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    Cape can expect a drought every 15 years

    The recent drought in the Western Cape, which Cape Town is expected to recover from over the next several years, left major...

    Best of the Cape

    Small-town escapes in the Cape

    The school holidays are here, giving locals with children the perfect excuse to plan a break with the little ones (not say...

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    More than 400 Western Cape police on strike

    Minister of Police, Bheki Cele, has asked the Minister of Health to intervene, as doctors in the Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal may...

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    11.5-million clams wash ashore on Robberg Beach

    An estimated 11.5-million clams washed up on Robberg Beach in Plettenberg Bay recently, covering 5 875 square metres of sand. The Nature...

    Entertainment

    Say ‘thank you’ to an unsung hero

    There are many people in our lives and communities who do an immeasurable amount of good deeds on a daily basis, and...

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    Public outcry over Sea Point 18-storey building

    Sea Point residents are up in arms after the City of Cape Town Municipal Planning Tribunal approved the construction of a 18-storey...

    Food and Drink

    WATCH: Cocktail magic with Cape Town Gin Co

    We’re keeping summer alive with fresh strawberries and the zing of Cape Town Gin Co’s grapefruit gin. Here’s how to make this...

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    Stage 4 load shedding continues

    Residents will once again be dining by candlelight as Eskom has announced that Stage 4 rotational load shedding will be in place...