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3 days ago
Western Cape scores with investors
Western Cape scores with investors
Business News

The largest investment deal secured in the past year was for a renewable energy project in Caledon.

3 days ago
No WCED upgrades for schools on private land
No WCED upgrades for schools on private land
Western Cape

Advocacy group Equal Education wants the Western Cape Education Department explain why it won't provide infrastructure upgrades ...

3 days ago
Seeing heritage through a camera lens
Seeing heritage through a camera lens

Cape Argus photographer Cindy Waxa says Heritage Day is a timely reminder to show we are all Proudly South Africans.

4 days ago
Axed principal told to stay away from school
Axed principal told to stay away from school
Crime & Courts

Sacked South Peninsula High School principal Brian Isaacs has been warned he could face legal action if he doesn’t stay away from the school.

4 days ago
‘Abalone poachers destroy local communities’
‘Abalone poachers destroy local communities’
Crime & Courts

The Hawks have netted more than R136 million worth of abalone over the past seven years as they home in on poaching syndicates ...

4 days ago
Cellphone networks forced to explain high data costs
Cellphone networks forced to explain high data costs
Companies

Representatives from major cellphone firms were hauled before a parliamentary committee amid the #DataMustFall outcry.

4 days ago
December family name a ‘badge of honour’
December family name a ‘badge of honour’
Western Cape

Regina December is one of the oldest surviving matriarchs of the December clan. Her grandchildren have pieced together their family history.

4 days ago
‘Education liberated us’
‘Education liberated us’
Western Cape

Pniel Primary’s headmaster Ruben November believes that education has liberated people from the mindset of slavery.

4 days ago
Why everyone wants to be in Cape Town for Christmas
Why everyone wants to be in Cape Town for Christmas

Some destinations come and go on Best Of and Bucket Lists but Cape Town has hung in there, writes Mike Wills.