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In those days Hout Bay was a sleepy fishing village.

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The firm, however, maintained that its lobbying work is entirely separate from its crisis communications work and will not influence City of Cape Town policy.“It is our internal policy to always disclose any potential conflict of interest,” the company said.

The City of Cape Town agreed, saying that Resolve Communications is not employed to develop policy but rather to provide “high-level strategic guidance on effective crisis communications”.“In general, the City protects against conflicts of interest in by requiring contractors to declare these interests before doing business with the City,” it said.

Asked whether a tangible change could be seen in water consumption since Resolve Communications was appointed, the City said water consumption has continued to see “a downward trend”.“Given the very small margin of safety before we run out of water, it was suggested that the City bring in external industry experts to give a fresh perspective and guide teams on new strategies to [get] consumption down further and avoid Day Zero, when residents will have to queue for water,” the City of Cape Town said.

One of the least known quarries of the Cape Peninsula, and not easy to spot, was worked on Seaforth beach in 1865, where granite was shaped on site to re-enforce the shaky foundation of Roman Rock lighthouse, built only a few years earlier in 1861.

For that’s all that now remains of one of the Peninsula’s most curious quarrying operations.

TVJThe Western Cape has a number of manganese deposits but the reserves are not large, and some have a high phosphorus level.

From there a crane hoisted the ore into cocopans, which were railed along a specially built jetty to an awaiting barge, and from there it was towed to an awaiting ship (in Table Bay? Constant problems arose from ore overheating in its downward passage through the chute, and getting stuck.

This meant sections of the chute had to be taken apart and the ore dynamited loose.

They were offloaded by a derrick attached to the pier jutting out from the lighthouse, and pulled to the tower by an aerial railway, and from there carefully assembled around the base in waist high water.

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