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Save the bees

The awesome people from Scenic South received this email from the Avaaz community “Dear friends, Bees are vanishing. These industrious creatures that bring us almost one out of every three bites of our food — and most wildflowers —Read more

 
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Erica Road Painting

I am sure anyone who has been passing through Kommetjie during the past week has noticed the unusual activity on the corner of Erica and Kom road! Passers-by have been treated to a fantastic artistic display as legendary CapeRead more

 
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Help Put Out The Flames – Firefighters Fund

The Scenic South team received this e-mail from The Billboard Team “We are all so grateful for the tireless work firefighters are doing in the South Peninsula, against incredible odds. To assist in all the fundraising needed to keepRead more

 
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Water restrictions

The City of Cape Town has implemented Level 2 water restrictions, effective from 1 January 2016 until further notice.   As we are situated in a water-scarce region, the City imposes Level 1 restrictions (10% water savings) at all times.Read more

 
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Water Saving Tips

  Save water throughout your home Ensure all taps are fully closed – a dripping tap at 1 drip per second wastes up to 30 litres a day – that is equivalent to 10 000 litres a year. ReplaceRead more

 
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Kalk Bay Modern December Newsletter

 
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