Copenhagen Cartel: Saving the Ocean, One Swimsuit at a Time

Copenhagen Cartel is a Danish sustainable luxury swimwear and activewear brand with a noble goal — saving the ocean. The company’s unique approach to environmentallyfriendly fashion contributes to reducing discarded fishing nets that kill marine life. Copenhagen Cartel makes bathing suits and sportswear out of recycled nylon trash, such as old fishing nets and fabric pieces from before use. This keeps the nets from being thrown into the seas.

Judith Sephuma: The Queen of Afro Jazz at the Silo District

Silo Concerts, in partnership with Hendricks Gin, are back to entertain visitors to the Waterfront’s neighborhood. This year they are bringing worldrenowned artist Judith Sephuma to the Silo District on the 7th of April, 2023. The concert is free, and we can expect a performance from one of our time’s most acclaimed and versatile singers.

Ramenhead: An Authentic Japanese Streetfood Bar

Cape Town is known for its culinary gems, and Ramenhead is the latest addition to the city’s food scene. The brainchild of renowned chef Peter Tempelhoff, this authentic Japanese street food bar offers a casual dining experience where you can slurp, sip, and socialize to your heart’s content.

The Rise of Kayak Polo in Stellenbosch

Children who live on farms in Stellenbosch get together three times a week at a small dam on Polkadraai road to play canoe polo or kayak polo. This is a unique sport that mixes the rules of water polo with kayaking skills. The kids on the Stellenbosch team range from 8 to 18 years old, with Camurin Abrahams being the best under18 player in the Western Cape.

Scala Pasta Bar: Not Your Mama’s Pasta!

Scala Pasta Bar may be a better place for you if you want traditional Italian pasta. This underground New Yorkstyle pasta bar is revolutionizing how we eat pasta, offering a sharingplate dining style that allows customers to taste multiple dishes and experience various interpretations of Italy’s famous staple.

A Revitalised Soccer Pitch in Philippi, Cape Town, Thanks to Belgian Sponsors

The recent state visit to South Africa by King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium highlighted a successful corporate social responsibility project in the Philippi Village hub of Cape Town. One of the key sponsors of the project was Air Belgium, which is committed to improving the communities it serves. The project involved the renovation of a soccer pitch that had been in a state of disrepair for years. Thanks to the fundraising efforts of the Belgian business community in South Africa, the rise was wholly revamped, including the provision of soccer kits and equipment.

Experience Makers Landing’s Seafood Fest

If you are a seafood lover, you must visit Makers Landing, the V&A Waterfront’s food destination, for a fresh and sustainable seafood market experience. This event showcases all things seafood, celebrates smallscale fishers, and brings fresh fish to the public at the heart of the harbor.

Sex Workers Call for Decriminalisation of the Industry in South Africa

More than a hundred sex workers and advocates gathered at the Department of Justice in Cape Town to demand the decriminalization of the sex work industry in South Africa. The demonstration, organized by the Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Task Forceё(SWEAT), aimed to raise awareness of the need for legal reform and support the passage of the decriminalization bill.

The Werf Restaurant at Boschendal: A Farm-to-Table Dining Experience

Located within the original wine cellar of the Manor House, The Werf Restaurant at Boschendal offers a unique and delightful dining experience that combines heritage, sustainability, and the great outdoors. With their new chef, Eric Bulpitt, who brings with him impeccable credentials from some of Cape Town’s most prestigious kitchens, The Werf is focused on seasonality and utilizing fresh, sustainable ingredients that showcase the best of local produce.

Former Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter Agrees to Provide Information to Scopa

Former CEO of Eskom, Andre de Ruyter has agreed to present information to the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) regarding allegations he made in an eNCA interview. These allegations, made on 23 February, concerned widespread corruption and fraud at the power utility, involving high ranking politicians. While De Ruyter did not provide any names, he did imply that members of the ruling party and ministers were aware of the wrongdoing but had failed to address it.

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