Cape Town is gearing up for one of the biggest events in the CBD, the annual Festive Lights Switch-On at the Grand Parade. The flagship event attracts an estimated 80 000+ people each year. Before the lights are switched on at 8:30 pm, there is a free concert featuring a[…]
Thousands of Capetonians will flock to the CBD over the next few days for the Cape Malay Choirs Parade and the Cape Town Street Parade. With most of the city expected to be congested, residents and motorists are advised to take note of the temporary road closures that will be[…]
Roads around Dunoon in Cape Town were closed on Tuesday morning as protests continued in the informal settlement. It was the second day of closures as roads were closed on Monday morning because of the protests‚ which began the night before and left foreign shop owners’ businesses looted and damaged.[…]
Months of preparation are about to culminate into the moment of greatness that is the Two Oceans Marathon. This year the theme of the marathon is ‘Run as One’ and some 27 000 runners will be taking part in what is described as the world’s most scenic race. Cape Town[…]
Badroeniesa May is such a huge fan of Cape Town’s famous Cape Malay Choir nagtroepe (night troupes) that she has already spent a night on Darling Street to book a prime viewing spot for the event which starts on Wednesday night. “It was fine, there were some people going home[…]
The Cape Town city centre is expected to attract throngs of people for the highly anticipated Malay Choirs Parade on Wednesday and Thursday. The City of Cape Town is expecting tens of thousands of people and on Tuesday cautioned residents that it would be implementing temporary road closures for Wednesday[…]
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