The City of Cape Town is using smaller buses for the MyCiTi airport service because longer buses ordered have been delayed.
Cape Town officials are preparing to take legal action against the owner of a “problem building” in Somerset West.
Pedestrians will now have up to 23 seconds to cross some of the busiest intersections in the Cape Town CBD.
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Human waste befouls ‘problem’ mansion
Bid to make Cape Town more ‘walkable’
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Cape commuter chaos set to continue
Officials on the horns of a dilemma
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Letter: We need new teachers’ union
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Bok captain gets behind the rhinos
Springbok skipper Jean de Villiers has thrown his weight behind the Ride the Rhino three-day stage race.
Buzz over barber’s World Cup cuts
Big Issue vendor’s new chapter
De Villiers back to lead Boks
Jean de Villiers’ return from injury means that the Springboks will go into the Rugby Championship with a new midfield pairing.
Chiefs will win everything - Khune
LVG pulls a ‘Big Brother’ at United
Sundowns hungry for MTN8 glory
Cech ready for Courtois challenge
Rand weakens for fifth straight day
The rand weakened against the dollar for a fifth consecutive day, falling by close to a third of a percent.
World shares fall, US dollar up
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Burger King cuts supplier in China sc ...
Used cars on steady rise with buyers
Mi Casa and The Parlotones to raise funds for Children’s Hospital
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Books to build a community of readers
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Mothers Make a Difference Through Des ...
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