Dam levels recovering

Date posted: August 21, 2019 | Author: Denis Stupan

Dam levels have been recovering significantly. Good news for citizens and tourists.

With Cape Town dam levels hitting a new high of 81.7% and average Western Cape dam levels set to top the psychological 65% mark, the agriculture and tourism sectors in the province are eyeing better prospects in coming months.

Both city and provincial dam levels reached a four-year high in August, following the region’s worst drought in 100 years, which hit the agriculture, tourism and property sectors particularly badly.

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Woman’s Day in South Africa

Date posted: August 6, 2019 | Author: Denis Stupan

We are celebrating Women’s Day, a public holiday, on 9 August. Have you ever wondered why?

On this day in 1956, over 20 000 women of all races and ages from every corner of South Africa marched together towards the Union Buildings in Pretoria. These brave women were marching in protest against the pass laws that proposed even further restrictions on the movements of women.

Organised by the Federation of South African Women, the March was led by four brave women: Helen Joseph, Rahima Moosa, Sophie Williams and Lilian Ngoyi. The leaders delivered petitions to Prime Minister JG Strijdom’s office within the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

The march was a resounding success and South Africa recognises the bravery of these women who risked arrest, detention and banning by declaring 9 August National Women’s Day.


Who is Dine4Six?

Date posted: July 23, 2019 | Author: Denis Stupan

Who is Dine4Six? If you do not know it is definitely time to change this.

Dine4Six is a social dining experience, throwing together six strangers in an intimate dinner setting and adding great food and wine.

The best way to meet new people, enjoy delicious food and drink great wine. Motto is “Meet – Mingle – Eat”

All you have to do is say yes. They host events at some of the best restaurants in Cape Town: Beluga, Homespun by Matt, The Piano Bar, Fork Restaurant, Orphanage, Bocca, and Souk. Isn’t it a great alternative on a cold rainy winter day? [Read more]



Date posted: July 9, 2019 | Author: Denis Stupan

(Source: CapeTownMagazine)

Was ist eigentlich der Mandela Day am 18 Juli eines Jahres? Der Gedenktag wird seit 2010 jährlich begangen, dem Geburtstag des südafrikanischen Friedensnobelpreisträgers Nelson Mandela (1918–2013).

Seinen Geburtstag, den 18. Juli, erklärte die UN-Generalversammlung im November 2009 zum internationalen Nelson-Mandela-Tag. Damit würdigt sie seinen jahrzehntelangen Einsatz für eine Kultur des Friedens und der Freiheit. Der Welttag zu Ehren des ehemaligen Präsidenten Südafrikas und Friedensnobelpreisträgers wurde 2010 zum ersten Mal gefeiert.

Nelson Mandela arbeitete 67 Jahre an seinen Zielen und er setzte sich für seine Mitmenschen ein.  Und genau wie Nelson Mandela seine 67 Lebensjahre für ein humanes, gerechtes und freies Südafrika geopfert hat, sollen Menschen auf der ganzen Welt an diesem Tag symbolisch 67 Minuten lang etwas Gutes tun. [Mehr lesen]

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