July 3, 2020

Edition 8 is on the streets! Look out for your copy.


It’s the 18th year coming up for the Cape Town International Jazz festival, which draws thousands annually to venues in central Cape Town.
Cape Town’s craft beer scene is flourishing with the rise of small, independent microbreweries offering beer lovers more choice than ever.
Fans of British sitcom, Absolutely Fabulous, are sure to have seen the feature film version which opened in September.
This November in Cape Town, there is a distinct feeling in the air of “let the holiday season begin!”
From dressing up as a marshmallow at a mall to being the director of local Artscape theatre production ‘Syria?’, Quanita Adams says her years in the film industry have taught her to value all paying jobs.
In 2015 Cape Town was named Best Food City in the world in Conde Nast’s People’s Choice Awards, which comes as no surprise to Capetonians.
If you haven’t yet discovered the inner-city wine route (aka “Tuning the Vine”) which takes place on the first Wednesday evening of the month after First Thursdays, then diarise 12 October.
Thanks to everyone for entering the CityLife competition. Congratulations to... Yolanda Solomons, Donné Crookham, Ronald Faro, Mark Gavin and Letitia Hall Kotze - you have each won two tickets to the The Cape Town International Boatshow. Daviline Pillay and Zareena Hay - you have each won a set of 4…
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