Table Mountain National Park july 31
EPA

Fires lit on Table Mountain ‘a concern’

Religious groups and vagrants could set off wildfires in the Table Mountain National Park, an expert has warned.

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spine road hig school
INDEPENDENT MEDIA

System a ‘mockery of standards’

W Cape Education Department and the Department of Basic Education start talks to review the ‘progression system’.

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Copy of ca p2 Matric Exams DONE
INDEPENDENT MEDIA

‘Name and shame’ book upsets parents

Some parents of pupils at a Cape high school are upset over the publishing of a June matric results booklet.

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Cape Argus News

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Stabbed cop latest victim of hell run
July 30 2015 at 09:12

They place bricks on the N2 then wait for someone to "fall for their trap". Yesterday, it was Petrus "Burger" Holz.

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‘My amputee mom slept in wheelchair’
July 30 2015 at 11:35

A family has lodged a complaint against Khayelitsha District Hospital staff after a woman was allegedly mistreated.

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Bars may be liable for drunks
July 30 2015 at 08:55

Draft legislation could see liquor outlets held liable for the actions of their patrons.

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Man killed as Cape gang violence surges
July 29 2015 at 16:37

An alleged gang member was killed in Hanover Park, and Cape Flats residents fear a full out war may erupt soon.

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Student stabbed in Danger Beach tunnel
July 29 2015 at 14:53

A Cape Town student was stabbed and robbed while out for his evening jog in St James.

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New visa rules to be probed
July 29 2015 at 14:45

Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom has appointed a team to look into the damage caused by strict new visa rules.

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Outrage over Manenberg plan
July 29 2015 at 13:34

All the upgrades planned for Manenberg mean little to community leaders who say that residents were not consulted.

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Upmarket home up for grabs in lottery
July 29 2015 at 13:26

A Paarl homeowner is putting her R5.7 million home up for sale via a private lottery for €119 (R1 651) a ticket.

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Public pushback on Cape council projects
July 29 2015 at 12:55

Some residents, business owners and civic groups feel the Cape Town city council have railroaded them on key projects

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Good Hope Centre plan angers community
July 29 2015 at 12:52

Community groups are furious that they have not been consulted about the leasing of the Good Hope Centre.

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