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City’s Bok victory parade

The 2019 Rugby World Cup champions will be bringing the Webb Ellis trophy to town next week.

Harbour headaches

Locals concerned about the pace of the ongoing construction at the Hout Bay Harbour.

Railway open day

The Cape Town Society of Model and Experimental Engineers will be hosting their open day on Saturday November 16 and Sunday November 17.

Read of the Week

Karen Watkins reviews Field Guide to Mushrooms & Other Fungi of South Africa.

Children get moving for health

The Move for Health campaign aligns with the global World Health Organisation initiative to get people more physically active and reduce the burden of chronic disease.

Winners…

Llandudno Sports club hosted their junior squash club champs on Saturday October 12.

Halfies

Scores of runners took part in the Landmarks Half Marathon and 6km fun run.

Taking up the fight against prostate cancer

Topping the bill will be a clash of two Mikes as the co-owner of APFC, Mike Mouneimne takes on Mike Goslett. They hope to raise R60 000.

Book details harsh reality of apartheid

The book touches on the everyday realities of apartheid, such as construction workers without dompasses fleeing from approaching police, and events like the Trojan Horse Massacre that sent shock waves around the world.

Tourism industry has ‘weathered the storms’

CTT’s TravelWise Safety Ambassador Program has done much to reduce possible safety risks posed to visitors while ensuring they enjoy every part of Cape Town.