Cape Town in the news:
- Six die on Eastern Cape roads, bus accident partly closes N2: Provincial transport spokesperson Khuselwa Rantjie said 25 passengers had escaped unscathed. The bus was travelling from Durban to Cape Town. Rantjie said the injured co-driver had been taken to Mt …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Prasa puts up R100 000 reward for information on Cape train arsonists: Cape Town – The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) has appealed to the public to help confirm the identity of the four suspects captured on security cameras in the “act” of train arson at …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Probe finds 5 pupils were victims in Bishops Diocesan College ‘sex scandal’: CAPE TOWN – An independent investigation into sexual misconduct by a teacher at Bishops Diocesan College in Cape Town has found that at least five pupils were targeted. It emerged earlier this year …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Plans in place for new SA Schools Rugby Challenge: Cape Town – Plans are in place for a new competition featuring South Africa’s top rugby schools. It was revealed over the weekend that Garsfontein, Grey College, Monument, Paarl Boys’ High, Paarl …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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Quick Cape Town Fact: Legend has it that in the 1930’s a local Cape Town newspaper claimed that Cape Town was the only city in South Africa that could justly call itself a metropolis. The public took to this description and because the word metropolis is taken from the Greek derivative of meter or metros meaning mother and polis meaning city, the nickname of “Mother City” was born. Although some people joke everything in Cape Town goes at a slower pace compared to Johannesburg – everything takes nine months.