Cape Town in the news:
- Nersa to hold public hearings on Eskom tariff hikes: Nersa’s nationwide hearings into Eskom’s 2018/19 regulatory clearing account application are scheduled to begin in Cape Town on February 3 and end in Midrand three weeks later. In its application, the …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Ship en route to fix Africa’s cable break, but it’s not over yet: The repairs required a ship to leave from Cape Town to travel to the cable break near Congo, and the good news is the vessel – the Leon Thevenin – is making progress. The ship left Friday with a full …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Sevens World Series leaders dumped out of Hamilton after double-upset: With one gold and one silver medal each after the tournament’s first two events in Dubai and Cape Town, the Hamilton Sevens was always likely to separate the two nations that have been the quickest …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Tech Thursday: Experiencing slow internet lately? This could be the reason: To make matters worse, the Leon Thevenin repair ship that is meant to fix the undersea cables, was stuck at Cape Town harbour due to strong winds. This means the slow internet connection problem will …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
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Quick Cape Town Fact: The weather, dramatic scenery and great locations have made Cape Town a popular location for filmmakers. Just some of the films you might have seen on your TV or at the cinema include; Safe House (2012), Invictus (2009), Blood Diamond (2006), Lord of War (2005) and Ryans Daughter (1970). Two films, Safe House and Chronicle, made in 2012 were filmed entirely in Cape Town.