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Bet on a day of glam and thrills at Sun Met
Bet on a day of glam and thrills at Sun Met
Life

Get ready for a day of opulence and glamour at this year’s The Sun Met celebrated with Mumm.

10h
Hlaudi’s quotas and policies to remain
Hlaudi’s quotas and policies to remain
Politics

Hlaudi Motsoneng may have left the SABC, but his local content quotas will remain in place, the public broadcaster says.

27h
The Sun Met brings fashion packed line-up
The Sun Met brings fashion packed line-up
Fashion

Guests will spend the day networking while sipping on fountains of Mumm’s legendary Champagne at the Sun Met.

31h
#SunMet - Expert names favourites to win
#SunMet - Expert names favourites to win
Life

Legal Eagle is the horse to beat in the R5 million Sun Met on Saturday, says Rouvaun Smit, leading South African commentator.

32h
ANC starts final probe into Cape election 'rigging'
ANC starts final probe into Cape election 'rigging'
Politics

ANC NEC members are in Cape Town for a final probe into claims of rigging in the selection of councillor candidates ahead of 2016 municipal elections.

4 days ago
Taps will not run dry in 100 days - Cape officials
Taps will not run dry in 100 days - Cape officials
Western Cape

Even tighter water restrictions are coming soon for Cape Town residents, but officials deny reports that taps could run dry.

4 days ago
Impounding taxis 'a better deterrent'
Impounding taxis 'a better deterrent'
Industry news

Taxi drivers and motorists notch up 2000 fines in the CBD in six months, and don't seem to care - or pay them.

4 days ago
Firefighter dampens colleague's gripes about working hours
Firefighter dampens colleague's gripes about working hours
Western Cape

Firefighters must have a passion to do their job, a firefighter said, after it was reported that some firefighters claim that they are overworked.

4 days ago
Huge inequality poser at WEF
Huge inequality poser at WEF
Opinion

Oxfam's report suggests that corporate strategy and a neoliberal public policy agenda have reproduced inequality, writes Ayabonga Cawe