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Afrikaans is one of the modern antique spoken languages in South Africa. What makes this language so unique? Afrikaans is the first language of most Afrikaner and Coloured people of Southern Africa. It is a West Germanic Language and it is spoken in South Africa, Namibia, and to a lesser extent, Botswana and Zimbabwe. Afrikaans…

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Top 10 activities in Cape Town Are you coming to Cape Town soon or are you already here and looking for cool activities to do? Well we made a list of things  we think  you should see or do. Activities to see the beautiful places in or near Cape Town, to chill or to learn more…

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Public transport in Cape Town Cape Town has several options when it comes to public transport. In this blog I’ll show you the different options you have and share some history about public transport in Cape Town. Early public transport in Cape Town The first public transport in Cape Town was around May 1801, when a…

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  LTC, the language school in Cape Town, is moving to Touchstone house As you might know, the Language Teaching Centre, the language school in Cape Town, has moved out of Pier House, located on 13 Heerengracht street, to 705 Touchstone house at number 7 Bree street. This is because the current building will be…

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Cape Town is such a mix of different cultures and languages, therefore it’s a given that the city would have its very own “language” or slang. And boy, Cape Town’s slang is unique!   Here’s a list of the most popular Capetonian slang words and what they actually mean: Ag (ah-ch): To show resignation or…