- Wednesday, 3rd More than 700 capped on Tuesday - Wednesday, 3rd After the quake: mapping an ancient Bagan temple - Tuesday, 2nd May graduation season out of the blocks - Tuesday, 2nd Report back on the third IRTC Steering Committee meeting - Tuesday, 2nd April 2017Death of a student - Friday, 28th New antimalarial drug shows promise - Wednesday, 26th Sum worshippers hold twilight math on campus - Wednesday, 26th National review prompts LLB changes - Wednesday, 26th All Safe app team through to competition finals - Wednesday, 26th SRC elections and other updates Released: , 25 April 2017 - Tuesday, 25th In memory of Philip Kgosana - Tuesday, 25th Lessons from the TRC: then and now - Tuesday, 25th New smart crops to underpin food security in Africa - Tuesday, 25th Teaching and Learning at UCT - Tuesday, 25th UCT a fortuitous choice for Ghanaian scholar - Tuesday, 25th What is e Research?- Friday, 21st Silal up front in SA heat of international science communication competition - Friday, 21st Where passion and compassion meet - Friday, 21st Washington beckons for five student leaders - Friday, 21st Depression top of World Health Day agenda - Friday, 21st Squash bonanza to hit UCT this weekend - Thursday, 20th R10 million to develop financial skills - Thursday, 20th SRC election season opens - Wednesday, 19th Fire futures: lessons from the Western Cape 2016/17 fire season - Wednesday, 19th Declining fynbos diversity - Wednesday, 19th Release of UCT News and other updates Released: , 18 April 2017 - Tuesday, 18th A passion for finance law - Tuesday, 18th Maths comp to bring congestion conundrum - Tuesday, 18th What's beneath the trappings of power?Besides it being a great way of getting from A to B, it’s also a relaxing way of seeing Cape Town’s varied scenes.The part of the journey between Muizenberg and Simon’s Town winds along the edge of the ocean and the views are brilliant.However, in 1806 the Cape was occupied again by the British after the Battle of Blaauwberg.
More Info: Cape Town Train Times Cost: R12 entry for adults and R6 for kids Rondevlei is an unexpected treasure situated within the Cape Town suburb of Grassy Park, about 20 min drive from the city centre.
Shortly after the English took over, the two Dutch guns were removed from the Imoff Battery and placed in town as signal guns.
The Castle received the latest English 18 pounders.
There are so many ways to enjoy what Cape Town has to offer without spending a fortune.
Here are 50 things to do in Cape Town for a mere R50 or less. James train view, captured by Mike Metlerkamp Cost: R35 for the hop-on, hop-off ticket The Southern Line Rail Route stretches between Cape Town and Simon’s Town.