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Green News June 23, 2020
Two Oceans Aquarium Education Foundation isiXhosa Course Learn everyday siXhosa at the isiXhosa Course offered by Two Oceans Aquarium Education Foundation in the comfort of your own home. "South Africa has been famously referred to as the rainbow nation because it is made up of so many diverse cultures and religions....
Litterboom
Green News Updated June 19, 2020
The model of collaboration between the Litterboom Project, the Pristine Earth Collective, and Vukuzenzele Recycling is showing great potential for improving the health of the city’s rivers. In the context of developing countries such as South Africa, restoring and maintaining healthy urban waterways is especially challenging. Removing litter once it has entered these waterways is very...
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Green News June 18, 2020
On Nelson Mandela Day, the 8th of July, scarves will be distributed at sites around the country for people to take, the handmade scarves are made with love and care to keep people warm in this icy cold. The world is a different place and as we start to leave our homes to cast out into unchartered waters to...
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Green News Updated June 17, 2020
The Newlands Spring and Bradwell Spring reopened to the public on Monday 15 June 2020. Residents who visit these sites are asked to please take note of the new health and safety protocols in effect. The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation department has received clearance from City Health and Law Enforcement to open...
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Green News Updated June 15, 2020
Grappling with racial inequality - Can South Africa show the way? GOOD HOPE a new documentary, provides the focus for an online panel discussion about life in post-apartheid South Africa. This promises to be a lively event with audience participation, in a country that has been dealing with these issues for centuries. The...
MyCiti
Green News June 15, 2020
‘We are grateful to be able to give MyCiTi commuters much needed financial relief come 1 July 2020. With the reduction in MyCiTi fares for the new financial year, MyCiTi commuters will travel for less while we are bracing for the financial impact of COVID-19. The reduction is possible due to fuel prices dropping significantly due to the impact...
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Green News June 13, 2020
The Amy Foundation - formerly the Amy Biehl Foundation - in the Western Cape, South Africa, is a non-profit organisation that offers programmes to develop and empower youngsters aged 5 - 35 yrs from challenging and vunerable communities. With the Amy Duvet Project just R200 can make a difference to keep a child warm this winter!...
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Green News June 11, 2020
Enjoy Netflix's latest blockbuster series, Queen Sono and support the excellent organisation South African Education and Environment Project. SAEP provides academic, life skills, and psycho-social support programmes. More recently, as a result of lockdown measures closing schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many children and young people have been deprived of two meals a day at school,...
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Green News Updated June 08, 2020
Cape Town has recently been named one of the world’s most eco-friendly travel destinations in a Tourlane survey. While many parts of the world have been in lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic, some are now recovering well enough to ease travel restrictions. If you’re planning a future getaway, look no further...
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Green News Updated June 05, 2020
The Cape Town Green Map is an interactive and informative online resource which provides Capetonians and tourists with information about how to live, work and play in a manner that reduces their impact on the environment. The online tool was brought to life through a public-private partnership between the City and Mapmyway and supports the City’s vision of a...
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Green News Updated June 04, 2020
Dams supplying the Cape metro have increased by 2,1% over the past week (25 May – 31 May 2020) to 55,1% of total capacity. Water consumption was at 647 million litres per day for the same period. This is down by 29 million litres per day since the last update two weeks ago, when it stood...
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Green News June 01, 2020
Cape Town Virtual Energy Festival shows households how to use less, reduce costs and live sustainably . Cape Town households are encouraged to take part in a range of virtual events over the coming weeks and months aimed at helping you save money and create more sustainable lifestyles. The events are part of the Cape Town...
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