Protesters warned that the men charged with gouging out a woman's eyes should be denied bail for their own safety.
Fifteen pieces of City of Cape Town-owned land will soon go on the market for commercial and mixed use.
Thousands of commuters were again stranded after protesters set a Khayelitsha station and train alight.
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All Blacks must improve
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