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"Considered one of the better country life food festivals in the Western Cape, the Riebeek Valley Olive Festival revolves around the olive — the oil, the fruit and tapenades. There is plenty to go with olives — cheese and wine, homemade pickles, preserves, jams and breads. It’s also a good excuse to do the valley’s easily manageable wine route. A weekend pass

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A digger, a pick-up truck, a sports car and a beach buggy make up ­Dokter and Misses’ new range of self-assembly toy cars. Can you build it? Yes you can. Dokter and Misses’ Adriaan Hugo — better known for his, shall we say, more grown-up range of household objects and furniture — says the range of toys came about when Dawn Dludlu, then a student at the

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From Thursday 02nd May, Cafe Manhattan will be hosting Lana English & Victor Siljeur, the dynamic brother and sister duo who count among their career highlights performing at Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s 70th birthday party, meeting Mandela and performing at the Angolan palace for the wedding of the Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos’s son. The show is titled

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"There is a special level of trust and understanding that artists reach when speaking to each other, "  is how 'This week's top 10' by Brent Meersman and Miles Keylock in the Mail & Guardian introduces this joint exhibition by Quinten Williams and Mary Wafer titled In Conversation. "The show is based onther shared interactions when they met by chance at the David

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The Devil made me brew it

By at April 29, 2013 | 4:15 am
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It may be named after the rocky landmark, but Devil’s Peak Brewing Company is making the sort of beers that could arouse Satan himself, reports Niren Tolsi. Started more than a year and a half ago in Somerset West, Devil’s Peak is creating standout ales, including a fruity, extremely drinkable First Light Golden Ale and a citrussy ­Belgian-style Saison. Both are

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Come celebrate wetlands and the birdlife they support with BirdLife South Africa, the Cape Bird Club and the City of Cape Town who host the Birdathon and Family Fun Walk at False Bay Nature Reserve on 4 May. It's billed as 'a step in the right direction'. Wetlands are important natural areas as they play a critical role in the environment, provide many key ecological

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Sloshing through the maze of tunnels beneath Cape Town offers a fresh perspective on the city, writes Brent Meersman. Going underground has particular connotations in a country like South Africa, with its history of subversive activity. Such associations are not entirely lost on the adventure tour arranged by Figure of 8 (FO8) that takes one into the labyrinth of the

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Tonight, I enjoyed an hour of constant giggles with the funny cousin himself, Barry Hilton. Hilton's latest show, BEE (Best of Everything, Ever), is basically a compilation of his best work from over the years, with a few tweaks and additions here and there. And the old time favourites definitely do not disappoint. Hilton was notified recently he'd been shortlisted,

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Invoking critical questions about violence, femininity and desire, as well as the mass cultural corporatisation of the female body, Belinda Blignaut’s new exhibition Blown is a collage made from shrapnel, snapshots and fractured memories in a range of media. The works inhabit the jagged terrain where the human body becomes a canvas for scenes full of perversity and

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Everard Read, Cape Town, presents Penelope Stutterheime’s  latest solo exhibition of painting, titled ‘A Sense of Place’. These colourful paintings – some quiet, some joyful – present a step into new territory for abstractionist Stutterheime. In ‘A Sense of Place’, Stutterheime explores the concept of self by locating herself as artist in a physical

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