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31 days ago
Airport’s runway project is on track
Airport’s runway project is on track
Western Cape

All appears on track for the Airports Company of SA to proceed with plans to realign its main runway at the Cape Town International Airport.

31 days ago
19 sex workers nabbed on 'least busiest night'
19 sex workers nabbed on 'least busiest night'
Crime & Courts

The Cape Argus accompanied Cape Town’s Vice Squad while they were conducting their weekly operations, arresting sex workers for illegal activities.

33 days ago
Tutu is 1 000th face of gay drive
Tutu is 1 000th face of gay drive
Western Cape

Retired archbishop Desmond Tutu has became the 1 000th face of the Scalabrini Centre's "Let's Face It" campaign.

33 days ago
Laher loses court bid for assets
Laher loses court bid for assets
Crime & Courts

Businessman Irshaad Hunter Laher, at the centre of an investigation into the alleged supply of guns to Cape gangs, has lost ...

34 days ago
Man charged for allegedly impersonating pharmacist
Man charged for allegedly impersonating pharmacist
Crime & Courts

A man is set to appear in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on fraud charges after he allegedly impersonated a city pharmacist.

34 days ago
Suspended principal takes fight to labour council
Suspended principal takes fight to labour council
Western Cape

Embattled South Peninsula High principal Brian Isaacs is fighting a decision by the Western Cape Education Department to suspend him six months ago.

34 days ago
W Cape legislature opens with heckling and insults
W Cape legislature opens with heckling and insults
Politics

Allegations of vote-buying dominated the first sitting of the Western Cape provincial legislature after its lengthy recess.

34 days ago
And now for The Dignity Sandwich
And now for The Dignity Sandwich
Western Cape

The people of Streetscapes have started making and selling Dignity Sandwiches - named after The Dignity Project launched by the Cape Argus in April.

34 days ago
Universities warned 0% increase will be 'death knell'
Universities warned 0% increase will be 'death knell'
South Africa

Africa is littered with broken universities that held great promise a few decades ago, but are now essentially defunct as ...