The Cape Navigator

Seaside Community Newspaper

Day: February 29, 2024

Cape Town Mobilizes for Missing Joshlin Smith Amidst Delay Concerns

Photo of Joshlin Smith (6) missing since 19 February at around 17:00.

SALDANHA – In a swift response to a plea from Saldanha Mayor Andre Truter, the City of Cape Town (CoCT) has dispatched a team of policing resources to reinforce the search for six-year-old Joshlin Smith, who has been missing for over 10 days. The move comes after concerns were raised about the sustainability of the […]

Chemical Concerns Addressed in R5 Billion Wastewater Reuse Plan

Artistic illustration explores the transformative potential of wastewater: a glass half full or half empty?

The City of Cape Town (CoCT) is moving forward with a controversial R5 billion plan to transform sewage effluent into drinking water. However, environmentalist groups and concerned citizens fear that current water safety standards do not adequately address a wide range of potentially harmful chemicals present in wastewater. Concerns About PFAS and SANS241 The Facebook […]

[WATCH] Firearms Expert Casts Doubt on Accidental Discharge Theory in ‘Rust’ Shooting

Hannah Gutierrez-Reed outside court.

SANTA FE, NM – Testimony by a renowned firearms expert in the trial of ‘Rust’ armourer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed has raised serious questions about the possibility of an accidental discharge of the firearm that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Lucian C. Haag, a leading expert in firearms reconstruction, took the stand to outline his analysis of the […]

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