Showing posts from February, 2009

NSRI assists fishermen in Knysna

Young girl found abandoned

Successful launch of housing scheme

Community Information Network

City urges residents to cut down on water usage

Two men arrested for murder of foreign national

SA’s Digital Migration plan acknowledged in the UK

TAC pickets over lack of ART

Minister urges SA to spend wisely

MEC to launch Steenberg housing scheme

Final day for public to comment on liquor bylaw

Mechanical difficulties hampers water supply

Finance Minister says SA not in recession

Somerset West fire still raging

27-year-old arrested in Woodstock

High school violence on the increase

MEC Fransman welcomes budget allocation

City receives lesser grant compared to cities of a similar size

Spend wisely or be punished

Cape fires could take days to extinguish

Khayelitsha man arrested in the Southern Cape for dealing in drugs

Bus company sends condolences to family

Fire fighters still working hard to control the blaze

Metro Police continue arresting drunk drivers

Two security guards wounded in cash-in-transit heist

Denosa condemns behaviour of TB patients

Eight arrested suspects to appear in court

Armed Robbery in Table View

Busy period for the City’s fire department

Body of female found in Kuilsriver park

Two constables arrested for being in possession of Dagga

Gugulethu police make 46 arrests over the weekend.

300 000 applications received as World Cup tickets go on sale

8 injured in head-on collision

Mineworker falls to his death

The UN Secretary General in Pretoria on Wednesday

Fire fighters battle Sir Lowry’s Pass fire

DA says that the Western Cape ANC is in for an electoral defeat

Woodstock police arrest eight suspects in Pine Road search

South Africa provides training in Sudan

Kuilsriver sisters found unharmed

City to engage in talks with taxi industry

City launches an infant hearing screening programme

SA and Mexico sign Memorandum of Understanding

Three girls go missing

WC government to fund Cape Nature after veld fires

SA Celebrities urge youth to vote

Re-opening of Somerset testing Centre delayed

2010 WC tickets on sale tomorrow

Green Point roof structure completed

Mayor to open Claremont Boulevard

City unhappy with budget allocation

Two arrested for drug dealing in Bishop Lavis

DA councillor suspended over Delft invasions

COPE calls on Manuel to make good on his word

CREW begins 2009 recruiting process

Police recover stolen goods in Thornton

IEC responds boldly to allegations by IFP

MEC clears up rumours about the closure of Woodstock health centre

Alcohol retailers angry over new bylaw

Majority of new registered voters were youth

Man amputates fingers while working on fishing vessel

Threats of taxi violence found to be false

Confusion over Woodstock evictions

SA Police Service on high alert

Man killed in Philippi robbery

Metro Police arrest five suspects

Taxi Association calls for another strike

Rumours of taxi strikes make its way across Cape Town

Fired fighter stoned in Philippi

Cyclist unsafe on City roads

Suspect shot in Jewellery store robbery

Jordan Lee-Jaars goes missing

Double booking causes backlog at testing centres

Fire in Overberg destroy plantation

Greenpoint Stadium on track

Missing boy’s body washes up at Blue Waters

Police nab vault thieves

Party campaign weekend

Sign of love?

Cape fires under control

Premier highlights local governments fight against poverty initiatives

Health MEC pleased with Brown’s address

Brown’s focus on house and liquor bill

Hundred shacks burnt in Milnerton

Province in a good state

State of the Province Address by Western Cape Premier Lynne Brown - full text