Strand, Somerset West, Gordensbaai
Hout Bay and Camps Bay
Kalk Bay, Fish Hoek, Simonstown, St James
A Short History of one of the oldest houses in South Africa
Het Posthuys (also known as De Post Huys) in Muizenberg is considered by many to be one of the oldest structures built by European settlers in South Africa. For many years the secret of its age and significance remained hidden until the keen eye of an estate agent and the skills of an historian uncovered the remarkable details in the late 1970s. The article below was written
Where were South Africa’s enslaved people from?
by Karen Williams Slavery in South Africa began at the same time as colonisation in 1652, when Jan van Riebeeck, the representative of the Dutch East India Company (the VOC), arrived in Cape Town …
Early 1800's Altona Farm Papendorp. Sir John Barrow
Woodstock, in Cape Town, the southern capital of Nordic Walking - Modern Nordic Walking* there with Southpole Nordic Walking South Africa - SA's only Nordic Walking organisation, since 2005
1895 The old Opera House was opened in 1893 and demolished in 1937. It stood at the corner of Darling and Parliament Streets on the site presently occupied by the General Post Office and was built before the present Standard Bank Building was extended from Adderley Street through to Parliament Street (or Grave Street as it was then known). The Opera House Restaurant on the first floor was for many years one of the most popular eating-out establishments in Cape Town.
Print of South Africa - Liesbeeck River Bridge, Mowbray, Cape Town
Canvas Print-South Africa - Liesbeeck River Bridge, Mowbray, Cape Town-20"x16" inch Box Canvas Print made in the UK