Showing posts from November, 2005

South African opera star shot dead

Zuma not to comment on rape allegations

City opens a new clinic

Knysna murders linked to syndicate

Springbok captain suspended for six weeks

Local school to remain open

Daily paper suspends two senior staffers

ANC Youth League re-affirms support for Zuma as ANC president

Identity theft expected to rise

More delays expected at Cape Town International Airport

Government reconsidering the amount of provinces

Police not security gaurds, says Selebi

City lends support to shark spotting

Zuma to hear this week if he will face rape charges

WHO apologises for failing HIV treatment targets

Arrest made in 1979 rape case

Township fire claims 200 homes

Waterfront workers continue with strike action

Local artist assaulted in Italy

Inflation to peak next year

Automated airport baggage machines coming soon

Pipe bomb attack in Mitchell's Plain

Teacher shortage by 2008

Final weekend for voter registration

Police seek assistance with murder case

Teachers not spending enough time doing their jobs

Veld fire causes another power cut in Cape Town

Anti-rape picket outside Parliament

eTV to appear before committee

Prisoners build churches for the community

Education in the Western Cape gets a boost

Police seek armed robbery suspects

Winnie Mandela accuses Italy of Racism

World Diabetes Day - November 14

Lekoto ready to go home

Zuma's future hangs in the balance

Major announcement expected from De Beers

Black investors buy into Sun City

Popcru concerned over prison drama escape

Two in court over church murder

Police break up ANC protest

Cape Town family in shock after hostage ordeal

SA creates 30 thousand jobs per month - report

Fires still rampant in Southern and Eastern Cape


Hundreds of shacks destroyed in Khayelitsha blaze