Showing posts from June, 2009

Chess Championship kicks off in Salt River

Missing boy found in Westlake

Third tragedy to hit Ngcawuzele family

The petrol price to increase again

Zuma to elect new police commissioner

City’s launches the second “Chance” programme

Suspect appears in court for 3-year-old's murder

57 drunk drivers arrested over the weekend

EAS Unit available to all SAPS members

Suspects flee after armed robbery

Most of unemployed people are illiterate

Max urges public to report child murderers

Bafana Bafana to improve performance before 2010

Police continue search for missing Guguletu residents

Suspects wanted for arm robbery

Three suspects arrested for armed robbery

Two SAPS members found dead in Kraaifontein home

Eight people injured in 3 car pile up

Tourist dies at Matroosberg Reserve-Ceres at the weekend

Lennix Max visits home of murdered girl

KZN doctors barred from protesting

3 year old found murdered in Khayelitsha

Excitement ahead of Bafana Spain game

Man dies in Durbanville accident

Zuma responds to SABC crisis

Burger and Botha to face disciplinary hearing

Minister Xingwana pays tribute to Michael Jackson

Murder suicide in Kraaifontein

Drug abuse on the increase amongst youth

Two more swine cases flu confirmed

Three arrested for armed robbery

Accident causes chaos in N1

Blatter gives South Africa thumbs up

State may take legal action against doctors

Thabo Mokgoba blasts Zuma over “Jesus” statement

Fuel price hike adds to consumers’ difficulties

Minister attends meeting in the USA

Nationwide state hospital strike threatened

Doctors at Groote Schuur Hospital staged a walkout

14-year-old Mitchell’s Plain girl reported missing

National Energy Regulator causes an uproar amongst consumers

City marks International Day against Drug Abuse

Two children missing from Eerste Rivier

Waiters arrested for card fraud

One killed and two injured in head on collision

Residents clash with police

Freedom Front Plus condemns Eskom power price hike

Outrage over electricity price surge

Mboweni surprises with unchanged repo rate

The sun will come out tomorrow

Missing persons alert

Tough times for South Africans

City proposes initiative to fight xenophobia in city

Temporary interruption of water supply in Simon’s Town

Illegal abalone seized by police

Electricity supply back to normal

Disaster Risk Management steps up aid as storms batter Cape Town

Government optimistic about new offer

SABC left with one board member

Zuma wants public servants to wear name tags

Man’s body found in Liesbeeck River

Civic society and government meets to find solutions in combating xenophobia

11 people injured in bakkie accident

State promises doctors increase

17 people injured in a taxi accident

Stormy weather causes electricity cuts

NSRI responds to Melkbosstrand

High level support for Eskom’s tariff increase

ANC expels 55 councillors

22 year old male suspect arrested for car theft

28 year old female body found in Muizenberg

Man shoots and kills robbers in Kleinmond

Man dies after being knocked down by a taxi

Robbery suspects to appear in court today

Stop sensationalising crime says Jordaan

Police seek information about the death of Hout Bay man

Residents advised to prepare for cold front

Johannesburg doctors strike cancelled

Security praised at the Confed cup

SA television crew released from custody in Niger

Organisers say no security breach during Confed Cup

17-year-old Mitchell’s Plain man arrested for murder

Body of unknown female found in Parrow

Seven arrested for speeding in Bellville and Athlone

City of Cape Town power off for two hours

44-year-old man found after two day search

Burger likely to play on Saturday

One man killed and another injured in shooting incident

DA supports legal bid that sign language be recognised as an examinable subject

Repairs underway on burst water pipe

58 year old suspect arrested for house robbery

Police confiscated huge sum of mandrax

Public hospital strike to hit patients tomorrow

SABC strike postponed temporarily

South African charities in a recession

SADC conclude its summit

2010 construction companies have a dedline on wage offer

R Kelly apologises to South African media

Zuma calls for a peaceful solution in Madagascar

Madisha to head newly formed trade union

SADC summit discussions continue in Sandton

Nineteen motorists arrested drunk driving

SANEF slams R.Kelly’s attempt to censor South African media

Two Chinese men arrested for abalone

Education MEC announced a new body to monitor schools

Bafana Bafana prepares for a do or die match against Spain

ANC slams media reports over NHI

Zuma to address SADC leaders

SABC says unions must respect court ruling

South African debt under the spotlight

Traffic services continue to fight drag racing

Molewa urges portfolio members to work closely

City distances itself from inefficient sewage system

Khayelitsha mourns death of Aids activist