The 7th Artscape Women and Humanity Arts Festival is titled Against All Odds, and celebrates women and people with disabilities through the arts.
The 7th Artscape Women and Humanity Arts Festival is titled Against All Odds, and celebrates women and people with disabilities through the arts with panel discussions, workshops, exhibitions, concerts, and performances.
On 3 August 2013, MyCiTi is introducing a new distance-based fare system, with several options for saving money.
Until now, MyCiTi has had a “flat fare” system with set fares charged on routes, whether you were travelling the whole way or for just a few stops.
A new distance-based fare system has now been implemented that will calculate your fare from where you first tap in, when entering a MyCiTi bus or station, to where you tap out at your final destination.
A number of the Marine and Environmental Law Enforcement Unit officers were awarded competency certificates in a range of disciplines at a function in Ndabeni recently.
The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee Member for Safety and Security, Alderman J.P. Smith, yesterday handed over certificates for firearm and rifle handling, lifesaving, and skippers competency to officers who have undergone several months of rigorous training at Law Enforcement’s Ndabeni training facility.
The furniture design competition, in its 6th year, has evolved from a Western Cape Competition to a National Competition under the brand name "JigSaw".
As the name suggests, it denotes the working together and synchronization of cross cultural design talents in South Africa with the aim to nurture and promote South African design talents and match them with the right manufacturers and target market, in order to invigorate the local furniture industry.
The hippo that was roaming within the False Bay Nature Reserve has been relocated to a new home near Mossel Bay.
On Friday 19 July 2013, staff from the City of Cape Town’s Environmental Resource Management Department successfully captured and translocated a young male hippopotamus from the False Bay Nature Reserve. It was successfully released into Gondwana Game Reserve near Mossel Bay.
While the real risk of an encounter with a large shark while swimming at the beach is statistically insignificant, and the chances of that same shark actually trying to eat a swimmer even more so.
It is the perception of the danger that drives people’s reactions to choosing a weekend or holiday destination. This is why tourism to Fish Hoek beach has dropped dramatically following three incidents over an eight-year period. Local businesses are suffering a severe decline in revenue, especially water based business such as the Surfski School, which teaches people how to paddle.