WordPress Cape Town

The official home of all things WordPress in Cape Town, South Africa. We host regular meetups and workshops as well as Cape Town's annual WordCamp. Follow us to stay up to date with community events and local WordPress news.

From The Blog

Charity Hackathon Recap: Video & Photos

Since we posted a wrap up post about the first do_action( ‘wordpress-charity-hackathon’ ), we have heard from a number of people all over the world who are interested in replicating the idea in their own cities. We will soon have a greater resource online that will assist people with getting their own do_action events going, […]

South African eCommerce Conference 2014 ticket giveaway!

eCommerce Conference 2014

The South African eCommerce Conference 2014 is, as the name suggests, a conference focussed on everything eCommerce related in South Africa. Designed to be an educational and inspiring event focussing on all aspects of eCommerce in relation to the local market, it is run annually to identify and give recognition to companies that show excellence operating in […]

WordPress Testimonials

Back in 2008 my obsession with one page websites left me restless as I couldn’t get enough inspiration online. I needed to do something about this and turned to WordPress to collect and showcase my finds in a “niche blog” called One Page Love. Fast forward to 2013 this site has become my main income and boasts over 4000 one pagers listed. I am now building WordPress themes and loving every second of it. The platform has allowed me to interact with complete strangers from all around the world and I’m truly grateful for that. Thank you Matt M and the inspiring team behind WordPress.

After being a strong advocate for custom built sites, I discovered WordPress 3.0 and my life as a developer changed completely. Now I work at one of the most awesome companies in the WordPress space (WooThemes) and I’m involved in organising local community events and WordCamps for Cape Town. The best part about it? I absolutely love what I do!

Been working with WordPress for about a year and a half, never looked back.