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Cape Town gets the green thumbs up

Africa’s most popular tourist destination and one of the world’s most beautiful cities is also putting massive energy into doing its bit for the future of the planet. Now Cape Town’s green efforts are being recognised on an international scale.

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SHOWCASING THE BEST OF THE MOTHER CITY AT INDABA 2010

The INDABA exhibition, hosted annually in Durban, is one of the largest tourism marketing events on the African continent, with the number of exhibitors and media attendants increasing year on year. This year the exhibition runs from May 8 to 11 and the expected media turnout is likely to be high, as well as continental, as international media reporting on the FIFA World Cup™ slowly trickle into the country.

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Cape Town Tourism welcomes tourism growth figures

Cape Town Tourism CEO Mariëtte du Toit-Helmbold says the latest international tourism statistics show that international tourism is steadily gaining momentum, following an extremely challenging 2009.

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Free Wi-Fi for bustling Greenmarket Square precinct

For an initial six months only, Capetonians can enjoy free wireless internet at South Africa’s oldest public space, Greenmarket Square. In a unique collaboration between Cape Town Partnership and Skyrove, a Wi-Fi hotspot provider, locals will now have access to browse 10MBs worth of free internet daily.

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Cape Town Voted Sixth-Best City for Men In 2010

The world’s favourite website for men, Askmen.com, recently released its list of Top 29 Cities for Men 2010, in which Cape Town was voted sixth, beating the likes of “party capitals” Buenos Aires, San Francisco and Chicago.

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DARWIN’S HMS BEAGLE HEADS TO CAPE TOWN

On Sunday, April 25 2010, HMS Beagle docked in Cape Town, completing the production of a documentary series on the life and theories of Charles Darwin, to commemorate 200 years since his birth and 150 years since the publication of his theory Origin of Species.

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TOURISM SECTOR UNCERTAINTY CONTINUES AS FLIGHTS SLOWLY RESUME

As uncertainty about flights to and from Europe resuming continues, Cape Town Tourism has surveyed the tourism sector to assess the effect flight cancellations are having on the local industry.

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CAPE TOWN’S TOURISM SECTOR ASSISTS STRANDED INTERNATIONAL TRAVELLERS

“The worldwide disruption of travel due to flights in European centres being grounded after volcanic ash fallout threatens their safety has definitely had a ripple effect on Cape Town’s tourism sector”, says Cape Town Tourism CEO, Mariette du Toit-Helmbold.

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Cape Town fully accessible to the disabled

Cape Town city authorities say the city has made sure the World Cup is an accessible and enjoyable experience for disabled visitors.

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Music in the Mother City

Music lovers have good reason to visit the Cape Town City Hall over the next few days, as the Imagine City Hall Art Music Series continues to bring top-class entertainers to the city.

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