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Outrage over Cape’s peak-hour traffic jams
Outrage over Cape’s peak-hour traffic jams
Industry news

Few things irritate Capetonians as much as cars ‘blocking the box’ - entering an intersection at rush hour without space to exit.

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Gauteng health department on the mend
Gauteng health department on the mend
Politics

MEC Qedani Mahlangu is winning the battle to resolve the problems that have plagued her department - as proven by its first ...

1 day ago
Police warn against bogus job adverts
Police warn against bogus job adverts
Crime & Courts

The South African Police Service has warned job seekers against fake online advertisements for police recruits.

1 day ago
Hawks office a security, safety and health risk
Hawks office a security, safety and health risk
Politics

Hawks officers risking their lives when they go to work at their Bellville offices because the building is delapidated and security is non-existent.

1 day ago
Carolus rallies for 'horrible truth'
Carolus rallies for 'horrible truth'
Politics

Cheryl Carolus told a gathering commemorating the 33rd anniversary of the UDF’s founding that “monsters” had crept into the soul of the ANC.

1 day ago
Countdown to the Paralympics
Countdown to the Paralympics
Sport

South Africa’s disabled athletes will be going for gold at the Rio Games

2 days ago
Rohde: chilling details
Rohde: chilling details

SHOCKING details about the suspected murder of real estate mogul Jason Rohde’s wife have emerged, with a post-mortem suggesting ...

2 days ago
Tutu ‘full of jokes’
in a city hospital
Tutu ‘full of jokes’
in a city hospital

CAPE Town mayor Patricia de Lille paid a visit to ailing former cleric Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu in hospital yesterday, ...

2 days ago
Stellenbosch's satellite an African triumph
Stellenbosch's satellite an African triumph

STELLENBOSCH University has become the first African university to develop a nano-satellite to be launched into space from ...

2 days ago
Outrage over city’s peak-hour traffic jams
Outrage over city’s peak-hour traffic jams

WHETHER you call it blocking the box or jamming the intersection, few things irritate Capetonians as much as cars entering ...

2 days ago
Thuli's successor seems equal to the task
Thuli's successor seems equal to the task

“I WILL serve my country with all my might.”

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SACP deputy denounces Number One
SACP deputy denounces Number One

THE SACP has said President Jacob Zuma should shoulder some blame for the ANC’s decline in support in recent local government ...

2 days ago
Near-fatal shooting gave rapper Khuli new perspective
Near-fatal shooting gave rapper Khuli new perspective

HIS BABY daughter Nia kept him going through the dark times.

2 days ago
Court freezes assets of businessman in gun-running case
Court freezes assets of businessman in gun-running case

A WESTERN Cape High Court judge found businessman Irshaad “Hunter” Laher, under investigation for the alleged supply of guns ...

2 days ago
Five years in SA made all the difference
Five years in SA made all the difference

WHEN Rabbi David Rosen sat down with the pope, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia or the Dalai Lama to explore the scope of shared ...