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JOHANNESBURG -Another earth tremor has been reported in parts of Cape Town and the Western Cape on Sunday.
This follows Saturday's 2.5 magnitude quake.
The South African Seismograph Network recorded the first tremor at around 8.40 pm.
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It says this had no link to an offshore event after 7pm, 1,600 kilometers south-east of the country.
Some residents posted on Twitter they felt a faint rumbling that lasted about five seconds.
The network says no tsunami warning has been issued and there's no need for panic.
There have been no reports of casualties or damage to property.