Cape Town

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port city in southwestern South Africa

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Technology Digital has formed a partnership with Kinetic Events for Natural Gas Logistics, Handling and Contracts, which is taking place August 18th-19th in Capetown, South Africa.
A night's stay at La Residence, Capetown, South Africa, will set you back between pounds 750 and pounds 890 a room.
Painting in these places of raw aliveness and pure physicality is Marlene Dumas, who was born in 1953 in Capetown, South Africa, and has lived in Amsterdam since 1976.
He first became interested in Islam after he moved from Cardiff, where he was brought up, to Capetown, South Africa, where he was employed by the health authority.
At a November meeting in Capetown, South Africa, the Codex Nutrition Committee finally agreed on most major points brought up during the last several months by IADSA.
Tucker's experience resonated uneasily with reports from Capetown, South Africa, where surgeon Christiaan Barnard removed the hearts of black South Africans and placed them in the bodies of white recipients.
In 1996, while Artist in Residence at the Studio Museum in Harlem, I attended a two month residency program in Capetown, South Africa and came face to face with the severe poverty that South African artists overcome to make their art.
October 13-16, 2008: AIDS Vaccine 2008, Capetown, South Africa (www.
A variety of traditionalists and leftists have criticized ostentatious, gaudy-modern sites like the Planet Hollywood restaurant bombed by Muslim terrorists in Capetown, South Africa, in 1998.
of the '30s, Towne had to shoot the film in Capetown, South Africa, and rely on CGI.
Born on April 12, 1904, in Capetown, South Africa, to a Swiss mother and an English naval officer father, Ernie grew up in the Swiss mountains above Lake Lausanne, in western Switzerland.
Meridian Flight 6 is scheduled to fly from Chicago to Capetown, South Africa, with a stopover in London.
In fact, the China stop was the last leg of a three-nation excursion early in 2002 that also carried the Sport for Good banner to Capetown, South Africa, and Port Lincoln and Adelaide, Australia.
Retired Rosalie Bowgett, 60, of Capetown, South Africa, is married to a Scot.
She is also well traveled, having worked and lived in London and Capetown, South Africa, and served as a kibbutz volunteer in Israel.