We may see far fewer international visitors this holiday season, for obvious reasons, but that doesn’t mean South Africans won’t flock to the Mother City.
With overseas travel plans thrown out of the window, there’s never been a better time to make the most of the beautiful city we live in.
The return of First Thursday events is a welcome reminder that we’ve almost made it through 2020. Here’s one exhibition that ticks all of the boxes.
The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed the fitness industry landscape, and companies have had to find creative, safe solutions to this problem. Some are managing better than others.
For R99 a month, members gain access to live webinars and video masterclasses, as well as the delivery of groceries to their front door.
Ideas Cartel has launched Cartel Connect Online (CCO) to provide an ecosystem for facilitated connections, a variety of curated live content, and a ‘delicatessen to your door’ service.
There’s no denying that it’s easy to feel somewhat isolated during the lockdown period, in both a personal and a business sense. This app wants to change that.
As businesses and employees around the country face similar challenges, some choose to respond with proactive positivity and innovation.
There are plenty of spaces to rent an office in and around the Cape Town CBD, but not all are created equal.
Restaurants in the Mother City tend to come and go at a rate of knots, but this is a disappearing dining experience of a different sort.
We’re nearing that time of the year when tourists descend upon the Mother City, so here are our top places to stay in De Waterkant.
For those fond of a serene and sophisticated place, with informed and hospitable table service and a cracking cocktail menu, consider yourself in luck.
Keen to sip on some cocktails, dreamed up by an award-winning mixologist, before the rest of Cape Town storms through the door? Consider this your heads-up.
Usually, when we hear about some new challenge, it’s something daft cooked up on social media. The ‘5 Days to Start’ Challenge, though, is one that we should all get behind.
The award-winning Sugar-daddy Theatre Company is back with a new play, ‘Blueberry Toast’, which has plenty of twists and turns to enjoy.
If you want to set yourself apart from the rest, you have to think a little outside of the box. I guess that’s part of what these guys do.
Few things can sink a business quite like being locked into a long-term, crummy lease agreement. Here’s some light at the end of the tunnel.
Times have changed, and it’s no longer considered healthy to the creative mind to be crammed into a cubicle facing the water cooler.