Showing posts from December, 2005

Another Cape Town informal settlement goes up in flames

The Cape minstrel march is off

The latest road death toll figures

Safety precautions for Matric celebrations

Fraud-probe urged into fuel shortage

SA’s drivers disregard heavy fines

Petrol price to drop next week

Alcohol a leading cause of road carnage

Western Cape residents asked to use water sparingly

Toddler dies in Cape Peninsula fire

DNA links man to Knysna killings

Dire warning for motorists who do not obey rules

A fuel price cut in January

Speared fisherman critical

Drowned man’s body found at Fisherman’s Walk

Speculation that the Knysna murder accused is innocent

Air crew back from Equatorial Guinea

No stats on SAPS protection

Five people die in a car accident

A breakthrough in the Philippi murder and rape case

Stranded air crew could be on their way home

Fuel crisis task team to be appointed soon

Police seek missing person

A nasty surprise for cheating matrics

Another suspected drowning in False Bay

Fuel slowly returns to the Cape

Hundreds die since start of festive season

A busy weekend for the NSRI

Fuel industry slammed over shortages

Zuma takes on the SABC over cancelled interview

Mbeki calls for greater steps towards reconciliation

South Africa’s Nobel Peace laureates to become a permanent fixture in Cape Town

Another teenager missing on the Cape Flats

Thousands arrested for crimes against women and children

QQ Section area committee meet with city officials

Airlines consider legal action against fuel companies

Stanley "Tookie" Williams may be buried in South Africa

Mbeki to attend municipal imbizo in Khayelitsha

Medical service launched on notorious road

Fuel shortage continues to bite

Government calls for review of fuel stocks

South Africans believe that politicians are corrupt - study

Provincial Spatial Development Framework to be released Tuesday

Table Mountain safety concerns for tourists

Ajax star faces second ban

Two feared drowned in the Western Cape

Motorists warned against drunk-driving

Seven arrested after boy killed in gang crossfire

Chaos at Cape Town International Airport eased

Telkom gets a competitor

NPA to investigate claims of a media campaign against Zuma

Western Cape on red alert as fires rage

Parliament approves Gautrain project

Suspect arrested for Knysna murders

Commuters charge Metrorail with corporate manslaughter

City cuts funding for N2 Gateway Project

Another power cut in the city

City admits irregularities with jewellery project

Matric fraud rocks top Western Cape school

Law society to visit Pollsmoor

Mbeki reacts to rape charge against Zuma

Another fire in Cape Town informal settlement

Fuel shortage in the Western Cape

Jacob Zuma formally charged with rape

Local athletes do their bit for charity

Suspected serial murderer in suicide attempt

Child seriously wounded in gang crossfire

Taxi bosses slammed for poor treatment of differently-abled people

Eskom told to explain power cuts

Cape Town beefs up security ahead of festive season

Suspected Cape Town serial killer in court today

Government to recruit skilled South Africans working abroad

Tripartite alliance to meet for talks

Farmworkers unsure about arrest of serial killer


Focus schools for disadvantaged communities

Same-sex marriages given the green light

Tourist bus robbed in Khayelitsha

Western Cape political parties at loggerheads

New ARV clinics for the province