• SA scores its first-ever acoustic recording of a killer whale

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    SA scores first-ever acoustic recording of killer whale near Fish Hoek

    The Simon’s Town Boat Company and Sea Search had an exciting day of science and discovery on Tuesday morning , when...
    Medical community mourns loss of Professor Johan Dempers

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    Medical community mourns loss of Professor Johan Dempers

    The staff of Tygerberg Hospital are mourning the loss of Professor Johan Dempers, the Head of Forensic Pathology at the hospital. Dempers...
    Weather warnings issued for parts of SA following Storm Eloise

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    Weather warnings issued for parts of SA following Storm Eloise

    Storm Eloise made landfall in Beira, Mozambique on Saturday, January 23 and has left an extensive trail of destruction along its path...

    Coronavirus outbreak

    Western Cape’s COVID-19 cases decline by more than 50% in two weeks

    The number of active COVID-19 cases in the Western Cape has declined by more than 50% over the past two weeks, dropping...
    Metro Police clash with suspect after he drives through red light

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    Metro Police clash with suspect after he drives through red light

    A video has been circulating on social media showing a shootout between City of Cape Town Metro Police Officers and a suspect...
    Extreme swimmer Ryan Stramrood nominated for international award

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    Extreme swimmer Ryan Stramrood nominated for international award

    Well-known extreme swimmer and inspirational speaker Ryan Stramrood has been nominated for the prestigious World Open Water Swimming Association (WOWSA) ‘Man of...
    Indian court rules groping over clothes is not sexual assualt

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    Indian court rules groping over clothes is not sexual assault

    Many in India were left outraged after the Bombay High Court recently ruled that groping a child without removing their clothing does...
    How level 3 lockdown has impacted the Cape's tourism sector

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    How level 3 lockdown has impacted the Cape’s tourism sector

    Data from the tourism industry in December unsurprisingly reflects a sector that has been hammered by the COVID-19 pandemic and the related...