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Eastern Cape


As the story goes……….The piece of land known today as Somerset West was bought from local people and it was turned into a cattle post by the Dutch soldiers in 1672 – it was developed around the Lourens River (originally "Tweederivier", which means "Second River"; "Eersterivier", meaning "First River" passes through Stellenbosch, some 16 km to the north) and the farm of Vergelegen – its Dutch meaning ‘remotely situated’, an 18th-century farmhouse built in the historic Cape Dutch style by Willem Adriaan van der Stel, governor of the Cape and son of Simon van der Stel, who gave his name to the nearby town of Stellenbosch. Willem...



Also affectionately known as Joburg - Jozi – Egoli – Joeys No matter how the name of this incredible City rolls off your tongue; you can rest assured that once you get here – you will find yourself right in the pulsating heartbeat of our wonderful Country. The beauty of JOBURG is its magnitude – a thriving combination of Culture and Economy where new cityscapes are being created every day. The largest City in South Africa – Jozi dances to the beat of a different drum. Known as Africa’s POWER HOUSE it is the hub of South Africa’s economic, industrial, mining undertakings and real estate sectors. Johannesburg is also part of...


Western Cape

Cape Town

Cape Town – affectionately known as The Mother City is a city steeped in culture and embroidered with a beautiful and rich diversity. Known as one of the premiere tourist destinations throughout the world, Cape Town showcases every aspect of its landscape in spectacular fashion. From its rich history to its current status as a sought after destination, Cape Town is guaranteed to surpass ones expectations. The property market will be no exception as any first time buyer will soon discover and with so much to offer; the City of Cape Town is an investors dream. The sought after areas around Cape Town and CBD fall under the City Bowl and Atlantic Seaboard and these...



OVERBERG WHALE COAST HEART OF THE CAPE FLORAL KINGDOM. Yes, it does exist! This enchanting place where mysterious giants visit the shoreline, fynbos fairies frolic against majestic mountain slopes and a human heart can soar to the stars. Just follow your dream along the R44 from Cape Town and within an hour you will reach the magical coastal towns of Rooi Els, Pringle Bay, Betty’s Bay and Kleinmond, located in the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve – a UNESCO World Heritage site. LET NATURE TOUCH YOUR SPIRIT... Whale spotting: Enjoy wonderful whale watching opportunities from June to December when Southern Right and Humpback whales migrate to these coastal...



STELLENBOSCH - JEWEL OF THE WINELANDS  Situated on the fertile banks of the Eerste River in the Jonkershoek Valley, surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of imposing mountain peaks, rolling vineyards and fragrant orchards - but only a convenient 28 km from Cape Town International Airport - lies the jewel of the famous Cape Winelands: Stellenbosch. HISTORY Affectionately named Eikestad because of age old oak trees lining the streets, Stellenbosch is well known for its rich historical heritage. Founded and named in 1679 by Simon van der Stel during the period of control by the Dutch East India Company, it is the second oldest town in South Africa. This becomes...

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