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Duvenage heading back to the Cape?

59 minutes ago

Former Stormers scrumhalf Dewaldt Duvenage may re-join his former team later this year.

SA joins Middle East conference

2016-05-25 22:59

President Jacob Zuma and Palestinian leader President Mahmoud Abbas met in Cape Town to talk about bilateral relations between their countries.

Africa Day pause and reflect with Zuma, ministers

2016-05-25 22:31

Trade between African countries had to be promoted and the continent needed to be "at peace with itself", President Jacob Zuma has said at an Africa Day event in Cape Town.

No clarity on Ndebele 'recall' claim

2016-05-25 20:21

Further information was not immediately available on a claim in court papers that South Africa's High Commissioner to Australia, Sbu Ndebele, has been recalled.

Guns of war silent in South Sudan - Ramaphosa

2016-05-25 19:42

South Africa has been honoured to have been part of uniting warring factions and bringing peace to South Sudan, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says.

Unfair for one country to carry another's failures - Zille

2016-05-25 17:23

It was unacceptable for one country on the subcontinent to be burdened with the failures of other states, Western Cape Premier Helen Zille says.

ANC doesn't need to buy votes with food parcels - Ramaphosa

2016-05-25 16:24

The ANC does not need to buy votes with food parcels, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has said in Parliament.

Shot cop fights off criminals, drives himself to hospital

2016-05-25 13:10

The Hawks have confirmed that a policeman assigned to the VIP Protection Unit in Cape Town managed to drive himself to hospital after he was shot and injured in Delft.

Court orderly nabbed for transporting drugs to court cells

2016-05-25 11:36

A police sergeant will appear on the wrong side of the dock on corruption charges after allegedly being nabbed with drugs and cellphones at the Bellville Magistrate's Court.

Date confirmed for Cape Town Sevens

2016-05-25 09:22

The highly-anticipated Cape Town Sevens tournament will take place on the weekend of December 10/11, 2016.

 

13 sexual violence cases reported at UCT in 4 months

2016-05-26 05:52

A sexual assault response team established by the University of Cape Town has reviewed 13 cases of sexual violence so far this year, according to a report.

MPs in heated debate over Africa Day

2016-05-25 22:55

MPs have displayed their passion and frustration over the African continent during a heated commemoration of Africa Day in Parliament.

More crowd control lessons for rookie cops

2016-05-25 21:16

Crowd control training for rookie police officers has been increased from a few days to three weeks in response to changing times, Police Minister Nathi Nhleko has said in the National Assembly.

No way to avoid buying Zuma a new jet - minister

2016-05-25 19:42

Getting a new presidential jet seems unavoidable, Defence Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has said in Parliament.

Ramaphosa answers questions on WEF, food parcels and South Sudan

2016-05-25 18:52

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa answered questions in quick succession in the National Assembly on Wednesday, with barely a point of order raised.

Coetzee's tricky flyhalf conundrum

2016-05-25 16:50

With Elton Jantjies possibly out injured, Allister Coetzee will have a tricky decision in choosing his flyhalf cover for the June 11 Test.

'Insufficient' police for hotspots ahead of elections

2016-05-25 16:24

Not enough police have been deployed to hotspots around the country ahead of the local government elections, Parliament has heard.

Stormers can take baby steps to playoffs

2016-05-25 12:25

They may be out of the playoff positions now, but the Stormers should still make it to the Super Rugby knockout stages.

These photos show real inequality in Cape Town

2016-05-25 09:48

A Cape Town photographer has provided a new perspective on the city's inequality: he used a drone to take photos of the glaring divides between the rich and the poor.

Parliament a 'sordid reality programme'

2016-05-24 20:27

Opposition parties have blamed the National Assembly’s tattered image on President Jacob Zuma and Speaker Baleka Mbete.

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