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There are a wide variety of attractions and activities to enjoy on the property. From heritage landmarks to more leisurely pursuits. Fun for all ages.
Take your experience to new heights with the Wheel’s elevated views across Granger Bay, Robben Island, Table Mountain, Signal Hill, and the Cape Town Stadium.
A number of apartments are available for rent at the V&A Waterfront, ranging from smaller studios to 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Living at the V&A Waterfront offers residents security, convenience, a vibrant nightlife and all the amenities you may possibly need.
Apartment living at its most convenient.
The V&A Waterfront is an iconic 123-hectare neighbourhood which welcomes millions of people from all over the continent and world. We celebrate heritage & diversity, champion art & design, support entrepreneurship & innovation & drive positive social, economic & environmental change.
We’re the first attraction in South Africa to adopt the WTTC Safe Travels stamp.
Welcome to the V&A Waterfront where history meets modernity. Located in the heart of beautiful Cape Town, our neighbourhood offers a unique variety of dinning, shopping and entrainment options. Come experience the best that Cape Town has to offer
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Makers Landing: 10AM – 9PM (Fri-Sat),
10AM – 6PM (Sun),
OZ Market: 5PM – 9PM (Wed),
8:15AM – 2PM (Sat), 9AM – 2PM (Sun)
Watershed: 10AM – 7PM (Mon-Sun)
Battery Park: 9AM – 6PM (Mon-Sun),
Rollercade: operating until 9PM (Mon-Sun)
Victoria Wharf: 9AM – 9PM (Mon-Sun)
Alfred Mall: 10AM – 7PM (Mon-Sun)
We specialize in wooden replicas of a wide range of products. We aim to bringe the existing gap between the skilled African artisans with no formal training in the field to the world at large.
Our products are made by malawians, from the deep village of Golomoti where there is no electricity and water. The most closest resource they have is nature.
This skill has been passed on through the past generations and it’s being evolved gradually. With the high unemployment rate in the country, let alone the Golomoti village where there’re no companies this is the only skill that young people opt for.
The few tourists that pass the village en route to lake Malawi are the main target market. The price of each product has a far disproportionate value of the craft. In view of this, many artists give up the craft as they find it hard to live on the craft.
We want to support the artists by sharing proceeds from the sales proportionally. The wood that the artisans use is hardwood mostly from restricted species of trees like the African blackwood. We promote the use of trunks of self fallen fallen trees and educate the them of the importance of preserving trees especially the ones running the risk of being extinct.
Our products are not mass produced because of the scarcity of self fallen trees and of cause because everything is handmade. We want to give back to that community by creating jobs as an alternative to the craft made from wood whose trees are restricted.