Cape Town in the news:
- Helen Zille is closing her account on ‘hate-filled’ Twitter: Gallo Images Helen Zille (File) Helen Zille is saying goodbye to Twitter. Well, kind of. The former mayor of Cape Town, Premier of the Western Cape and leader of the DA announced her plans on Monday, …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Unpacking the Public Protector’s opposition to the scope of the Zondo Commission: Alleged looting. DM Cape Town South Africa FW de Klerk (L), Former State President of South Africa, is greeted by Thandi Modise (R), Speaker of the National Assembly of South Africa, arrives ahead of …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Untenable circumstances: SA judiciary under threat: Daily Maverick’s emails to the registrar of the High Court in Cape Town inquiring where the papers might be were met with silence. Phone calls too, to the registrar’s office, were not answered.: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Q & A: Sim Tours offers an alternative to the traditional youth football experience: In an exclusive sit-down interview with Goal, Sim Tours MD Rasthoem Simons discusses youth football challenges, the Sim Tour Eagles philosophy and the Atletico de Madrid Academy’s first residential …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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Quick Cape Town Fact: Signal Hill stands proudly overlooking the city of Cape Town but why is it called Signal Hill? Well its elevated position was perfect for a lookout to be posted and to watch for ships approaching the harbour. Long ago it was the duty of this permanently stationed signalman to let the castle know when he could see a ship approaching. He did this by means of a flag system and by firing a cannon shot. Once the ship was close enough and if the signal man had identified it as hostile then he raised a red flag which raised the alarm for men to go to the harbour to defend against an attack.