From humble beginnings in 1988, when Transnet established the Victoria & Alfred (V&A) Waterfront at Cape Town’s then derelict harbour on the edge of the foreshore, the mixed-use precinct is today SA’s most-visited tourist destination.

By the first quarter of 2020, 26-million annual visitors had clocked in at the V&A — nearly 30% of them international tourists...

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