Hot Fresh Short Native Gown Styles That Are Winning - MOMO AFRICA
When it comes to changing your wardrobe, there is something that you can do. You should not get attires that you will get tired of within a few days. Have you realized that the short native gowns are making their ways into many ladies wardrobes? These beautiful gowns have come to make us look beautiful […]
Saasveld House in Kloof Street
"Standing beside the Huguenot Monument in Franschhoek is the Huguenot Memorial Museum . The building is actually a reconstruction of Saasveld, the old Cape Town home of Baron Willem Ferdinand van Reede van Oudtshoorn. Saasveld was designed by Louis Michel Thibault, the most important architect in the history of the Cape of Good Hope." www.andrewcusack.com/2009/06/22/huguenot-franschhoek/
Scar on the mountain. circa 1930.
The following comment by Trackless Tram on another photo prompted the inclusion of this image. " See the cable station and the scarring down the face of the mountain. I seem to recall my mother telling me that when she was at school in the late 20s while the cableway was being built they used to drop the spoil over the side of the mountain."
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