The family-owned farm recently became the first WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) Conservation Champion in the Bottelary ward of Stellenbosch.

 

Top image: Mooiplaas cellar team – Tielman Roos (viticulturist), Bertus Basson (winemaker), Louis Roos (cellarmaster).

The family-owned farm recently became the first WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) Conservation Champion in the Bottelary ward of Stellenbosch.

 

The Mother City has an abundance of amazing locations to visit, and it can be hard for locals to pick their favourite ones. To make this easier, Google Maps has released a list of the most popular loc

 

It?s Glasgow, it?s January and things have started to get a wee bit chilly. Even the hardiest of us have put away the Hawaiian shirts for the?

 

The Houmoed vineyard on Mooiplaas in Stellenbosch, 2ha in size and planted in 1972, supplies grapes for both an unwooded wine designated simply as ?Bush

 

?The baby boy was assessed and found to have sustained a serious head injury.?

 

The houses were finished in 2015, but were taken over before the rightful owners could move in.

 

As part of the build up to the Mandela Day celebrations, collaborative efforts will see the living conditions of a disabled 17-year-old girl and two young orphans from Sithungo Village, Mooiplaas, imp

 

More than 800 families staying in Mooiplaas were due to be relocated to Olievenhoutbosch extension 27 as far back as 2015.

 

The residents were protesting over a number of issues, including the relocation of houses and building of a local school.