September will see a further 3000 trees planted by BLUU Car Rental
September is a month filled with so many good reasons to plant trees. It is World Tourism Month, Arbor Month and Heritage Month in South Africa. Planting trees in honour and celebration of these themes highlights many important aspects of the South African environment and society. These themes encourage us to pay attention to South Africa’s natural heritage, our environmental conservation efforts, and how both of these underpin one of the most important economic sectors in our country, tourism.
Experience Culture At South Africa’s Oldest Wine-Producing Farm This Heritage Month
This September, braai, sunny skies and art are part of the myriad of cultural experiences at Groot Constantia – all as vibrant and diverse as South Africa itself. These unique encounters will bring together the estate’s many thriving collaborations with South African artists, designers, poets, performers, writers, and entrepreneurs, to showcase their talents.
Reusable shopping bag supports leopard conservation this Heritage Month
This Heritage Month, Pick n Pay and the Cape Leopard Trust (CLT) have collaborated to produce a limited-edition reusable shopping bag to promote conservation of the Western Cape’s biodiversity, and to bring awareness of the rare leopard.
Pandemic pick-me up: Rooibos video celebrates strength of our natural heritage and nation
This Heritage Month, an emotive video, which likens our humble, yet hardy Rooibos bush to the strength and resilience that lies within each and every South African, serves as a reminder of how brave and powerful we can be as a collective force during the pandemic.