The Cape Navigator

Seaside Community Newspaper

Day: February 21, 2024

CPT Woman Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison for R5.3 Million Fraud

File Photo.

CAPE TOWN – Dorene Harrison, 49, was sentenced to fifteen (15) years of direct imprisonment by the Cape Town Regional Court on 20 February. Harrison was found guilty on 16 counts of fraud. The Hawks’ Serious Commercial Crime Investigation unit investigated the case. Harrison, a former administrator in the operations centre at Nedbank Investment Management […]

Grade 10 & 11 Students: Turn Your STEM Ideas into Community Solutions

Grade 10 & 11 Students: Turn Your STEM Ideas into Community Solutions

Samsung South Africa is giving learners in grades 10 and 11 an exciting opportunity to make a real difference in their communities while showcasing their STEM skills. The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition is back for its second year in Africa, inviting students from underserved public schools to unleash their innovation and tackle pressing environmental […]

MISSING CHILD ALERT: Search Underway for Joshlin Smith (6) in Saldanha

Photo of Joslin supplied by Western Cape SAPS.

WESTERN CAPE – A large-scale search operation is underway to find missing 6-year-old Joshlin Smith, who was last seen on 19 February 2024 near the Diazville Clinic. Joshlin was reportedly with an unknown boy at the time of her disappearance. Joshlin is described as wearing a light blue t-shirt and blue denim trousers. Anyone with […]

Dreams to Reality: Disabled Residents Receive New Homes in Vlakkeland

Photo of beneficiaries supplied.

PAARL – On Monday, 19 February, Western Cape Premier Alan Winde, Minister Tertuis Simmers, and Drakenstein Executive Mayor Conrad Poole brought joy to three families in the Vlakkeland housing development. These families, who had long resided in farms and backyard dwellings, received keys to brand-new homes specifically designed to accommodate their needs. The Vlakkeland development, […]

[WATCH] Stinky ‘Death Ship’ Departs Cape Town, NSPCA Calls for Export Ban

A sick cow aboard the Al Kuwait, its nose running – a sign of the poor conditions on the livestock carrier.

CAPE TOWN – The Al Kuwait, dubbed the “Big Stink” livestock carrier responsible for the noxious odour that enveloped Cape Town, has set sail for Iraq. However, the National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) warns the suffering of animals on board such vessels is far from over. NSPCA inspectors endured three days examining the horrific conditions […]

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