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Donations pour in for Cape Town fire victims

READ: Cape Town fires | Authorities accused of ignoring warnings. Donations have been pouring in from various people, organizations and …

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Robben Island neglected, senior management salaries increase by 250%

The DA in the Western Cape has noted with deep concern reports of the mismanagement of funds and resources at the Robben Island Museum (RIM).

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5 highlights from Aaron Motsoaledi's briefing on refugees in Cape Town

They had occupied the Central Methodist Church in the Cape Town CBD in April last year, but some ended up on the streets due to infighting.

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Meet the Juliet Crew: Cape Town's all-female firefighting squad

Many of the women who make up the Juliet crew come from disadvantaged areas and backgrounds in Cape Town, which include Mfuleni, Macassar, …

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Data Science Vacancies at The City of Cape Town

The City of Cape Town promotes and applies the principles of employment equity. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The Data Science …

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Support local and feast on some fine dining

From award-winning top restaurants to local eateries, the Covid-19 pandemic has ravaged South African eating establishments. With many South Africans suffering in an uncertain economic landscape, many restaurants are trying to survive by rebranding, offering diversification and food deliveries. Thankfully, the XXL Edition of Restaurant Week South Africa has come at a great time. “Restaurant […]

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Cape Town residents evacuated from fire-threatened homes now allowed to return

CAPE TOWN – The City of Cape Town said that residents who had been evacuated because of the mountain fires could now return to their homes.

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City of Cape Town supports campaign to refurbish the Bellville clock tower

“Being Cape Town's second CBD, the City is focusing on the regeneration and revitalisation of this area. It is a long-term project that entails short-term …

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Ministerial residence gutted in Cape fire | SAnews

… residence owned by the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure in Newlands has been completely destroyed by the fire in Cape Town.

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Controversial R4bn River Club development gets conditional go-ahead from City

Cape Town – The City of Cape Town announced that the controversial R4 billion River Club Development has the go-ahead after being approved for …

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