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Students put focus on human trafficking

A group of Cape Peninsula University of Technology students is helping to fight the scourge of human trafficking with an awareness drive in high...

Spike in robberies in Goodwood

Goodwood police are warning about an increase in house robbery, house break-in and theft incidents. Captain Waynne Theunis said in the house robbery incidents, residents...

Read of the Week

What’s for LunchAnn Christodoulou New Media Publishing Review: Karen Watkins Afrikaanse meisie Ann Christodoulou and her Cypriot-Greek businessman and winemaker husband, Nick, moved to Hout Bay in...

Rates not for profit

Kevin Jacoby, chief financial officer, City of Cape Town An amount of R9.4 billion has been budgeted for rates income in the City of Cape...

Pirate taxis plague Voortrekker corridor

Parow police have warned commuters to be vigilant when using “pirate taxis” along Voortrekker Road, following two cases in the past month where...

Pay it forward

Social Development MEC Albert Fritz with the 16 young people - who have received university bursaries from a corporate sponsor - and their parents....

Ombudsmanfor SMEs

Janine Myburgh, president, Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry An ombudsman to help small and medium size businesses deal with the problem of late payments...

Karen Zoid

Afrikaans rocker Karen Zoid will perform at the Artscape on Wednesday June 20, at 8pm. “We are planning some surprises to show fans how...

Jazzart hosts dance send-off

Jazzart is hosting a send-off for its graduating group of 11 trainees by staging Archives, a season of works choreographed by three generations of...

Hospital in a sick state

The ageing Tygerberg Hospital is a money pit, but it will carry on soaking up millions of rand from state health budgets until a...