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It appears the week-long dinners will remain POC-centred, despite an order to by UCT management to make the event open to all.
Fellow South African photographer Paul Weinberg says Goldblatt's death marks a sad day for the nation.
The star will perform at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on 23 March and the Cape Town Stadium on 27 March 2019.
The City of CT's JP Smith explains that traffic officers are prohibited from using concealed netting and other deceptive tactics.
It is believed that the body could be that of six-year-old Stacey Adams who was reported missing over the weekend.
Our popular DIY guy Reuben the Screwman is swopping his headphones for the quiet life...
The Global Water Leaders Group will present preliminary results of a study evaluating Cape Town's water crisis.
Independent Journalist Kevin Bloom says its part of a global movement towards the recognition of the plant's properties.
The report reveals that former Gauteng Health MEC Brian Hlongwa and 11 others are involved in the irregular expenditure.
This week, the overall dam levels are at 40.9% of total storage capacity and there was an increase of 8.8 percentage points.
Sikonathi Mantshantsha echoes Parliament's sentiments in wanting to know what was discussed during David Mabuza's visit to Russia.
Acting Chief Executive and Registrar for medical schemes, Dr Sipho Kabane, explains what the Amendment Bill entails.
The City of Cape Town welcomes the first-ever ShotSpotter-linked conviction and sentence, handed down this month.
The instruction from Moyane to the official was to allegedly avoid speaking to KPMG investigators during 'rogue unit' inquiry.
Reverend Solomuzi Mabuza says he is considering laying charges against the woman for calling him a ka***r.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Mtongana about her attitude to money (hopes and fears, successes and failures, etc.).