Lights go on at Cape Town’s new Green Point Stadium

Take a look at these stunning pictures of Cape Town’s brand new stadium. The city’s newest landmark, Green Point stadium, is being purpose built as a host venue for the upcoming FIFA 2010 World Cup.  Hosting eight games from June 11, the stadium will have a capacity of 68,000. So if you … Read more

EC student joins Yankees

When Colombian softballer, Juliana Forero Becera, came to EC Cape Town for one year to learn English, she contacted local team Westridge Yankees searching for a club to play with during her time at EC.  Julliana, who represents Colombia at international level, has been signed by the Yankees and will … Read more

Teacher Testimonial – Danica Steyn

EC Cape Town is conveniently located in the heart of the city, with beautiful Table Mountain as the backdrop; it is a pulsating and professional school with animated colleagues and students from all over the world. I’ve been working here for eight months and it’s been both gruelling and very excitin … Read more

Birthday Celebrations

EC Cape Town recently celebrated its birthday.  The festivities included a braai which is the word used in South Africa for a barbecue and plenty of time out in the sun with family and friends. For a short time learning English was put on the back burner while eating and drinking in true South Afric … Read more

World Cup – Learn English in Cape Town

Under a year to go until the FIFA World Cup in South Africa and the stadiums are looking great! Cape Town’s spectacular Green Point Stadium is close to being completed.  It’ll be the jewel in the crown of host stadiums. The first of the 8 games held in Cape Town is on 11 June, 2010. If y … Read more

Miss Cape Point

Last week end a group of students visited Cape Point – at the tip of Africa and took some photos of their day. They were surprised to come across Miss Cape Point who was relaxing in the sun and possibly learning English?? See for yourselves!!