Tenants’ long wait for home ownership comes to an end this year

City of Cape Town promises to scrap tenants’ debt to help with sale process

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News | 28 January 2022

Parliament’s botched digitisation may mean millions of precious documents were lost in the fire

Many scanned documents are impossible to read

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Feature | 28 January 2022

Hundreds of people conned out of R800 in jobs-for-cash scam

Police claim to be investigating but complaint was lodged over a month ago

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News | 27 January 2022

Families still without water as second pipe bursts in Cape Town township

Residents of New Beginning have to beg for water from neighbouring Bardale

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News | 26 January 2022

Dunoon matrics beat the odds

Piles of distinctions for learners from crowded Cape Town settlement

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Feature | 26 January 2022

Wolwerivier’s karate dojo: police captain teaches children “not to fight”

Carol-Ann Daniels found that children in one of Cape Town’s poorest areas had nothing to do

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Photo Essay | 25 January 2022

City of Cape Town promises to fix vandalised Khayelitsha market

Toilets are filthy, lights have been stripped, roofs are broken

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News | 25 January 2022

Landmark River Club case tests heritage rights

Court hears arguments over R4.5 billion development which would include an Amazon headquarters

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News | 24 January 2022

Watch: Guitars instead of guns for Cape Flats children

Bands not Gangs runs a music project that aims to reduce gangsterism

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Video | 21 January 2022

A challenge to Cape Town’s new administration: please fix the sewerage system

This is one thing which affects all of us

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GroundView | 20 January 2022

A year after a devastating fire, displaced Masiphumelele families are fed-up with their poor housing conditions

Malusi Booi commits to start building permanent houses before end of 2022

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News | 20 January 2022

Young George flood victims miss first day of school

Fundiswa Neti can’t afford to replace her children’s lost uniforms

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News | 19 January 2022

Memorial held for Dumisani Joxo who was killed, allegedly by a Cape Town officer

Joxo, a homeless man, was shot on 9 January 2022

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News | 14 January 2022

Western Cape study shows why Omicron wave caused less death

High rates of vaccination, past infections and the variant itself helped suppress deaths and hospitalisations

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Science | 14 January 2022

Simon’s Town train service is back, but commuters are worried about their safety

Passengers crowd together to fend off robbers

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Feature | 13 January 2022