Thanks to the newly launched map of the Art Route, the town’s best works are easier to find than ever.
Stellenbosch has quietly but surely been building an international reputation as a centre for the arts. We walk you through all the destinations on the map.
We attended the reopening of Quoin Rock where fresh life has been breathed into the storied estate through the new owner’s exciting vision.
Stellenbosch sommelier Joakim-Hansi Blackadder recently participated in the Gaggenau Sommelier Awards 2018 held in Beijing.
Another weekend, another great list of ideas to keep you smiling during those all-too-rare free days.
A tour of Waterford Estate’s vineyards – rough patches and all – in the new Range Rover Sport is enough to convince SEBASTIAN BARTLETT that the horizon is no limit.
Ten powerful South African rugby teams will compete at the 2019 World Schools Festival, with the historic Paul Roos Gymnasium set to play host.
Don’t let 2019’s arrival cause you stress a moment longer, Anna Basson Properties gives us their top picks of properties available for rent.
An exhibition to creatively narrate the stories of Stellenbosch University (SU) of the past 100 years.
The draft Roads Master Plan is deemed unlawful, the way forward for local tourism has been charted and one of the University’s beloved musos takes his final bow.
Award winning Stellenbosch eatery Terroir has introduced a new summer menu that offers fresh, light and uncomplicated dishes.
Prof. Mohammed Karaan, dekaan van die fakulteit vir agriwetenskappe aan die Universiteit Stellenbosch, is vandag die land se voorste landbou-ekonoom.
Platter’s Wine Guide 2019 was launched at Cape Town’s Table Bay Hotel on 5 November 2018, with Stellenbosch wineries dominating the Cabernet Sauvignon category.
A varietal that’s certainly come into its own of late is chenin blanc – South Africa now produces truly world-class chenin from some of the oldest vines in the country.
A restaurant that’s been “simmering on the backburner” for 22 years is about to change the way gourmands perceive dining out in Cape Town’s CBD.
The popular Liefde by die Dam concert that is held annually in Johannesburg, will now also be presented in the Western Cape, at Meerendal, on Saturday November 17th.
Professor in Agricultural Economics at Stellenbosch University (SU), was recently appointed as the new President of the Maties Rugby Club.
This Saturday the 3rd of November is the second instalment of the relaxing and intimate market day at Wurmbosch.
Koeksister’s Sister finds a natural home at it’s creator’s alma mater.
Take a moonlight stroll at Helderberg, start planning your vacation at the Cape Holiday Show and take a steam train to visit the unique Elgin Railway Market.