Cape Town in the news:
- False Bay fish, snoek and hottentot, are full of contaminants – UWC study: Cape Town – The province’s favourite fish – snoek and hottentot – caught along the False Bay coast have been found to be contaminated by pharmaceutical products such as antibiotics, painkillers, …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- WATCH: Marawa all smiles post SuperSport axe: Cape Town – Despite being sacked by SuperSport in May, broadcasting giant Robert Marawa is taking in all the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations tournament action in Egypt. Last month the 46-year-old shared …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Pharmaceuticals, chemicals found in fish caught off Cape Town’s coast: Nedbank brings you a wrap of the day’s business news as well as insight into trends and expert advice on all things money-related. CapeTalk Music Survey Complete the survey, tell us which music you …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Grateful graduate gives UCT R18m to find new life-saving drugs: It’s more than 50 years since Neville Isdell graduated from the University of Cape Town (UCT), but he’s remained forever grateful. And on Thursday, UCT announced that the 76-year-old former chair and …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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Quick Cape Town Fact: Just outside of Cape Town, there is the oldest wine industry with one of the longest wine routes in the world. Route 62 runs for 850 kilometers and ends in Port Elizabeth. In 1685, the Governor of the Cape, Simon van der Stel, established the historic Groot Constantia Wine Estate. The very first Cape wines were produced in 1659.