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The South African Democratic Teacher’s Union (SADTU) in the Western Cape has released a statement condemning the murder of a teacher in the Western Cape.


After the Cape Town fires of April 2021 left University of Cape Town buildings destroyed and students displaced, an investigation by Enviro Wildfire’s Robert Erasmus has led to suspicion that the fire may have been deliberately caused, ruling out natural incident or homeless citizens as the cause for the fire.


Eris Property Group raises an initial total of R500 million which will go towards funding for its student accommodation impact investment vehicle. Eris Property Group is a recognised property development, services and investment group, which provides a range of commercial property skills in the South African and sub-Saharan African markets.

 


Metrorail is set to resume it's services in the Cape Flats today. This will be the first time the trains will be running across the Cape Flats since Level 5 of the National Lockdown was declared by President Ramaphosa. 


Cape Town theatres have hosted many great shows but they have now decided to close curtains until 2021. Many workers and performers have been affected, as theatres have been struggling to stay afloat.


To cope with the demands of Covid-19, the CTICC has undergone a transformation and is now housing a Temporary Hospital. Now, you can take a tour of this hospital. 


#CapeTownWillMoveToLevel6 is trending on social media. This comes as no surprise as Western Cape has over 60% of the total cases in the country as well as deaths. 


Local universities are starting to cancel or postpone major events because of fears around the rapid spread of the coronavirus. The University of Cape Town and Stellenbosch University are just two of the varsities who have called off graduation ceremonines that were planned to be happening in coming weeks. The installation of the new Chancellor of UCT is another event that has fallen victim the crisis.


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