I have the privilege of co-hosting #TravelChatSAevery Wednesday evening from 7pm – 8pm on the Twittersphere where 4 questions are posted every 15 minutes with a bonus question. I was lucky enough to have #CPTBucketListas the topic, enthusiasts all over South Africa took part in the conversation with fantastic suggestions with what they would like to tick off their #CPTBucketList.
Mandela Day is internationally recognised and is celebrated every 18 July, our former late president’s birthday. People are encouraged to devote 67 minutes of their time to help others and/or support their local community. The symbolism of the 67 minutes is one minute for every year our Tata Madiba spent fighting for the rights of humanity.
Our Mother City is known for her beautiful, yet temperamental weather. Capetonians are more accustomed to the heat rather than the cold; however over the last few years Cape Town has experienced snow. The iconic Table Mountain was covered by a powdery, white blanket of snow. Many braved the cold and made their way to the top, to experience these unusual icy conditions.