Madagascar by Eva Razafinarivo

Madagascar by Eva Razafinarivo Between 2009 and 2013, Madagascar was in a period of political transition. It all started with a coup d’etat that allowed the former mayor of Antananarivo (capital of Madagascar) to be President of a transitional government. During this period, all the internatio … Read more

Pronunciation July 2014

EC Cape Town offers free academic activities and services to all students. During these activities students are able to enhance their English skills by interacting with teachers and students at all levels one on one and in group settings. Among the free activities is our weekly Pronunciation Worksho … Read more

Feedback from EC Cape Town Intern: Vera Soons

Our interns have always been very hardworking and highly motivated, we love getting feedback from them and we equally love sharing their #ecexperiences! The interns develop a great bond with students and staff, especially with students as they always joining them on fun activities and assisting them … Read more

EC Cape Town: World Cup Update 2014

The Fifa World Cup has had the whole world sitting at the edges of their seats, with nail biting drama to brilliant wins we simply had no choice but to give a follow up on the fixtures of the latest match! Netherlands vs Mexico, what an excellent game played, and even more so if you are a Netherland … Read more

Fun learning English at EC Cape Town

Teacher Adele’s High intermediate class had some fun learning English over coffee and Hot chocolate. We at EC Cape Town, South Africa’s English school, know how icy the Cape Town Winter days can get, so we always go the extra mile to ensure that our students are comfy and warm at all tim … Read more