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Cape stoning death strikes fear into motorists
Cape stoning death strikes fear into motorists
Crime & Courts

One has man died after being struck on the head with a brick in one of a series of stoning incidents that has struck fear into Cape Town motorists.

74 mins
Stories of hope for addicts
Stories of hope for addicts

South Africa is one of the countries where substance abuse remains a massive problem.

2 hours ago
Activists challenge the Oliphant in the room
Activists challenge the Oliphant in the room
Politics

Gender experts take issue with Lumka Oliphant's labelling detractors of Minister Bathabile Dlamini the children of “the whore of the town”.

7h
Croc victim well loved
Croc victim well loved
News

The tour guide killed in a crocodile attack at Le Bonheur Crocodile Farm in Paarl at the weekend has been described as a ...

8h
‘Nefarious’ reasons behind Absa report leak
‘Nefarious’ reasons behind Absa report leak
News

Former public protector Thuli Madonsela has said she cannot exclude attributing the leaking of the Absa apartheid looting ...

9h
City Bowl residents wake up to find houses covered in ash
City Bowl residents wake up to find houses covered in ash

People living in the suburbs around Deer Park in Cape Town, woke on Tuesday in homes covered in ash after a horrible smoky night.

18h
Battle to control blaze above Vredehoek
Battle to control blaze above Vredehoek
News

The City's Fire and Rescue Services were battling a blaze above Vredehoek and Oranjezicht in the City Bowl at midnight, with ...

18h
Dam levels at 42.5% – City plea to save water
Dam levels at 42.5% – City plea to save water
News

DAM levels are expected to be at 20 percent by around May if current water consumption levels in the province continue, the City says.

18h
De Lille tackling apartheid spatial planning legacy
De Lille tackling apartheid spatial planning legacy

MAYOR Patricia de Lille says the newly introduced organisational development and transformation plan will help the City’s ...