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Dilemma of Cape’s homeless

Thousands roam Cape Town's streets but there's no solution to the burgeoning problem, writes Helen Bamford.

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Shouting, threats in Cape legislature

A debate on transformation in the Western Cape legislature descended into a shouting match between the ANC and DA.

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Cops and army move into Grassy Park

Police and soldiers descended on Grassy Park in Cape Town, raiding the homes of known drug dealers and gangsters.

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Death crash warder ‘had premonition’
May 6 2015 at 09:08

One of the prison warders killed in the Swellendam crash had a feeling that he would not be alive for much longer.

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NSRI tows ‘lost’ boat out to sea
May 5 2015 at 12:54

A boat found floating upside down in the sea off Cape Point has been towed out to sea to be scuttled.

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Tea taster with a tongue worth R5m
May 5 2015 at 12:19

How an unusual job advert led to a world of brews and a strange insurance deal.

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Schools can’t charge ‘upfront’ fee
May 5 2015 at 12:18

The W Cape Education Department has intervened in cases where schools were charging upfront fees to secure a child's place.

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Samwu plans Cape Town march
May 5 2015 at 12:19

Samwu members are set to march through the city to deliver a memorandum to mayor Cape Town Patricia de Lille.

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8 SA films to show at Cannes Festival
May 5 2015 at 09:50

Music mockumentary Stone Cold Jane Austen is among the local films that will screen at Cannes this month.

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Alleged 28s gang boss relaxed in court
May 5 2015 at 12:16

The five-year trial against one of Cape Town’s alleged most notorious gang leaders is slowly drawing to a close.

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Doctors oppose assisted suicide
May 5 2015 at 11:13

The South African Medical Association is the latest medical body to distance itself from doctor-assisted suicide.

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University funds for apartheid victims
May 4 2015 at 16:04

The descendants of a coloured community forcibly removed from their Stellenbosch homes will be the recipients of a new bursary fund.

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Slain firefighter will never meet son
May 4 2015 at 12:51

Justan Visagie, the firefighter who was killed in the Bainskloof Pass crash, will never meet his unborn son.

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