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The South African wine industry has come a long way since 1994. Inclusivity, upliftment and growth of our industry and its people are at the forefront. While there is still much to be done, we should also recognise the many entities that consistently aid the well-being and positive growth of the 291,000 people who are employed within the wine industry.
Wines of South Africa are proud to share the short documentary, ‘Creating the Blend’, which showcases a few of the phenomenal programmes and efforts that are active today. Programmes that enrich and add value on a range of levels to wine industry workers, including land ownership, education, health care, training and business ...more
An insight into the growth of the South African wine industry over the past 20 years. Farm workers and their families have opportunities for growth, through education, land ownership, schools and health care schemes. This short clip is a teaser that precedes the full version of the short documentary that showcases a mere handful of these programmes that are in place today.
Watch Nik Rabinowitz preparing for #PlettARTSFestival. He will be performing at Plett Fringe at Plett ARTS Festival this weekend.
This video will make your day... the release of five rehabilitated penguins in Plett. This was a joint initiative between CapeNature Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre, Nature's Valley Trust, BirdLife South Africa and Birdlife Plettenberg Bay, and is the first release of penguins along our #Plett coastline for many years. #plettitsafeeling
Watch haunting drone footage of some of the devastation in Plett & Knysna after recent wildfires engulfed the area. We are heartbroken but so grateful for the support from across the country and the world. Our enormous thanks goes out to volunteers, firefighters and all individuals and businesses for their donations.
We asked Springbok Rugby Captain Warren Whiteley what his 'Plett feeling' was after spending a week in our town, and here's what he had to say.
The 2017 Springbok Rugby squad was in Plettenberg Bay this week on a training camp ahead of their test clashes with the French in June.
They managed to fit in a number of training and recovery sessions, gym workouts, perform medical check-ups and took part in team building activities.
Straight from the horse's mouth...chatting to the team as they approach T10. Exhausted after a hard night, but they've bounced back after a nap & headed onto their 123km cycle.
We joined Alan Winde, Minister of Economic Opportunities, at the start of the inaugural ride of the Cross Cape Cycle Route which took off from Plett on Friday morning 12th May 2017. A few minutes before they took off down main street he told us his "Plett feeling" and how it ties in with the Cross Cape Cycle Route.Alan Winde shares his "Plett feeling"
When you embark on the Cross Cape cycle route, you’re opening yourself up to a multitude of invigorating and unique experiences.
The smell of fynbos, the feel of cool ocean breezes, the sights of wide open spaces, the sounds of wildlife and the tastes of local culture will move you like no other journey can.
That’s why the Cross Cape cycle route is no ordinary journey. It’s a journey through the senses.
Watch the BUCO Adventure Weekend Surfski Highlights 2017 from ATV Media Group.