Pro-surfer partners to #SaveOurBeachHuts

We are incredibly proud to partner with local pro-surfer Danielle Powis. As Beach Hut ambassador, Danielle will help us to preserve, protect and promote the legacy of our historical huts. Danielle will participate this year with the Surfing Team SA in the 2023 International Surfing Association World Surfing Games. She shares more about her dream as a Pro-surfer and why … Read More

Drink Beer for the Beach Huts

Capetonians and tourists will soon experience a special fundraiser event that will celebrate history, music, culture and people in aid of our iconic beach huts in Muizenberg. We are hosting an entertaining evening in collaboration with Noon Gun Brewery and Cape Portrait wines from Durbanville Hills, on Friday, 10 February 2023, from 17:00-22:00 at Muizenberg’s local brewery, Noon Gun, in … Read More

Beach Huts collab campaign

Calling all artists, partners, supporters and fans! Please help us to save the Beach Huts this year.  We’re inviting businesses and individuals to collab with a proudly South African brand and community initiative to preserve, protect and promote the Beach Huts.  There are many ways to get involved! We are looking for partners to help with their time and talents … Read More

Meet the Makers – Muizenberg upcycling champions

Meet the makers of our recycled Beach Hut Christmas trees, Anthony Cockcroft and Shafiek Solomons. This hands-on team is proud to be part of the Save the Beach Hut campaign since 2020 to restore the legacy of these iconic huts. Anthony and Shafiek reflect on how these huts have been part of their lives since childhood when they visited the … Read More

Celebrate Christmas Beach Hut style this year

Social entrepreneurs Anthony and Shafiek are the proud producers of these trendy trees made from 100% recycled Beach Hut wood. The Save Our Beach Hut campaign launched in 2020 to preserve, protect and promote Cape Town’s most iconic structures, has gained momentum.  The Save Our Beach Hut movement has created employment opportunities for locals Shafiek Solomons of Grassy Park and … Read More