Showing posts from October, 2006

Indian commando introduces construction programme

Gang robs cash van and shoots cop

Teenager missing on the Cape Flats

Cellphone shops faced with new cellphone scam

Children in Khayelitsha to cycle to school

Children killed in car crash

Taxi drivers to protest again

Another shack fire leaves two men to die

Burials seen as a meeting place

Educor to provide 20 'affordable' private schools

Plans for 2010 to be revised next week

Constitutional Courts hears single mother's plea

Housing project spends substantial amount wihtout business plan

City call centre flooded with calls

More unrest on the city's roads

Mob stones suspected rapists to death

Research says women wake up grumpier than men

Mfuleni boy goes missing in bus terminus

Pupils fined for use of their cellphones

Demonstrators rally behind Zille and DA

A call to clean up City Graffiti

Taxi drivers strike tomorrow

Farewell to Strand kitesurfer


New Campaign launched for Grade ones

Cape's transport plan ahead for 2010

More school violence in Gauteng

Initiation school investigation continues

Four men arrested after routine roadblock

Lebo Mathosa dies in car accident

Strand fire claims a life

Transport minister speaks at indaba

Plans to better WC transport system

Men trapped in burning car

Housing developments to targets lower income group

Man accused of raping girl seeks bail

Backlog of over 2 million housing units

Bodies of murdered men identified

Cape Flats residents protest against service delivery

N7 bridge re-opened for two-way traffic

Suspect killed in hijack shooting

Pupil allegedly forced to drink own urine

Safer roads for Nyanga residents

Second nuclear plant may be built

Mxit services used to lure and capture sexual predator

Delft-Dumping ground for the city's displaced

Four arrested in TIK bust

Shoprite workers suspended after strike

NGO Task Team challenges Nuisance By Law

Alleged robber escapes after crashing into four cars

Five die in head-on-collision

Suspects arrested for armed robbery and motor theft

Youth arrested after allegedly setting woman alight

DA lukewarm about ID apology

Health services struggle as patients increase

Youth confesses to child killings

Trade unions meet with police chief

Fire kills baby, others left homeless

Destitute desperate to hang onto disability grants

Multimillion rand fraud at Eskom investigated

Checkers warehouse damaged after fire

Blackman Ngoro to be media tycoon

Education in some schools alarming

Labour minister will not apologise

Malawi Children's rights group unhappy

Parents arrested following son's death

New project launched for train commuters

Charges dropped against accused in school shooting

Mbeki to hold discussion with Mulder

Initiation principle pays R50 for each teen abducted

Gibbs in fear of possible arrest

Woman killed after visit to future in-laws

'W Cape financial dept has two blemished reports'

Mufamadi to discuss proposed system change with Zille and Dyantyi

Police find missing Cape Flats boy unharmed

Cash van guards to go on strike

R2 million for City's libraries

Shoprite Checkers strike resolved

Police search Cape Flats for missing child

Robbers flee in security firm bakkie

N7 Bridge remains closed from Goodwood area

Number of Somalis killed in the province rises

Sometimes 'hard decisions' were made even if 'unpopular'-Dyantyi

Bail granted for alleged campus rape

Blackman Ngoro's eye on community media

More libraries set to close in the Peninsula