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Cape’s race tensions fuel ‘Wexit’
Cape’s race tensions fuel ‘Wexit’
Coloured nationalist group Gatvol Capetonian will not contest the 2019 elections because it says the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC)...
Queers and the allure of gangs
Queers and the allure of gangs
Squeezed into her favourite red mini-skirt, Leslie van Rooyen, a sex worker at the time, ended her evening’s work and made her way to a Woodstock...
Safe spaces increase the chances of recovery
Safe spaces increase the chances of recovery
Joshua Kangsley and Adeeb Williams are part of a small group of heroin users trying to get “clean”. They attend an opioid substitution...
NLC funds breathe life into the West Coast Fossil Park
NLC funds breathe life into the West Coast Fossil Park
Visitors to the strikingly beautiful Western Cape can travel back in time at the West Coast Fossil Park in the Langebaanweg area, just an hour-and-a-half’s drive north of Cape Town; their experience of this ancient site has been improved by funding to the tune of R67-million from the...
Here are the City of Cape Town's guidelines for Level 3 water usage
Here are the City of Cape Town's guidelines for Level 3 water usage
The City of Cape Town is expected to lower water restrictions from Level 5 to Level 3 from December 1, it has announced.
Illegal cigarette brand a top seller in SA
Illegal cigarette brand a top seller in SA
An illegal cigarette brand, RG, is now the biggest seller in the country, research released by the Tobacco Institute of Southern Africa shows.
Slice of life: They would die for Bo-Kaap
Slice of life: They would die for Bo-Kaap
When we got there on that morning of the protest [Tuesday] here in Bo-Kaap, what was also really encouraging was to see some of the elderly...
Bo-Kaap divided over developers
Bo-Kaap divided over developers
As the Bo-Kaap neighbourhood in Cape Town faces off against big development, factionalism has been brewing among its residents.
Protesting Bo-Kaap residents claim small victory as crane leaves, charges dropped
Protesting Bo-Kaap residents claim small victory as crane leaves, charges dropped
Bo-Kaap residents cheered and waved as a crane belonging to construction company Blok left the neighbourhood on Wednesday.
Slice of life: Reading, the balm to pain
Slice of life: Reading, the balm to pain
By the time we got to the town of Laingsburg in the Western Cape, I couldn’t bend my knee and had to go to hospital because it was so swollen....
Rustenburg High shows up its junior school
Rustenburg High shows up its junior school
While concerned parents continue to urge transformation at Rustenburg Girls’ Junior School (RGJS), Rustenburg Girls’ High School (RGHS) has...
Dan Plato elected as Cape Town mayor
Dan Plato elected as Cape Town mayor
Dan Plato has been elected as Cape Town's new mayor during a special council sitting on Tuesday.

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