The Bo-Kaap Civic Association has welcomed the City of Cape Town’s rejection of plans to build flats in Augustus Road.
A Durbanville doctor is accused of possessing an arsenal of illegal firearms which he allegedly sold to gangs.
Nyanga was a no-go area this morning after protesters torched seven Golden Arrow buses on its roads. [UPDATED]
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‘Gangster’ doctor in the dock
Buses set alight in Nyanga
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ANC between a rock and hard place
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Wesizwe Platinum down, flags loss
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