A local NGO believes it can not only pinpoint where two SA hostages are being held in Yemen, but also negotiate their safe release.
There was a huge pool of non-voters who would “be seen dead before they vote for any of the parties on the horizon right now”, says Mamphela Ramphel...
Valuable Sea Point land - earmarked to benefit the families of those forcibly removed under the Group Areas Act - is to be sold.
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The SAPS has paid out R209.93 million to settle 3 773 civil claims against it over the past financial year.
“Why did you hurt her? Why did you take her life? I have no sympathy for you. Do you realise what Anzunette meant to all of us?”
An argument over a spoon resulted in a Khayelitsha schoolboy being assaulted by a fellow pupil.
Raafiq Abrahams stands accused of stabbing Sulaiman Brey inside his Wynberg store after a botched robbery in 2002.
After residents appealed for help, Cape Town's mayor tried "one last time" to clean toilets in no-go areas.
A delegation from the ANCYL national task team is to go on a walkabout to determine the extent of the sanitation “crisis” in Cape Town.
Many young people believe foreigners are bad for the country, a survey revealed yesterday. (tues))
Customers were ducking and diving as bullets flew through the crowded parking lot in Ottery, Cape Town.
An American student had to be rescued after she injured her ankle jumping from a rock in Robberg Nature Reserve.
A councillor intends suing the premier after she tweeted that he tried to dump faeces inside a DA councillor's home.
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