This study included the cataloguing of a private library of a local Capetonian
, Imam Manie Bassier.
An area that was, until recently, wracked with crime is now a lively, pedestrian-friendly swath lined with art spaces and enough coffee shops to make cafe-hopping a Capetonian
Hmm," he said again (he can't very well deny that people from other in Benmore Gardens Centre with my new friend, I happened to be fresh off the plane from Cape Town, where I interviewed a young Capetonian
who has just been appointed by the Paris Metro to spearhead an exciting new data integration project in France.
Installed in a museum, he became the spectacle of bemused crowds--finger-pointing schoolchildren from the townships, weeping mamas, camera-wielding American tourists, vegan Capetonian
housewives--touched his bracelets and anklets, his dreadlocks, shuka and his enkamoga as if to confirm that he was not a figment of their overheated imaginations.
It's a far cry from her rural origins on a farm near Montagu, but she's stayed a Capetonian
, having graduated from the University of Cape Town in 1960, where Chris Barnard was one of her final-year lecturers.
The collections presented by Nthabiseng Molefe from Durban, Capetonian
Thebe Magugu and Armand Dicker and Martelle Ludik from Johannesburg so impressed the judges that they were each awarded a R10,000 cash prize and an internship with an established AFI fashion designer, as well as an opportunity to launch a capsule collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Africa 2015.
As a recently transplanted Capetonian
, I've reveled in uncovering the city's gems.
South African champion Tobie de Wet from Pretoria eventually went on to win the event, while Capetonian
Richard Thompson came in second.
Julia is a Capetonian
who lived in London for 12 years, six of which were spent working as an agent for film directors.
Skjellerup, once again a Capetonian
, which revived interest in astronomy (Long, pp.
has played in five World Cup tournaments, which all ended in despair for South Africa.
Matyas, Zara's father, who operates on the fringes of the art-collecting in-crowd of Capetonian
high society, is a foil against which Jake Coleman's artistic failure and sexual excess is amplified.