The war in Gaza dominated discussions in the Cape legislature, with the ANC trying to force Zille to denounce Israel.
The nightmare for Metrorail commuters on the central line is set to continue as service has not been restored.
Israel-Gaza tops Cape legislature tal ...
Cape commuter chaos set to continue
R200 000 on flypast for Zuma
Another taxi driver killed in Cape To ...
Prasa may shut down Cape central line
Officials on the horns of a dilemma
Conservation is a wrangle that has divided opinion into two diametrically opposed camps, writes Adam Cruise.
As the wheels turn, vive la revolutio ...
We need to work together in Parliamen ...
Letter: We need new teachers’ union
Saving boys from school of hard knock ...
Bok captain gets behind the rhinos
Springbok skipper Jean de Villiers has thrown his weight behind the Ride the Rhino three-day stage race.
Buzz over barber’s World Cup cuts
Big Issue vendor’s new chapter
Liverpool set to continue spending
Liverpool's summer spending will exceed £100million if deals for Alberto Moreno and Javi Manquillo are completed.
Leishman leads Bridgestone Invitation ...
Venus spoils Azarenka’s party
Gavaskar slams India's 'surrender'
The Games where everyone plays a part
BNP Paribas: US fine leads to record ...
BNP Paribas posted its largest quarterly loss ever yesterday and France’s biggest bank replaced its compliance chief after a record fine ...
Role of multinational firms in promot ...
Brics intends to upscale value-added ...
Sappi sells off excess pine forest la ...
GPI tucks in to 10% BEE stake in Spur
Mi Casa and The Parlotones to raise funds for Children’s Hospital
29 July 2014 Johannesburg – Two of South Africa’s top bands, Mi Casa and The Parlotones, will be performing two special intimate acoustic shows at venues on the Nelson Ma ...
Cyclists: Don’t be a target for crimi ...
Books to build a community of readers
Call for Support – Karoo SPCA
Mothers Make a Difference Through Des ...
More Lead SA
You are here:
We like to make your life easier
Subscribe to one of our feeds and receive instant news.
Browse IOL on your phone at m.iol.co.za.
Subscribe to our newsletters. News delivered to your inbox!
TwitterJoin us now
FacebookJoin us now
Terms & Conditions
Cape Argus © 1999 - 2010 Independent Online. All rights strictly reserved. Independent Online is a wholly owned subsidiary of Independent News and Media. Reliance on the information this site contains is at your own risk. Independent Newspapers subscribes to the South African Press Code that prescribes news that is truthful, accurate, fair and balanced. If we don't live up to the Code please contact the Press Ombudsman at 011 484 3612/8.