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August 1, 2019

Singita launches journey for SA to Antarctica

Singita has partnered with White Desert Antarctica and One&Only to offer guests a series of unique encounters with wildlife in a 12-day itinerary commencing on November 12.

Starting in the Kruger National Park, guests will stay four nights at either Singita Lebombo or Sweni Lodge. The remote location of these lodges, overlooking rivers filled with hippo and crocodile, allows guests to immerse themselves in the bush setting. Two daily game drives are offered, with sightings of elephant, giraffe, zebra, lion, leopard and cheetah, along with birdlife, cats and other plains game.

The next stop is Cape Town, where guests will spend two nights at the One&Only, before [...]

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July 26, 2019

Local film ‘Moffie’ to make world premiere at 76th Venice Film Festival

Local film ‘Moffie’ to make world premiere at 76th Venice Film Festival

Local film “Moffie”, will have its world premiere in the official selection of the 76th Venice Film Festival which starts on August 28, 2019.

“Moffie”  was made in association with Hermanus’ Cape Town-based Penzance Films with the support of the Department of Trade and Industry South Africa.

This is the second film by Hermanus and only the fourth South African film to receive an official invitation to Venice in the 76 years of the festival. Hermanus’ previous film The Endless River (2015) was the first South African film to compete for the Golden [...]

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July 23, 2019

#EveryDropCounts: Cape dam levels rise with province at 49%, City at 63%

Cape Town – The average dam level in the Western Cape continues to increase as extreme weather moves in across the province this week.

The latest average level for dams across the province is 49.6% (2018: 50%). The City of Cape Town’s dams have reached an average level of 63.8% full (2018: 56%).

The MEC for Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning, Anton Bredell, says citizens across the province can expect a few days of very bad weather as the winter will arrive in full force this week.

“The Western Cape Disaster Management Centre has been alerted by the South African Weather Service that adverse weather conditions are expected from [...]

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July 19, 2019

A Zimbabwean nurse travelled from Cape Town to Cairo by road enduring visa delays, internet blackouts and revolutionary protests all for the love of football.

Alvin “Aluvah” Zhakata had intended to make it to Egypt for the opening match of the Africa Cup of Nations on 21 June, when Zimbabwe’s Warriors took on the hosts.

But he missed the match because his epic journey took much longer than expected.

Yet thanks to those following his adventures on Twitter, he has now become a celebrity – and the African football boss has presented him with a ticket to this Friday’s final between Algeria and Senegal.

‘Africa is not friendly [...]
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