Two Cape Muslim parties have joined forces to avoid splitting the Muslim vote in the province.
Cape Town police arrested a 33-year-old man after discovering a drug laboratory at his Plumstead home.
Helen Zille has called on Eskom executives to repay the R31m in bonuses they received over the past two years.
Cape Muslim parties unite for polls
Drug lab found in Plumstead house
DA wants Eskom execs to repay R31m
Traffic cop ‘fired for doing her job’
Media blackout sparks debate
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The travails this week of two South African superstars have exposed many myths about "fame", says Murray Williams.
Letter: Interpreters are poorly paid
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What would world be without music?
Letter: I need to find dad’s killers
Creativity at Cape's Design Indaba
New businesses, start-ups and unique concepts are out in full force this year.
Sharks have the depth - Beast
Tendai Mtawarira insists the Sharks have the necessary depth to challenge for Super Rugby honours.
WTA not totally sold on IPTL idea
Warriors’ Harmer suspended for one ga ...
Igesund’s dad dies
Bayern’s Kroos drops England hint
Repsol restarts production in Libya
Spanish oil major Repsol said it had restarted production at its Libyan oil field.
MtGox files for bankruptcy protection
Russia sanctions could come this week
'Economic growth since '94 modest'
European shares rise in early trade
Add hope: State of hunger roundtable
A recent report by Statistics South Africa titled “Social Profile of Vulnerable Groups” highlighted the fact that 13.4% of households with children experience hunger. Thi ...
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