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The Truth behind Newlands Stadium Saga

If its WP JOU LEKKER DING or PROVINCE,PROVINCE,PROVINCE, ringing out from the qualdron of 50000+ crowd that sends a unique chill up your spine and goosebumps, makes this reality a very sad one. 364 more words


Day Zero - Update

Day Zero – The day they turn off the taps in Cape Town.

Some of you may have been wondering what is happening with Day Zero… 967 more words


Exploring Cape Town: A trip for all ages

In March 2017, I was given the opportunity to travel to a work-sponsored event in Cape Town, South Africa — a place I had been dreaming of visiting for several years after exploring the… 859 more words

C'est La Vie

The Cape Town Intern Reporting Live from Cape Argus

What a few days. After a whirlwind of new faces, exploring and settling in, tonight marks the end of my second day as a Cape Argus intern. 872 more words

Bridging Gaps

Dep 2018 - Sarcasm

Well, today I learned a lot about sarcasm, and that a majority of the jokes in South Africa stem from it. I picked up on it pretty quickly when at the end of lunch today, one of the guys that lives here made toast to commemorate the end of our first meal as a team. 885 more words

Mission Trips

10 Instagram-Worthy Picnic Spots From Around the World You Need to Visit When You Study Abroad

By Kaitlyn Webster, Marketing Associate

Panoramic views and scenic photo-ops await you at these ten instagrammable picnic spots around the world. Whether you’re currently abroad or planning a trip, be sure to put these photogenic picnic destinations on your study abroad bucket list. 866 more words


From Boatsheds to Battlefields 13

End of 12th Entry: So passed four happy years of life spent in continual struggle with wind and wave and though always the mountain loomed in the background and often thought lingered on her cliffs and hovered over her hidden joys of heights ascended, glens explored no opportunity came to wrest them from the unknown, until I reached nearly sixteen. 510 more words