Western Cape MEC Alan Winde has formally petitioned Parliament to suspend the new visa regulations.
A governing body member of a Cape Town school has been asked to leave after “a physical altercation” with a pupil.
The rape of a 22-year-old Matie in a student house has been described by the acting vice-chancellor as a despicable act.
Woman resigns after fight with pupil
Burglar rapes and robs Matie student
Nyanga buses to get armed escorts
MyCiTi hurdles and highlights
Nyanga plunged into anarchy
ANC between a rock and hard place
If the party protects Zuma in the Nkandla debacle, it is likely to rue the consequences, writes Craig Dodds
Media are following EFF’s storyboard
Black in Cape Town? Be yourself
Defending a writer's freedom of speec ...
Caught in spiral of society self-dest ...
Last survivor of ‘Timeless Test’ dies
The world's oldest Test cricketer Norman Gordon, who was the last survivor of the ‘Timeless Test’, passed away at the age of 103. ...
United are the biggest spenders
All Blacks wary of improving Pumas
La Liga attracts the brightest talent ...
Proteas opt to bowl first
Thailand to export more to Russia
Thailand will be looking to export more of its agricultural goods to Russia, after Moscow imposed sanctions on the West.
Nigeria bank rules spur bond rush
US insider traders face longer jail t ...
Burger King maneuveres to cut US tax ...
Asian stocks fall, ECB uncertainty pu ...
To GOLD with love – Taya Maddock
The extremely talented and acclaimed South African artist Taya Maddock, recently gave GOLD Peer Education Development Agency an awe-inspiring painting as a gift for its 1 ...
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