Showing posts from September, 2021

Hopeful Khayelitsha Residents as Minister of Water and Sanitation Sort out Sewerage problems

New laws for the homeless

Gugulethu residents fall Victim to voucher scam

[REPORT] SABRIC releases annual crime stats for 2020

hijacked truck with R1m cargo confiscated in Phillipi

Appletiser recalls products

SIU report on Digital vibes released

Hairdresser sentenced to 20 Years for Killing Toddler

Emotional tributes at memorial for slain Heinz Park teacher

Khayelitsha residents protest against poor service delivery

3 dead, several others injured after bakkie and car collides on N1 near weighbridge

Limpopo mom jailed after allegedly killing her son who threatened sibling

Western Cape tourism in hope for UK to remove SA from red list

Suspect allegedly linked to Joe Slovo taxi shooting to appear in court

3 women shot and killed in Khayelitsha

Search still on-going for Kalk Bay man lost at sea

Western Cape to exit 3rd wave by 2 October

The Western Cape Department of Health Seeing Decline in Covid-19 Vaccines

South Africa exits third-wave of COVID-19 infections

3 died, dozens displaces in Ravensmead fire

Youth Café launched in Riversdale

B97 taxi route remains closed for further 2 months

Two University of Limpopo students shot and killed and two more left injured in a robbery

Woman Dies of Severe Burn Allegedly attacked by Partner

Three dead after being shot in Joe Slovo taxi rank, in Milnerton on Wednesday morning.

The UN pledges R20 million towards KZN’S unrest

DA says government owned land should be used to build affordable housing

A Heinz Park Teacher Shot Dead

Over 90 000 Cape residents inoculated at CTICC

Western Cape government launches TB dashboard

32 Deaths No Link to Covid19 Vaccine, said WCDH

Endangered Penguins killed by Bees in Simonstown

3 dead, 2 injured in Nyanga shooting

Brackenfell police seize R2million worth of abalone

WC flying squad sends stern warning to drug dealers

2 dead on fishing vessel in West Coast

IEC hopes more youth & first-timers will register for elections