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... Manie, Foto24) Cape Town - Stellenbosch University is reviewing security at the institution after a 22-year-old Matie was raped during a break-in at a student house. The incident happened in...
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2014/09/01 11:34
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Firefighters battle to extinguish a Golden Arrow bus set alight during a protest in Nyanga. Photo: Cindy Waxa Cape Town - Nyanga bordered on anarchy on Monday morning as seven buses were set alight...
2014/09/01 06:34
2014/09/01 06:34
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Pictures: Selfies gone wild Cape Town - They have a reputation for being shy and retiring, but the animals at Cape Point have now joined the rest of the world by posing for a unique set of...
2014/08/30 10:34
2014/08/30 10:34
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Seeking compensation: Wheelchair-bound Charles Oppelt is suing the SA Rugby Union for damages after he was paralysed in a rugby game. Photo: Cindy Waxa, Cape Argus A young man who was left paralysed...
2014/08/30 10:34
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Charles Oppelt's life changed forever in March 2002 when he was left wheelchair-bound after being injured in a friendly rugby game. Picture Henk Kruger/Cape Argus Cape Town - Groote Schuur Hospital,...
2014/08/29 10:34
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As of August 2011, there were 1.8 million licensed civilian gun owners in South Africa. Picture: Henk Kruger Amid calls from political figures for tighter gun control laws, pro-gun lobby groups say...
2014/08/29 10:34
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Shahnaaz Slamang with her Marocchi 12-gauge shotgun at the False Bay Shooting Club. Picture: Henk Kruger Cape Argus reporter Chelsea Geach took to the shooting range, where she met Shahnaaz...
2014/08/29 09:34
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Tim Harris speaks at the Cape Town Press Club about the new regulations regarding visas. Photo: Cindy Waxa Cape Town - Stringent visa requirements are proving to be a “significant challenge” for the...
2014/08/29 08:18
2014/08/29 08:18
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Economic Freedom Fighters leader, Julius Malema. AFP PHOTO Julius Malema's comments about forcing change in Botswana may come back to bite him as he attempts to apply for a visa to attend an Umbrella...
2014/08/29 06:15
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The Public Investment Corporation (PIC) risked state pensioners’ cash to help to buy Independent newspapers last year, whereas other investors rejected the deal as overpriced and potentially...
2014/08/28 13:35
2014/08/28 13:35
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Luxolo and Zakumi Smandla make their way down a flooded street in RR Section, Khayelitsha. Photo: Cindy Waxa Cape Town - Hundreds of shacks were flooded and thousands of people displaced in townships...
2014/08/27 13:34
2014/08/27 13:34
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The land illegally invaded in Philippi last week is destined to become the site of a significant new job-creator and economic hub. File picture: David Ritchie Cape Town - The land illegally invaded...
2014/08/27 13:03
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Viglietti Motors (File, Viglietti Motors website) Cape Town - A case of culpable homicide has been opened against a 22-year-old driver who drove over a homeless man, killing him, and crashed into a...
2014/08/27 11:34
2014/08/27 11:34
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Jaco Taute is ready to become Western Provinces new hitman. Photo by Carl Fourie/Gallo Images Jaco Taute is ready to become Western Province’s new hitman. The team that will face the Blue Bulls at...
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2014/08/27 09:18
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A sign points to the Khayelitsha police station. Credit: EWN Former and current top cops in Cape Town have questioned a recommendation by the Khayelitsha Commission of Inquiry that calls for police...
2014/08/26 08:34
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... Cape Town. Cape Town CBD. Picture Henk Kruger Kine Dineo Mokwena-Kessi’s experience is not necessarily the experience of every black person in Cape Town, says Faith Ndlela. Cape Town - Kine...
2014/08/25 14:03
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Johannesburg - The attack by a tiger on a circus cleaner over the weekend was not as bad as people were making out, according to the owner of the circus. According to McLaren, the cleaner was mopping...
2014/08/25 13:34
2014/08/25 13:34
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After spending an evening with Tim Harris, the City of Cape Towns head of investment, Sheila Belcher was full of praise. Cape Town - After spending an evening with Tim Harris, the City of Cape Town’s...
2014/08/25 07:34
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Kine Dineo Mokwena-Kessi with Dr Iqbal Surv� Picture: Ian Landsberg An opinion piece by a young writer brought to the fore an issue we have been concerned about for a while now, says Dr Iqbal...
2014/08/22 18:34
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The burnt-out shell of the train set alight during protests in Khayelitsha. Photo: Tracey Adams It has become routine for “protesters” to destroy crucial infrastructure, directly worsening the lives...
2014/09/02 08:03
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