Julia is back in Cape Town briefly and caught up with CapeTalk's John Maytham.
The move affects more than 40 000 drivers, who will make their last trips on 30 September.
The community is demanding that the police act accordingly and remove gangsters from their community.
While BLSA and Sasfin have distanced themselves from auditing firm KPMG, Goldfield Mines has chosen to stay with them.
Consumer journalist Wendy Knowler provides useful insights and tips on how to make the most of your buying power.
Six proposals have been received by the City for the Foreshore freeway precinct.
Spring has hit the Cape and dam levels are 37.5% with about 27.5% usable water. Find out more about saving water.
Inspiring podcasts of stories of achievement against the odds, and invaluable advice for anyone with their eye on the big prize.
Recognising that it takes more than just grit and passion to run a great small business.
CapeTalk and Nedbank would like to invite business owners to a networking business breakfast.
Maimane says that the firm appears to have paved the way for the controversial Gupta-linked company Trillian to make money off Eskom because of a sub-contractor deal.
A 13-year-old boy died after suffering an injury while being bullied in Benoni.
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