Showing posts from July, 2006

Three in court for smuggling dagga

The DA wants Judge President Hlophe to leave his duties

Cosatu and YCL wants arms deal case reopened

Boy stabbed for soccer ball

Five Koeberg staff members suspended

Cape fire engine collides with taxi

Zuma attends SACP fundraiser

Police officer kills his children and turns gun on himself in family shooting

Paper companies cut the amount of money received for recycled paper

Teenager has a lucky escape with shark

Cape Town to host the 2006 Homeless Soccer World Cup

Street children steal from tourists

Puplis arrested on charges of public violence

Angry backyard dwellers stone removal trucks in Delft

ANC revisits some provincial departments

Angry backyard dwellers demand accomodation

Deadline for swopping old light bulbs

Suspect in teen's murder up for trial

Further delays in the allocation process of the N2 Gateway

HIV campaign comes to a halt

Three men face charges on perlemoen dealing

Unit 2 reactor at Koeberg to operate at full capacity

Boy rescued after being trapped for 50 hours

Two abseilers left stranded without right equipment

Family murder suicide in Grassy Park

Sexual harrasment charges within SAPS

All Black tidal wave hits wounded springboks

Kaizer chiefs have victory over Man United

Rudolph and Amla score centuries

Six die, 11 injured in clash

Cape Town voted best city

Companies queue to buy Waterfont

Handbag thief steals cop bicycle

Heavy weights to clash this Saturday

A plaque unveiled to commemorate murdered scholar

Mandela and other freedom fighters honoured

Emergency plan in place as cold front hits Cape Town

DA councillor wife pleads quilty

Culling of ostriches under way

Woodstock squatters refuse to move away

Mbeki offers a message of support to Indonesia

Former mayor lays no charge

Indonesia death toll continues to rise after tsunami

Pair in rugby murder off on R500 bail

Meeting planned as 43 schools in province vandalised

SA still on alert for flu strain

Herschelle's back on top as opening batsman

Ratanga junction faces R320 000 claim after gas explosion

Tsunami kills more than 80 on Java coast

Tourism youth indaba held to encourage youth

World Icon slowly disappearing from public after 88

White blames Referee for dismal performance

Cape Town college leaves students stranded

Police Patrol Bellville taxi rank

World’s most powerful nations unite

Idols Winner boyfriend to appear in court

Springboks face biggest loss in 85 years

Rodrigues' intimidation trial date set

Four rob Lakeside petrol station

Tax payers get one day's grace

Two to be charged following rugby player's death

Manchester United hailed into Africa, with the sounds of a vuvuzela

City to launch international skateboard facility

Man in court after rape of girl

Mandela and Bill Clinton raise funds

Schumi rules out Nascar

Woman raped in jail

Boks prepared for Wallaby face-off

Fuel may top R7 per litre within weeks

Toddler dies in Johannesburg shack fire

The Squatters are not returning to district Six, says city

Union Solidarity to meet employers over wage negotiations

Second shootout claims one life and leaves others injured

Bill will safeguard rights of senior citizens

Missing Publication

Medicine and blood shortages in Mumbai hospitals may claim many more lives

Police still pick through the rubble after the Mumbai bombings last night.

Taxi rank in chaos

DA wants Trade and Industry Minister to explain the lottery money

ACDP slams KZN name change proposal

Taxi groups point fingers at each other

Over a hundred police served with eviction notices

Malatsi to take the witness stand today

Western Cape Social Services MEC to host a conference on Older Person's Bill

Special coins minted for 2010 World Cup

Christiano Ronaldo ‘Storm in a teacup’

Lack of police patrols on the N2 still an issue

Shocking Cape literacy rates

Jeppestown shooters may have been hired

IT plan for SA, overseen by Former US President, Bill Clinton

World Cup final reaches climax

34-year-old fraudster arrested

Man dies as busses collide