Cape Town in the news:
- End the Russian roulette on the roads!: Three of the victims have been named as I write these lines: Hayley Sevitz Varenberg, 35, an English teacher from Jerusalem who made aliyah from Cape Town, South Africa, married a popular tour guide …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- England pleased after first day’s play in South Africa, says Sam Curran: Sam Curran was happy after day one of the first Test in South Africa, with Stuart Broad and Jofra Archer making it through injury-free …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Smith blocks out boos in MCG test: The jeers were no doubt linked to Smith’s 12-month ban at the hands of Cricket Australia for his role in the ball-tampering affair in the Cape Town test against South Africa in March 2018. Smith was …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Ari Behn, Norwegian royalty and Kevin Spacey accuser, dies on Christmas Day: Cape Town – The author and ex-husband of Princess Martha Louise of Norway, Ari Behn, has died. “It’s with great sorrow in our hearts that we, those closest to Ari Behn, must report that he took his …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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Quick Cape Town Fact: Many years ago the whole of Camps Bay was originally owned by one man – John Lodewyk Wernich. The land was passed down to his son Johan Wernich who married a lady called Anna Koekemoer who inherited the whole estate on his death in 1778. Anna subsequently married a sailor called Frederick Ernst von Kamptz and the area became known as “Die Baai van von Kamptz” which translates to Camps Bay as we know it today.