Cape Town in the news:
- Comitis makes Mayambela decision: Cape Town City chairman John Comitis has made a decision on whether to sign winger Mark Mayambela. Mayambela had been training with City and impressed head coach Benni McCarthy, who was keen to sign …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Athlone man fined R10,000 for forcing 3 men into slavery: CAPE TOWN – An elderly man has been fined for forcing three men into slavery in Athlone, Cape Town. Cosian Hendriks has been fined R10,000. If he doesn’t pay up, he has to serve two years in prison.: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- What to expect from the 2019 AfroFest: The 2019 AfroFest will be held at venues across Cape Town from 21 to 24 September 2019. The African culture festival aims to showcase the best indigenous African art, music, crafts and food culture in …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Cape Town’s dam levels remain stable: Cape Town – The water levels of dams supplying Cape Town stand at 81.7 percent, which is about 10 percent higher than at the comparative stage last year. The Berg River and Steenbras Lower dams are …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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Quick Cape Town Fact: One of the oldest traditions in Cape Town is still alive and well, startling visitors at precisely midday—every day. An old cannon at the top of Signal Hill is fired off, sending a resounding boom around the CBD. It was originally meant to announce approaching ships, to let traders know it was time to haul their wares down to the harbour. The gun has gone off since 1806, and a second gun is always prepared in case of a misfire. Rumour has it the gun only failed once in those two centuries—because a spider interfered with the remote signal.