Western Cape MEC Alan Winde has formally petitioned Parliament to suspend the new visa regulations.
A governing body member of a Cape Town school has been asked to leave after “a physical altercation” with a pupil.
The rape of a 22-year-old Matie in a student house has been described by the acting vice-chancellor as a despicable act.
Woman resigns after fight with pupil
Burglar rapes and robs Matie student
Nyanga buses to get armed escorts
MyCiTi hurdles and highlights
Nyanga plunged into anarchy
ANC between a rock and hard place
If the party protects Zuma in the Nkandla debacle, it is likely to rue the consequences, writes Craig Dodds
Media are following EFF’s storyboard
Black in Cape Town? Be yourself
Defending a writer's freedom of speec ...
Caught in spiral of society self-dest ...
Boks focus on turnover ball
Bok defence coach John McFarland believes that the Springboks conceded too many turnovers against Argentina.
Bafana enter the unknown
United ‘have lost the way’ - Phelan
The joy of the Currie Cup
Clarke rules out ODI retirement
UK's FTSE creeps higher
Britain's top share index crept up, in cautious trade ahead of a European Central Bank policy decision this week.
European shares inch up
Japan's “Abenomics” maybe in trouble
McDonald's to boost China supplier au ...
Hong Kong shares recover losses
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