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15 days ago
Know our heritage: Meet Mr Februarie
Know our heritage: Meet Mr Februarie

Cape Town resident Felix Februarie can trace his family back to a group of indentured labourers from India who settled in the Bo-Kaap.

15 days ago
Kannaland in debt to the tune of R37.6m
Kannaland in debt to the tune of R37.6m
Politics

Worn down by creditors, the beleaguered Kannaland municipality could be placed under administration by the Western Cape provincial government.

15 days ago
ConCourt garnishee ruling ‘to benefit millions’
ConCourt garnishee ruling ‘to benefit millions’
Crime & Courts

A landmark ruling by the Constitutional Court that no garnishee orders can be issued without oversight by a magistrate has been lauded.

15 days ago
Teen in court after mutilated body found in field
Teen in court after mutilated body found in field
Crime & Courts

A 19-year-old man has appeared in court in connection with the brutal killing of 18-year-old Lekita Moore in Valhalla Park, Cape Town.

15 days ago
Mayor to Bromwell tenants: ‘I can’t help all of you’
Mayor to Bromwell tenants: ‘I can’t help all of you’

Hope is running out for the tenants of Bromwell Street facing eviction at the end of September as the City of Cape Town said ...

15 days ago
Sol Kerzner estate given green light
Sol Kerzner estate given green light

The Cape Town city council has relaxed its urban edge boundary in Hout Bay and agreed to the felling of pine trees to allow ...

15 days ago
Racism protest after pupils fail drug tests
Racism protest after pupils fail drug tests
Crime & Courts

Cops were called out to a Cape Town high school after learners protested against alleged racism and favouritism over drug tests.

15 days ago
Know our heritage: Meet Mr Januarie
Know our heritage: Meet Mr Januarie

When slaves were brought to the Cape, they were given new names by their owners, often after the months of the year.

15 days ago
ANC not at war with itself, says Zuma
ANC not at war with itself, says Zuma
Politics

President Jacob Zuma flatly contradicted his deputy, Cyril Ramaphosa, in Parliament, denying the government is at war with itself.