Set up Cape Town’s first shelter for street children in 1982; runs several programs, including job- creation schemes.
Training township kids in the field of soccer, as well as teaching them about AIDS and HIV infection.
Origin & Nigiro
Apart from great coffee their traditional bagels are pretty awesome. Book ahead for their coffee and tea appreciation courses (R200). At...
La Petite Tarte
Fancy teas and delicious homemade, sweet and savoury French-style tarts are served at this adorable cafe on the Dixon St side of the...
30 Hudson St · interesting places nearby
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Hang with De Waterkant style set at this low-key ‘luxury cafe’, serving Lebanese-style nibbles such as manoushe (flat bread) sandwiches and spedini (kebabs). There’s an attached boutique offering menswear fashion lines from overseas labels. Make a booking for their Thursday evening burger nights – the patties, both premium beef and vegetarian, are top grade.