Nurturing young local filmmakers8 minutes ago
The makers of the movie Long Walk To Freedom, Videovision Entertainment, yesterday announced the establishment of a new division that will focus on modestly budgeted action films made in South Africa by local young filmmakers.
Residents left in dark26 minutes ago
The city of Cape Town’s electricity services department is stunned by the latest incident of vandalism in Bishop Lavis where unscrupulous thieves used grinders to demolish street lights.
Sanral reprimanded for Lwandle removals22/7/2014 19:39
An inquiry investigating the removal of people and structures from Sanral-owned land in Cape Town reprimanded the company on Tuesday for throwing people out onto the street.
Zuma to dispatch team to Israel22/7/2014 14:09
President Jacob Zuma is to send a special team to Israel and Palestine as fighting in the Gaza strip intensifies, International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane said on Tuesday.
Interdict was used at Lwandle: Sheriff22/7/2014 14:01
An interdict, and not an eviction order, was used to remove people from Sanral-owned land in Lwandle, Cape Town, the Sheriff of the High Court for the region said on Tuesday.
Cop tried to ‘solicit R10k bribe’22/7/2014 1:52
French SA Chamber of Commerce and Industries president Nicodemus Moeng was “very distressed” when a police officer allegedly demanded R10000 from him, the Specialised Commercial Crime Court in Bellville, Cape Town, heard.
Cape Welsh choir at Montagu Festival22/7/2014 1:19
The annual Montagu Music, Art, Dance and Drama Festival will this year see The Cape Welsh Choir compete against primary, high school and tertiary education institutions of Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Mossel Bay, Worcester and George.
Call to cut ties backed22/7/2014 1:09
The ANC Youth League in the Western Cape is backing ANC leaders on all fronts in their call to cut ties with Israel over the bombardment of Gaza.
Rooibos protected in EU trade pact21/7/2014 19:17
Rooibos tea has secured geographic indicator status in the long-awaited economic partnership agreement between southern African nations and the European Union, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies said on Monday.
Former Cope treasurer in court21/7/2014 17:00
An ex-Cope member appeared in a Cape Town court on Monday on charges of fraud, theft and money laundering.
Motivated by Mandela21/7/2014 4:27
Mandela Day might be something of the past but workers across the board are all in agreement that they want the zeal displayed by company bosses to be transferred to the workplace in helping creating a better work environment
Police survives armed attack21/7/2014 4:02
A metro police officer is lucky to be alive after he survived an attack by gunmen who shot him three times on Friday night when they tried to rob him of his pistol in Khayelistha.