- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Cape Town, South Africa.
- n. A person from Cape Town.
“The South African comedian Nik Rabinowitz picked his favourite Capetonian and chose Moegamat, the ice-cream seller at Newlands.”
“He said he feared that political differences between the three spheres of government were playing themselves out "at the expense of the hopes and dreams every Capetonian has for our future".”
“Capetonian Willem van Rensburg is marketing his Pronto condom as an answer to the annoyance of tearing off condom wrappers and figuring out the right way up, saying his patent can be donned in less than three seconds.”
“Petersen, who was murdered at his Athlone home at the weekend, was a "born and bred Capetonian".”
“Jacques Oosthuizen of Brackenfell is the latest South African, and first Capetonian, to perish while working in Iraq.”
“Capetonian Paul Hoffman told of the concerns of people living in the northern areas of the city that they were being subjected to mercury fallout from incineration plants at Vissershoek.”
“This is a feather in the cap of all who made this possible - the City Council, Cape Town business and, of course, the ratepayers of the central city and each and every Capetonian who supports and uses the city" Farr said.”
“Dr Mark Beale, who is part of the Congo Fever treatment team looking after the Capetonian, said the disease was contracted by contact with infected blood from an animal which has the virus, or through a tick bite, which carries the virus and infects cattle.”
“The Independent Complaints Directorate (ICD) is investigating an incident in which three off-duty policemen allegedly tried to hijack a Capetonian couple at Grasmere, south of Johannesburg, during the early hours of Sunday morning.”
“Capetonian Obed Zilwa was released without being charged in”
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