Cape Town in the news:
- Crusaders accused of homophobic slur in Cape Town: THE Crusaders are defending star back George Bridge, who they say was their only player caught up in a Cape Town incident that has resulted in accusations of homophobic slurs. Allegations have been …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Is South Africa ripe for a climate change class action lawsuit?: When the Cape Town launch was postponed, Maverick Insider stepped in and relocated it to a secure location so that Pieter-Louis’ revelations could be heard by the public. If we’ve learnt one thing …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- ‘They were laughing at us’ – witness stands by friends’ allegations of homophobic slurs from Crusaders players: A man has come forward and is standing by his friend’s claims that several Crusaders players allegedly made homophobic slurs in Cape Town on Sunday. The allegations came to light after the Crusaders …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
- Crusaders star faces fresh allegations of inappropriate touching and spitting beer at woman in Cape Town: Accused Crusaders at the centre of the McDonald’s encounter named ‘I’m not sure about the intention’ – Rennie addresses Leo Cullen’s controversial remarks Crusaders and All Blacks first-five Richie Mo …: “Cape Town” – BingNews
Have you tried: Whale and Dolphin Watching in Algoa Bay?
Quick Cape Town Fact: The annual Cape Town Minstrel Carnival, also known by its Afrikaans name of Kaapse Klopse, is a large minstrel festival held annually on 2 January or “Tweede Nuwe Jaar”