Prasa Rail CEO Mosenngwa Mofi has warned that Cape Town’s central train lines may be closed if vandalism continues.
Gugulethu residents have called for extra security at their local health centre after a spate of robberies.
The government is constructing one of the world’s most alarming and onerous entry-control systems, writes Dave Steward.
Cape train lines may be closed
Woman robbed while in labour
Gang robs passengers on Cape train
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Mashaba names first Bafana squad
Bafana coach Ephraim 'Shakes' Mashaba named a squad of 34 players for the next two Caf Africa Cup of Nations qualifying matches.
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Fitch ratings unchanged for SA banks
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Netcare loses KPMG blocking bid
Oil prices fall on Chinese data
Sacci accepts Mantashe's challenge
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