Pedestrians will now have up to 23 seconds to cross some of the busiest intersections in the Cape Town CBD.
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.
Bid to make Cape Town more ‘walkable’
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Cape commuter chaos set to continue
R200 000 on flypast for Zuma
Another taxi driver killed in Cape To ...
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
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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
Sundowns hungry for MTN8 glory
Sundowns take on defending champions, Platinum Stars in what will be their first taste of competitive action since being crowned Premiership ...
Cech ready for Courtois challenge
Waratahs out to defy the odds
England must be relentless - Cook
Bolt set for Games debut
SA lobbies to retain US trade access
South Africa is pushing the US to keep open preferential access for exports ranging from cars to oranges in the face of opposition from Americ ...
Mboweni: Fair for free state stake in ...
Davies: SA at root of US, African tra ...
AngloGold sees more mine sales
Tokyo stocks close down
Mi Casa and The Parlotones to raise funds for Children’s Hospital
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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 ...
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