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‘Open for business' - Cape Town Tourism seeks upswing amid eased COVID rules

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the number of passengers on the Johannesburg-Cape Town route dropping from around 4 million in 2019 to just 1.75 million in 2020.

Toursim Month: CT Tourism has discounts and free access for those vaccinated

September is Tourism Month and the theme for this year is: 'Tourism for Exclusive Growth'.

CT launches it’s first drive-through vaccination site at Athlone Stadium

At the launch of the drive through site on Thursday in the parking lot of the stadium, a group of cyclists and motorists waited excitedly to get their jabs.

It's official: the Western Cape has exited its COVID-19 third wave peak

Infections, hospitalisations and deaths are all showing consistent declines.

CT disaster officials on high alert to assist residents following heavy rain

The winter storm that made landfall in the Western Cape on Thursday afternoon moved further inland.

It’s flower season: Bloomin’ beautiful scenes at the West Coast National Park

West Coast National Park acting park manager Pierre Nel said this flower season should be one of the best because there had been good rainfall in the area this year.

CT opens second mass vaccination site in Athlone

Athlone Stadium has hosted some big sporting events over the years now it's become a mass vaccination site in the fight against COVID-19.

Persistent Cape taxi violence may result in route closures - MEC Mitchell

MEC Daylin Mitchell said they met with CATA on Wednesday, and would continue engaging on Thursday with Codeta.

Mitchells Plain field hospital reactivated as WC battles COVID third wave

On Monday, Premier Alan Winde visited the Mitchells Plain Hospital of Hope to conduct an oversight over the facility's preparation during the third wave of COVID-19.

No visitors allowed at Groote Schuur Hospital amid COVID third wave

With the country gripped in a third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, hospital managers have on Monday warned there now is an increased risk of spreading the coronavirus.

18 vaccination sites now operational in Cape Town

Officials have stressed that would-be vaccine recipients who had registered should not present at a vaccination site unless they had been contacted to do so.

SA experts collaborate to find ways to support Long COVID patients

The national health department held a Long COVID webinar on Friday during which infectious diseases expert Dr Jeremy Nel said the most common symptoms were fatigue, shortness of breath and a cough.

Calls for R350 COVID relief grant to be extended & increased

On Thursday, the Black Sash held a webinar with faith-based organisations, trade unions and civic groups about the issue.

Sassa launches online booking system for disability grants

Sassa, in collaboration with GovChat, developed an online booking system, which will allow people to book for their medical assessments without visiting the local office.

Two people arrested in WC for possession of crayfish tails worth over R450,000

Two people have been arrested for being in possession of a large number of crayfish tails in Moorreesburg.

Will Ramaphosa ban alcohol sales over Easter holidays?

The association claims it’s been told the national coronavirus command council intends to introduce the ban before the Easter weekend — but no official announcement has been made.

With croc search ongoing, Bonnievale campsite advising visitors to avoid river

Thirty-one crocodiles have been captured and 29 have been euthanised, which makes 60 crocodiles in total.

WC Health Dept looks back at lessons a year after first COVID-19 case reported

On 11 March 2020, the Western Cape had its first COVID-19 case, a Cape Town man admitted to Tygerberg Hospital.