Solar eclipse: Like the Curry Cup, unfortunately not for Cape Town.
The Northern parts of South Africa will be able to see some of the action somewhere between shortly after 15:00 and just before 17:00. The actual times and how much of the eclipse you will see depend on exactly where you are.
For more information you can visit the Johannesburg Planetarium’s general webpage or go directly to their graphic representation. NASA has a general eclipse website with comprehensive information on past and future eclipses. There is a good animation you can view at this UK site or you can go to the Facebook page covering the event. Kos Coronaios and the Soutpansberg Astronomy club will also be covering the event at their monthly stargazing event in Louis Trichard. If you are in that area go to their Facebook page for more information.
Please remember that you must not look directly at the sun with the naked eye. Sunglasses, no matter how state of the art they are, old x-ray plates, glass smoked black with a candle, pieces of green wine bottles or any one of the multitude of home made devices, are all inadequate. Using them could leave you, and especially your children, with permanent damage that might only manifest itself long after the event.