Police have been accused of using live ammunition during violent protests in Philippi.
It has become routine for protesters to destroy infrastructure, directly worsening lives of the poor, says Murray Williams.
SANParks has sold 354 rhinos for a total price of over R81m - an average of under R230 000 each - since January 2010.
Running battles rage across Cape’s Ma ...
Rioters ran through the smoke carrying cases of Coca-Cola after looting a wholesaler in Marikana, Philippi.
Cape train lines may be closed
Woman robbed while in labour
Gang robs passengers on Cape train
Robbery was ‘just like the movies’
Caught in spiral of society self-dest ...
‘More red tape will only tie all of u ...
With Zuma, the buck stops nowhere
Not easy being black in the colonial ...
Locals are key to a greater energy wi ...
Bok captain gets behind the rhinos
Springbok skipper Jean de Villiers has thrown his weight behind the Ride the Rhino three-day stage race.
Heyneke laments player carousel
Not once as Springbok coach has Heyneke Meyer been able to pick the same match-day squad from one week to the next.
Rio’s future plans
We could’ve played better - Hansen
Lamela ready to deliver for Spurs
Heat turned up on Boks
Amazon to rival Google's ad business
Amazon is preparing to take on Google in one of its core businesses.
Google buys Gecko design firm
Netcare loses bid to block KMPG from ...
Fall in mining stocks knock FTSE
US dollar rises to 11-month high
Distribution of wheelchairs from “Mr 50″ underway
Last week, an anonymous Samaritan wrote to Lead SA saying that for his 50th birthday he’d like to donate 50 wheelchairs to organisations and individuals who need them. Ta ...
567 CapeTalk takes on the Ice Bucket ...
Play your part in UCT’s Sweet Hearts ...
Spring clean your SA this September
Sign language approved as first langu ...
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