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    Have your say on new road traffic regulations

    The Department of Transport is planning on making changes to the National Road Traffic Regulations and your input is required. Among the...

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    Messages of land grab amid protests are unfounded

    The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu), protests are expected to continue throughout the country today. The union are protesting a...

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    CCTV cameras zoom in on crime

    Closed-circuit television network (CCTV) across the metro is crucial to building a safer city. From July 2017 – March 2018 CCTV footage in Cape...

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    More strike action on Wednesday

    The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu), is planning to bring the country to a standstill on Wednesday. They are calling...

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    Cape Quarter gets a shake up

    The Cape Quarter Precinct in Greenpoint, Cape Town, will undergo a serious refurbishment by Tower Property Fund – this will include an...

    Cape Town Water Crisis

    City warns of more stringent water restrictions if consumption is not lowered

    Water usage in Cape Town has dropped to 507-million litres a day, a notable 35-million litres lower than the previous week’s spike of 542-million...

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    Father of missing Norwegian student speaks out

    The father of Norwegian student Marie Ostbo, who went missing on a beach in Sedgefield, last Wednesday, has broken his silence saying...

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    All aboard the Queen Elizabeth

    The majestic Queen Elizabeth cruised into Cape Town Harbour on Monday and we were lucky enough to enjoy a media tour aboard....