Showing posts from March, 2006

The latest on the Bahrain sea disaster

Troubled waters for Cape Town’s city manager

Popcru and Correctional Services appear to have settled differences

At least seven South Africans rescued in sea drama off Bahrain

Green Point stadium gets the green light

Thousands of women in South Africa test anti-HIV products

DA calls on Hlophe to explain retainer allegations

Robbers wound two Cape Town men

Authorities urged to tackle prison overcrowding

Legal action threatened over deadly fire in Johannesburg

Unions claim victory against Telkom

Saru delegation visit the Southern Spears franchise

ID warns DA’s control of Cape Town will be short lived

Suspects arrested for airport heist

Social development takes steps to curb fraud

Fire claims 12 victims in Johannesburg city centre

SARU in trouble again over new Super 14 team

Row over Cape Town soccer stadium escalates

Diarrhoea detected after heavy flooding in North West

Transport minister meets with taxi industry representatives

Western Cape premier upset about soccer stadium delay

Zuma’s lawyers call for his acquittal

Mayor halts construction of Cape Town stadium

Sacked intelligence boss to challenge his dismissal

North West villagers evacuated due to flooding

SA Rugby refuses to meet with Spears representatives

Zuma’s defence wants rape charges dropped

Policeman charged after suspected burglar is wounded

Cape Town’s fire services get millions to upgrade

Disgruntled Telkom employees march in Pretoria

The latest on the Zuma rape trial

Deputy president launches skills project

DA demands independant judicial commission of enquiry

Zille denies being chased out of Khayelitsha

Zuma appoints new legal team to tackle media

Local Government suspends bus contract

Confusion over Telkom strike

Another silver for South Africa

Ramaphosa and Ngonyama also bugged by spies

Arrests in email saga expected soon

The Absa Cup Results

The final day of the Melbourne Commonwealth Games

Charles Taylor to be handed over

A daring robbery at Johannesburg International

Communications union threatens to strike

The DA wants NIA’s mandate to be reigned in

Calls for the protection of Zuma accuser’s rights

Striking security guards march in Cape Town

Cape Town to get additional nuclear power station

Western Cape schools offered financial relief

Miners saved from fiery death

Rasool urges councillors to get on with their jobs

Government ahead of target regarding police recruits

Cape Metro saga continues

Zuma rape trial continues

Security guards on strike

Twenty20 world champs on the cards

Egypt reports fourth suspected human bird flu case

Danny Jordaan wants Sven-Goran Eriksson

ICC inquiry condemns racist fans

Zimbabwe to further tighten media laws

KZN MEC quits after sex scandal

Teacher freed after rape trial errors

Eskom denies appointment because of race

International concern over Bush’s aggression

Gauteng speedster wanted to evade police

KZN temporary teachers get better deal

Arch gets new title

Mbeki to lead high ranking delegation to Italy

Cape Peninsula target for armed robbers

Cape power crisis a step closer to being resolved

Debate continues over Stellenbosch University’s language policy

Man dies after Table Mountain fall

Tony Yengeni allegedly subjected to racist remarks

Trade union accuses Eskom of discrimination

Fourteen Cabinet Ministers fail to declare interests

The crisis in the Independent Democrats deepens

A drowning man saved at the last minute

Bush defiant over Iraq war

Elderly woman survives being shot in the head

Stormers defeated again

Police on hand as Cape Peninsula squatters are forcibly removed

New smoking law will come down hard on smokers

Mbeki takes tough line with new ANC mayors

University proves a traditional medicine has no value for Aids sufferers

Plan drawn up to deal with power cuts in Western Cape

Police in search for missing girl

Police swoop on dealers in endangered cycads

Another loss for Bulls

More than a hundred civil servants up for fraud

Mass defections from Patricia de Lille’s party

NSRI withdraws from search for missing seamen

Memorial service for veteran Cape Town journalist

Centre established to manage Western Cape power outages

Union’s plan to boost clothing sector

A major platinum seizure at Johannesburg International Airport

Man paralysed after being shot in a Hermanus pub

Natalie du Toit breaks world record

Minister intervenes to avert transport strike

Zille to probe Cape Town’s fire service

Helen Zille calls for South Africans to return home

Zuma may take the stand next week

Peace keeping forces becoming huge economic strain

Tremors shake Mozambique

The Zuma rape trial continues

Western Cape government acts to prevent spread of swine fever

Tshwane businesses owe the city millions in arrears

Africa needs more aid

Kaizer Chiefs still log leaders

Security Guards to embark on a nationwide strike

Zille vows to probe ANC tenders

Helen Zille the new mayor of Cape Town

Negotiations continues in the Cape Metro

Mbeki to meet with DRC president

Housing development on target in provinces

Reform of UN’s Human Rights Commission expected this week

DA flays Department of Home Affairs

More intimate details of Zuma rape trial

A deal has been reached for Cape Town Metropole

Transnet strike to discontinue

Search continues for a missing yachtsman on the East Coast

ANC’s metro mayoral candidates announced

Unions threaten to extend transport strike

Still no decision on who will govern Cape Town

The Absa cup draw

Unions satisfied with transport strike

Avian flu detected in Cameroon

Allegations of housing subsidy fraud

Murder suspect to appear in Cape Town Magistrates Court

Belgium looks to South Africa’s economy

ANC expected to announce mayoral candidates today

DA slams police management salaries

Three arrested for brutal slaying of four-year-old Makgabo Bernice Matlala

Transnet strike leaves thousands stranded

Unions threaten to extend transport strike

Jacob Zuma says he will bounce back

More than a thousand children murdered each year

Police under fire for bungled search

Government to boost number of health workers

COSATU to launch a Class Action Claim against Eskom

Burundi rape trial to be heard in South Africa

Cape Town gears up for cycle tour

There is a new plan to curb Cape Town blackouts

Police chief furious over delay in finding murdered child’s body

Investigations into corruption drastically increased

Africa ready for avian flu

Media urged to address gender imbalances

Energy saving boost for Cape Town

The baby Jordan murder trial

South African Army gets wake-up call

The latest on the Zuma trial