An environmental sustainability collaboration between the Cape Town International Convention Centre and Investing in African Mining Indaba has diverted 24 000 kg of wood from landfill.
An opportunity for private sector entities to share with government agencies obstacles they encounter in the investment process and for both parties to set up a mutually beneficial process
The Cape Town International Convention Centre has added another certification to its list of International Standards Organisation (ISO) accreditations.
Coetzenburg Athletics Stadium has just been upgraded to include a state-of-the-art lighting system, the first of its kind at an athletics stadium in South Africa.
Cape Town-based lighting company Maritz Electrical is revolutionising stadium experiences.
The Cape Town film sector is geared to make its mark at a number of prestigious international festivals over the coming weeks, including the International Film Festival in Rotterdam (IFFR), the Gothenburg Film Festival, the Berlinale International Film Festival and the Pan-African Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou (or FESPACO).
Book review: The Last Hurrah, by Graham Viney is a fascinating account of a pivotal moment in South African history.
Studio Babelsberg will offer world-class production facilities and services to international filmmakers and film and television producers on the island of Mauritius.
The CTICC’s water saving initiatives has resulted in a 30% saving of water over the past financial year alone. Building on this success, the CTICC commissioned its own reverse osmosis plant.
The 4-Star graded Conference Centre caters for small meetings to large conferences (10 - 230 delegates) and offers a range of conference packages, which include catering, facilities and equipment.