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Cash payment system blamed for Uber taximan’s death
Cash payment system blamed for Uber taximan’s death
Crime & Courts

Uber drivers have blamed the cab-hailing service's cash payment option for the death of a Zimbabwe-born driver who was shot dead in Philippi.

1 day ago
WATCH: Wawrinka smashes Klizan where the sun don’t shine
WATCH: Wawrinka smashes Klizan where the sun don’t shine
Tennis

Stan Wawrinka lines up a shot, but didn't look where he was hitting.

1 day ago
Cape Town school choir earn invite to prestigious festival
Cape Town school choir earn invite to prestigious festival
Western Cape

Monument Park High School’s choir has been invited to take part in of one the most prestigious performance festivals in the world.

1 day ago
Rescuers on standby to help injured animals
Rescuers on standby to help injured animals
Western Cape

Volunteer animal rescuers remain on 24-hour standby should more fires threaten wildlife and domestic animals.

2 days ago
Tshabalala to name MPs who interfered at SABC
Tshabalala to name MPs who interfered at SABC
Politics

Former SABC chairperson Ellen Zandile Tshabalala is set to name a number of politicians who interfered in the running of ...

2 days ago
Four mini-mayors appointed for Cape Town
Four mini-mayors appointed for Cape Town
Politics

The City of Cape Town is set to be divided into four areas, each with its own “mini-mayor”, to better improve service delivery.

4 days ago
Metro cops wounded in attack
Metro cops wounded in attack
Crime & Courts

Attacks on metro police will be met with zero tolerance, mayoral council member for safety and security JP Smith said.

4 days ago
Poo protester could be flushed out
Poo protester could be flushed out
Politics

Former ANC councillor and poo protester Loyiso Nkohla is still employed by the City of Cape Town but that might come to an end soon.

5 days ago
Meet the co-founder of Manenberg's zero-fee private school
Meet the co-founder of Manenberg's zero-fee private school
Opinion

Ashra Norton is committed to changing the story in the area where she was born and raised, writes Gasant Abarder.