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Cape businesses warned to be wary of new COVID-19 sanitising scam

The City of Cape Town is warning small businesses to be extra wary, as a new scam has emerged in which fraudsters are posing as COVID-19 ‘cleansing services’ and conning owners...

CapeNature reserves remain closed during Level 3

CapeNature and the Western Cape’s official Tourism, Trade and Investment Promotion Agency, Wesgro, have announced the popular nature reserves will remain closed during Level 3 restrictions. Locals are being encouraged to plan...

Cape tidal pools to receive eco-friendly cleaning

The City of Cape Town will soon begin employing more eco-friendly methods to clean the local tidal pools to conserve the wealth of marine biodiversity that exists within them. Local free diver...

Top 10 Wine Routes – Cape Winelands

With the hustle and bustle of every week, make sure you take a break over the weekend. Cape Town has so much more to offer than just Table Mountain. Plan your...

Cape-based fintech wins silver at international awards for removing SME funding barriers through mobile

This week, fintech company Retail Capital was awarded ‘Silver’ by the Global SME Finance Awards for its innovation in funding SMMEs – both formal and informal and that have a trading track record of three...

Cape hotel becomes world leader in green status

The Mother City’s very own Hotel Verde has become a world leader, achieving a 6-Star Green Star SA Existing Building Performance rating from the Green Building Council of South Africa (DBCSA). According...

Cape ice cream parlour named best in the world

Cape Town is on a roll, scooping up yet another international accolade with Unframed Ice Cream parlour ranking in at the number one spot out of 50 ice cream cafés worldwide. The...

Cape faces fire catastrophe as experts fear city’s worst fire season lies ahead

Experts have warned that climate change and the rise in temperatures will see Cape Town experience its worst fire season, with areas such as Constantia, Hout Bay and Newlands particularly at...

SA approves mining right for Orion, paving way for R4bn copper-zinc Cape project

The department of mineral resources and energy said on Thursday it had approved a mining right for Orion Minerals, paving the way for the development of a R4 billion copper-zinc project...

Cape film industry in the spotlight this First Thursday

September’s First Thursday event will highlight the emerging technology and skills in the Western Cape’s film industry. Those currently in the Western Cape film industry, students studying film and media, as well...

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Over R100-billion to be invested in data centres in South Africa 

By Larry Claasen Amazon Web Services (AWS) plans to invest R46-billion in Cape Town by 2029. THE setting up of hyperscale data centres in South Africa...

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