Cape Town in the news:
- Why Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Can’t Leave UK And Abandon Royal Family: In the couple’s ITV documentary, “Meghan & Harry: An African Journey,” the Duke of Sussex told journalist Tom Bradby that he would like to move his family to Cape Town, but doesn’t believe relocating …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Cape Town: Changing status of once-lawless district offers residents hope: The view of Table Mountain from Bonteheuwel is as good as any in Cape Town if you look past the dumped mattresses, litter and scorched cars. Few can recall such a time of peace in the township since …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- How selfie help reveal pikin wey ‘nurse tiff’ for 1997: For January 2015, one 17 year old girl for Zwaanswyk High School for Cape Town, Miché Solomon meet one new student wey dey three years younger dan her but resemble her like say dem be twins. Miché tok …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Anger and fear as Home Affairs officials raid Mthatha churches: In Cape Town, despite an order by the Supreme Court of Appeal to open its Cape Town Refugee Reception Office by the end of March 2018, the department has still not done so. In an answer to a …: “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.