Cape Argus reporter Chelsea Geach took to the shooting range, where she met Shahnaaz Slamang.
Strict visa requirements are proving to be a major challenge for the the City of Cape Town's investment goals, says Tim Harris.
EFF parliamentary leader Julius Malema was to take his seat on the ad hoc Nkandla committee, but it might not be for long.
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Malema takes seat… for now
New, fresh look for Cape Argus
Malema can EFF off, says Botswana
Misery for thousands in Cape Town
Black in Cape Town? Be yourself
Kine Dineo Mokwena-Kessi's experience is not necessarily that of every black person in Cape Town, says Faith Ndlela.
Defending a writer's freedom of speec ...
Caught in spiral of society self-dest ...
‘More red tape will only tie all of u ...
With Zuma, the buck stops nowhere
Van Gaal will turn things around - RV ...
Robin van Persie insists troubled Manchester United will quickly turn the corner under new manager Louis van Gaal.
Bulls underdogs for WP clash
Federer, Maria to headline US Open
City can make clean sweep - Sagna
IRB supports gay World Cup
Apartheid corporate lawsuit dismissed
“The end result of the ruling is that corporations can act abroad with impunity.”
SA to have 100 Burger King stores soo ...
SA credit growth quickens to 9.77%
Rand weakens as Ukraine tension simme ...
PIC seeks to boost sluggish growth, l ...
Defying the odds, Daniela Koetz
This month’s Gauteng Lead SA Youth Hero is 19 year-old Daniela Nkanyezi Koetz. She was nominated by Lungile Seabi who wrote: “Daniela is a respecting young la ...
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Mother City taxi rank goes green
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