Cape Town in the news:
- Free learning sessions with iStore Meets – here’s my top picks: But for clarity: The sessions are free. You simply need to book a session. The sessions will be hosted in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. Sessions include topics such as photography, music, health …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Prominent Constantia family member to appear today in SA’s oldest sexual abuse case: Cape Town – “I have had years of therapy, counselling and psychologist visits simply to be able to survive. My entire adult life has been punctuated by emotional, psychological and nervous disorders.” …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Amidst “record-breaking” production, US government shows appetite to develop industrial dialogue with Africa on LNG: As part of this mission, Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, Steven Winberg, will join 22 Pan-African ministers at the Africa Oil Week summit in Cape Town this November. He will use the event to …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- S.Africa’s show of force in Cape Town ganglands brings little relief: Situated on the southeastern outskirts of the touristic city of Cape Town, the Cape Flats area comprises multiple townships where blacks and people of mixed race were condemned to live by the …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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Quick Cape Town Fact: Signal Hill stands proudly overlooking the city of Cape Town but why is it called Signal Hill? Well its elevated position was perfect for a lookout to be posted and to watch for ships approaching the harbour. Long ago it was the duty of this permanently stationed signalman to let the castle know when he could see a ship approaching. He did this by means of a flag system and by firing a cannon shot. Once the ship was close enough and if the signal man had identified it as hostile then he raised a red flag which raised the alarm for men to go to the harbour to defend against an attack.