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3 days ago
Poo protester could be flushed out
Poo protester could be flushed out
Politics

Former ANC councillor and poo protester Loyiso Nkohla is still employed by the City of Cape Town but that might come to an end soon.

3 days ago
Meet the co-founder of Manenberg's zero-fee private school
Meet the co-founder of Manenberg's zero-fee private school
Opinion

Ashra Norton is committed to changing the story in the area where she was born and raised, writes Gasant Abarder.

3 days ago
Cancer didn't stop matriculant Miche
Cancer didn't stop matriculant Miche
Matric Results

Miche Gertse endured years of illness throughout her school career but her perseverance earned her the ministerial award.

3 days ago
Family reunited with baby snatched from cot
Family reunited with baby snatched from cot
Crime & Courts

A relieved Cape Flats family has been reunited with eight-month-old Lucus Cederus after he was snatched from his cot three days ago.

4 days ago
Skills programme fills unemployment gap, inspires youth
Skills programme fills unemployment gap, inspires youth
Western Cape

A skills programme honouring the life of Ashley Kriel has been launched at the high school in his home suburb in Cape Town.

4 days ago
18 000 Western Cape pupils left in limbo
18 000 Western Cape pupils left in limbo
Western Cape

Teacher unions have slammed the WCED after at least 18 000 pupils across the province were unable to start their first day of school.

4 days ago
Close to code red as fires rage in Cape
Close to code red as fires rage in Cape
Western Cape

A near code red emergency was declared as firefighters battled close to a dozen fires raging across Cape Town.

5 days ago
Theft becoming 'normal' for Cape school
Theft becoming 'normal' for Cape school
Crime & Courts

Teachers and pupils at a Cape Town school will be starting the new school year on sour note after burglars vandalised parts of the school.

5 days ago
City of Cape Town issues dire water usage warning
City of Cape Town issues dire water usage warning
Western Cape

Cape Town's potable water supply is under strain as residents have used 59 million litres of water more than the city’s daily target.