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NHBRC to reopen customer care offices next week

The National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC) will resume full service at its main provincial offices as of Monday 8 June 2020 in line...

Confirmed: Curfew lifted, alcohol sales back, exercise at any time, but...

President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation on Sunday about developments in South Africa’s risk-adjusted strategy to manage the spread of Covid-19. The Citizen reported, he...

Sol Kerzner dies aged 84 after battle with cancer

Hotel and casino magnate Sol Kerzner died of cancer on Saturday evening aged 84 in Cape Town. Kerzner was surrounded by his family at his...

Old Mutual National Choir Festival 2019 is back

The Old Mutual National Choir Festival (NCF), which has brought the best of choral music to the continent for 42 consecutive years, will be...

In pictures and videos: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle arrive in SA

Prince Harry, Meghan and their son have finally graced the coastal city of Cape Town for the first leg of their 10-day southern Africa...

City of Cape Town’s fining of homeless heading for court

A law firm representing a group of homeless people who were fined in terms of a controversial by-law swoop on the homeless sleeping in...

SA army starts duties in Manenberg, Cape Town

The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) troops on Thursday landed in the streets of Manenberg, one of the 10 crime hotspots in Cape...

ANC veterans slam Magashule for ‘outrageous’ racial utterances about whites

In a statement on Monday, numerous ANC veterans said it was “unacceptable” that ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule had told voters in Cape Town on...

Lerato Lelia on to her next adventure

Much loved presenter and OFM stalwart, Lerato Lelia, is leaving the OFM airwaves to begin a new chapter in her life, leaving a huge...

Arch Desmond Tutu admitted to hospital

Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Anglican Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, has been admitted to a hospital in Cape Town for a series of tests, his...

British Prime Minister Theresa May arrives in South Africa

British Prime Minister Theresa May arrived in Cape Town on Tuesday morning for her one-day working visit to South Africa. May, who is being hosted...

Province bully Cheetahs at wet Newlands

The defending Currie Cup champions, Western Province, kicked off their 2018 campaign on a high note as they bullied the Toyota Free State Cheetahs...

Swanepoel to debut against Province

The Toyota Free State Cheetahs have made seven changes to their starting XV which will face Western Province on Saturday in round two of...

Creating change through cycling

Imagine facing kilometres of the open road on two wheels while praying that you do not incur mother nature’s wrath with regards to the...

Heavy rain causes widespread flooding in Cape Town

Flooding had occurred mainly due to obstructions in the storm-water system catch pits and entry gullies. Cape Town is currently experiencing the much awaited and...

Stapelberg returns for Province quarter-final

Discipline will be key for the Toyota Free State XV on Sunday when they tackle Western Province in the quarter-finals in the SuperSport Rugby...

No Day Zero for Cape Town in 2019

There will be “no Day Zero in 2019 if appropriate water restrictions are maintained”, Cape Town deputy mayor Ian Neilson announced on Thursday. Speaking at...

Province vs. Free State XV moved to Cape Town

The SuperSport Rugby Challenge quarter-final between the defending champions, Western Province, and the Toyota Free State Cheetahs XV, is expected to be moved to...