Showing posts from July, 2008

Table Mountain’s new safety strategy

Premier Lynne Brown announces her Cabinet members

ID’s launch its own student organisation

Animals starve on Robben Island

New Premier must urgently get Provincial Government working

Mitchell’s Plain traders forced to relocate

Memorial lecture held in the memory of Ashley Kriel

City’s spending reaches record highs

Medical researchers say a daily intake of anti-retroviral drugs may be the answer to prevent HIV/Aids.

Delft girl dies after being raped

Mbeki thanked President Mubarak for the work he has done on the Palestinian issue.

Woman Kidnapped from Mannenberg

TV Viewers to pay up for digitisation

Bambanani meeting to be held at Pinelands High

Western Cape Health Department welcomes court ruling about XDR 6 TB

Dlamini Zuma to attend NAM meeting

DA says one transport plan for 2010 is enough

Government focuses on the challenge of social and national cohesion

Egyptian President to visit SA

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Malmesbury constable arrested

23 year old to appear in the Simons town Magistrate court

DA blames failure of Provincial and Local Government is a reflection of poor leadership

European Union insists on a transitional government for zimbabwe


Hout Bay man shot dead outside his home

DA’s fears confirmed by report

Lynne Brown’s inauguration as Premier of the Western Cape

Six suspected armed robbers arrested by Table View police

Communities protest hopefully not in vain

City of Cape Town is concerned about the Koeberg Power supply

Refugees staying in Soetwater Refugee Camp- dissatisfied about poor living conditions

26 new traffic officers recruited and in training

City to upgrade water systems in Mandalay

Queens Park High Principle dies of a heart attack

UDM Western Cape youth Vanguard concerned about Malema’s statement.

Two drug dealers arrested in Milnerton

Rasool’s resignation made official

Dlamini Zuma departs for SA-EU Summit

FEDUSA congralulates Ebrahim Patel on his selection as deputy chairperson of International Labour Organisation

City of Cape Town officials restrict N2 Gateway march

Zimbabwean opposition leaders finally decide to leave the "bitterness" behind

Koeberg shuts down one of its units

Basic hygiene can reduce disease infection in densely populated communities

Government will consider special dispensation for Zimbawean refugees

Oasis group provide food parcels for the poverty-stricken Uitsig community

Appeal for the South African Government to stop deportations of Zimbabwean immigrants

Delft teenagers arrested for murder

Violence erupts at Nyanga Home Affairs offices

Popcru suggest lighter bullet-proof vests for police

Cyclists end a long fundraising journey from Cairo to Cape Town

Rape trial of TAC member postponed to August 01

Four arrested in Tambeskloef

Residents continue to build informal dwellings in the flood plains

Two suspects arrested in Table View

Great success for Tik off There is hope Campaign

Former Police Commissioner urges public to go easy on Petros

COSATU snubs Madiba’s birthday bash

Spies, Steyn and Jantjies return to Bok squad

Men arrested for possession of illegal abalone

COSATU warns of fake emails

New law for male pensioners

WCED intoduces new web-based leave management system

Ebrahim Rasool saga might have negative effects on local businesses

Phillipi cash-in-transit heist probe

Ward Councilor organizes ID document campaign

Safe blood since 2005

Three Metro Officers arrested for corruption

Mustafadin Foundation denies claims that food served at Soetwater was rotten

Five Cape Town beaches nominated for Blue Flag status

73 areas damaged by floods

Backyard residents march for equality

Cash-in-transit heist

Springbok hooker suspended after weekend victory

DA urges President to alleviate nursing crisis

Four arrested in connection of Mandrax worth R1 milion

Cape floods had a positive impact on the Central Karoo District

Gun Free South Africa launches “Gun Destruction” campaign

Hundred million rands for housing in flood affected areas of Cape Town

Businesses in the Western Cape battle for survival

Premier holds anti-drug campaign

The aftermath of floods on Western Cape agriculture

Heavy rains cause roads to be closed down

Four foreigners arrested for drug dealing in Parow.

Port Elizabeth stadium will not host Confederations Cup

Dramatic sea rescue off east coast of Africa

Home Affairs to issue temporary ID s for displaced foreigners

Protestors on N2 freeway in Khayelitsha over slow response to flood victims.

Flood victims complain about their declining health

Council houses used for criminal activities

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Mitchell’s Plain resident goes missing

Electricity hikes will cause job loss

More rain for Cape Town

Finally the elderly take a stand against abuse

Crisis on Robben Island