Table Mountain

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Ta·ble Mountain

A flat-topped mountain, 1,086 m (3,563 ft) high, near Cape Town, South Africa.
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Table Mountain

(Placename) a mountain in SW South Africa, overlooking Cape Town and Table Bay: flat-topped and steep-sided. Height: 1087 m (3567 ft)
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Ta′ble Moun′tain

a mountain in the Republic of South Africa, near Cape Town. 3550 ft. (1080 m).
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Secret Revolution; Memoirs of a Spy Boss, Cape Town: Tafelberg, Heerengracht, 2016.
The purchase of the Danish tanker Annam in 1967 and its subsequent conversion into the underway replenishment vessel SAS Tafelberg gave the SAN the ability to conduct long-duration and long-range missions.
David Kramer: a biography, edited by Dawid de Villiers and Mathilda Slabbert, Cape Town, Tafelberg, 2011, 352 pp., R195.00 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-62-404847-3
Last year, Burton Lim led a biodiversity survey to the tepui Tafelberg Mountain in Suriname to investigate differences in small mammal species diversity in montane forest compared to the surrounding lowland rainforest.
And his last book, Sour Grapes, published last year by Tafelberg, is an inspired collection of writing, that's opinionated and quirky, but always lots of fun - especially when he's being deliciously rude about some of the best-known British wine personalities.
See Lawrence Gann and Peter Duignan: Why South Africa will Survive, Cape Town, Tafelberg, 1981, p.
This was made possible by the outstanding story in the first place, secondly by the great care the publisher, Tafelberg, took in providing the book with an inspirational prologue and a moving epilogue, and magnificent illustrations.
Quoted in Heribert Adam, Frederik Van Zyl Slabbert, and Kogila Moodley, Comrades in Business: Post-Liberation Politics in South Africa (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1997: 157).