The Cape Navigator

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Category: International

[VIDEO] Mass Casualty After Container Ship Struck & Destroys Baltimore’s Key Bridge

Moments before disaster as the container ship struck Key Bridge.

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – A mass casualty incident has been declared in Baltimore, Maryland, after a container ship collided with the city’s Francis Scott Key Bridge, causing a complete collapse. Emergency responders, including the Coast Guard and fire department, are on the scene. Reports indicate that numerous vehicles and pedestrians may be in the water after […]

South Africa Advocates for Nuclear Energy Expansion at Brussels Summit

BRUSSELS – South Africa has made a strong case for the increased utilization of nuclear energy during the Nuclear Energy Summit in Brussels. The nation’s ambassador to Belgium, Luxembourg, and the European Union, Her Excellency Ms. Tokozile Xasa, delivered a statement emphasizing the critical role nuclear power plays in meeting rising energy demands while addressing […]

Climate Change Drives Migration Crisis; New Research Calls for Urgent Action

Stock photo by Matt Palmer.

Mounting evidence highlights the deepening impact of climate change on human migration and the necessity for immediate global action. A recent study published in One Earth emphasizes the need for urgent research into climate-induced migration patterns. Led by Dr Nicholas Simpson (African Climate and Development Initiative, University of Cape Town), the study emphasizes the vital […]

Facebook Hit By Widespread Outage; Users Report Automatic Logouts and Login Failures

Facebook users are unable to log in.

WORLDWIDE – Facebook appears to be experiencing a major outage across the globe, with numerous users reporting sudden logouts and an inability to sign back into their accounts. Facebook is back online. #FacebookDown — The Cape Navigator (@CPTzaNet) March 5, 2024 Social media has been flooded with complaints, with users expressing frustration and confusion. One […]

South African Research Drift Card Washes Up on Remote New Zealand

Aerial photo of Stewart Island, New Zealand.

Kiwi adventurer’s tale brings back memories of long-lost ocean research NEW ZEALAND – Richard Osborn, an outdoorsman from New Zealand known to his friends as Oz, has stumbled upon a fascinating piece of South African history while exploring a remote beach on Stewart Island. Amongst washed-up seashells and debris, he found a faded plastic card […]

[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 […]

German Tourist Murdered in Limpopo: Three Suspects Arrested

Photo of the vehicle supplied by the

LIMPOPO – A 74-year-old German tourist has been brutally murdered in a horrific attack in Limpopo, South Africa. Three suspects, aged between 24 and 46, have been arrested in connection with the murder. According to Colonel Malesela Ledwaba, police spokesperson, the victim departed from Botswana on Friday and drove into South Africa. He arrived in […]

[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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