According to reports, several residents in parts of Cape Town felt a tremor on Saturday evening. 

This was due to a 6.2-magnitude earthquake off the coast of southern Africa according to the National Centre for Seismology. The earthquake reportedly occurred 1918 km SSE of Cape Town, at around 5:10 pm. With its epicentre at a depth of 10 kilometres.

Residents are urged to report any potential impacts of the tremor to the City of Cape Town’s Public Emergency Communication Centre by dialing 021 480 7700 from a cellphone or 107 from a landline.

There have been no tsunami warnings or reports of damage.

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  1. Tell those Bible thumping idiots GOD had nothing to do with this earthquake. We are responsible. Did they think shifting the EARTH off its axis is not going have an effect on life as we know it. Things are only going to get worse. Mother Nature is adjusting to her new position and l’m afraid mankind will not survive the adjustment. Keep watching the news. Even covid is manmade. Saddest part is that man is currently so stuck in his own greed that saving the race does not feature anywhere on his agenda. We the human race are in trouble but don’t believe me. Go ask your Meteorologist and scientists how long man has left at the current rate of climate change. THE ADJUSTMENT.

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