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The Constitutional Review Committee is encouraging South Africans to participate in the process.
Is your Facebook safe? IT expert Colin Cullis explains the latest privacy scandal involving data mining firm Cambridge Analytica.
The Institute of Race Relations says just under R 3 billion will be spent on VIP protection this year alone.
African Union (AU) heads of state are set to sign the African Continental Free Trade Area agreement on Wednesday.
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Cape dam levels are down to 23.6%. Daily use has been set at 50l per person. Find out more about how to save water.
Consumer journalist Wendy Knowler provides useful insights and tips on how to make the most of your buying power.
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Read ongoing debates on the feasibility and inclusiveness of the winning Foreshore freeway precinct bid in Cape Town's inner city.
This incident was reported on Wednesday morning, about three hours after a group of five armed men stormed a jewellery shop at Zevenwacht Mall in Kuils River.
The DA’s Gauteng leader John Moody says while David Makhura has indicated he takes full responsibility for the Life Esidimeni tragedy, it’s simply not enough.
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