Proposed Western Cape legislation aims to end 'senseless' child road deaths.
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A 1963 MK2 Jaguar and a Jaguar limited-edition Super V8 were ruined when a water pipe burst in Cape Town.
Child car seats to be compulsory?
‘My life is in here and it is ruined’
Cops out in force after bus attacks
Woman resigns after fight with pupil
Burglar rapes and robs Matie student
A seatbelt is legal - and humane
ANC between a rock and hard place
Media are following EFF’s storyboard
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Khutsong community receives trees for Arbor Week
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