Glassy Evernow – A place of interest to visit in Bo-Kaap

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We do hand-painted and hand-crafted gift items made by myself and family so it is completely locally made.
We also offer cooking demos where you are able to help cook your own traditional curry and roti, while dining socially within the local Bo-Kaap community.

Purple house Bo-Kaap, hand painted on a plate

Address: 95 Chiappini Street, Bo Kaap, Cape Town, 8001
Like us on Facebook: Glassy Evernow
Email: ebrahim.zbeida (@) gmail . com
Phone: 063 372 5463 and 060 793 8268

PS: We also antique items in our possession regarding the Bo-Kaap with its history along with an album that showcases Bo Kaap as it was before until the way of life is today, depicting the life of “Cape Malays” and why it is called the Cape Malays.
Thank you hope to hear from you soon


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Bo-Kaap – It’s official

Bo-Kaap is officially named as such with fixed boundaries!!

“The Minister of Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa has approved an application from the Bo-Kaap Civic and Ratepayers’ Association (BKCRA), publishing in the Government Gazette last week, that the entire area known as Schotschekloof would now become known as the Bo-Kaap.

The BKCRA had applied for the boundaries of the Bo-Kaap to extend from the quarry on Strand Street down to Buitengracht Street, to Carisbrook Street on the border with Tamboerskloof and up to Military Road on Signal Hill.

Previously, the Bo-Kaap area included three parts known as Schotschekloof, Stadzicht and Schoone Kloof – names of Dutch origin.”
Ref: iol.co.za

 


About Us

Bokaap.co.za began as an idea in 2003, it still remains as a passion project.

Bo-kaap ideas Start up in 2003
Bo-kaap ideas Start up in 2003

Here is a flashback to the original webpage!

Bokaap.co.za from 2003-2010
Bokaap.co.za from 2003-2010



136 Shortmarket Street, Bo Kaap

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This was our address, my parents rebuilt the house to it’s original facade, according to the then council’s record. Behind the house is car parking area for the local neighbourhood.