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Sunrise spots: The Boomslang


Justin Hawthorne

An interesting way to experience Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is to stop in for a sunrise stroll over the Tree Canopy Walkway, The Boomslang! 369 more words


South Africa Feature | Low-Income & Working-Class Black

The Entrenched Legacy of Housing Segregation in Cape Town

Like many global metropolises, Cape Town faces conflicts over how to secure housing rights for low- and middle-income households inflected by histories of racist social engineering. 124 more words


Water Get No Enemy | Rethinking Water Infrastructure in Cape Town

It’s no secret that the drought and water crisis are on the top of Cape Town’s priority list at the moment. Coming from a fairly privileged position, the direct effects of the water crisis do not feel as critical as the statistics, highway signs and low dam levels make them out to be. 1,987 more words

Sunday Rituals

“When tea becomes ritual, it takes its place at the heart of our ability to see greatness in small things. Where is beauty to be found? 468 more words

Conscious Travel

Wine Tasting in Constantia

Today I went wine-tasting in Constantia, a suburb of Cape Town about 25 minutes from where I’m staying. The Constantia Valley is known for its beautiful vineyards and world famous wineries. 182 more words

Cape Town

My Love letter to Uber and AirBNB

It’s near impossible to write about AirBNB and Uber without getting a little gushy with grattitude. Single handedly these two world changing businesses, locked within their paralell evolution have reconstructed the business-travel world into something beautiful, simple and extraordinary. 1,092 more words

Business Trips