Cape Town is in for a weekend of heavy rain, floods, gale force winds and a chance of snow on Table Mountain.
A progressive teacher union is needed that puts the child first, says Queneth Modisane.
The family of a Knysna teenager stabbed at school has called on schools to implement stricter security measures.
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Boy stabs fellow pupil in stomach
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Cape awash with illegal guns
Letter: We need new teachers’ union
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Another night of horror in Shifa
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Buzz over barber’s World Cup cuts
Rob Ferrel has embraced World Cup fever by taking the unusual step of styling footballers’ portraits into people’s hair.
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South Africa’s Siyabulela Mabulu defeated India’s Manjeet Nandal in a tense judo battle to scoop a bronze medal.
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DRC withdraws from CAN race
Delight as Murray wins first SA medal
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Asian markets mixed
Wall Street ends flat on mixed earnin ...
Brics bank a boost for SA: Zuma
Nigeria may move into world top 20
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