The Wine production in South Africa is drying up in the water crisis

South Africa is set for a steep decline in wine production in 2018 as the country grapples with a water crisis ravaging Cape Town and surrounding areas, a Paris-based global organisation said Tuesday.

Africa’s top wine producer is set to produce 8.6 million hectolitres of wine this year, down 20.4 percent down from 2017, the International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) said in a statement.
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Springbok tickets: England at Newlands : Everything you need to know

Want to go watch the Springboks take on England at Newlands un June? Be prepared to pay a pretty penny. Details of how much tickets will cost and when they will go on sale was announced on Friday.

The Springboks will host England for an incoming tour in June – and details of tickets are being announced in dribs and drabs. Details of tickets for the opening match in Johannesburg was announced in March.

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The Cape Town International Airport set for a name change

EFF leader, Julius Malema’s call for the renaming of Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) sparked a great debate over the weekend, and according to IOL, a name change is on the cards.

Delivering an eulogy at late struggle stalwart, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s funeral held in Soweto on Saturday, Malema threw down the gauntlet as he suggested that the airport be renamed to take the name of the anti-Apartheid icon.

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Aspire Art Auctions offers major artworks on Summer Cape Town sale

Fresh from the remarkable successes of its recent Johannesburg auction in November 2017, Aspire Art Auctions is lining up another top roster of high-quality fine art in its upcoming Summer sale. Alexis Preller – Gold Angel The last auction sale demonstrated Aspire’s expertise in each of the major segments of historic, modern and contemporary art, […]
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Aspire Art Auctions offers major artworks on Summer Cape Town sale

Fresh from the remarkable successes of its recent Johannesburg auction in November 2017, Aspire Art Auctions is lining up another top roster of high-quality fine art in its upcoming Summer sale. Alexis Preller – Gold Angel The last auction sale demonstrated Aspire’s expertise in each of the major segments of historic, modern and contemporary art, […]
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Nine reasons why a Table Mountain Cable Card is a must in Cape Town

You can dodge the tourist queues in summer, take up special offers at the top and even surprise a loved one with a magic green card that makes the iconic summit your own for a whole year. Avoid the pesky tourists Cape Town 101, right? From being decapitated by a huge, swinging camera lens to […]
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