys further afield can still get involved, don’t worry.
Yet another reason to love being cape-townian! Not only do we have the most beautiful scenery as the view from our bedroom windows and the sea and the mountains a hop, skip and a jump from our front door but now we are surrounded by the latest treatment for breast cancer.
Rooibos is one step closer to joining the likes of Champagne, Darjeeling Tea and Columbian Coffee as a member of the exclusive geographically-protected product club. Rules governing the use of the term “Rooibos” on new product trademark applications stipulate that applicants cannot call a product rooibos unless it contains 100% rooibos or it is the main […]