Many students looking to do an international internship filter out unpaid internship opportunities. Here’s why this may be a mistake. Getting international experience is great on your resume. In the long run, it may pay off much more that the money you would earn at a summer job or internship in the US. It means…
Cape Town’s diverse population lends itself to a unique culture – different from anywhere else in the world. Food and culture are intricately intertwined and in this way, Cape Town’s rich heritage is reflected in its delicious and exotic food. During your internship in Cape Town you’ll find the Mother City is very well known…
Cape Town is not only famous for its beautiful scenery. It is also known for its mouthwatering array of foods from many different cultures. The if i could… team is always willing to take you around to the adventurous eateries of the Cape, including Malay, French, Italian, African, Brazilian, Greek, Chinese, Thai and also Indian.
Spring is in full force! The sun is out and summer is practically knocking on our doors. And as usual, Cape Town Magazine has an awesome social calendar jam-packed with a ton of annual family-friendly food and wine festivals, outdoor live music parties, celebrations and so much more.
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Most of us are familiar with Mahatma Gandhi’s words; “Be the change you want to see in the world,” but how many of us are able to say that we are living that ideal? Being on an if i could… internship gives you the opportunity to be and create just that: change within yourself and change for the world around you.
The first official month of spring means warmer days and drier weeks, ahhh! It’s also the point in the year when the well-known species of Capetonian, indigenous to the Western Cape area, rears its head from a long period of hibernation after months of rain and dreary weather, ready to soak up as much Vitamin D as possible.
In 1968, staff members and learners from the Savio College in Lansdowne, along with the Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA), started a fun walk to raise funds for their school feeding programme. Since their initial efforts were so successful, it was decided to stretch the boundaries and have a BIG walk, in which school staff and learners as well as the community were invited to participate. At this point, PSFA took over the ownership and responsibility of Blisters for Bread.
Ganesh Chaturthi, which begins this year on August 29, is celebrated as the birthday of the beloved Hindu elephant-headed god, Lord Ganesha, who is popularly worshipped for his ability to remove obstacles and bring good fortune.
Are you an acrophobic? 🙂 That is, do you have an extreme or irrational fear of heights?
If so, we suggest you overcome this fear by taking a walk through the Kirstenbosch Gardens ‘Boomslang’ walkway. ‘The Boomslang’ (meaning tree snake) is an informal name for the Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway in Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, and the if I could… team recently took an outing to this spectacular new adventure right in the heart of Cape Town.
To make you feel even more part of the if i could… experience, we have opened up our very own shop where we offer clothing with the unique and playful if i could… logo. The if i could… clothing line is made for active city dwellers who value simple and practical design, quality materials and affordable prices.