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How Cape Town can win support for the next round of water cuts?
How Cape Town can win support for the next round of water cuts?
Dams in South Africa’s Cape Town are half of what they were this time last...
Rent owed to City goes from R3,400 to R260,000 in one month
Rent owed to City goes from R3,400 to R260,000 in one month
Vendors on the Grand Parade in Cape Town are looking for answers after their monthly rentals went up by extremely large amounts with no explanation...
Aunty Titi finds a home on Cape Flats
Aunty Titi finds a home on Cape Flats
As we sit outside her one-bedroom shack in the Cape Flats township of Tambo Village, passers-by greet Tiwonge Chimbalanga warmly — alternating between “skwiza”, “aunty” and, more commonly, “Aunty Titi”....
Maimane hopes for a more united DA caucus in Cape Town
Maimane hopes for a more united DA caucus in Cape Town
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane hopes a more united caucus will emerge after a special sub-committee looks into tensions within the party...
Maimane cuts De Lille and JP Smith from DA activities in Western Cape
Maimane cuts De Lille and JP Smith from DA activities in Western Cape
Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane has placed Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille and mayoral committee member JP Smith on "special leave"...
Patrollers in Marikana, Philippi East, live in fear after mass shooting
Patrollers in Marikana, Philippi East, live in fear after mass shooting
After dark, they would take to the streets of one of Cape Town's most dangerous communities, often armed with only determination to keep criminals...
Building SA's coastline for leisure activities may harm the protection of sea life
Building SA's coastline for leisure activities may harm the protection of sea life
The recently gazetted marine and coastal tourism implementation plan could see the protection of some sea life such as whales and turtles being...
Poets reclaim Cape Town's historical narrative
Poets reclaim Cape Town's historical narrative
‘It’s funny that you call this place Kaapstad. Kaap means ‘steal’ in Dutch. Kapen. ‘To steal’,” says Sjaan Flikweert. She says this...
Reimagining the lens of land
Reimagining the lens of land
The question of land is no longer left to politicians. Very recently, “the land” has become the property of the public, at least in terms of...
Letters to the editor: August 11 to 17 2017
Letters to the editor: August 11 to 17 2017
There is no doubt that the South African Communist Party’s (SACP) 14th congress resolution on state power and the option of contesting elections...
Dreaming of exile – memories of a rainbow nation childhood
Dreaming of exile – memories of a rainbow nation childhood
For many South Africans who grew up in the post-1994 era, the myth of the 'rainbow nation' was a cornerstone of their childhood. Naledi...

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