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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.
As a recently transplanted Capetonian, I've reveled in uncovering the city's gems.
Rich in history and cultural heritage, the city is full of exciting activities and world-class dining options, but to avoid the crowds and tourist trail, then follow in the footsteps of local Capetonians.
Round the coast is Hout Bay - a bohemian little place which is known by Capetonians as e Republic of Hout Bay.
Wherever you are in the north of Tenerife this brooding, active volcano is visible, with locals using the natural icon as a navigation device, much like in South Africa Capetonians use Table Mountain as a reference point when travelling around the city.
About 400 miles east of Cape Town, this city of about 75,000 people was once a hippie outpost but has gradually evolved into a weekend destination for wealthy Capetonians.
CONCURRENCY RATES BY RACE AMONG 14-25-YEAR-OLD CAPETONIANS (26) Blacks Coloureds Whites (%) (%) (%) Partner engaged in concurrency 33 13.
When Capetonians subsequently experienced an earthquake on June 7 of the same year, some felt that the town was doomed.
campaign [ETH] is encouraging all Capetonians to get ready to welcome the world in 2010 by experiencing for themselves the rich diversity of their city this month.
As the evening drew to a close, Capetonians could see the outside areas around the waterfront lit with hurricane lamps and tikki torches.
Black Capetonians, including many garment workers, took to the streets in celebratory support of the Soweto revolt; they participated in stay-aways and performed acts of everyday resistance.
Possibly the small audience also had to do with the reluctance of urbanite Capetonians to view theatre from the townships, whilst the township school pupils paid a relatively large sum and travelled 100 km to support their own because they were performing in a city theatre.
There have been, to be sure, some improvements in this regard, with thousands of Capetonians who used to live in shacks now living in formal houses, and many more receiving running water, electricity, and indoor toilets for the first time in their lives.
Gus and Charlotte are settling into the idea of leaving home behind, helped by the comfortable and easy-going atmosphere of Acorn House, and the fantastic hospitality of the Capetonians.
A sense of humor and vitality emerged and the intensely private, because still segregated, worlds of long hibernating white Capetonians opened into a newly fashioned public space.