In this week's edition, we look at the president's Covid-19 leadership; Gray vs Mkhize over malnutrition; examine the pitfalls of emergency laws.
Light rain. Decreasing cloudiness. Mild.
The mom-of-two says since Covid-19 there have been more mouths to feed.
Although they will not exercise more than your index finger, they might help you relive memories of the outside world.
As South Africa began its 21-day lockdown to cut off the spread of the novel coronavirus the streets of South Africa are eerily quiet.
Each tidal pool will make the transition to the new cleaning system once current contracts expire.
City of Cape Town employees enjoy pension, medical aid, group life, study and leave benefits.
It sounds like the plot of a book or a movie: two people bump into each other 46 years after first meeting – and fall in love.
The campaign will see R10,000 worth of Uber rides gifted to South African job seekers.
Say hello to the 2020 captain of cocktails.
The local community police forum said the Bothasig police station is decorated to make it more accessible to the community.
The City of Cape Town wants to turn the area into a 24-hour CBD providing spaces for an “around the clock economy”.
Ingrid de Storie, Corrine Wilson and the other volunteers at 1 Kennel at a Time are doing wonderful work in communities where people now have even less to spend on their pets because of the strain the lockdown has put on their finances.
The legal footage from drone company Step Above captured eerily quiet streets and intersections.
A single mom from Mitchells Plain, Cape Town, is ecstatic after the equality court ruled that a local supermarket discriminated against her and her disabled son.
The micro-apartments, in Cape Town’s Southern suburbs, will be sold at R46,500 a square metre.
Google Station will wind down through 2020 and hand over operations to its partner Think WiFi.
The City of Cape Town believes when Western Province Rugby moves to the stadium in 2021, its financial position will improve significantly.
Analysis of recorded street fights in Amsterdam, Lancaster, and Cape Town all show people will step in to help 9 times out of 10 – despite the possible greater danger of doing so in South Africa.
The home owners already raised over R15,000 for animal shelters in the area through their detailed display.
Stats SA announced that international tourists arrivals declined by 5% in July 2019 compared to 2018.
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