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What’s on this April

What’s on this April

This April there are some exciting events going on in and around Stellenbosch. Have a look to see what’s on offer.  Kid-friendly Easter Celebrations With Easter weekend right around the corner, there are various ways it can be celebrated – with some especially kid-friendly options. Rhebokskloof is hosting their annual Easter Weekend activities. From  2 –Read more about What’s on this April[…]

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My Stellenbosch-story: local Stellenbosser’s experience of our town

My Stellenbosch-story: local Stellenbosser’s experience of our town

Stellenbosch has a variety of dynamic residents whose stories are interwoven with the town.  In our new series, we ask local Stellenbossers questions about their experience of our lovely town. For this post, we’ve asked Francois Smuts to tell us more. He is a very successful businessman, MD of Evesis Software, and had been ChairmanRead more about My Stellenbosch-story: local Stellenbosser’s experience of our town[…]

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What’s on this March

What’s on this March

This March there are some exciting events going on both in-person and online. We are also happy to be back on lockdown level one.  Have a look to see what’s on offer.  Kamers / Makers From 24th – 28 March South Africa’s favourite pop-up market of handcrafted creativity,  Kamers / Makers, will be held atRead more about What’s on this March[…]

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What’s on this February

What’s on this February

We’ve entered the month of February and though there are still Covid-restrictions in place, there are some fun things to do this month. Rupert Museum: Science meets Art  The Rupert Museum has a very interesting exhibition on at the moment, which makes use of indigenious art to address stigma in mental illness (such as depression)Read more about What’s on this February[…]

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Home checklist when going away this holiday
1. Service alarm system and irrigation.
2. Care of pets (feeding and walking).
3. Put your swimming pool on an automatic timer.
4. Receiving of mail and make arrangements for extra mail delivery.
5. Cancel your newspaper delivery.
6. Take extra care of electronic devices i.e. the switching off all appliances
during load shedding.
7. Empty all bins and dead flowers.
8. Empty your fridge.
9. Pay attention to spice racks and remove all old ingredients/food items.
10. Close all windows to decrease dust on burglar bars.
11. Automatic switch that switches lights on and off.
Exciting student accommodation
Follow these links for great student digs in and around Stellenbosch: