Cape Town in the news:
- Dom Bess stakes long-term England claim after five-wicket haul: That is partly because his three efforts with the bat have yielded one run each – Bess bagging a pair in Cape Town and one in Port Elizabeth. Mainly, though, it’s because he has improved with the ball …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Bess’s spin web a lesson in modification: They didn’t deal with them particularly well, it must be said. South African batsmen have always been happier against pace than spin and they have been wary against Bess at both Cape Town and here, …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Dom Bess takes five wickets but weather and Quinton de Kock threaten to halt England victory march in South Africa: “Seeing how good Stokesy was in Cape Town,” said Bess. “It was just one of those days. It is good we were creating chances. “As long as we control the rate, get one of those two we are right in it.: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Madonsela pays tribute to ANC stalwart Ben Turok: The family had requested a private burial. The memorial service was in Cape Town. Madonsela called on the younger generation to pick up where Professor Turok left off. “Think about someone who was …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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