Will the Western Cape side kick some Kiwi behind to secure a win at home?
Two decades ago South Africans from all backgrounds, creeds and races lined up at voting stations across the country to make their mark on a ballot in the country’s very first democratic general elections on Wednesday, 27 April 1994.
Deemed Freedom Day by the new South African government, this defining moment is now celebrated by residents of all walks of life each year.
In 2014, the public holiday falls on a Sunday, which means that Monday, 28 April 2014 is a day off. In short, there’s no excuse not to observe this turning point in our country’s history with great events happening in the Mother City.
2014 THINGS TO DO FOR THE FREEDOM DAY WEEKEND IN CAPE TOWN
Big Week, Small Breweries at Wembley Tap (28 April – 2 May)
A five-day celebration of South Africa’s burgeoning craft