Each year invited Speakers are asked to give a brief over view of their personal reflections on the films, providing some South African context for the issues raised.
They share their professional/private interests in the subject matter and then the discussion is opened to the floor, for speakers to answer questions or clarify comments in a relaxed and informal format.
Thurs 23 March 6.15pm
Can You Dig This - Speakers - Imraan Samuels & Josh Potgieter.
Riders taking on the Absa Cape Epic from Sunday’s Prologue at Meerendal Wine Estate and finishing a week later at Val de Vie Estate in Paarl are watching the weather.
Weather sites predict days of up to 40ºC … and some showers.
Everybody knows the Western Cape is in the grip of a fierce drought and desperately in need of rain, but one group of people in the area at the moment will be scanning the weather reports for a different reason altogether.
An eland (Taurotragus oryx) released into the City’s Blaauwberg Nature Reserve last week is the last of eight eland earmarked for translocation from the Koeberg Nature Reserve.
‘The other seven eland were introduced to the Blaauwberg Nature Reserve in December 2016 and in February this year. The animals were donated by the Koeberg Nature Reserve as part of their management of the eland population in that reserve.
40 routes across the city, 42 stations, more than 700 stops
The MyCiTi service will be free to all commuters – that is all residents and visitors to Cape Town – this Sunday, 19 March 2017.
'This is a great opportunity for residents and tourists to get first-hand experience of how easy and convenient it is to use the MyCiTi service to go places around Cape Town,’ said the City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Transport and Urban Development, Councillor Brett Herron.