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CAPE ARGUS

Izobell to host Funny Festival

Alistair Izobell said he was excited to tackle the new challenge of being the MC for the 11th Jive Cape Town Funny Festival.

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INDEPENDENT MEDIA

Speaker resigns in Oudtshoorn

In a surprise move, the Speaker of the embattled Oudtshoorn Municipality, John Stoffels, handed in his resignation.

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CAPE ARGUS

We take to the rails

Patience is required when using Metrorail to travel to work and back. Here are our stories... [VIDEO]

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Girls get hands dirty with robotics
June 17 2015 at 09:28

Stem programme introduces girl students to electronics and science.

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SA drug mule’s agony in Malaysia jail
June 17 2015 at 09:25

Melinda Stevenson now calls the Pokok Sena prison in Malaysia home. Her mother visited her for the first in May.

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What’s it like to be young in SA?
June 17 2015 at 07:08

Young Capetonians, it seems, remain optimistic about the country’s future, and their place in it. [VIDEO]

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323 Western Cape schools face closure
June 16 2015 at 12:02

More than 300 Western Cape schools with fewer than 250 pupils face closure.

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Akikere, 6, breathes easily after op
June 15 2015 at 17:23

Thanks to a marathon surgery at Tygerberg Hospital, Nigerian-born Akikere’s life will change forever.

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Fans band together after theatre blaze
June 15 2015 at 12:45

One of Stellenbosch’s oldest landmarks, the Klein Libertas Theatre, was left gutted on the weekend.

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Zuma may face EFF on Nkandla
June 15 2015 at 10:46

President Jacob Zuma will be answering questions in the House, where the EFF has promised not the let the Nkandla saga rest.

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SA neglecting international justice issues
June 15 2015 at 10:06

Letting al-Bashir enter SA is proof this country has sided with the AU at the cost of its human rights obligations, writes Professor Jeremy Sarkin.

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Sparks fly over Jordaan’s electricity bill
June 15 2015 at 09:31

Mayor Danny Jordaan's PE home had not been billed for electricity for the past seven years because of a faulty meter.

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Cuban Five’s visit a ‘show of appreciation’
June 15 2015 at 09:03

The Cuban Five's visit to Cape Town will "highlight the injustice of their detainment in a US prison since 1998".

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