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Cape Town groundwater project on hold until 2022
Cape Town groundwater project on hold until 2022
Western Cape

The possible extraction of groundwater from the aquifer underneath the Table Mountain Group formation was shelved because of the high cost.

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ICYMI: Time for Mugabe to go, says DA's Maimane
ICYMI: Time for Mugabe to go, says DA's Maimane
zimbabwe

"The opposition won the elections and we (South Africa) negotiated a government of national unity, undermining the will of the people.”

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Row brews over Cape Town Pride representation
Row brews over Cape Town Pride representation
Western Cape

Cape Town Pride has come under fire for its apparent disregard for bodies that are not white, gay, cisgendered and able-bodied people.

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#Budget2017: Gordhan walks fiscal tightrope
#Budget2017: Gordhan walks fiscal tightrope
Budget

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's 2017 budget speech is unlikely to be positive for poor and middle class South Africans.

2 days ago
'Shack dwellers were not on a liveable area'
'Shack dwellers were not on a liveable area'
Western Cape

Families were left destitute after their homes in Muizenberg were demolished but according to the ward councillor, they occupied the land illegally.

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50 families evacuate Pringle Bay homes after blaze
50 families evacuate Pringle Bay homes after blaze
Western Cape

Families in 50 homes in Pringle Bay had to be evacuated as a fire raged out of control nearby.

2 days ago
Still no arrests in murdered lawyer case
Still no arrests in murdered lawyer case
Crime & Courts

Months after criminal lawyer Noorudien Hassan was gunned down outside his home, police have still not made any arrests.

2 days ago
Hout Bay Harbour a crime-ridden eyesore - PICS
Hout Bay Harbour a crime-ridden eyesore - PICS
Crime & Courts

Hout Bay Harbour, one of the jewels in Cape Town’s tourism crown has turned into a derelict, crime-infested place to fear, say residents.

2 days ago
UWC opens its doors to 4 200 first-year students
UWC opens its doors to 4 200 first-year students
Western Cape

Despite student protests over the past two years, UWC was still the best place to be, assured Vice-chancellor Tyrone Pretorius.