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The Cape’s plant species are dying

A recent study reveals the Western Cape as one of the world’s largest hotspots for plant extinction. The study, published in a journal titled Nature Ecology and Evolution, focuses on plant extinction...

Weather warning issued for Cape

Locals are advised to be careful when leaving the house on Friday, June 21 as an intense cold front will hit the Western Cape in the morning. As predicted by the...

Cape dam levels on the rise

After a weekend of bountiful rain locals will be happy to know Cape Town’s water storage levels have increased significantly, pushing the overall storage level close to 50% again. As of today...

Snow to fall in the Cape tomorrow

The Western Cape will experience a drop in temperature across the province, which may result in snowfall due to a cold front which is currently moving in from the west. Snow Report...

Cape Wine industry reeling from drought

The farming community in the Winelands is experiencing the worst drought many can remember.   The Cape Messenger spoke to Gary Baumgarten, Managing Director of Anthonij Rupert Wyn, to get his perspective. CM: You say...


Nedbank’s R3.2m partnership with programme will support Cape Town entrepreneurs

The RLabs Innovation and Entrepreneurship Programme which was launched on Friday 21 June has been enabled by a R3 220 000 partnership with Nedbank. The...


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