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20 days ago
‘Fire labour chair Yengeni for hypocrisy’
‘Fire labour chair Yengeni for hypocrisy’

The DA on Sunday called for National Assembly labour committee chairwoman Lumka Yengeni to be removed from her post after ...

Cape Times
20 days ago
Three die in 3-car N2 collision
Three die in 3-car N2 collision

Three people died and three were injured in a three-car crash on the N2 near Grabouw in the early hours of Sunday morning, ...

Cape Times
20 days ago
SACP to increase ‘state capture’ pressure
SACP to increase ‘state capture’ pressure

The SACP is expected to come out guns blazing on Sunday about the ANC’s handling of the “serious” allegations of undue influence ...

Business News
23 days ago
‘Transform rural areas to grow economy’
‘Transform rural areas to grow economy’

South Africa’s depressed economy could grow at a faster rate if the rural areas were to be transformed.

Cape Times
23 days ago
Axing of outspoken principal Isaacs slated
Axing of outspoken principal Isaacs slated

THE Education Department’s axing of South Peninsula High School principal Brian Isaacs has been widely condemned as undemocratic ...

Cape Times
23 days ago
Gupta-owned firm forced to retrench
Gupta-owned firm forced to retrench

Gupta-owned company Sahara Computers retrenched 40 workers on Thursday after it failed to resolve an ongoing battle with South Africa’s major banks.

Cape Times
23 days ago
S&P junk status for SA ‘highly unlikely’
S&P junk status for SA ‘highly unlikely’

DESPITE a need for the growth rate of the economy to improve, a downgrade by rating agency Standard and Poor’s is highly unlikely.

Cape Times
23 days ago
Dangers of boozing, breast-feeding
Dangers of boozing, breast-feeding

CHILDREN born to mothers who drank alcohol after their birth and breast-fed were significantly lighter, had lower verbal ...

Cape Times
23 days ago
Youth urged to tap into green economy
Youth urged to tap into green economy

Young people should seize opportunities in the green economy by coming up with “energy-efficient” ways of doing business.

Cape Times
23 days ago
Robotic hand boosts prostate surgery
Robotic hand boosts prostate surgery

WITH the lifetime risk for prostate cancer among South African men being one in 27, a new robotic procedure is revolutionising patient treatment.

Cape Times
23 days ago
54% of students plan to work overseas
54% of students plan to work overseas

A survey conducted among over 1 500 South African students has revealed that 54% of the respondents plan to move abroad for ...

Cape Times
23 days ago
Anger after ANC calls police over sit-in
Anger after ANC calls police over sit-in

POLICE were called to the ANC’s provincial headquarters in the city centre yesterday to remove members who were disgruntled ...

Cape Times
23 days ago
Two pedestrian deaths on train tracks
Two pedestrian deaths on train tracks

TWO people have been killed in as many days while crossing railway tracks, Metrorail spokesperson Riana Scott has confirmed.

Cape Times
23 days ago
City has most literate adults in country
City has most literate adults in country

THE most literate adults in South Africa live in Cape Town, with 98.9% of them being able to read and write in at least one ...

Cape Times
23 days ago
Youth skills at heart of Edujazz concert
Youth skills at heart of Edujazz concert

The Sekunjalo Edujazz concert is set to entertain and empower the Mother City, with this year’s edition of the annual fund-raising ...