June 27, 2017

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Edition 8 is on the streets! Look out for your copy.
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Cape Town St Georges Mall, Cape Town

A top quality market experience. We are all about pasture reared and ethically farmed animal products, fresh produce shopping. Change the way you shop 

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Cape Town Cnr Upper Orange Street and Sidmouth Avenue, Oranjezicht.

Located at Villa Zille in summer and Granger Bay during winter, this market offers shoppers lots of space to relax, aside from browsing the wares....

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Cape Town 145 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock

Take a leisurely walk through the Market at the Palms in Woodstock, snack on farm-fresh goods while listening to unplugged musicians. Shop from linen, crystals,...

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Cape Town Adderley Street, Cape Town

Buy fresh cut flowers for a good price from the flower sellers at this century-old market.

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Cape Town Greenmarket Square, Cape Town

In the heart of Cape Town, this has been everything from a slave market, fruit and vegetable market and parking lot. Today the market offers...

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Cape Town Buitenkant Street, Cape Town

Vintage and vintage-inspired wares from 15 to 20 traders.

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Cape Town 14 Hope Street, Gardens

Food, craft beer and speciality dry-cured and wood smoked meats. Look out for the monthly fashion market.

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Cape Town 373 Albert Road, Woodstock

Over 100 specialty traders, fine-food purveyors, organic merchants, bakers, grocers, mongers, butchers, artisan producers, celebrated local chefs, and micro enterprises.

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Cape Town V&A Waterfront

Located in a warehouse, this daily market is home to over 50 traders offering a local and foreign cuisine, organic and health food, loads of...

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