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‘Black business gets no work in DA-run Cape’
‘Black business gets no work in DA-run Cape’
Politics

Black business people in Cape Town say that under the DA, they are not receiving work from either the city council or provincial government.

69 mins
'Rape' scenario forces evaluation of textbooks
'Rape' scenario forces evaluation of textbooks
Crime & Courts

A task team has been appointed to evaluate school textbooks after complaints about a rape scenario in a Grade 10 life orientation textbook.

17h
ANC woos undecided Cape Flats voters
ANC woos undecided Cape Flats voters
Politics

The ANC went on a campaign in the Cape Flats focussing on the services delivered to residents, with a particular focus on backyard dwellers.

17h
Restitution begins for Dido Valley
Restitution begins for Dido Valley
Politics

Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille took part in the sod-turning at Dido Valley for a R40m project to return families to homes ...

21h
Wave of optimism precedes Rio-bound athletes
Wave of optimism precedes Rio-bound athletes

We must be getting some things right in South African sport when we’re travelling to Rio to compete with the world’s best, says Mike Wills.

21h
Principal Isaacs supporters demand he be reinstated
Principal Isaacs supporters demand he be reinstated
Western Cape

Supporters of suspended South Peninsula High School principal Brian Isaacs have held a protest outside the offices of the ...

22h
ANC members threatened with rifle
ANC members threatened with rifle
Crime & Courts

ANC members came under attack while campaigning in Eendekuil when a rifle-wielding man tried to prevent them from canvassing in the area.

22h
Red Cross reaches its R10m ICU target
Red Cross reaches its R10m ICU target
Western Cape

Red Cross Children’s Hospital has reached its R10 million target, bringing the completion of its new R100m state-of-the-art facility one step closer.

26h
Cape's public transport woes worse in winter
Cape's public transport woes worse in winter
Industry news

Almost half of low-income commuters spend an average of 43 percent of their household income on public transport.

1 day ago
Time for all of SA to reflect its demographics
Time for all of SA to reflect its demographics

Why is it that my family and other white families occupy a different reality from the rest of South Africans in this city? asks Yonela Diko.

1 day ago
Our wonderful doctors and nurses are true heroes
Our wonderful doctors and nurses are true heroes

Danny Oosthuizen pays homage to doctors and nurses at state hospitals who work long hours, under terrible conditions, and ...

1 day ago
Vehicles, shops torched in Paarl housing protest
Vehicles, shops torched in Paarl housing protest
Crime & Courts

Irate residents set Drakenstein Municipality vehicles and foreign-owned spaza shops alight in an ongoing protest over housing in the Mbekweni area.

1 day ago
Fresh calls for cheap Tafelberg housing
Fresh calls for cheap Tafelberg housing
Western Cape

A social housing non-profit organisation has joined the chorus of voices calling for the Tafelberg Remedial School site to ...

2 days ago
Cape‘s homeless go on the march for dignity
Cape‘s homeless go on the march for dignity
Western Cape

The city’s homeless have threatened to invade Cape Town civic centre and sleep there if their demands are not attended to.

2 days ago
Sweeping changes to NSFAS student loans
Sweeping changes to NSFAS student loans
Western Cape

The National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) will start rolling out a new application system for students next month.