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Sandton is known as “Africa’s richest square mile” and is a cosmopolitan melting pot of global trades, cultures and trends. Home to approximately 300 000 residents and 10 000 businesses, and offering everything from finance to fashion, Sandton is the commercial, business and entertainment hub of South Africa. Sandton City Shopping Centre is just one of a number of notable landmarks in Sandton Nelson Mandela Square: adjoined to Sandton City, celebrates African hospitality and international style. Home to some of South Africa’s finest restaurants, exclusive couture and designer labels and a European styled piazza, Nelson Mandela...


Western Cape

Bantry Bay

Bantry Bay is an affluent suburb of Cape Town Western Cape Province, South Africa. Situated on the slopes of Lion's Head and protected by this steep backdrop, (which is the eroded core of an ancient volcano), it is mostly wind free and therefore a much sort after address for apartment dwellers. Secluded & protected, the inhabitants of this exclusive area which abounds Clifton and its white sandy beaches, enjoy about 290 wind free days per year and that in Cape Town is a win   It overlooks a magnificent rocky shoreline where sunsets, especially during winter, are often dramatic. It was originally called Botany Bay after a botanical garden that was...

Cape Town Peninsula

The Cape Peninsula is a generally rocky peninsula that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean at the south-western extremity of the African continent. At the southern end of the peninsula are Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. On the northern end is Table Mountain, overlooking Cape Town, South Africa. The peninsula is 52 km long from Mouille point in the north to Cape Point in the south. The peninsula was once an island, but about sixty million years ago it was joined to the mainland by the emergence from the sea of the sandy area now known as the Cape Flats. The towns and villages of the Cape Peninsula now form part of the City of Cape Town Metropolitan...


Green Point

Green Point is a neighbourhood of Cape Town It is a popular residential area for young professionals and for the Cape Town gay and lesbian community. Many new mid-rise apartment and mixed-use developments have gone up in recent years. Somerset Road forms the main thoroughfare lined by numerous restaurants, cafés, boutiques and nightclubs. Living in Green Point makes you neighbours with the famous Giovannis Deli.   The Cape Town Stadium was constructed after much opposition from the neighbourhood, on Green Point Common, for the World Cup in 2010. Much infrastructural developments took place at the same time and a magnificent Urban Park was created....

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