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port city in southwestern South Africa

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Capetonians like their Gucci, Chloe, and Kenzo as much as the next person, but they proudly declare that "Local is Lekker" ("cool," as the regional slang has it) by mixing those labels with pieces from homegrown fashion and accessories brands.
Capetonians are famously laidback, but that doesn't mean they don't know how to party.
Staniland, Luke (2008) '"They know me, I will not get any job": public participation, patronage, and the sedation of civil society in a Capetonian township', Transformation 66/67.
A highlight will be dinner at CatharinaOs, the hotelOs newly renovated fine dining restaurant, presided over by Chef Garth Almazan, a born and bred Capetonian and culinary whiz, who is a 10-time winner of American ExpressO Award for Fine Dining.
A four-night package (June 16-22) including a ticket to England's game with Algeria in Cape Town on June 18, including flights, B&B at the four-star Capetonian, coach transfers, local guides and merchandise costs pounds 2,762pp (www.
TONY McCOY travels to Southwell today for just one ride - and he can come up trumps on Capetonian.
Iziko owns a large collection of antiquities, many of which were purchased for the then South African Museum by the businessman and benefactor to the city, Capetonian Alfred Aaron de Pass (1861-1952).
Last year he became a major shareholder in South African group Property Partners, with Capetonian Stuart Chait and finance group Javelin Capital.
In the same year, Achmat and Raizenberg were part of the team who launched South Africa's first Lesbian and Gay Film Festival in a restaurant beloved by Capetonian political dissidents and queers alike.
CAPE TOWN: Quest Travel (0870 444 5552) offers seven nights' B&B at the Capetonian Hotel for pounds 599, until June 29.
The regal six-foot seventeen-year-old Capetonian beauty was chosen from among sixteen regional finalists from the following countries: Burundi, Cameroon, Egypt, Eritrea, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, and Uganda.
Some years ago, Capetonian property developer, Gert Joubert arranged a special press conference to tell all and sundry, the entire Namibia must be turned into a game reserve.
The image of Salmarine's dazzling white hulls in Cape Town's Table Bay will never fade for me," says one Capetonian.
The 30-year-old Capetonian said that his first goal would be to recover from the knee injury that limited his participation in the Indian Premier League.
Staniland, L (2008) '"They know me, I will not get a job": public participation, patronage, and the sedation of civil society in a Capetonian township', Transformation: critical perspectives on southern Africa (66/67).