The University of Cape Town's Graduate School of Business is part of a global community of international institutions hosting a Study Tour of Cape Town and its local communities.
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11 April was the annual World Parkinson's Disease Day and to raise awareness, the University of Stellenbosch's Parkinson's Genetics Research Group decided to host a cycling competition.
Five photographers and I exhibited a selection of our fine art work at the Side Street Studios in Woodstock.
Every year the Carel Du Toit Centre for the deaf have their Spring Tea fundraiser fashion show. The little ones were so adorable and watching them light up on the runway was very heart-warming. After writing a journalistic piece about the church for the deaf, I decided to work more with this community. I hope to be of use to the centre again and learn from the world of the deaf as I spread awareness of their causes.
September is deaf awareness month. Follow on twitter on #deafawareness2014
This year's "Feast of the Grape" festival was yet again a big success, attracting families and wine enthusiasts from all over. I was lucky enough to be asked again to shoot a festival event for Altydgedacht Wine Estate. Farms from throughout the Durbanville wine valley came together on the grounds of D'Aria to showcase their wines and also their respective restaurants.
Keep an eye out for the next 2 wine festivals coming up in Durbanville later this year. Pictured below is Richard Parker giving some insight to festival goers into the making of Sauvignon Blanc with the tasting room ladies serving their most popular selection of wines.