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Cape Town train torched

A passenger train at Cape Town Station is the cause of thick black plume of smoke rising from the city on Saturday July 21 at about...

Shack protesters butt heads with police

The battle against gentrification and the lack of affordable housing in the Bo-Kaap continued last week when, on Wednesday July 11, Bo-Kaap residents erected...

Cyclist snared

A wire trap which appears to have been deliberately set for cyclists on the Glen trail has left one Camps Bay cyclist injured.Harry Millar...

Vehicle crashes off Camps Bay cliff

A man believed to be in his 40s, was injured on Friday July 13 when his vehicle crashed off a cliff on Victoria Road...

Eskom leaves woman in black hole

If their technicians and the media team are a yardstick, it’s no surprise Eskom’s deep in the doo-doo.  It took them weeks to respond to...

DStv guide

Eskom leaves woman in black holeIf their technicians and the media team are a yardstick, it’s no surprise Eskom’s deep in the doo-doo.  It took...

Waterfront’s Silo District takes six property awards

The V&A Waterfront’s innovative Silo District development received six of the 2018 South African Property Owners’ Association (SAPOA) awards, including three coveted Best Overall...

Water leaks could cause account to spike

Peter Flower, director, water and sanitation department, City of Cape Town The City of Cape Town issues hundreds of thousands of accounts per month. Although...

Walk and jog for charity

The Yes We Can Sport and Jazz Foundation, supported by WP Athletics and Nantes Athletics Club, will host the inaugural Nelson Mandela Day Walk...

Residents concerned about land loss

While the application by residents to buy a portion of public open space on Erf 1319 in Tamboerskloof received full support at Sub-council 16...