Showing posts from August, 2008

Storm causes mayhem in the Mother City

Kids get high during lunch breaks

SA contingent head for Angola

South African government “happy” that relief workers are safe

The Cape braces itself for the mother of all storms

City grants R200 000 to Money for Jam project

Saccawu members demand better living wage

Jacob Zuma’s legal fees costing the state

Attempted armed robbery in Delft

Murder suspects arrested in Observatory

The Congress of South African Trade Unions welcomes Minister of Social Development

Lesbain woman case postponed again

Community Halls housing the displaced foreigners close today

DA urges Government to come clean about state that Productivity SA is in

Electricity crisis vindicates COSATU mass action

Alleged sword killer gets evaluated

Black Sash calls on government to address the needs of the poor

Scopions to prosecute perpetretors of xenophobia

New cables provide power for Soccer World Cup

DA calls for Pallo Jordan’s interference in Robben Island

Implicated MPs should not be involved in Scorpion hearings

Police commissioner's son to appear in court

Moving displaced foreigners out of Community Halls

New Police Academy in Observatory

The Mfuleni police have warned residents

Traffic Officer’s widow finally gets justice and closure

Gender activists outraged at Khayelitsha murder trial being delayed

Cash - in -transit heist in Malmesbury

Health MEC committed to improve township health care

Operator for new Green Point stadium selected

Man gets killed girlfriend gets raped

The department of housing will negotiate with Joe Slovo resident

No sympathy for dying South African babies

Motorist killed on the M3

Man shoots wife and himself

Man hands himself over after killing his girlfriend

Mini-tsunami hits Cape Coast

New detour road proves 2010 stadium progress

Changes to means test benefits more

Metro Police Chief suspended


Newfields Village blame poor housing for burglaries

FEDUSA disappointed with the arrest of Swazi union leader

Praises for the Goodwood traffic department

40 arrested in Metro Police blitz

Metro police help to curb drug trafficking

City warns of sharks this time of year

Even if you’re late, you pay. No matter what the occasion!

24-year-old dies after Observatory flat shooting

NSRI searches for the missing owner of a rubber duck

City’s water ranked as one of the best water supplies in the world

Five arrested for armed robbery in Khayelitsah

Full steam ahead for Philippi stadium upgrade

4th annual Woman’s Parliament, proved to be a huge success

Eskom leaves City station in the dark

City pioneers health initiative for deaf children

Retired Detective vowed to successfully finish his cases to long sentences

UDF to celebrate its 25th anniversary tomorrow

Railway thieves arrested in lightning speed

SA strengthens global contacts

President Mbeki addresses National Assembly at Woman’s Parliament about War on poverty campaign

R3 million to restore Princess Vlei

eNatis system crashes countrywide

Five men convicted in the Cape High court

More money spent on Olympics expo than on athletics

Mbeki warns SADC members of the challenges that lay ahead

Harmful bacteria found in City’s rivers

Joe Slovo task team to appear before constitutional court

Tree suicide man believed to sick

Kulula passengers in shock after plane plummet

Rail commuters back on track

Abahlali baseMjondolo hosts walkabout of Khayelitsha informal settlements

ACDP objects to disbanding of scorpions

Table mountain mugging figures drop

Major breakthrough for Lingelethu police


Closing down of refugee camps put on hold

Hanging body found in Liesbeek Parkway

Constable back at work after sexually assaulting gang-rape victim

Attempted Cash-in-transit in Mfuleni

NUMSA workers embark on legal strike

Traffic Department to end multiple booking soon

Hanover Park Community angry over substandard houses

ACDP opposes decision to close down refugee camps

FEDUSA writes open letter to Mboweni

Parow youth accuses her parents of rape

City of Cape Town takes a stand against graffiti

Unlawful eviction by City of Cape Town leads to murder in Du Noon

Oiled penguins rescued off Cape Coast

Reserve Bank faces tough decision

Major backlogs at traffic departments