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Almost 10 000 people affected by Cape Town flooding
Almost 10 000 people affected by Cape Town flooding

Almost 10,000 people have been affected by flooding in Phillipi and Khayelitsha, the City of Cape Town said on Tuesday.

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High heels may cause cancer
High heels may cause cancer
Lifestyle

Wearing heels actively triggers low-level inflammation as the body is forced into an unnatural posture.

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'Stop interfering with people's free movement'
'Stop interfering with people's free movement'

Homeless people took to the streets on Monday in protest against the way they are treated by law enforcement and Central ...

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Parties capitalise on social media sites
Parties capitalise on social media sites

As political parties look to social media to make a connection with young voters, they have responded by voicing concerns ...

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Fransman still out of ANC fold
Fransman still out of ANC fold

Under-fire ANC provincial chairman Marius Fransman has approached the Western Cape High Court, seeking a copy of the party's ...

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NSFAS aids pupils with vital bursary info
NSFAS aids pupils with vital bursary info

Pupils should consider studying at Further Education and Training (FET) institutions instead of universities, National Student ...

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'DA trying to rewrite our history'
'DA trying to rewrite our history'

SA communist party general secretary Blade Nzimande has accused the DA of attempting to subvert the role of Nelson Mandela ...

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Police forge ties with local security companies to tackle crime hot spot
Police forge ties with local security companies to tackle crime hot spot

A joint operation between Kraaifontein police and nine 
private security companies has kept a crime hot spot incident-free for the past month.

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Fighting for the First People's rights
Fighting for the First People's rights

Nazeem Arnold is at every traditional meeting, conference and celebration, and is dedicated to his role of protecting the ...

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Red flags can help detect payroll fraud
Red flags can help detect payroll fraud

Payroll fraud is more endemic than many business owners realise, and this problem is not exclusive to small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

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Tips on making a smooth transition back to work
Tips on making a smooth transition back to work

Getting back into the workplace after a break need not be a traumatic experience.

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UCT slated for cancelling Rose
UCT slated for cancelling Rose

UCT students and academics say the university has used student activism as an excuse to justify its decision to withdraw ...

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Rights groups lash MEC over Tafelberg funds
Rights groups lash MEC over Tafelberg funds

CIVIL rights organisations Ndifuna Ukwazi and Reclaim The City have lashed out at Transport and Public Works MEC Donald ...

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Growing trend in buying houses below R1m
Growing trend in buying houses below R1m

THERE has been a 14 percent increase in houses under R1 million sold over the past year.

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SA getting sicker, conference told
SA getting sicker, conference told

PRETORIA: The South African population was getting sicker, with patients suffering from chronic diseases seeing doctors at least four times a year.