The slightly misshapen crockery at Wonki Ware became world-famous when Nigella Lawson discovered it and worked together with owner Di Marshall to design a range...more
The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is an enormous pedestrian mall on the water, with wonderful views of Table Mountain. It's a tourist favorite, with boat...more
This roadside stall outside Keurbooms is a great stop-off for South African pies (more of the meat-and-veggie variety than American-style fruit pies);...more
Porcupine Ceramics uses recycled clay, in the Japanese raku tradition, but the result is purely African. Expect playful sculptures of animals and fish, plates...more
Langa Lapu means "sun cloth" in Xhosa, a fitting name for a company that uses light-sensitive dyes to make brightly colored fabrics imprinted with the shapes of...more
Green Point is a trendy neighborhood on the slopes of Signal Hill, overlooking the V&A Waterfront. The locals here like to see and be seen, and you'll find...more
For Capetonians wanting to live in the city, Gardens is a sought-after address (one shared by the five-star Mount Nelson Hotel). It's a leafy neighborhood close...more
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