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The Official Second Hand Market @The Novalis Ubuntu Institute


Official Second Hand Market at Novalis

The Official Second Hand Market – Last Saturday of each month:
22nd April,     27th May,     24th June,     29th July,     26th Aug,     30th Sep,     28th Oct,     25th Nov,     16th Dec

The biggest Second Hand Market in Cape Town – with over 100 stalls. These stalls are constantly changing as people detox their homes and de-clutter their cupboards. Items on sale range from clothes, shoes and jewelry to music and household items. A few stalls with new items include – jewelry, gemstones and hand made clothes. Food is plentiful for the hungry with a peaceful garden seating area to rest tired feet and take time out from shopping. (Please not that Novalis IS NOT the organiser of the markets, Laura is –

This market encourages entrepreneurship, growth of local businesses and recycling of items. In keeping with the recycling theme of the market we encourage people to carpool, bring their own shopping bags and even your own plate / container for food. The recycling of trash is encouraged and “leave no trace” is practiced at the end of the market day. There is no ATM at the venue and few traders with card machines, so please bring cash (there is an ATM at the BP service station just down the road).

Bring your aunties, family, friends and colleagues and make a fun afternoon of it.

Gates Open to the public at 11:30 – R10 Adults & R5 for kids under 11 years.

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See the Facebook page for updates

Stalls Available:
There are 110 stalls available. Stalls run out quickly so, if you are interested in trading, make sure you book early to avoid disappointment!
R180 Regular stall
Limited regular food stalls R240
R300 Gazebo stall ( Bring your own Gazebo)
Trestle Hire (Optional) R65

Please email ASAP to avoid disappointment if you are interested in a stall.
Confirmation of stall bookings come with payment .
Anything LEGAL, New or second hand may be sold.

The Second Hand Story:
The Second Hand Group  started as a Facebook group in 2012 and has grown exceptional since then. Its premise is “one mans trash is another’s treasure”. In 2013 the first Market was held.


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