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Cape Town All Stars part ways with Kapoweza

Cape Town All Stars Football Club have confirmed the departure of the club’s Chief Executive Officer, Elasto Kapoweza, the two parties agreeing by mutual consent to end his contract with Igugu Lekapa. The former Zimbabwean international midfielder has asked that he be allowed to move back to Johannesburg to be …

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Western Province annouce teams for Youth Weeks

Western Province have announced their teams for the upcoming Youth Weeks in July. Nine age-group squads ranging from under-13 to under-18 will compete in their respective competitions. The wealth of young talent excites many at the union and it bodes well for the future of South African rugby. A glittering …

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Cape Town on high alert after flooding

The City of Cape Town’s Disaster Management Centre says it remains on high alert after flooding at the weekend. Some low-lying informal settlements have been affected by heavy rains across the Cape Peninsula. Non-governmental organisations are providing residents with hot meals, blankets and food parcels. “We have reports of flooding …

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Super computer makes its debut

South Africa has unveiled the fastest super computer on the continent.  It’s also one of the fastest in the world and is already being put to good use. It’s 15 times faster than it predecessor and has the equivalent power of 40,000 laptops connected by 56 Gigabit per second network. The …

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Tea bar tantalises taste buds

Jessica Bonin

While coffee cafes populate most corners of inner city streets, tea bars are mostly unheard of. A tea aficionado in Cape Town is trying to change that. Jessica Bonin started selling her mint, cocoa and chilli-infused teas from her caravan. She compares commercial teas sold in tea bags to instant …

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