Showing posts from December, 2008

Mother and child burn to death in Nyanga

SPCA denies debt reports

City warns residents about illegal discharge of fireworks

Mitchell’s Plain police request assistance from community

MEC McKenzie attends roadblock operation in Worcester

Metro police patrol beaches over festive season

Acting Mayor attends City road block

Tutu says Gaza attacks are like war crimes

Public assist in the arrest of a suspected criminal

Anti-war Coalition arranges protest march

Thunder storm damages Mitchell’s Plain homes

Fire causes Strand residents to loose homes

IHRC condemns attacks by Israeli forces

Water pipe burst in various communities

NSRI urges beach goers to be cautious over the festive season

Durbanville resident rescued from Breede River Mouth

Cracked water pipe being repaired in Parklands

Ceasefire Campaign says no military intervention in Zimbabwe

SADTU dismisses Madisha's claims

City’s plan to curb veld fires

79 year old women discovered dead in her Paarl home

Nonzamo resident arrested for abduction

Five month old baby abducted in Somerset West

62 year old woman stabs husband to death

Search continues for missing fourteen crew members

Puppies confiscated due to illegal breeding procedure

Police seek public assistance

COSATU has their annual end of year conference

South Africa number one seed

City urges residents to keep rivers clean

One dies in N2 accident

Antonio Williams goes missing

Cope finally registered as official political party

City of Cape Town offers alternatives to those who do not to queue

R70 million donated to better nursing education

Trade union Solidarity makes history

Community Information Network

City thanks Kommetjie residents for their patience

Traffic officers in full force over the weekend

Kommetjie residents get a burst pipe

ANC veteran struggle hero dies

SARS concerned about job losses in textile industry

ANC to beef up its structures in the Western Cape

City releases Nature Reserve Booklet

Cup winners Ajax Cape Town to parade through the City

COSATU pays their respects to Liz Abrahams

Enforcement of second hand goods act over festive season

Alleged 11 year old drug dealer wanted by police

Missing boy has been found

City formulates liquor trading hours by-Law

Security officials held up at gun point in Gardens

City Traffic services check long distance buses

Four rescued on City's beaches yesterday

Festive season festivities begin

Couple swept out to sea

NSRI saves hiker

SAPS promises to keep fireworks under control

Man arrested for illegal possession of Rock lobster

Armed robbers arrested in Mfuleni

32 drivers arrested over the weekend

City gets Clean Bill of Health from Auditor-General

Suspects arrested for theft and housebreaking

Big donation made to Tygerberg Children’s Hospital

COPE positive about next year’s election

trade union says South Africans should be more optimistic about 2009

SAA crew members speak about Mumbai terror attacks

One suspect arrested following hijacking in Soneike, Kuilsriver

Success for City’s traffic safety operation

Road closures due to Christmas Choir Road March


City’s law enforcers to receive Segway electric vehicles

Metro Police arrest three in Hanover Park

Policing for a safer festive season

Man arrested for suspicion of murder

Missing persons aleart

Cosatu slams repo rate reduction

Robben Island launches new way to buy tickets

15-year-old boy gets bitten by a shark

Fedusa welcomes domestic worker pay increase

Man dies after falling onto rocks

City holds graduation ceremony for business students

Mitchell’s Plain switches on their festive lights

Leading political parties battle it out in by-elections

City appeals to South Peninsula residents to use water sparingly

Former Bush Radio station manager to be appointed to MDDA board

Government to meet with taxi industry

City of Cape Town installs new flush toilets

Justice Minister launches new programme

Violent protests at Cape Town taxi ranks

IEC rejects ANC’s Application

Motlanthe’s decision not to re-appoint Pikoli not in line with National Prosecuting Authority act