The Cape Navigator

Seaside Community Newspaper

Day: February 6, 2024

3.2 Magnitude Tremor Near Panvlakte

Stock photo by Jens Aber.

WESTONARIA – A seismic event with a magnitude of 3.2 struck near Bekkersdal in Gauteng, South Africa, at precisely 20:54:08 on February 6, 2024. The quake occurred very close to Panvlakte, a mere 200 meters from the R93 road near Westonaria, at a depth of 5 kilometres below the ground. The tremor, although considered mild, […]

[WATCH] Why is Tucker Carlson interviewing Vladimir Putin?

Tucker Carlson explains why he is interviewing Putin.

In an unexpected turn of events, renowned television personality Tucker Carlson, formerly associated with Fox News, has ventured into Moscow with a unique mission—to interview Russian President Vladimir Putin. The seasoned journalist shared compelling insights into the rationale behind this unconventional undertaking, shedding light on the crucial role of journalism in enlightening the public amid […]

Dodgy Diesel Dilemma: Government’s Silence on Fuel Station Locations Raises Concerns

Photo by Cameron Edwards.

SOUTH AFRICA – In a startling revelation, the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy has uncovered fake diesel at 70 filling stations across South Africa. However, the public remains in the dark about the names and locations of these stations, as the department claims the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) prohibits their disclosure. The […]

Celebrating Academic Excellence and Resilience: Annual CWDM Top Achievers Awards Ceremony

Photo by Cape Winelands District Municipality.

STELLENBOSCH – The Cape Winelands District Municipality (CWDM) recently hosted the Annual Top Achievers Awards Ceremony at Rhenish Girls High School, acknowledging the outstanding achievements of the class of 2023. The event not only recognized academic brilliance but also celebrated resilience and dedication, embodying hope for educational progress in the Cape Winelands District. Ald (Dr) […]

COCT Takes Action to Address Panorama Road Woes

COCT Takes Action to Address Panorama Road Woes

PAROW – In response to mounting frustrations expressed by Panorama residents over neglected road repairs, the City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Directorate has taken swift action. Following a burst water pipe incident last year, the prolonged delay in addressing road conditions has raised concerns among the community. The City’s Water and Sanitation Directorate […]

R1.25 Million in Fines: CoCT Issues 980 Penalties for Waste Violations in Festive Quarter

Report Illegal Dumping.

In a determined effort to maintain cleanliness and enforce waste management regulations, the City of Cape Town’s Urban Waste Management by-law enforcement unit has been unyielding in its pursuit of a cleaner city during the festive season. The last quarter of 2023 saw a staggering 980 fines issued, totalling R1.25 million, targeting various offences such […]

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