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Cableway and Table Mountain National Park host seniors for Mandela Day

In celebration of Mandela Day, the Cableway and the Table Mountain National Park treated a group of 34 senior women from Noncedo Seniors Club in Masiphumelele, Hout Bay, to a scenic outing on Monday, 18 July 2016.

Instagram Fridays: 5 cable car photos to admire

A photo of our cable cars is just a photo, right?

Cableway closes for annual maintenance

Table Mountain Cableway will be closed from Monday, 25 July to Sunday, 7 August 2016 for its scheduled annual maintenance.

Cableway hosts 2016 recruitment expo in Cape Town

The Cableway’s 2016 recruitment expo welcomed 857 potential seasonal team members.

Instagram Fridays: Table Mountain at sunset in winter

Table Mountain at sunset is a photographic moment any time of year, but even more so in winter.

Video: Watch a visitor enjoy his free Cableway birthday ticket!

One lucky visitor was YouTube user Adam Mitchell, who filmed his Cableway birthday experience.

Instagram Fridays: Table Mountain from all angles

No matter how you look at it, Table Mountain makes for extraordinary images. This week, our favourite Instagram posts show us the mountain from every possible angle.

Celebrations on Table Mountain

As they say, it takes all sorts to make a world, but we’re willing to bet that those who aren’t thrilled by the prospect of a celebration on Table Mountain are few and far between.

Investing in the community

We believe that every South African should get a chance to experience the view from the top of Table Mountain.

Instagram Fridays: 9 favourite snaps this week

This week’s instalment of Instagram Fridays features a wonderful mix of posts. (Image: @accesshpw)

Apply to join the Cableway team at our Recruitment Expo

We’re hiring seasonal staff, across several departments, to work at the Cableway during our busiest period – the summer months.

Lost and found at Table Mountain

We receive thousands of visitors every year and we do our best to ensure that they take great memories with them, but unfortunately some of our visitors forget to take their property with them!