Cape Town in the news:
- A matter of opinion?: Then you can tell Manners what it felt like.” Neil Manthorp is a Cape Town-based senior journalist and broadcaster. Supriya Nair will be back next week.: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Zimbabwe facing silent genocide, doctors say: Senior doctors in Zimbabwe warned of a “silent genocide” in hospitals as they went on strike against “death trap” working conditions and the sacking of hundreds of protesting junior colleagues. The …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Water Wednesday: SA’s dam levels are still on the decline despite rainfall: The Vaal River System, consisting of 14 dams serving mainly Gauteng, Sasol and Eskom, is at a total of 88.7%. The Cape Town Dam System, consisting of six dams serving mainly the City of Cape Town, is …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Jade Clarke: I realised it wasn’t all about winning: “We’ve just had the World Cup on home soil and now have the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham to build up to in 2022. “Going to Cape Town and trying to beat South Africa at their home will be good …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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Quick Cape Town Fact: The weather, dramatic scenery and great locations have made Cape Town a popular location for filmmakers. Just some of the films you might have seen on your TV or at the cinema include; Safe House (2012), Invictus (2009), Blood Diamond (2006), Lord of War (2005) and Ryans Daughter (1970). Two films, Safe House and Chronicle, made in 2012 were filmed entirely in Cape Town.