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Property market's two-fingers up to Cape's masses
Property market's two-fingers up to Cape's masses

Obviously, there’s some very silly money out there in the hands of people who have never heard of the GINI co-efficient, says Mike Wills.

Crime & Courts
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Cape commuter 'thrown from train'
Cape commuter 'thrown from train'

A 40-year-old man is recovering in hospital after being seriously injured when he was apparently “thrown” from a moving train ...

Western Cape
6h
Cosas calls for shutdown of Cape schools
Cosas calls for shutdown of Cape schools

The Congress of SA Students has called on Western Cape pupils to stay away from school on July 22.

Politics
7h
Stink in DA over poo man Nkohla
Stink in DA over poo man Nkohla

The DA’s acceptance of Ses’khona People’s Rights Movement leader Loyiso Nkohla and his supporters into the party has left some members fuming.

Crime & Courts
22h
Parents angry after Nyanga teen shot dead
Parents angry after Nyanga teen shot dead

Nyanga parents are still enraged after a fatal shooting in Zwelitsha that left a teenager dead and seven others injured.

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Relapse a tough fight that's difficult to overcome
Relapse a tough fight that's difficult to overcome

During recovery you may become exposed to triggers that increase your risk of relapse. My trigger was an earbud, writes Danny Oosthuizen.

Crime & Courts
28h
Businessman allegedly sold guns to gangs
Businessman allegedly sold guns to gangs

Irshaad “Hunter” Laher has been identified as the middle man between Christiaan Prinsloo and Cape gangs which bought guns from Prinsloo.

Africa
29h
Conservationist survives 'surprise' elephant attack
Conservationist survives 'surprise' elephant attack

World renowned conservationist Ian Redmond has expressed shock after he was charged by an elephant while out in the field in Kenya.[VIDEO].

Crime & Courts
30h
Star matriculant dies after taxi overturns
Star matriculant dies after taxi overturns

A night out to celebrate the end of their first semester exams ended in tragedy for a group of Stellenbosch friends.

Western Cape
30h
‘Leave roads until later, fix our homes first’
‘Leave roads until later, fix our homes first’

Residents of Clarkes Estate in Bishop Lavis appeared less than impressed with the announcement of road upgrades worth R124m in their area.

Crime & Courts
30h
Mastermind found guilty in marathon fraud trial
Mastermind found guilty in marathon fraud trial

The mastermind behind a million-dollar VAT fraud scheme has been found guilty of 35 of the 184 charges brought against him.

Crime & Courts
1 day ago
Teen killed, 7 injured in bread truck shooting
Teen killed, 7 injured in bread truck shooting

Seven teens were wounded and one killed following a foiled robbery involving a bread truck in Nyanga, Cape Town.

1 day ago
Alienated citizens are looking for hope
Alienated citizens are looking for hope

The the breakdown in relationships between most governments and their voters is the driving force behind Trumpism and Brexit, writes Murray Williams.

Politics
1 day ago
SABC undoing what my father died for: Fort Calata's son
SABC undoing what my father died for: Fort Calata's son

Lukhanyo Calata, whose father was one of the Cradock Four, spoke to the Cape Argus about the current crisis at the SABC. [VIDEO].

Crime & Courts
2 days ago
Fransman supporters ‘bullying’ alleged victim
Fransman supporters ‘bullying’ alleged victim

The ANC has been asked to rein in Marius Fransman over his supporters who have launched social media attacks on the woman ...