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Who’s Ready for the 99er Cycle Tour? An Official Seeding Event for the Cape Town Cycle Tour

After what seems to have been a very long and cold January here in the Northern Hemisphere, we are more than ready for a spot of cycling action in warmer climes, and with just over six weeks to go until the iconic Cape Town Cycle Tour 2017 gets underway, now is the perfect time for a warm up event such as the famous 99er, which is set to take place in the Western Cape on Saturday 11th February. 236 more words


Stem cell team brings new life to skin

REGENERATION SQUAD: Jerome Jackson, Tracy-Lee Rosslind and Aseyah Rosslind. Picture: Rizqua Barnes

The USE of stem cells in the beauty industry has been making headlines for years. 883 more words


Day 1 as a Cape Argus intern

I had no idea what to expect on my first day at the Cape Argus, but was pleasantly surprised when I was tasked with covering the Tweede Nuwe Jaar minstrel march. 176 more words

Interview with Cape Argus about the Busker's Festival at Cape Town Fringe

Amy was recently interviewed by the Cape Argus about busking, street performance and site specific work ahead of our performances at the V&A Waterfront, as part of the Busker’s Festival and Cape Town Fringe! 15 more words

Cape Town Cycle Tour 2017: Why Not Make it a Corporate Event!

There is nothing like a corporate event to motivate staff, improve employee morale, and build a better business, and if you are looking for something extra special in 2017, the Cape Town Cycle Tour could be the perfect choice for your next team building event. 298 more words

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Cape Town Cycle Tour 2017: Ballot Closed, Fingers Crossed!

South African Entries for the 40th Cape Town Cycle Tour have just closed, and if you are one of the many cyclists who are simply dying to secure your place on the World’s Largest Timed Cycle Race in 2017, the only thing left to do is cross your fingers (and toes!) and wait patiently until next week, when applicants will be notified by email if they were successful… or not! 300 more words