CapeTalk’s Abongile Nzelenzele visited the Mandela Park informal settlement on Tuesday after the devastating Hout Bay fire.
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3000 shacks destroyed in a devastating fire at the weekend and residents say they cannot wait for City to provide materials.
Kieno Kammies reflects on his walkabout at Imizamo Yethu informal settlement following fires that left 15 000 residents homeless.
15 000 people have been left homeless following fires that destroyed 3 500 structures in the Imizamo Yethu informal settlement.
The race director says this was the first race to be cancelled in 40 years and the safety of the cyclists had to be considered.
The City has confirmed that 3 500 structures have been destroyed and 15 000 people displaced in this weekends devastating fire.
Ray White interviews Pauli van Wyk, an investigative journalist with Scorpio at Daily Maverick.
Walter Mangold, the owner of the popular tourist attraction in Hout Bay, was targeted by two men on the premises on Sunday.
Some recommendations by the Davis Tax Committee were met with concerns from members of the public on how they will be affected.
Eskom has warned that more power cuts can be expected as maintenance continues over the next twelve months.
Saru has partnered with Asics to create a special Blitzbokke jersey to celebrate Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday.
Employees will still be paid for five days of work, but work for four days.