Archives for May 2012

Four key infrastructure projects launched

Cape Town - The government is on target with regards to turning South Africa into a “huge construction site” with the launch this week of the fourth Strategic Infrastructure Projects (Sips) since February this year, President Jacob Zuma … [Read more...]

Zuma congratulates SKA team

Pretoria - President Jacob Zuma has congratulated the Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor and her team for winning the bid to host the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope. … [Read more...]

The Defaced Spear

  The Spear by the artist, Brett Murray, has certainly created a fair amount of ink space and public outcry as well as debate. … [Read more...]

Send Cape Town to Canberra

On Wednesday 23 May, Theatresports Cape Town will be raising funds to send three of their improvisers (Candice D’Arcy, Megan Furniss and Tandi Buchan) to Canberra for an international Improvisation festival. Special guests will be … [Read more...]

SA will look to Nigeria for oil

Cape Town - With the uncertainty over supply of oil from Iran, South Africa is looking to Nigeria to purchase its oil, the Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe said, following the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement with the Vice President … [Read more...]

Table View High play Namibia team

May 14, 2012. Table View High School 1stXV played a visiting school from Namibia, who were on tour in Cape Town…. The weather was chilly… it was a hard fought game, both teams played very well,but in the end it was the Namibians … [Read more...]

Transnet looks to create more jobs

Cape Town - Transnet is looking towards creating at least 200 000 jobs over the next six years, the Minister of Public Enterprises Malusi Gigaba said on Wednesday. … [Read more...]

Trawler runs aground

A Taiwanese trawler ran aground off Clifton on Saturday, 12th May, 2012. The salvage operation to tow the beached trawler back into the sea has been postponed for now. The trawler is 50m in length and due to the vessel being beached on a … [Read more...]

SA tap water remains world class

Cape Town - South Africa's drinking water is among the best in the world, and the country remains among a few in the world where water can still be consumed from the tap, the Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs Edna Molewa said on … [Read more...]

AfrikaBurn 2012

AfrikaBurn is a spectacular feast of visual, aural and sensory expressions created on the plains of the Tankwa Karoo by plus minus 6000 like minded people of all ages who come together to experience 6 days of pure bliss. It is a chance to … [Read more...]