Distell workers down tools and picket

Workers want minority union Solidarity to be recognised by employer

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Brief | 7 February 2023

Man who was dragged naked from his shack to sue City of Cape Town

“[They] treated me like a dog” says Bulelani Qolani

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News | 2 February 2023

Cape Town’s beaches are dirtier than they seem

Several beaches were closed over the holidays, but test results show that water quality at some other beaches is even worse

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News | 2 February 2023

Commuters relieved as trains return to one of Cape Town’s busiest stations

PRASA says services in Parow will only be available during the week for now.

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News | 2 February 2023

Protesters block main road in Cape Town, demanding electricity

“Councillors fool us during election campaigns”

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News | 31 January 2023

Murdered Khayelitsha woman’s family say justice system failed them

Bongani Ngadleka found not guilty of fatally stabbing Phelokazi Mqathanya

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News | 31 January 2023

Major development planned for Cape Town’s derelict Strandfontein Pavilion

About 1,200 residential units, including subsidised housing, as well as retail and recreational facilities are proposed

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News | 31 January 2023

“Rebuild Pollsmoor prison” says TB expert

Prof Linda-Gail Bekker spoke at the first GroundUp/Bertha House “Science for the People” seminar

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News | 30 January 2023

“We’re losing big time”- businesses crippled by Eskom blackouts

Reduced income and extra costs are hurting local enterprise

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Photo Essay | 30 January 2023

Forcibly removed 60 years ago: Simon’s Town land claimants return

100 houses allocated to victims of the Group Areas Act

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News | 27 January 2023

Court battle over Zimbabwe permits set for April

“How can I be in a country where I came as a minor and be expected to pack my bags to go to Zimbabwe?”

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News | 27 January 2023

UCT Employees Union threatens strike as negotiations deadlock

The trade union is the largest at the university, representing 1,200 staff

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News | 26 January 2023

Studying before dawn earns seven distinctions for star Joe Slovo Park learner

Learners at Sinenjongo High overcome tough living conditions and Covid disruptions to excel

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News | 26 January 2023

Ocean View teen wins silver at badminton tournament in Mauritius

Micheala Ohlson made it to the tournament in Mauritius thanks to fund-raising

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Brief | 26 January 2023

Video: This abalone farm is starting to thrive

Inside a partly community-owned perlemoen farm that’s now producing 60 tonnes of the pricey gastropods every year

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Video | 25 January 2023

Perlemoen farm gives hope to West Coast community

Doring Bay Abalone, 37% owned by the community, produces about 60 tonnes of abalone per year, mostly to legally export to China.

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News | 24 January 2023