Cape Town in the news:
- Two arrested for Cape Town health centre theft and vandalism worth R800k: Two men were arrested in connection with a burglary and vandalism at Kensington Community Day Centre in Cape Town, which left the health facility only able to offer minimal services. Walk-in …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Ninety-year-old Buthelezi to return to parliament next week: So there is no surprise whatsoever that I am returning to Cape Town next week‚ to be sworn in as a member of parliament‚” he said on Monday. “Until the IFP holds its national elective conference‚ I am …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- SA’s Top Start-Ups To Compete For R10 Million In Investment Funding & Acceleration: the field will be narrowed down to the 10 best start-ups who will pitch their businesses in front of a panel of industry leaders at the 2019 SA Innovation Summit which is taking place in Cape Town …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- How Christo Wiese became the richest in SA, and how it all came crashing down: Christo Wiese was once the owner of a diamond mine, a wine farm and the most expensive house in Cape Town. The former chairperson of South Africa’s largest retailer and director of the Reserve Bank …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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Quick Cape Town Fact: Adderley Street, the iconic Cape Town street that is today famous for its flower and fruit-and-veg sellers, took its name from Mr Charles B. Adderley, who passionately protested against a plan by the British government to turn Cape Town into a convict colony.