Unique Football Cup Makes Comeback

The Carling Black Label Cup, featuring two South African clubs, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, return to the football calendar having not featured last year.


Stellenbosch In Shock After Well Known Wine Farmer Shot And Killed In Attack

Stefan Smit, the 62-year-old owner of wine farm Louiesenhof on the outskirts of Stellenbosch, has been shot and killed in his house.


Pursuing His Passion For Wine

Michael Topkin, from Simon’s Town, is one of six aspiring winemakers from across Cape Town and Paarl to be chosen for the prestigious Cape Winemakers Guild Protégé Programme.


Looking Back At The Past Year

The Green Point Ratepayers’ and Residents’ Association (GPRRA) held its annual general meeting to keep residents up to date on how far the association has come during the past year.


Endless Vineyards Is Far More Than Just Another Wine Farm


Hit-and-runs Aplenty In Kzn As Three Drivers Flee Accident Scenes, Including One In A Milk Truck

In three separate incidents in KwaZulu-Natal, drivers of vehicles involved in collisions have fled the scene.


Patlansky Brings Tour To St Francis

WORLD-renowned artist Dan Patlansky willbring his Duo Electric tour to St Francis Brewing Co on Sunday, April 21.


Win Double Tickets To Rocking The Daisies

Don’t be caught without tickets this year – 1st For Women has you covered


Stay In Sa

The president's campaign trail makes a stop in the Beyerskloof wine estate outside Stellenbosch where he addresses young white South Africans.


Thai Election Officials Say 66 Winners Risk Disqualification

Election officials in Thailand said that 66 winning candidates in last month's elections face possible disqualification because of complaints filed against them.

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