Images of Groceries in Hemanus South Africa

Portals and KM

Here is part two of my grocery pictures in the Cape Town South Africa area. I always check out the local stores when I go to a new place. This is in Hermanus on the south coast near Cape Town  

Summary of My Cape Town South Africa Images

Portals and KM

I visited the Cape Town South Africa region in early December 2010. Cape Town South Africa: City Bowl Part One. Cape Town South Africa: City Bowl Part Two – Gardens and Museums. Cape Town South Africa: Bo-Kaap. Cape Town South Africa: Waterkant. Cape Town South Africa: Robben Island. Cape Town South Africa: Waterfront. Cape Town South Africa: Table Mountain. Cape Town South Africa: Camps Bay. Cape Town South Africa Area: Hermanus.

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Cape Town South Africa: Camps Bay

Portals and KM

This is the eighth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. Camps Bay is located south of the central city on the Atlantic side. There is a wide beach and views up to the mountain range known as the Twelve Apostles that runs off Table Mountain.

Cape Town South Africa: Table Mountain

Portals and KM

This is the seventh in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. Here we move away form the urban to the beautiful mountain hovering over the city. It has appeared in many of the posts I have done prior to this one. Now you get the reverse view.

Images of Groceries in Cape Town South Africa

Portals and KM

I recently ran a long series of images form my trip to Cape Town South Africa in early December 2010. This weekend I will offer two more posts. I always enjoy going to grocery stores whenever I travel. Here are some shelf shots from two Cape Town grocery stores in adjacent neighborhoods. 

Strategic engagement – with snakes, elephants, baboons, mosquitos and meercats

Net-Map Toolbox

I am just back from work in Southern Africa. And while I was in a specific country with it’s specifically difficult political context, the question that keept us awake at night was rather universal: How can we influence without much formal authority?

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Participatory Leadership in South Africa

Chris Corrigan

Usually its easy for me to write about these kinds of workshops, but I have to say that South Africa is an overwhelming context. The other is a team of people who work with distance learning at the University of South Africa (UNISA). I think South Africa is a country that exists only because of partnerships and particiption. And secondly, like Estonia, South Africa is an emerging country and as such it is trying to perform well on the world stage.

Cape Town South Africa: City Bowl Part Two – Gardens and Museums

Portals and KM

Cape Town South Africa has one of the most beautiful settings of any city in the world. This is the second in along series covering the city and surrounding area. Below  Below is Old Townhouse, restored building from the 1755 with a garden in the back.

Cape Town South Africa Area: Cape of Good Hope Region

Portals and KM

It is the most southwest part of Africa. This is the eleventh in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. South of the city lies the Cape of Good Hope region. There are many wild baboons and ostriches, as well as great beaches for surfing. 

Cape Town South Africa Area: Hermanus

Portals and KM

This is the sixteenth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. Hermanus is south of Franschhoek and is famous for whale watching. The Southern Right whale spends a number of months in the area and you can easily see them from shore.

Cape Town South Africa: Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Portals and KM

This is the ninth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. The Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens are located south of the city on the inland side. The gardens were established in 1657 by the Dutch.

Cape Town South Africa: Bo-Kaap

Portals and KM

This is the third in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region.

Cape Town South Africa Area: Western Cape Interiors

Portals and KM

The environment in the Western Cape area around Cape Town is very different from the rest of South Africa. This is the twenty first in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region.

Cape Town South Africa Area: Dogs and Cats

Portals and KM

This is the twenty second and last in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. Dogs appear very popular here. Having two dogs and a cat I am always interested in how these animals are doing where I travel. Here are a few examples. 

Cape Town South Africa Area: Sevilla Rock Art

Portals and KM

This is the nineteenth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. The Sevilla Rock Art area is accessed through the Traveller’s rest 34 km from Clanwilliam 240 km north of Cape Town. The art was created by the San several centuries ago.

Cape Town South Africa Area: Lambert’s Bay

Portals and KM

This is the eighteenth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. Lamberts Bay is known for its long stretches of uninterrupted white beaches and abundant marine life which gathers in the cool blue waters.

Cape Town South Africa Area: Constantia Wine Region

Portals and KM

This is the tenth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. Located not far from the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is the Constantia wine region. It is the closet wine country to Cape Town.

Cape Town South Africa Area: Franschhoek Wine Region: Part One – Town and Hills

Portals and KM

It considers itself the culinary capital of South Africa and the food is very good and reasonable. This is the thirteenth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region.

Guest Post: Adejare Amoo on an Industrialist’s Role in eLearning in Africa

Nancy White

Nancy’s Note: In June I was lucky to help facilitate a couple of events for UN University at eLearning Africa in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Adejare’s role was to illuminate how business can be part of innovating in eLearning in Africa.

Cape Town South Africa Area: Franschhoek Wine Region: Part Three – More Wineries

Portals and KM

This is the fifteenth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. The Franschhoek wine region is east of Cape Town and was settled by French Huguenots over 300 years ago and retains a French influence. I covered some wineries in my last post.

Cape Town South Africa Area: Franschhoek Wine Region: Part Two – Wineries

Portals and KM

This is the fourteenth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. The Franschhoek wine region is east of Cape Town and was settled by French Huguenots over 300 years ago and retains a French influence. I covered the town and the surrounding hills in my last post.

The energy of "jump-out-of-bedness" [Flickr]

Nancy White

africa tanzania daressalaam networks ngf ela11 graphicfaciitationChoconancy1 posted a photo: we talked about something so important,, so useful, so energizing, it makes us want to jump out of bed in the morning and engage!

Photos of Cape Town South Africa Area: Simon’s Town and Fish Hoek

Portals and KM

This is the twelfth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. Simon’s Town is on the same peninsula as the Cape of Good Hope. Boulder’s Beach in Simon’s Town is an excellent spot to see the African Penguin. Fisk Hoek has colorful beach huts and another good beach.                               

Cape Town South Africa: Waterfront

Portals and KM

This is the sixth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. This post covers the Victoria and Albert Waterfront area. It was redeveloped not long along into shops and restaurants and is a mostly tourist area adjunct to the working port. 

Cape Town South Africa: Robben Island

Portals and KM

 It is quite a contrast to the Waterfront but South Africa is a country of many contrasts.  This is the fifth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region.

Cape Town South Africa Area: Wupperthal

Portals and KM

This is the twentieth in a series of posts covering Cape Town and the surrounding Western Cape region. Wupperthal has been a Moravian mission station since 1965. It is located near Clanwillima several hours north of Cape Town. The name derives from the Wupper River in Germany.

Technologies for a farming community in Africa

Learning Alliances

A lot of stories about innovation in Africa were floating around my head from the special report on telecoms in emerging markets in the September 24th 2009 issue of The Economist: Mobile marvels ).

Technologies for a farming community in Africa

Digital Habitats

A lot of stories about innovation in Africa were floating around my head from the special report on telecoms in emerging markets in the September 24th 2009 issue of The Economist: Mobile marvels ).

Graphic Capture of Some IST Africa Sessions

Nancy White

Choconancy1 posted a photo: Tags: southafrica durban ngf graphicrecording istafrica istafricasessiongraphics

Graphic Capture of Some IST Africa Sessions

Nancy White

Choconancy1 posted a photo: Tags: southafrica durban ngf graphicrecording istafrica istafricasessiongraphics

Graphic Capture of Some IST Africa Sessions

Nancy White

Choconancy1 posted a photo: Tags: southafrica durban ngf graphicrecording istafrica istafricasessiongraphics

Cape Town South Africa: City Bowl Part One

Portals and KM

Cape Town South Africa has one of the most beautiful settings of any city in the world. To the left you can see the city outline and Table Mountain above it from Robben Island. I had the pleasure of spending time there in November and December 2010.

Painting of Prawns and Chips

Portals and KM

Here is a 24" x 30" acrylic painting from my recent trip to South Africa. It is an order of prawns and chips (fries) at a wonderful seaside restaurant in  Hermanus, South Africa, near Cape Town.  It has been a while since I have had time to complete a painting.

Into Africa

Chris Corrigan

I have never been to Africa before, not even close. It is a strange thing to fly over Africa at night. For the first time since 1978 I stepped today onto a new continent. Today after travelling thirty hours from almost exactly half way around the world, I arrived in Johannesburg, on a hazy and warm summer morning. As we winged south and east from New York a little more than half way into our flight we skirted the west coast of Senegal, The Gambia and Guinea-Bissau.

New ways of learning about the new Africa- an online interactive learning trajectory

Joitske Hulsebosch

An interactive online learning trajectory for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs A blogpost written in collaboration with Charlotte Staats, Sibrenne Wagenaar and Robert Dijksterhuis When you think about Africa do you think about lions , hunger , poverty and war ?

Painting of Prawns and Chips at a Cafe in Cape Town South Africa

Portals and KM

Here is a 20" x 24" acrylic painting of a prawns and chips (fries) at an outdoor cafe based on a trip I took to Cape Town in 2010. I  I now an artist with the  Arts Council of New Orleans  and particpate in their  monthy art market.

Random thoughts about South Africa

Chris Corrigan

The museum really traces the history of apartheid from 1948 until the Constitution was completed in 1996, with a post script about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and modern day South Africa. There is a whol gallery focused on the violence of the early 1990s that almost took South Africa to the point of no return. The boss says “crime is the fastest growing industry in the new South Africa&# to which our hero replies that actually private security is.

Painting of Prawns and Chips - work in progress

Portals and KM

It is an order of prawns and chips (fries) at a wonderful seaside restaurant in Hermanus, South Africa, near Cape Town.  It has been a while since I have had time to complete a painting. So here is the one I am working on.

Connected, Distracted, and Waving

Nancy White

It is 6am in Cape Town, South Africa, where I am typing in the dark, with the glow of my little laptop, preparing for two workshops today at the University of Cape Town. Tags: events Africa

Practical examples: Interview with Bill Williams on ILO/CIARIS experiences in lusophone Africa

Joitske Hulsebosch

I did an interview with Bill Williams (ESTBarreiro, Setubal Polytechnic, Portugal) who talked about linking participants from courses run by ILO/CIARIS for Portugese speaking practioners in Africa working on combating social exclusion in a guest blogpost.