City officials are still picking through the debris in Langa after violent protest tore the township apart.
A step towards making Cape train stations safer was taken after high mast lighting was installed at the Eikenfontein.
Social ills are increasing on the Cape Flats, writes Lester September.
Langa picks up pieces after looting
Metrorail shines light on station saf ...
Curbing police killings ‘a priority’
Theron ‘killer’ on Valkenberg waiting ...
Pregnant teen hurt in Cape protest
Substance abuse fuelling violent crim ...
The aim: homelessness to self-suffici ...
Why speed? A child could get hurt
Pollsmoor set-up never made sense
Has Arts Festival grown stale?
Buzz over barber’s World Cup cuts
Rob Ferrel has embraced World Cup fever by taking the unusual step of styling footballers’ portraits into people’s hair.
Big Issue vendor’s new chapter
Messi can be shackled
Dutch defenders were able to subdue Lionel Messi for most of the semi-final between Argentina and the Netherlands.
Cook fails as India take charge
Germany takes tiki-taka to another le ...
Serena withdraws from Swedish Open
Greipel wins TDF sixth stage
Strike worsens metal sector performan ...
The ongoing metals and engineering strike is likely to worsen performance in the sector, Seifsa said.
Rand eases as industry, mining contra ...
Massmart sales growth climbs
Yellow maize drops to 3-year low
Faltering Germany casts cloud
What Mandela Day means to me
Both the life and legacy of Tata Madiba has touched us all in one way or another. This Nelson Mandela International Day (Mandela Day), we will celebrate for the first tim ...
Make everyday a Mandela Day
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Leading SA’s Urban Garden Movement
Abalimi Bezekhaya, empowering townshi ...
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