• Cowgirlblues

    Using local natural fibres and hand-dyed colours everything is individually crafted. Many pairs of hands are involved, from shearing the Karoo sheep and goats, to spinning and dyeing the wool, and knitting and crocheting the products. Our materials are handled, touched, held, worked, softened and coaxed into their final form. We think you’ll feel the difference!

  • Monkeybiz

    Founded in the early 90’s by ceramicist Barbara Jackson, this creative beadwork project produces the most original artefacts – from bags and badges to exotic creatures that are to be found in galleries, museums and personal collections all over the world. Biz works with over 450 women beaders from the surrounding townships most of whom operate from home.

  • Olowsdotter

    With a desire to make people feel good, Olowsdotter aims to inspire people to seek a new level of approval that comes from within. The range uses high-quality materials to ensure a long-lasting product. The pioneering brand promotes a strong environmental presence and is dedicated to Fair Trade practices and natural processes.

  • The African Queen Studio

    The African Queen Studio is a small creative business that specialises in creating unique high quality handmade products like chandeliers and lamps, using natural materials. Presently the African Queen Studio design team is inspired by dried Jacaranda seedpods.

  • Give it Bag

    This non-government organisation locally designs and manufactures a wide range of stylish handbags, laundry bags and wine coolers made out of recycled polypropylene bags and cotton.

  • Arderne Gardens

    One of the richest collections of exotic trees and shrubs in South Africa

  • Heath Nash

    Recycles plastic bottles into beautiful contemporary homeware. Traditional South African craft skills plus re-used waste materials become spectacular lights.

  • Wynberg Park

    The spring of the Krakeelwater River begins here. See vestiges of the silver trees, once prevalent in the area.

  • Abalimi Bezekhaya

    They help to initiate and maintain permanent organic food growing and nature conservation projects as the basis for sustainable lifestyles, self-help job creation, poverty alleviation and environmental renewal. Abalimi runs an organic box delivery scheme – the Harvest of Hope.

  • African Home

    African Home Curios & Craft Distributors offer a range of decor and contemporary homeware products based on African aesthetic and traditional workmanship creating work for disadvantaged communities.

  • Bean There Coffee Company

    Bean There has a love for coffee and a passion for African adventure. Single origin African coffee is hand roasted to produce an optimal roast. Each bean is fairly traded.

  • Boulders Beach (TMNP)

    One of the top tourist destinations in South Africa. Discover the most south-western point on the African continent (the southern most point is at Cape Agulhas).

  • Cape of Good Hope (TMNP)

    One of the top tourist destinations in South Africa. Discover the most south-western point on the African continent (the southern most point is at Cape Agulhas).

  • Cheetah Outreach

    Aim: To ensure the long-term survival of the cheetah and its ecosystem through a multi-disciplined and integrated conservation programme of research and education.

  • EcoExhibit

    Free and extensive exhibition of the country’s leading suppliers of sustainable living technology.

  • Green Point Urban Park

    Open air venue, grassed areas, dog walking, water features and picnicking, adjacent to the Cape Town Stadium. The Biodiversity Showcase Garden allows children to experience the amazing diversity of plants and animals from the Cape, and to learn about environmental issues that are impacting our biodiversity today. Locally crafted sculptures, mosaics and interpretive panels will keep you intrigued and informed.

  • Hoerikwaggo Trail (TMNP)

    An iconic hiking trail traversing 75 km through the Park. Travel in the footsteps of the Cape’s ancestors and experience the Hoerikwaggo – the “mountain in the sea”.

  • Honest Chocolate

    To be absolutely honest this shop is owned by two men, Anthony Gird and Michael de Klerk. But there was no way we could leave a chocolate shop off the Woman’s Walk and Talk. Aside from all the ingredients in the products being raw and organic, got to love the wrapper artworks – many of which were done by women. If you can leave without a tub of their to-die-for chocolate spread, then you’re a stronger woman than the rest of us!

  • Josephine Mill

    A 19th Century mill restored to full operation. The fine iron waterwheel once again supplies freshly milled, stone ground flour. A monthly Green Drinks meet up venue.