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Free trade area to link Cape and Cairo

Free trade area to link Cape and Cairo

A market of over 600 million people with a combined gross domestic product of more than $1- trillion will be created with the launch of the Tripartite Free Trade Area in June. It will link consumers across Africa, from Egypt to South Africa.
Philips to undertake sixth Cape to Cairo roadshow

Philips to undertake sixth Cape to Cairo roadshow

For the past five years, the focus of the Cape Town to Cairo trek has been Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5. This year, mother and child health will still be a priority, with a shift towards the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. More innovative solutions are expected.
Cape fires are 'right on time' for fynbos

Cape fires are ‘right on time’ for fynbos, says UCT ecologist

As devastating as the ongoing fires around the Cape Peninsula have been to tracts of nature reserve and property, regular fires every 15 years are critical to the rebirth of fynbos-dominated ecosystems, says fynbos ecologist Dr Adam West.
Wildfires ravage Cape Peninsula

Wildfires ravage Cape Peninsula

The fires in the Cape have destroyed more than 4 000 hectares of vegetation so far, the City of Cape Town said on Wednesday. Together with the City, volunteers, communities as well as fire fighters from elsewhere in South Africa are working to combat the furious blaze devastating the Southern Peninsula.

Capturing the Cape’s splendour

Horses on Noordhoek. (Photo: African Pixels on I ♥ Cape Town)   By Anne Taylor 15 October 2013 Cape Town Tourism posted this photograph of horseriders on Long...
Women in Wine first for South Africa

Women in Wine first for South Africa

A group of 20 women in South Africa's Cape winelands are standing up to be counted, and are now producing their own wine, bottled under the label Women in Wine. It is the first wine-producing company in the country that is owned, controlled and managed entirely by women.

Football tournament lures future stars

Some of football's future stars are making their way to the Mother City for the prestigious Cape Town International Soccer Challenge, a tournament featuring the under-20 squads from eight African and South American teams.
Boost for South African football coaching

Neotel extends broadband to SADC

BT Group opens Cape networking facility

Global communications and IT services group BT is expanding its infrastructure investment in South Africa with the opening of an international network traffic routing facility at Melkbosstrand in the Western Cape.

Wandering the Whale Trail

Whether you walk for the whales or the vultures, the fynbos or the wide open spaces, it’s easy to see why hikers from across the globe are flocking to the Whale Trail, a spectacular walk through the De Hoop Nature Reserve.

Cape cultural tours with a difference

Cape cultural tours with a difference

Motivated to give tourists the kind of experiences they themselves would like to have when travelling, Cape Insights offer special-interest guided tours of unusual quality, featuring guides and guest lecturers of the highest standard.

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