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WWe hope you enjoyed last week's first episode of Gregg Wallace's tour of South Africa! In the second episode tonight, Gregg explores Cape Town and takes the cable car up to the top of Table Mountain. Fantastic work is done to conserve water on the mountain and Gregg finds out a little more while enjoying the breath-taking views across the city and coastline!

Gregg then hops on a 'Scootour' down Signal Hill ending up in Bo-Kaap, and after exploring the area's cobblestone streets, lined with its brightly painted houses, he's met by a local who gives him a cookery lesson in making one of the most well-known Cape Malay delicacies - koeksisters - a traditional doughnut which has been enjoyed throughout the city for hundreds of years.

After time in the city Gregg is on his way to the Cape Winelands town of Franschhoek, where he boards the famous Wine Tram and meets Jocelyn, who runs a recycling plant just outside the town. Jocelyn doesn't only help the environment through her recycling business, she's also created jobs within her local community. Gregg ends his time in the Cape Winelands, by visiting one of its most iconic wine estates - La Petite Ferme (which has also adopted water-saving and recycling techniques). Here he samples the vineyards' Viognier which is paired with one of the country's most traditional dishes - Bobotie!

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