An evening of fine dining and vibrant conversation

There are few cities in the world that can offer as many stunning venue's and such a wide variety of food styles to impress and delight as our very own Mother City.

At CapeTalk we love being able to enjoy that hospitality and look forward to every occasion to spend time with listeners reflecting on the subjects we cover on air as well as celebrating what has been achieved while still looking to see how best to address the issues that remain.

Dinner Talk is an intimate opportunity to spend an evening with the likes of Africa Melane, John Maytham, Pippa Hudson and Kieno Kammies.

We look forward to you joining us for the next one.

Thank you for such a wonderful evening: the surroundings, the company, the food and wine and the new friendships.

Jan Unsworth

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