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R16m later, drunk-driving judge still on payroll
R16m later, drunk-driving judge still on payroll
Cape Times

THE WHEELS of justice grind slowly – especially in the case of controversial drink-and-drive high court judge Nkola Motata.

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After 28 years, he has an ID
After 28 years, he has an ID
Cape Times

JOSEPH Khoza could hardly contain his excitement after he finally received an ID book from the Department of Home Affairs ...

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Women urged to overcome patriarchy, abuse
Women urged to overcome patriarchy, abuse
Cape Times

YOUNG women were urged to free themselves from the bondage of a patriarchal 
society during a Women’s Month dialogue commemorating ...

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PE school in ethnic hair racism row
PE school in ethnic hair racism row
News

Pupils from Lawson Brown High School say learners with afro or braided hairstyles have been told they will not be allowed to write exams.

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Pretoria High School for Girls alumnae speak out
Pretoria High School for Girls alumnae speak out
Gauteng

We stand in solidarity with the bold and courageous learners of our school, says a group of ‘Old Girls’ from Pretoria High School for Girls.

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New national human trafficking resource line opens today
New national human trafficking resource line opens today
Cape Times

NGOs estimate that between 10 and 15 victims of labour trafficking disembark in Cape Town each month.

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ANC expedites Fransman's case within party structures
ANC expedites Fransman's case within party structures
Cape Times

Former Western Cape ANC MPL Max Ozinsky has been “co-opted” on the party's provincial executive as the party seeks to expedite ...

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Whale stays to say thank you
Whale stays to say thank you
Cape Times

A whale rescued from being entangled did the most extraordinary thing moments later… the animal swam up to the volunteers, ...

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SA Paralympic team ready to showcase talent in Rio
SA Paralympic team ready to showcase talent in Rio
Cape Times

South Africa’s Paralympians are ready for anything the Games might throw at them.

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Local Maths wiz wins bronze
Local Maths wiz wins bronze
Cape Times

International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) 2016 participant Yaseen Mowzer is delighted after scooping a bronze medal in Russia.

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Robertson Winery workers stand firm on demands
Robertson Winery workers stand firm on demands
Cape Times

In what has been described as a David and Goliath-like battle that could affect the entire agricultural sector, low-paid ...

1 day ago
SAPS promises to curb attacks on journalists
SAPS promises to curb attacks on journalists
South Africa

Acting National police commissioner General Kgomotso Phahlane has vowed to stop attacks on journalists by police officers ...

1 day ago
Why I won't leave the sinking ship… and leave ANC cadres to party
Why I won't leave the sinking ship… and leave ANC cadres to party
Cape Times

Dear Comrades

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Old Biscuit Mill distances itself from allegations of gentrification
Old Biscuit Mill distances itself from allegations of gentrification
Cape Times

The Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock has distanced itself from a court order granted to evict 28 families from a row of houses in Bromwell Street.

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Maimane presses Madonsela on Gupta probe
Maimane presses Madonsela on Gupta probe
Politics

The DA has demanded a progress report from the public protector on her investigation into claims of state capture by the Gupta family.