From human bodies camouflaged in the city's streets to listening to music blindfolded in a large room.
A city school has done an about-turn on an earlier decision to not allow a pupil to wear a traditional Islamic headscarf.
Transport minister Dipuo Peters boarded a train from Kraaifontein to the city centre early yesterday - and got an earful from commuters.
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