Showing posts from June, 2006

ACDP calls for stringent action in the Kebble-linked tax invasion

Knysna dj set to plead not guilty

Initiation victim starves to death

Young people to be trained in drug counselling

Local pricipal suspended on sex charges

Disabled youth cries out in Youth Parliament

Parliament seeks resolution for education

Youth representatives behaviour criticised


SA youth voice their issues in Parliament

Zidane still on par

Local baby eventually receives heart operation

City to take next step in SATAWU damages claim

NSRI seek missing fisherman

SAPS pay tribute to officers killed at Jeppestown

Racism blamed for rugby players death

N2 Gateway applications extended

Missing boy found dead

Men appear for Jeppestown bloodbath

SAPS launches the Beat project

Access denied to hijacking accused

Police looking for missing people

Missing Plettenberg Bay man presumed to have drowned

Follow-up meeting regarding Jonkershoek land issue

Shoplifting charges dropped against Mfeketo's son

Is Cape Town ready for 2010 ?

Metrorail Commuters were left stranded yesterday evening

FEATURE: Life in a fan camp

Family murdered in Cape Town

Bush Radio contributes in the upliftment of Communities

The latest on the security strike

One killed during SAPS operation

A burned body of a baby found

More money for no fee schools

Spur robbed of R10 000

Attempted hijacker to remain in custody


MEC Fransman calls for more safety measures on the roads

22 killed on roads this morning

Attempted hijack on SAA plane

Cape Town train torched

Molo Songololo commemorates June 16

Re-occupation of houses in Stellenbosch farms

Magazine editor killed in Johannesburg

Hi-Jacking and Kidnapping suspects wanted

Golden Arrow employees injured during an armed robbery

de Klerk making steady progress in hospital

Possible end to the Security guard strike

Missing ten year old from Mitchell’s Plain

A head-on-collision claim five life’s in Mpumalanga

Three fatalities after shack fire in Cape


Police seek missing woman

ID's future strained

ACSA surprised by their inclusion in the name and shame campaign list

Two vehicles used in Belhar shooting found

MP’s concerned over shortage of time for important debates

Tennis news from Paris

Iraq releases 600 prisoners


19 injured in Sasol explosion

NPA concerned over criminal charges facing prosecutor

Body found next to railway line in Johannesburg

Minister announces SA's first national standards for air quality


New Bafana Bafana coach to be named on the 14th

250 people left homeless after Cape Town fire

Zimbabwe added to US State Department’s human trafficking blacklist

Angolan refugees encouraged to return home

SA’s customs policy to be brought in line with global advances

Thousands of suspicious transactions reported to authorities

Tennis news from Roland Garros

Sri Lanka thrashes England

Government the biggest property investment company

Mozambique monument to cost South Africa millions

SATAWU talks continues

A rock chip killed teen hunter

Equatorial Guinea frees a sick South African

A Free State mayor and ANC chief whip die in a motor accident

Telkom applies for ADSL broadband price cut

Beating heart transplant breakthrough

Beating heart transplant breakthrough

Beating heart transplant breakthrough

An Islamist militia seize Somalia's capital

Tony Leon to lay charges over an election pamphlet

Computers stolen from a Pretoria court

King Zwelithini urges young people to abstain from sex

Telkom beats expectations

Oil prices surge after Iran warns the US

Three more security guards killed

Three people die in fires

Minister announces 392 additional long-term fishing rights

Teen killed in hunting tragedy

Smart ID cards put on hold

Yengeni misses appeal deadline

Three die in Eastern Cape bus accident

Kidnapped Russians freed in Iraq

Security guard strike blamed for rising crime

South African-branded taxi popular in Switzerland

Nigerian oil workers released

Communist party wants amnesty for blacklisted debtors

Terror suspects arrested in Canada

ANC leaders take on Zuma

Zimbabwe train accident claims five lives

De Klerk undergoes tumour surgery

Good news for the unemployed

At least 14 people killed in road accidents

Nigerian rebels take eight oil workers hostage

Laila Ali to fight in Cape Town

Cape provincial official investigated for surfing porn sites

Seven people die in three road accidents

Tony Leon continues attack on Nqakula over crime

Sars’ e-filing proves popular

Stolen manhole covers replaced in Johannesburg

Afrikaner body opposed to changes to Women’s Monument

Theft costs Spoornet millions

Old Mutual settles in racism case

Anger over Nqakula’s dismissal of crime complaints

Axed Cape Town manager loses final court bid