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Cape Town street life makes it the 'Big Seven'

Cape Town street life makes it the ‘Big Seven’

The City Walk will take people on a route down the pedestrian spine of Cape Town's city bowl. Along the way, there will be experimental street food offerings, permanent and temporary public art, and various events that will tell the story of the city, including its many voices and rich history.
African art museum for V&A Waterfront

African art museum for V&A Waterfront

The historic Grain Silos at Cape Town's V&A Waterfront are to be transformed into South Africa's first museum of contemporary African art. The museum will be a partnership between German art collector Jochen Zeitz and the V&A Waterfront, which has committed R500-million to the development.

Mandela Day: libraries in containers

The Mandela Day container library project celebrates Nelson Mandela month by handing over its 28th library to Alpine Primary School in Mitchells Plain, Cape Town.

No 1 Silo gets green rating

South Africa has its second six-star green rating, handed to No 1 Silo at Cape Town's popular V&A Waterfront. Every aspect of the building, including construction, is aligned with environmental best practice.
Green buildings now the law in South Africa

Cape Town hotel on world's best list

Cape Town hotel on world’s best list

The Cape Grace hotel at Cape Town's V&A Waterfront has been named the second best in the world in TripAdvisor's 2013 Travelers' Choice Awards. It was also recognised as the best luxury hotel in Africa and sixth on the continent for service.

Cape taxi group takes smart lead

A smart card issued by the Peninsular Taxi Association in Cape Town does away with the need for cash, and offers seamless travel on its V&A Waterfront route and MyCiTi buses.
Travelling by minibus taxi in SA

Cape Town's V&A Waterfront

Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront

While the majestic Table Mountain and the internationally renowned Robben Island are among Cape Town's best-known destinations, the V&A Waterfront - which is being transformed into a mega football village for the 2010 Fifa World Cup - is fast catching up.

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