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21 days ago
No prosecution call yet on Van Breda murders
No prosecution call yet on Van Breda murders

MORE than 16 months after Martin van Breda, his wife Teresa and son Rudi were hacked to death with an axe at De Zalze golf ...

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21 days ago
Madonsela in state capture cash plea
Madonsela in state capture cash plea

PUBLIC Protector Thuli Madonsela on Tuesday repeated her call for additional funding for a probe into state capture.

Cape Times
21 days ago
Sharp rise in no-fee school pupils
Sharp rise in no-fee school pupils

THE number of pupils at no-fee schools has increased sharply over the last 13 years, the latest General Household Survey has shown.

Cape Times
21 days ago
Spare a thought on World Oceans Day
Spare a thought on World Oceans Day

PEOPLE around the world will celebrate World Oceans Day today to highlight the importance of the planet’s oceans.

Cape Times
21 days ago
Hunger NGOs worried over ability to provide
Hunger NGOs worried over ability to provide

Growing pressure on food security over the last year has hunger NGOs concerned about their ability to provide adequately ...

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21 days ago
Yengeni hits at drunk driving ‘conspiracy’
Yengeni hits at drunk driving ‘conspiracy’

ANC national executive committee member Tony Yengeni has told the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court he was not drunk when arrested ...

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21 days ago
Poison poaching not only killing elephants
Poison poaching not only killing elephants

The smell and ravaged sight hit us like a ton of bricks.

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21 days ago
Anger that sparked 16km Parliament march
Anger that sparked 16km Parliament march

ON WEDNESDAY, March 30, 1960, Ignatius Terblanche, the commanding officer at the Caledon Square police station in central ...

Cape Times
22 days ago
Zille gang stats’ claims denied by NPA
Zille gang stats’ claims denied by NPA

THE National Prosecuting Authority has denied claims by Premier Helen Zille it was the source of disputed statistics showing ...

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22 days ago
ANC, SACP trying to settle state capture differences
ANC, SACP trying to settle state capture differences

Top SACP and ANC officials were locked in a meeting yesterday to thrash out their differences in the wake of a recent fallout ...

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22 days ago
City council fails on employment equity
City council fails on employment equity

THE country’s best-run city is struggling with employment equity as white men continue to dominate mid-level to senior positions ...

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22 days ago
CPUT name change ‘not enough for District 6’
CPUT name change ‘not enough for District 6’

THE Cape Peninsula University of Technology’s decision to rename its Cape Town campus to honour its location means little ...

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22 days ago
Gangsters ‘like terrorists in SA’
Gangsters ‘like terrorists in SA’

THE effect of drug- and gang-related crime on communities in South Africa has been likened to terrorism experienced in war-torn countries.

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22 days ago
Sars undeclared taxes scam alert
Sars undeclared taxes scam alert

THE SA Revenue Service has warned small businesses of scam artists duping them into paying outstanding payments on undeclared taxes.

Cape Times
22 days ago
Cape has most poll parties
Cape has most poll parties

THE Western Cape has the highest number of political parties in the country registered to contest this year’s municipal elections, ...