Cape Town in the news:
- S’African Airways Seeks More Time for Turn Around: Currently, the airline is restricted to flying only domestic shuttle routes between its hub in Johannesburg and Cape Town. South African Airways has been in financial peril for the last few months.: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Virus-Stricken African Currencies Are Set for Even More Pain: The government’s Eurobond yields have also soared to a point that suggests many investors are pricing in a default. A debt restructuring is almost inevitable if the government doesn’t negotiate a …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Illegal dumping site makes life unpleasant in Mfuleni: Residents of Esibaneni in Mfuleni, Cape Town, want the City of Cape Town to block access to an illegal dumping site near their houses. Buyiswa Dyani, who lives next to piles of rotting garbage, said …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- City of Cape Town gives an update regarding Law Enforcement operations during 21 day lockdown: A catch-all Primedia-powered portal proving it’s possible to stay home, stay safe, stay informed and stay entertained. Information about Covid-19 coronavirus Updates, interviews, and information about …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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Quick Cape Town Fact: Between 1880 and 1930 Muizenberg transformed itself from a ramshackle collection of shacks and farmhouses into the top holiday resort in South Africa. It grew so much in popularity that a wooden beach pavilion had to be built to provide changing room accommodation for the hundreds of holidaymakers. This pavilion was demolished in 1929 to make way for a new pavilion which included a theatre and tea-room. In 1913 nearly 100 small bathing huts lined the beach front but overtime some got into disrepair and were demolished. Today you can still find two rows of colourful bathing huts and such is their popularity that they even get used for the backdrop of fashion shoots.