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  1. Spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in South Africa

    South Africa's COVID-19 cases rise and president worries about Cape Town region

    Even as South Africa eases its coronavirus lockdown, infection numbers have started to rise quickly and President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Friday ...
  2. The logo of Amazon Web Services (AWS) is seen during the 4th annual America Digital Latin American

    Amazon launches data centre operations in South Africa

    Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud computing platform of Inc, said on Wednesday it has launched its data centre operations at three ...
  3. Milkshakes are seen on the counter at Gibson's restaurant in Cape Town

    Cape Town restaurant wins Guinness world milkshake record

    Guiness World Records has named a South African restaurant as the official titleholder for 'Most Varieties of Milkshakes Commercially Available'.
  4. Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, pays tribute at the post office where 19-year-old Univers

    Prince Harry's wife Meghan honors murdered South African student

    Meghan, the wife of Britain's Prince Harry, has tied a ribbon at the site in Cape Town where a student was murdered last month, in a gesture of ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: French Open - Roland Garros

    Federer and Nadal to attempt world attendance record in Cape Town

    Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will attempt to set a world record for attendance at a tennis match, with the help of some celebrity guests, when ...
  6. South Africa View from Camps Bay 1_mod

    Seeking adventure in South Africa (and trying to stay safe)

    Spectacular sunsets, adorable penguins, affordable food and wine – South Africa is a beautiful experience, as long as you keep your wits about you.
  7. In the Cape Town suburb of St. James, a queue to collect precious drinking water from an underground

    Commentary: Cape Town may be the world's first major city to run out of water

    Cape Town, a city of 4 million, may run out of drinking water in a matter of weeks. South Africa's politics of water is to be blamed for this ...