4 -min. read South Africa’s gastronomic genius Peter Tempelhoff, is an executive chef for The Collection by Liz McGrath, was recently awarded the Grand Chef title, and was the talk of We Are Africa’s inaugural show with his exquisite dishes for the Welcome Lunch and Relais & Châteaux bar
3 -min. read For the inaugural We Are Africa, conservation was at the top of the agenda with ‘The Conservation Lab’ taking place on 4 May at One&Only Cape Town to kick off the inaugural show. This private event saw the coming together of over 50 conservation specialists to tackle the issues that impact the African wildlife.
6 -min. read With We Are Africa’s inaugural show under his belt, we caught up with Event Manager Ryan Wallace to get the lowdown on the first edition of We Are Africa, and what the team has in store for year two.
< 1 -min. read In 2015 the increasingly powerful and influential Tribe united in its passion for Africa makes its return pilgrimage to the iconic Cape Town Stadium from 4-7 May 2015 to further unlock the continent’s potential and chart the roadmap for its rising tourism landscape. Join the Tribe to connect with Africa’s visionary travel elite.
< 1 -min. read 2014 Conference Speaker – Rob Caskie THE WONDER OF AFRICA STORY-TELLER | BUSINESS MOTIVATOR | KEYNOTE SPEAKER Rob has been
< 1 -min. read 2014 Conference Speaker – Marie Jamieson THE OPPORTUNITY TO REBRAND THE CONTINENT ADVERTISING EXPERT | TBWA\ EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AFRICA Marie
< 1 -min. read 2014 Conference Speaker – Michael Power THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC FUTURE OF AFRICA ECONOMIST | STRATEGIST AT INVESTEC ASSET MANAGEMENT An economist
< 1 -min. read 2014 Conference Speaker – Alex Granger MASTER OF CEREMONIES PROFESSIONAL SPEAKER | MC Alex Granger, an exceptional business motivational speaker
< 1 -min. read 2014 Conference Speaker – Graham Boynton CONFERENCE CURATOR JOURNALIST | CONSERVATIONIST Graham Boynton has worked as a newspaper and magazine
7 -min. read Conservation is usually seen as saving the big five, protecting natural habitats from urbanisation and pollution but seldom are flowers the focus. Michael Lutzeyer’s Grootbos Private Nature Reserve is largely involved in conservation, one of the notable aspects being the protection of the Cape Floral Kingdom and protection of the indigenous flora