Neighbourhood News Update: 17 June 2022


Popular streetwear brand Grade Africa opened its doors yesterday on Youth Day at Battery Park. A perfect setting for the brand considered iconic in the street fashion culture.

The brand was founded by well-known Cape Town based entrepreneur, Zaid Osman who also started the much-loved Sneaker Exchange – Africa’s largest youth culture event and movement. The Grade Africa collection is driven by the art of storytelling and collaboration. Read more about it here.

Hussein Salim exhibits at the One&Only

Last week the Melrose Gallery at the One & Only opened its doors to welcome visitors to the showcase of artist, Hussein Salim’s solo exhibition ‘Garden of Carnal Delights.’ Salim’s work represents the marriage of the world, and the manifestation of thought all bound to the circle of life. The show runs until 31 July 2022.

Restaurant specials to chase away winter

We’ve put together a list of restaurant specials to indulge our visitors through winter. From breakfast on the harbour to half-price sushi, click here to choose your favourite.

Spoil your superhero

Treat dad on his special day with our neighbourhood’s Father’s Day offers here.

What’s on in the neighbourhood

  • Ster-Kinekor new cinema opening – Victoria Wharf Shopping Centre – opened on 16 June 2022
  • Music from Bethesda High School – Amphitheatre – 22 June 2022
  • Record & Music Fair – Watershed – 25 June 2022
  • The Minions meet & greet – Amphitheatre – 2 July 2022