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17 days ago
Independent candidates in Cape Town flex their muscles
Independent candidates in Cape Town flex their muscles
Politics

Thirteen independent Cape Town candidates, fed-up with having ward candidates who do not deliver, are standing for the elections.

17 days ago
New harbour master has great plans for Hout Bay
New harbour master has great plans for Hout Bay
Western Cape

The new Hout Bay harbour master intends to transform the precinct into a mini-Waterfront with proper access control and a ...

17 days ago
How Pokémon got its claws into me
How Pokémon got its claws into me
Technology

Mobile app Pokémon Go has been literally a breath of fresh air in gaming, says Rowan Abrahams.

17 days ago
Cash puts us at risk, say Uber drivers
Cash puts us at risk, say Uber drivers
Industry news

Uber drivers call for cash payments to be scrapped, saying the system puts them in conflict with both metered and minibus taxis.

18 days ago
Truck set alight after extortion threat
Truck set alight after extortion threat
Crime & Courts

A Cape Town tavern owner has been left distraught after his new truck went up in flames, allegedly set alight by local gangsters.

18 days ago
Big changes coming to Ward 64, says EFF
Big changes coming to Ward 64, says EFF
Politics

EFF candidate Isaac Goliat has big plans for Ward 64, a traditional DA stronghold which includes Muizenberg, Fish Hoek and Kalk Bay.

18 days ago
Call to boycott DA over Maiden's Cove plan
Call to boycott DA over Maiden's Cove plan
Politics

An online petition is calling for a boycott of the DA at the ballot box, if a R1.5bn private development plan for Maiden's Cove goes ahead.

18 days ago
Staggie's stolen whisky and cigars case postponed
Staggie's stolen whisky and cigars case postponed
Crime & Courts

Former Hard Livings gang boss Rashied Staggie is due back in court at the end of next month for the illegal possession of stolen whisky and cigars.

18 days ago
SA retailers start freebie war at till
SA retailers start freebie war at till
Western Cape

Fun freebies for kids and selfie fodder for adults: toys that retail supermarkets give out at the tills have taken over social media.

18 days ago
We won't do it, says the SABC
We won't do it, says the SABC
Politics

Hlaudi Motsoeneng remains defiant following the Icasa ruling directing the SABC to withdraw its ban on visuals of violent public protests.

18 days ago
‘We survive because we don’t have a choice’
‘We survive because we don’t have a choice’
Western Cape

Residents of Barcelona informal settlement near Gugulethu say that despite voting in every election, their lives have not changed for the better.

19 days ago
‘Nothing has changed since the last election’
‘Nothing has changed since the last election’
Western Cape

Residents of Isiqalo informal settlement in Cape Town, where there is no electricity and only a few toilets, say that voting ...

19 days ago
Attack on Uber driver ‘a warning’
Attack on Uber driver ‘a warning’
Crime & Courts

Manenberg community workers believe a weekend attack on an Uber driver could be an attempt by local taxi operators to ward off newcomers.

19 days ago
WCED, activists work on solution to schools audit
WCED, activists work on solution to schools audit
Western Cape

Equal Education and education officials in the Western Cape held a meeting to discuss a social audit of more than 200 schools.

19 days ago
Bidding opens for Foreshore development
Bidding opens for Foreshore development
Western Cape

The bidding process to develop prime city land in exchange for infrastructure around Cape Town’s unfinished highways and ...