Monthly Archives: September 2011

A whale of a heritage route “history hunt”

On Saturday 24 September, on Heritage Day, a fun family event will focus on the whales in Cape Town’s South Peninsula, and their history, importance, and the threat to their existence through A Whale of a Heritage Route, reports the … Continue reading

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The Toad Story (50/50)

The Toad Story will be on SABC 2 tonight at 19h30 on the television programme 50/50. 50|50 is a television programme that has, for 28 years and counting, presented the successes and disasters of conservation to South Africa’s people. 50|50 has … Continue reading

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Temporary closure of Flying Dutchman

The Flying Dutchman will be closed temporarily during September. This is not a temporary ban on all people from the Netherlands! The Flying Dutchman funicular at Cape Point will be temporarily out of operation from Mon 05 September to Friday … Continue reading

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Accommodation with Views of Whales

It is whale season and what better way to watch these magnificent ocean giants than on a weekend away in an accommodation establishment with views of the ocean. Many of these Cape Town bed and breakfasts, hotels and guesthouses allow … Continue reading

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Team Building Out of the Office

Most of us spend 240 out of the 365 days in the year at work. During our hectic daily hours of meeting deadlines, there is very little time to get to know our colleagues on a more personal level outside … Continue reading

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Fans Guide to watching Rugby World Cup

The Rugby World Cup kicks off on the 9th September in New Zealand and whilst many fans will have their hearts in New Zealand cheering their team to victory, the physical reality is that the bodies will be firmly glued … Continue reading

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