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Green News Updated July 21, 2020
World’s Best Vineyards revealed the 50 best wine tourism destinations in the world in the first-ever virtual vineyard awards and Delaire Graff Estate is featured. The 2020 Top 50 vineyards represented 18 countries and included first-time winners from India, Bulgaria and Japan. So it's a special honour that Delaire Graff Estate in the Western Cape also...
Green News July 20, 2020
Dam levels, supplying the Cape Metro, increased by 4,5% over the past week (13 July – 19 July 2020) to 77,2% of total capacity. Consumption for the same period increased by 8 million litres per day to an average of 657 million litres per day, compared to 649 million litres per day the week before. ...
Green News Updated July 17, 2020
Cape Town’s pristine beaches and stunning parks will again feature in films and commercials currently being shot by film crews back in the Mother City, reports Alderman JP Smith, Mayoral Committee Member for Safety and Security, City of Cape Town This after the City’s Film Office was given the go...
Green News July 15, 2020
Following remarks made by President Cyril Ramaphosa during his address to the nation on Sunday night, he indicated that the long awaited amendments to the regulations had finally taken place, allowing for the opening of parks for physical exercise. Executive Mayor Dan Plato has welcomed the announcement and requested that city officials reopen all Cape Town...
Green News Updated July 10, 2020
Following an announcement by South Africa National Parks (SANParks) today, nature-lovers will once again be able to visit Cape of Good Hope for self-drive excursions during the day as of Wednesday, July 8. During the lockdown, SANParks CEO, Fundisile Mketeni says the time was used to prepare for welcoming guests once the go ahead was given....
Green News July 09, 2020
This year marks the launch of the fifth edition of the City’s Smart Living Handbook which comes with additional themes including water, waste, energy, environment and transport and heritage. The Smart Living Handbook was first launched on 1 November 2007, later updated in 2011. The handbook was developed to make sustainable and resilient living a reality...
Green News Updated July 03, 2020
The Two Oceans Aquarium Education Foundation is offering Ocean Fun-atics, a brand-new offering for young fans in Grades 1 to 3. Ocean Fun-atics is a series of live sessions that are filled with fun facts about marine animals. Marine Biobasics course is for anyone fro 16 years and older. Each day will feature a different topic,...
Green News July 03, 2020
Based at the City of Cape Town’s Helderberg Nature Reserve, a Volunteer Wildfire Services Team is assisting with the maintenance of trails in need of trimming after the reserve was closed in compliance with the National Lockdown regulations. There has been no staff on site, thus, no foot traffic for a long time and many of the trails...
Hippo successfully relocated to Mosselbaai
Green News Updated July 02, 2020
 The City of Cape Town’s Biodiversity Management branch recently successfully relocated a hippopotamus from the City’s False Bay Nature Reserve to a guest farm in Mossel Bay. The hippo was met with a pleasant surprise upon arriving at her new home.
Green News June 30, 2020
FREE Two Oceans Aquarium Webinars are scheduled for every Thursday in Plastic Free July, from 11h00 to 12h00. Here follows the information and invitation to participate in this series. Coming to a screen near you this Plastic Free July, the Two Oceans Aquarium and the Two Oceans Aquarium Education Foundation proudly present a series of free...
Green News June 26, 2020
Cape Town households are encouraged to take part in the Green Maker Mania and Watt’s in the Pot? events, which form part of the Cape Town Future Virtual Energy Festival that showcases innovative and cost-effective household solutions for energy use and a more sustainable way of living. The Virtual Energy Festival comprises a series of...
Green News June 24, 2020
The Big Issue #286 20 June – 19 July 2020 is available from your favourite vendor across the city. And here are some of the issues covered in The Big Issue #286.
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