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Five years ago today, xenophobic violence flared up in Cape Town, causing thousands to flee and seek refuge in emergency camps. The ... View Pictures
It wasn't just the Gupta wedding at Sun City that was over-the-top in its lavishness. The invite alone came in a box like a treasure... View Pictures
Cape Town Stadium was rocked to the core on Tuesday, May 7 as US rockers Bon Jovi played their first show in SA since 1995.
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Concert-goers gathered outside the stadium from early yesterday, many eager school children to see Canadian pop star and teen sensat... View Pictures
The AfrikaBurn festival brought about 6 500 people to the heart of the Northern Cape's Tankwa Karoo, about 300km north of Cape Town,... View Pictures
Hard rock fans had a first-hand experience with Metallica at the Bellville Velodrome last night. They are due to perform again tonig... View Pictures
Shocked by the sight of so much blood, I subconsciously started doing maths in my head to figure out how many people must have been ... View Pictures
To mark the centenary of the 1913 Natives Land Act, a photographic exhibition opened yesterday at the Iziko SA National Gallery. Tit... View Pictures
Twenty pilot whales beached at Noordhoek early yesterday, drawing hundreds of people to try to catch a glimpse of the distressed mam... View Pictures
Spectators lined the Mouille Point promenade yesterday to watch the R1 million martime disaster exercise "Operation Beachy" where th... View Pictures
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