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Barefoot training ‘good for women netball players’
18/9/2014 23:50
Barefoot training ‘good for women netball players’A recent study by two sport scientists from Stellenbosch University (SU) reveals that women netball players may benefit from undergoing a barefoot training intervention.
Cape Tourism happy ‘Gigaba has heard us’
18/9/2014 23:49
Cape Tourism happy ‘Gigaba has heard us’Western Cape Tourism has welcomed the recent announcement by Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba that the introduction of strict new laws for travelling to and from South Africa with children has been postponed to June 1, 2015.
SA’s ‘first open mosque’ opens
19/9/2014 22:13
South Africa's 'first open mosque' held its inaugural prayer session on Friday afternoon amid criticism of its representation as a Muslim institution.
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SA’s ‘first open mosque’ opensSA’s ‘first open mosque’ opens
19/9/2014 22:13
South Africa's "first open mosque" held its inaugural prayer session on Friday afternoon amid criticism of its representation as a Muslim institution.
 
Barefoot training ‘good for women netball players’Barefoot training ‘good for women netball players’
18/9/2014 23:50
A recent study by two sport scientists from Stellenbosch University (SU) reveals that women netball players may benefit from undergoing a barefoot training intervention.
 
Cape Tourism happy ‘Gigaba has heard us’Cape Tourism happy ‘Gigaba has heard us’
18/9/2014 23:49
Western Cape Tourism has welcomed the recent announcement by Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba that the introduction of strict new laws for travelling to and from South Africa with children has been postponed to June 1, 2015.
 
MyCiTi to shuffle servicesMyCiTi to shuffle services
18/9/2014 23:47
Despite a record number of passenger journeys on MyCiti buses than initially targeted, the city of Cape Town’s transport authority, Transport for Cape Town (TCT), has announced its plans to shut down some of the services which are currently under used.
 
Elderly man found murdered in Great Brak RiverElderly man found murdered in Great Brak River
18/9/2014 14:26
A woman found her elderly husband dead in the Great Brak River, near George, Western Cape police said on Thursday.
 
Tutu peace centre in the worksTutu peace centre in the works
18/9/2014 4:34
In a bid to ensure that the legacy of Archbishop Desmond Tutu is recognised by future generations, the city of Cape Town’s mayoral committee will ask the council to approve a public participation process to establish the Desmond Tutu Peace Centre.
 
City creates 100000 jobs through its EPWPCity creates 100000 jobs through its EPWP
18/9/2014 4:31
The city of Cape Town had created about 100262 job opportunities through its expanded public works programme (EPWP) since 2011, mayor Patricia de Lille said yesterday.
 
Marathon draws global runnersMarathon draws global runners
18/9/2014 4:27
The recently announced sponsor, Sanlam, will provide a major boost to plans for the marathon to be classified as an IAAF sports event and will help place Cape Town on the global stage alongside other famous marathon cities.
 
200 heart transplants at Cape Town Hospital200 heart transplants at Cape Town Hospital
17/9/2014 19:37
The Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital in Cape Town has completed its 200th heart transplant, it said on Wednesday.
 
De Jager denied leave to appealDe Jager denied leave to appeal
17/9/2014 16:42
Former motor mechanic Johannes Christiaan de Jager, jailed for killing two teenagers, can not appeal his conviction and sentence, the Western Cape High Court ruled on Wednesday.
 
Grabouw protesters arrestedGrabouw protesters arrested
16/9/2014 14:46
Thirteen people were arrested for looting spaza shops during service delivery protests in Grabouw in the Western Cape, police said on Tuesday.
 
Two arrested for attacking Cape Town metro copsTwo arrested for attacking Cape Town metro cops
16/9/2014 14:41
Two people have been arrested for attacking two metro police officers in Philippi, the City of Cape Town said on Tuesday.
 
Alleged 'heart-eater' case postponedAlleged 'heart-eater' case postponed
16/9/2014 12:22
A man accused of cutting out and eating another man's heart appeared in the Athlone Magistrate's Court in Cape Town.
 
Creativity scholarships up for grabsCreativity scholarships up for grabs
16/9/2014 5:02
Loeries Creative Week kicked off yesterday and will once again be creating a “village in a city” and bring international and local delegates together in one place during the week.
 
Police action nabs 42Police action nabs 42
16/9/2014 5:00
Enforcement agencies confiscated a number of firearms in recent days as part of crime prevention and visible policing initiatives.
 




 

 






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