The land illegally invaded in Philippi is destined to become the site of a significant new job-creator and economic hub.
Torrential rainfall, gale-force winds, 6m swells, floods and snow are set to hit the Western Cape this week.
The Hawks have been called in to investigate the theft of critically endangered cycad plants in Cape Town.
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Referee accused of being a spy
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