Cape Town in the news:
- Water problems remain unsolved: 블룸버그 통신 등은 이날 전문가들의 말을 빌려 “신종 코로나바이러스 감염증(코로19) 사태 대응을 위해 도널드 트럼프 행정부가 마련한 슈퍼 경기부양책(2조달러안팍)에 대한 여야간 협상이 마무리 단계에 접어들었다는 소식에 주가가 가파르게 올랐다”고 전했다. 여기에다 제롬 파월 연방준비제도(Fed) 의장이 통화정책 …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- TB in children: Important research being done in Cape Town: Medicines that taste like strawberries or mangos, cutting-edge trials on preventing TB in kids, measuring how children’s bodies take up TB medicines – this World TB Day feature highlights the work …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- 10 Seemingly Safe Vacation Destinations That Are Actually Dangerous: In 2018, South Africa experienced a staggering 30 murders per 100,000 citizens. Cape Town led the way in the number of gang murders with the police recording over 2,800 murders in that year alone.: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Africa cases over 2,000 as South Africa rushes into lockdown: Customers started behaving oddly about a week ago, visibly dejected street vendor Frank Mojapelo said. Some were wary to exchange cash. Some backed away, or refused to touch him. Now, an unprecedented …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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Quick Cape Town Fact: The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway is nearly a century old? Before then, the only way up the mountain was by foot and only the most adventurous—or foolhardy—had been to its summit. On 4 October 1929, after two years of difficult and dangerous work, the first Cable Car chugged its way to the top filled with excited and probably very nervous visitors. It’s been upgraded a number of times since, and today the trip to the top is smooth sailing.