Cape Town

The multipliCITY of our African home
27 August 2014

People are the soul of a city. Yes, a city needs houses and streets. It needs businesses and buildings. But all of that is irrelevant if you have no people. Without people, a city is an empty vessel, a lifeless instrument. It’s a dead zone.

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Edible city: 5 layovers for urban agritourists
27 August 2014

Through our Green Clusters project – a platform for collaborative dialogue around urban agriculture in Cape Town – we found at least five must-sees for agritourists who want to eat local, connect with the soil and engage with our history.

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People from near and far
25 August 2014

What does it mean to call yourself a Capetonian? In the August 2014 edition of Molo, we traced the many waves of immigration that have given Cape Town its multicultural character.

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CBD-dwellers: complete this survey
21 August 2014

Participate in the Cape Town CBD residential survey by Sunday 31 August and stand a chance of winning one of three vouchers.

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Embracing our shared mistakes
4 August 2014

What have I learnt the hard way, asks Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana, Cape Town Partnership CEO in a frank column published by the Cape Times newspaper.

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Owning Church Square this First Thursday
20 July 2014

Come down to Church Square on Thursday 7 August from 6pm to 9pm, and prepare for a big surprise. Our open call for participation has resulted in a jam-packed programme of ordinary Capetonians taking ownership of our city’s public space.

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Cape Town’s an inspiration station
10 July 2014

Cape Town’s World Design Capital projects are encouraging collaboration to achieve positive social and economic change, writes Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana, Cape Town Partnership CEO for the Cape Times newspaper.

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Gay in Cape Town: not just a bed of roses
Skye Grove
30 June 2014

While Cape Town is marketed as a pink city and is favoured by gay travellers from the world over, the freedom to live an openly gay life still depends on which part of the city you call home.

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More complicated than beautiful
23 June 2014

Does absence make the heart grow fonder, or does distance bring perspective? Yewande Omotoso examines her relationship with the city she called home for close on two decades.

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