Many young white people are encouraged by their parents to just “move on” with the business of the future, writes Adriaan Basson.
Even though Robben Island Museum will revise its pricing model after 22 years to enhance its long-term financial sustainability, the museum says it is currently financially stable.
In keeping with local Valentine's Day traditions in the Cape, 12 couples have tied the knot on Robben Island.
White people must also be careful to think the past is over and done with, says Peter Storey. He warns that the longer they stand back instead of getting involved, the sharper the cries of black people calling for the fall for historical injustice will become.
Robben Island management has slammed reports that former president Nelson Mandela's cell is expected to be auctioned at this year's CEO SleepOut, which is to be held at the prison.
A photographic exhibition has opened at the Constitution Hill in honour of struggle stalwart Ahmed Kathrada, marking a year since his passing.
Seemingly hardened EFF politicians have been reduced to tears during a three-hour tour of Robben Island to honour the wishes of the late struggle veteran Ahmed Kathrada.
On the anniversary of Shakespeare's death (23 April), ex-political prisoner Sonny Venkathrathnam plans to return the legendary ‘Shakespeare Bible’ to Robben Island.
The Robben Island Museum has spent a hefty R10m on repairs and private boat hire in the past two years due to continuing ferry problems.
Twelve political prisoners who died on Robben Island have been honoured in a symbolic ceremony.
The Robben Island Museum is on a quest to solve the riddle of human bones found last year and discover another piece of the island's history.
You are a banned person and so you cannot stay in the city past a certain hour. Even if your husband has just been sentenced to life in prison, the petty rules are the petty rules.
Western Cape government officials are concerned about the lack of legislative regulation addressing the allowed number of standing and seated passengers on vessels.
Three companies who ferry passengers to and from the Robben Island Museum have entered into settlement agreements on charges of price fixing and collusive tendering.
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Julius Malema and the EFF leadership visited Robben Island on Wednesday on the invitation of the Ahmed Kathrada and Nelson Mandela Foundations, in honour of Uncle Kathrada's dying wish. Watch the media briefing above.
Robben Island museum has announced that they will finally be investing in new ferries to transport visitors to the popular Cape Town tourist destination.
The Robben Island Museum is using local boat suppliers to ferry visitors because two of their vessels have been out of service for a few months.
The Robben Island Museum ferry has lost millions as a result of numerous breakdowns and disappointed thousands of tourists, the DA says.
Cape Town CBDO'Dwyer PersonnelR6 500.00 - R7 000.00 Per Month
Western CapeOdwyer PersonnelR14 000.00 Per Month
R 2 395 000
Apartments / Flats
R 3 000 000
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