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Snake training for Cape Town landfill staff
23/11/2014 16:17
Snake training for Cape Town landfill staffTraining in snake identification and first aid for snake bites has been offered to City of Cape Town staff working at landfill sites.
Lili claim 'irresponsible': ANC
21/11/2014 13:11
Lili claim 'irresponsible': ANCFormer Cape Town city councillor Andile Lili's claim that the ANC's Western Cape leadership was involved in his shooting is "irresponsible", the party in the province said on Friday.
Body of a man recovered near St Helena Bay
23/11/2014 16:31
The body of a man was recovered while another man was still missing near St Helena Bay in the Western Cape on Sunday, the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) said.
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Body of a man recovered near St Helena BayBody of a man recovered near St Helena Bay
23/11/2014 16:31
The body of a man was recovered while another man was still missing near St Helena Bay in the Western Cape on Sunday, the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) said.
 
Snake training for Cape Town landfill staffSnake training for Cape Town landfill staff
23/11/2014 16:17
Training in snake identification and first aid for snake bites has been offered to City of Cape Town staff working at landfill sites.
 
Former police officer gets house arrestFormer police officer gets house arrest
21/11/2014 16:34
A former police warrant officer with 25 years of experience, was placed under house arrest for a year on Friday for his involvement in an assault on a naked Nigerian man in a street in the Cape Town CBD in March.
 
Lili claim 'irresponsible': ANCLili claim 'irresponsible': ANC
21/11/2014 13:11
Former Cape Town city councillor Andile Lili's claim that the ANC's Western Cape leadership was involved in his shooting is "irresponsible", the party in the province said on Friday.
 
ANC backs off on EFF reportANC backs off on EFF report
20/11/2014 23:43
Faced with a clearly combative opposition, the ANC on Thursday night abandoned a debate in the National Assembly on a report calling for the suspension of 20 Economic Freedom Fighters MPs from the legislature.
 
No record of Delft killing:PoliceNo record of Delft killing:Police
20/11/2014 16:15
The victim of an alleged mob justice attack in Delft, Cape Town, did not succumb to his injuries, Western Cape police said.
 
Dewani defence files discharge papersDewani defence files discharge papers
19/11/2014 17:22
Lawyers for British businessman Shrien Dewani filed their heads of argument on Wednesday afternoon for his discharge on charges of conspiring to kill his wife Anni.
 
Media company to  appeal porn channel rulingMedia company to appeal porn channel ruling
19/11/2014 17:22
An application for leave to appeal a court ruling on the licensing of three porn pay channels will be heard in the Western Cape High Court next month.
 
Cop eats banana as man diesCop eats banana as man dies
19/11/2014 7:47
Police officers stood by and watched an angry crowd mete out mob justice on a man who died an hour later from his injuries.
 
Political leaders agree to work together to restore dignityPolitical leaders agree to work together to restore dignity
18/11/2014 11:56
Leaders of political parties have agreed to work together to restore the dignity and integrity of Parliament, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Tuesday.
 
ANC slams DA, EFF ‘antics’ANC slams DA, EFF ‘antics’
18/11/2014 2:50
Following the latest round of disruptions in the National Assembly last week, the office of the chief whip has some harsh words to say on the matter.
 
Holes may set Dewani free’Holes may set Dewani free’
18/11/2014 12:54
Contradictions in the testimonies of the two accomplices turned state witnesses in the Anni Dewani murder trial could result in her husband and alleged killer going free, a criminal lawyer says.
 
Western Cape government pledges R2.37 million to help support Cape MinstrelsWestern Cape government pledges R2.37 million to help support Cape Minstrels
17/11/2014 14:11
The Western Cape government has pledged R2.37 million to help financially support the Cape Minstrels, Malay and Christmas choirs, the provincial department of cultural affairs said on Monday.
 
Dewani's defence to apply for dischargeDewani's defence to apply for discharge
17/11/2014 12:39
Lawyers for British businessman Shrien Dewani said on Monday they intended applying to the Western Cape High Court for his discharge on charges of conspiring to kill his wife Anni in 2010.
 
Ramaphosa to meet political parties in ParliamentRamaphosa to meet political parties in Parliament
17/11/2014 9:35
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa will on Tuesday meet the leaders of political parties in Parliament, the presidency said.
 
 

 




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