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Cape's blusterous winds too risky for the Mercedez Benz fashion week

Cape's blusterous winds too risky for the Mercedez Benz fashion week

Several shows of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2017 had to be postponed due to the gusting winds.

Township women join hands with AirBnB through Ikhaya le Langa

Township women join hands with AirBnB through Ikhaya le Langa

Ikhaya le Langa is a non-profit organisation aimed at revitalising SA's townships by showcasing the colourful culture and history.

Service delivery app to be rolled out throughout WC in the next year

Service delivery app to be rolled out throughout WC in the next year

The Municipal Citizen Engagement Application has already been piloted in five municipalities including Oudtshoorn.

WC Blood Transfusion Service appeals to public to donate blood

WC Blood Transfusion Service appeals to public to donate blood

The agency says the Western Cape’s group B blood supply is under severe pressure.

Kidnapped Durban baby has been found alive and well

Kidnapped Durban baby has been found alive and well

Good news as one-month-old Siwaphiwe Mbambo was found in the early hours of Sunday morning following a two-day search.

Kalushi-The Story of Solomon Mahlangu now in South African cinemas

Kalushi-The Story of Solomon Mahlangu now in South African cinemas

A must see story for every South African

Meter taxi strike leaves airline passengers frustrated

Meter taxi strike leaves airline passengers frustrated

Customers found themselves caught in the middle of a feud between the Uber and taxi meter industry.

Will aquifers be a better solution to Cape's water problems?

Will aquifers be a better solution to Cape's water problems?

According to a hydrologist, a lot need to be considered when planning to extract water from the aquifers.

Deafness remains unseen but carries a huge cost and burden on society

Deafness remains unseen but carries a huge cost and burden on society

World hearing Day is celebrated on the 2nd of March and this year's theme is “Action for hearing loss: makes a sound investment”