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Flocks of flamingos turn Plettenberg Bay pink during lockdown

Greater flamingos are painting areas of Plett pink, migrating to the seaside coastal town to nest and hatch a few chicks as the country...

Table Mountain cableway hiker service now open

The City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Opportunities and Asset Management, Alderman James Vos, welcomed the Table Mountain cableway hiker service, which will be...

NSRI Women Saving Lives on Women’s Day

Sunday, 9 August is celebrated as Women’s Day in South Africa but it is also duty day at the National Sea Rescue Institute’s (NSRI)...

City Nature Reserves home to more animal life than you think

A City of Cape Town intern completed a study on medium and large mammal conservation in the City of Cape Town reserves. This research...

South Africa’s Space Agency Partners with NASA to Fly to the Moon, Mars and Beyond

The South African National Space Agency (SANSA) has entered into a partnership with the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to host a...

UCT student’s smart UVC sanitiser has multi applications

University of Cape Town (UCT) electrical engineering student Rowyn Naidoo is finalising the design of an affordable, smart short-wavelength ultraviolet-C (UVC) light system that disinfects...

Discussions to be Held at the Africa Energy Indaba 2020

Prevalent topics with particular reference to Africa’s energy sphere, are set to form the core of discussions at the 12th Africa Energy Indaba to...

Green Economy a viable solution to the energy crisis

South Africa is in the early stage of this transition and the next five years are critical to demonstrate intention, ensure stability and gather...