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Bookkeeper was a 'people pleaser'
26/7/2014 12:15
Bookkeeper was a 'people pleaser'A mother of two, convicted of embezzling R6.8 million, was a "people pleaser" who was easily influenced by strong personalities, the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court heard on Friday.
Lwandle public hearings to resume
25/7/2014 15:47
Lwandle public hearings to resumeAn inquiry into the removal of people from Sanral-owned land in Cape Town will resume its public hearings next week.
Case involving Hawks postponed
26/7/2014 12:26
A heavy court roll on Friday caused the postponement of a corruption trial involving two former members of the Hawks, to Tuesday.
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Case involving Hawks postponedCase involving Hawks postponed
26/7/2014 12:26
A heavy court roll on Friday caused the postponement of a corruption trial involving two former members of the Hawks, to Tuesday.
 
Bookkeeper was a 'people pleaser'Bookkeeper was a 'people pleaser'
26/7/2014 12:15
A mother of two, convicted of embezzling R6.8 million, was a "people pleaser" who was easily influenced by strong personalities, the Bellville Specialised Commercial Crime Court heard on Friday.
 
Lwandle public hearings to resumeLwandle public hearings to resume
25/7/2014 15:47
An inquiry into the removal of people from Sanral-owned land in Cape Town will resume its public hearings next week.
 
Prayer for peacePrayer for peace
25/7/2014 4:45
The community of Bonteheuwel has vowed to fight gang violence and not allow the area to be run by a few trigger-happy delinquents.
 
Call for public input on airport revampCall for public input on airport revamp
25/7/2014 4:20
Cape Town International Airport has called for public input before it realigns its runway to construct parallel and rapid exit taxiways.
 
City offers SMMEs supportCity offers SMMEs support
24/7/2014 5:01
Cape Town has called on small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurs in Khayelitsha township and across the city to take part in the business and employment support programmes offered by the city.
 
Search fails to find missing fishermanSearch fails to find missing fisherman
24/7/2014 4:49
There remains no sign of a missing fisherman despite extensive sea and air rescue searches yesterday in Port Elizabeth.
 
CTCB to celebrate Women’s DayCTCB to celebrate Women’s Day
24/7/2014 4:34
Following the success of their Women’s Day production last year, Cape Town City Ballet (CTCB) will stage the Three’s Company on August 9 for one performance only.
 
Zuma sets team for energy planZuma sets team for energy plan
24/7/2014 12:41
President Jacob Zuma has named a team of ministers to drive the country’s energy programme at the Cabinet level.
 
Zuma repeats call for Gaza ceasefireZuma repeats call for Gaza ceasefire
23/7/2014 15:44
President Jacob Zuma repeated his call on Wednesday for a ceasefire in Gaza.
 
Nurturing young local filmmakersNurturing young local filmmakers
23/7/2014 1:26
The makers of the movie Long Walk To Freedom, Videovision Entertainment, yesterday announced the establishment of a new division that will focus on modestly budgeted action films made in South Africa by local young filmmakers.
 
Residents left in darkResidents left in dark
23/7/2014 1:09
The city of Cape Town’s electricity services department is stunned by the latest incident of vandalism in Bishop Lavis where unscrupulous thieves used grinders to demolish street lights.
 
Sanral reprimanded for Lwandle removalsSanral reprimanded for Lwandle removals
22/7/2014 19:39
An inquiry investigating the removal of people and structures from Sanral-owned land in Cape Town reprimanded the company on Tuesday for throwing people out onto the street.
 
Zuma to dispatch team to IsraelZuma to dispatch team to Israel
22/7/2014 14:09
President Jacob Zuma is to send a special team to Israel and Palestine as fighting in the Gaza strip intensifies, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said on Tuesday.
 
Interdict was used at Lwandle: SheriffInterdict was used at Lwandle: Sheriff
22/7/2014 14:01
An interdict, and not an eviction order, was used to remove people from Sanral-owned land in Lwandle, Cape Town, the Sheriff of the High Court for the region said on Tuesday.
 






 

 




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