• Isibane Se Afrika Choir

    The Isibane Se Afrika Choir will blow you away with their renditions of traditional and gospel songs, their energetic dance moves and their warm and welcoming introduction to township life. Join them for a tour of Khayelitsha to get a local perspective on the vibrant neightbourhood they call home and you’ll get a chance to sing and dance too. Andisiwe Mbunje Gaqa started the Isibane Se Afrika choir 18 years ago with a mission to empower, inspire, and uplift the youth of her community in Khayelitsha. Their choir is a choir for change and Isibane se Afrika means “The Light From Africa”. The choir has been winning hearts by regularly busking at the V&A Waterfront and performing across the world, most recently in Poland, waving the South African flag high. For Andisiwe township life is all about neighbours. People caring for each other and sharing and exchanging food, love, and their experiences. Isibane Se Afrika invites you into their neighbourhood so you can experience this fraternity first-hand. They take you on a tour to hotspots like Lookout Hill and a pre-school nearby owned by a caring father in the neighbourhood. They also share stories with you at Andisiwe’s mother’s garage Read more [...]

  • Century City Arts Foundation

    The Century City Arts Trail comprises 25 art, scientific, technological and outdoor exhibits, commissioned by the Century City Arts Foundation and various corporate citizens of Century City and executed by community-based and other artists. ENTRANCE FREE

  • State of the Art Gallery

    StateoftheART is a boutique gallery and online platform showcasing an exciting and diverse selection of affordable contemporary fine art by artists from across South Africa. Top tip: ask to view the large inventory of work in the gallery Stockroom – this is a not-to-be-missed destination for art lovers., online platform, contemporary art, fine art, artists, South

  • Gabriëlskloof

    2016 Judges Best Red Gabrielskloof The Blend 2014 Gabriëlskloof is a family owned and run wine estate with sweeping views of the Babilonstoren Mountains and the surrounding wheat fields. The farm and vineyards were established in 2000, with their first vintage in 2009. It has 70 hectares under vine and 50 hectares set aside for conservation, mostly consisting of Overberg Sandstone Fynbos and some critically endangered Western Ruens Shale Renosterveld. They have rehabilitated the fynbos in the area below the winemaker’s house by collecting fynbos seeds over a period of time and then scattering them across the slope. A variety of birdlife has returned to the farm to delight birdwatchers young and old. Taste their wines and olive oil, accompanied perhaps by a hearty meat and cheese platter, or as part of their food and wine pairing. Restaurant, @Gabriëlskloof, entices with mouth-watering, sincere cuisine and a deli filled to the rafters with all things handmade, homemade, delicious and fresh.

  • Iziko South African National Gallery

    Important collection of South African and international art, set in the Company’s Garden, opposite the Iziko South African Museum and next door to the SA Jewish Museum and the Cape Town Holocaust Centre. An easy walk down the Avenue, past the SA National Library and Houses of Parliament to the Iziko Slave Lodge. Visit www.iziko.org.za/museums/south-african-national-gallery See Arts + Crafts Map https://mapmyway.co.za/city/themes/iziko-south-african-national-gallery/

  • Art at Groot Constantia

    Groot Constantia’s revered history tells us how a man’s love of wine established the first wine farm in South Africa. The historic manor house hosts a selection of old Cape furniture donated by the late Alfred A de Pass in 1927. Visit www.grootconstantia.co.za/

  • Church Street Galleries

    Lots to choose from if you are interested in contemporary South African Art. Why Not start off at the AVA Gallery? And hopefully you are in town for First Thursdays when the Church Street galleries and generally in the CBD are all open until 21h00. It has a distinctive buzzzzz! Visit https://mapmyway.co.za/city/themes/the-ava-gallery-in-partnership-with-spier/

  • Baxter Theatre Centre

    Catch international Burn the Floor or South Africa’s funny man Schalk Bezuidenhout in Second Language this weekend. Definitely worth checking their calendar to see what’s happening at this vibrant theatre complex.

  • Encounters Documentary Film Festival

    Encounters is Africa’s premier documentary event at the Labia Theatre and NuMetro from 2 – 14 June 2016. The Labia is an old-world movie theatre screens art-house movies as well as more commercial productions. For programme details visit Encounters Documentary Film Festival

  • Sea Point Promenade

    The Sea Point promenade tends to be the most popular route amongst runners because it’s flat and affords stunning views of the Atlantic Seaboard. From the corner of Granger Bay Road run along Beach Road until you reach Seacliffe Road in Bantry Bay – approx. 5.5km.

  • Mangwanani African Spa

    Mangwanani Boutique Spa has mastered an intricate tapestry of African-inspired rejuvenating massage therapies and beauty inspired treatments. Their treatment therapies are developed specially to revitalise, unwind and renew!

  • Halfway House

    Enjoy Sunday Bruch at Atlantic Beach Golf Course’s Halfway House.

  • Ozzie’s Golf Guide

    Ebrahim Osman offers assistance to businessmen and women, international and local guests wanting to experience a round of golf in Cape Town. Personalised service includes: Securing a tee off time at an appropriate golf course Supplying all golfing equipment if required Transport to and back from the golf course Competitive rates and weekly specials on fourballs

  • River Club

    A Day at the River Club. The River Club is a landmark Cape Town conference centre and golfing hub. It’s also a magnet for family-friendly refreshment and entertainment. Recently reimagined and injected with new energy, The River Club is a golfing hub.

  • La Mizu

    Beach-side sundowners at La Mizu. Breathtaking view over the Atlantic Ocean, towards Robben Island and Table Mountain. If you’re on the lookout for something light and tasty, while enjoying another glorious sunset, this is the place to be. The baskets are more than filling and the quality of the food excellent.

  • Milnerton Golf Club

    A world class picturesque golf course, with the majestic Table Mountain as a back drop to every hole, located between the ocean and a bird rich lagoon. A great golfing experience, on the bucket list of many golfers internationally.

  • Root 44

    Good food, delicious drinks, lively tunes and brilliant company plus a vast range of hand-picked antiques, children’s clothing, funky t-shirts, jewellery, homeware, leather goods and various other arts and crafts – retail therapy par excellence.

  • Pot Luck Club

    Champagne Brunch at Pot Luck Club Luke Dale-Roberts is a name synonymous with the finest, most creative and innovative food in South Africa. The Sunday Brunches are made up of a collection of dishes that are served on platters. Each guest is able to enjoy each of the dishes on offer.

  • Belmond Mount Nelson

    Dine at Chef’s Table Belmond Mount Nelson. The Chef’s Table – dinner at one of three tables set in an alcove off the main kitchen prepared by chef Rudi Liebenberg and his team. The Chef’s Table can be booked for one guest or a maximum of 12. Reservations are essential.

  • Morgenster Estate

    Wine & olive oil tasting. Morgenster is at the gateway to the Western Cape wine-growing region. It is a thriving olive and wine farm dating back to 1711, producing internationally acclaimed Bordeaux-style wines and award winning extra virgin olive oil.

  • Vineyard Hotel & Spa

    The international Banyan Tree Resort’s Angsana Spa offers unique experiences from trained therapists that include therapeutic massage, facials and a variety of signature treatments.