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Lengwadishang Ramphele

Search continues for the third man after boat capsizes near Simon's Town

Search continues for the third man after boat capsizes near Simon's Town

NSRI head of drowning prevention Andrew Ingram explains how the pink rescue buoys have saved 43 lives since 2017.

SAHRC explains its stance on Agrizzi's fine and apology

SAHRC explains its stance on Agrizzi's fine and apology

The commission's spokesperson Buang Jones says the agreement reflects restorative and corrective measures.

Vicki Momberg loses bid to appeal conviction for using racial slurs

Vicki Momberg loses bid to appeal conviction for using racial slurs

She now has 30 days to approach the Supreme Court of Appeal for leave to appeal her conviction.

Yet another legal victory for Mr Tekkie against Pepkor

Yet another legal victory for Mr Tekkie against Pepkor

Pepkor’s application to declare as irregular some affidavits in terms of the use of the Mr Tekkie trademark was dismissed with costs

City of Cape Town 'hopeful' MyCiti N2 service back on track by end of July

City of Cape Town 'hopeful' MyCiti N2 service back on track by end of July

The service was suspended more than a month ago due to a contractual dispute.

ConCourt Rule 43 maintenance ruling: Still not appealable, but with exceptions

ConCourt Rule 43 maintenance ruling: Still not appealable, but with exceptions

Specialist attorney Juan Smuts explains what the ruling means for couples busy with divorce proceedings.

'Parking attendants asking motorists R50 for parking not a criminal offence'

'Parking attendants asking motorists R50 for parking not a criminal offence'

The City of Cape Town's JP Smith weighs in on complaints about being charged a set fee for parking near The Old Biscuit Mill.

Lawrence Mrwebi and Nomgcobo Jiba to continue practising as advocates

Lawrence Mrwebi and Nomgcobo Jiba to continue practising as advocates

The Constitutional Court has ruled in favour of the pair in a long battle with the General Council of the Bar.

Delft police officers en route to eSwatini to fetch man missing for six years

Delft police officers en route to eSwatini to fetch man missing for six years

Warrant officer Michael Daniels has offered his car to help the mother who thought her son had died but was recently found alive.