Showing posts from November, 2007

Police search for missing Kraaifontein girl

Festive season brings on unsafe roads

Dyanti announces commission of enquiry

March for the disabled this Monday

MEC gives message to pupils and edcators

Domestic Workers receive wage increase

City cancels slavery march

ANC calls for allowance of Abolition of Slave Trade march

Four people gunned down in separate shooting incidents

COSATU condemns trucks as use of transporting workers

Protea specialist returns to supersport series

Police raid Gympie Street, Woodstock

Warning for learners who stay at home

HIV testing targets exceeded

BVK's Mr Fat dies in hospital

50 000 people expected at opening festive season

Captonians to brace themselves for more load shedding

Gibbs fit to play for ODI series

City of Cape Town discusses animal safety

Permits ready for traders

Strike action to hit over 60 companies next month

COSATU expresses concern over SABC rights of ANC Conference

Joe Slovo residents take to streets again

Western Cape Forensic Laboratory to receive donation

Refugees not allowed to sleep outside Home Affairs

Parts of Blaauwberg to experience possible low water pressure

Shocking conditions at police stations

Kewtown suspects behind bars.

Improved transport system set to benefit the masses

Department of Water Affairs and Forestry to visit victims of abuse

New test to detect Human Papilloma Virus

500 Western Cape builders suspended

Joe Slovo to march again

Floods mark final matric exam

Suspect arrested for Kewtown murders

16 Days of No Violence Against Women and Children kicks off

COSATU praises Senzeni Zokwana

Another mineworker died

City Minstrels get R1 million rand

Department of Trade and Industry’s campaign in Western Cape

Housing hand over takes place in Nyanga

Bus Tour in Western Cape against sexual violence

City to target number plate transgressors

Five dead in suspected gang-shooting in Athlone

Water supply in areas of the city to be cut on Tuesday

Passop: 'Refugee beaten up by security guard'

Search continues for missing man

Khanya schools project wins award

Violence Intervention and Prevention Summit

ID councillors involved with fraud

The City puts safety Plan for Festive Season into action

Bogus police robs family

A 19 year old man arrested for Malicious Damage to an ATM

Upgrade of Bosmansdam/N7 interchange underway

‘Adjusted budgets a victory for poor people’ says COSATU

Briefing session for Greenmarket square traders

SA still has largest HIV positive population

ANC responds on bread price fixing finding

Standard Bank Pro20 goes full cycle

Cash in Transit Heist in Ravensmead

Cameras to add to security in Company Gardens

South Africa to sign petroleum agreement with Angola

Improper language at matric exam forbidden

Steyn now part of ODI’s and Pro20 squad

Electronic Initiative to reduce unemployment to open in Western Cape

Workers satisfied after strike is called off

New project to reduce unemployment

Freedom of Expression Institute concerned by violations of workers

Community Information Network

Fire on Devils Peak leaves Table Mountain under smoke