The network will host regular events including business breakfasts, a lecture series, pitching dens and hackathons amongst others.
Kanonkop Wine Estate recently held its annual wine event for clients, media and the wine trade which also saw the official launch of the first book on the history of this famous estate: Kanonkop: The Story of a Legend.
Stellenbosch entrepreneur Thabs Dube survived a near-death motorbike crash that resulted in the amputation of his leg. Now 27, he’s the determined managing director of Letz, a leather accessories brand that aims to inspire others to ‘Live Each Day to The End”.
UBI Global Announces Stellenbosch University LaunchLab as Top University Incubator in Africa 2019/2020 at the World Incubation Summit in Qatar.
Four women, four bright minds at Stellenbosch University, forging ahead into sometimes unknown territory. Elmari Rautenbach met up with them.
Your guide to the best theatre and musical performances happening this weekend in and around the Winelands.
Van der Stel rugby club recently celebrated it’s centenary, Mediclinic Stellenbosch collaborates with partners to provide pro bono cataract surgery to 20 patients and Stellenbosch Football Club is going from strength to strength. Eikestadnuus Editor Danie Keet weighs in with the latest from the Winelands.
Planning to get your summer rolling with a training plan and a health kick? The Cape Winelands offer a wide variety of events and races to sign up and train for. Here are five of the most popular to check out.
Kickstart the festive season on a fashionable high note at the annual Franschhoek Cap Classique & Champagne Festival.
Five years ago, the Jamestown Strawberry Festival was started as a way to bring guests and attention to this quaint little farming village near Stellenbosch. This year, the festival continues to celebrate the community’s strawberry heritage and harvest on Friday 1 November and Saturday 2 November.
Support the Bokke at Triggerfish Brewing, grab some sundowners at Kunjani Wines and take the family for a movie under the stars at the Galileo Open Air Cinema. Take a jaunt through our bumper edition of things to keep you out and about this weekend in the Winelands.
TristanPlessis Studio wins Best Overall Restaurant at the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards, a globally recognised competition dedicated to the design of food and beverage spaces.
Visit Stellenbosch, the newly established destination marketing organisation, brought together stakeholders across various sectors to focus on the theme of tourism unity for the benefit of all.
For 50 years, it’s been Italtile’s passion and extreme pleasure to seek out the extraordinary, from style classics to the world’s freshest design trends and looks; and to curate the most magnificent décor ranges that best express the South African luxe lifestyle and answer the need for sustainable eco-chic.
Black swans, unpredictable events with far-reaching consequences, are a well-known concept in financial markets. But, it’s perhaps their grey cousins we should be paying more attention to.
Arguably the biggest running event on the Winelands outdoor calendar, the Winelands Marathon is an official Two Oceans ultra-marathon and Comrades qualifier with plenty of Western Province pace setters to help you reach your goal for both flagship races.
To celebrate their 100th year, KWV’s Master Blender created an extraordinary blend. Cape Grace was the proud host of the first tasting of the KWV Centenary Limited Edition – a celebratory blend of the finest and oldest South African brandies.
Eikestadnuus, in collaboration with numerous sponsors and supporters, will be honouring one inspirational woman from our town as part of their Vroue Inspirasie Dag, held on October 24 at the Zarose Olive Estate in Devon Valley.
Beautiful hikes, yoga retreats, live music shows and even a kite festival. There is something for every type of weekend warrior in our list of things to do this weekend in and around the Winelands.
Cape Fine & Rare Wine Auction applauds positive bidder sentiment. At the end of play on Saturday 19 October 2019, collective hammer prices were captured totalling R 2 623 000.