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About South Africa

Archeologists and historical researchers note that the San and Khoekhoe peoples (a.k.a. Bushmen and Hottentots or Khoikhoi) were the original indigenous residents of South Africa (in particular, the western part of the country – now known as Cape Province). In addition, the Bantu-speaking people who had moved into the north-eastern and eastern regions from the […]


Afrikaans Language Monument

Afrikaans Language Monument (Gabbema Doordrift Drive, Paarl Mountain, Paarl) – located 45 minutes east of downtown Cape Town (via N1), and built in 1975, this monument was designed by architect Jan van Wijk. It acknowledges the influence of a variety of languages (such as Dutch, Malay, Malay-Portuguese, Arabic, French, German, English, and the indigenous Khoi […]


African Penguin Colony

African Penguin Colony (Boulder’s Beach, Cape Town) — Boulders Penguin Colony in Simons Town is home to a unique and endangered land-based colony of African Penguins. Administered by South African National Parks )which is also responsible for Table Mountain National Park), this colony is one of only a few in the world, and the site […]



CAR RENTALS – since public transportation is limited to bus lines (and their service often tapers off during the evening), renting a car may be a preferable (if pricier) option to getting around in Cape Town. Those renting a car should certainly get a map to become familiarized with the main streets and routes (such […]



Asoka (68 Kloof Street, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town) – this is a loungy hangout spot where one can order drinks and/or tapas. The signature cocktail served here is “the Pornstar” (with vanilla vodka and a shot of sparkling wine on the side). Two reasons why this place is hard to miss: its Asian décor (including the […]


Africa Café

Africa Café (Shortmarket Street, Cape Town) – located in the city center, this restaurant has a vibrant multi-cultural dining experience that showcases real African hospitality. The restaurant is located within a historic national monument, and is divided over 3 levels: the ground floor, the first floor and the Zulu room (all of which are decorated […]