Info & Lifestyle
The categories in this section covers the most common aspects of planning, preparing, investing and/or moving to the province. They are designed to be informative in a simple and straightforward manner. We cannot stress enough the need to appreciate the implications, logistics and cultural issues when  trying to fulfill your dream. While much of the information is based on requirement some of the guidance and detail has come from our own experience.Companies included are reputable and promoted mainly based on our own experience.

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    Gay Society Description

    Gay rights form part of South Africa's liberal constitution.The Cape Town Gay Guide, called the The Pink Map is available at Cape Town Tourism. There is also a service directory called The Pink Rand.
    Both of these indicate the availability of guesthouses,B & B's, pubs & clubs of top quality standards.
    Cape Town has long been considered the gay capital of South Africa.

    For infromation on Gay Nightlife in Cape Town please go to the Staying & Playing Category,then click on Nightlife / Gay.

    For further information, and the very best websiteon the Cape Town Gay society please visit

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