Hundreds march to Parliament, calling for action against climate change

This Heritage Day event was part of global protests against climate change

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Brief | 24 September 2022

What next in the twisty River Club saga?

No urgency to halt ongoing construction before interdict appeal, court rules

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News | 23 September 2022

Vrygrond will have to wait more than five years for a police station

The land on which a station was to be built is occupied by a crèche

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Brief | 23 September 2022

More than 60 crèches in Dunoon struggle to register for funding

Ward councillor asks education department to help crèches become compliant rather than shutting them down

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News | 22 September 2022

This is Cape Town’s best run train

Activists protest at Mini Blue Train to highlight PRASA’s failures

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Brief | 20 September 2022

Ndabeni protesters block busy road

City of Cape Town says it can’t provide services to shack dwellers living on private land

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News | 20 September 2022

Volunteers fill scores of rubbish bags during river clean-up

Mosselbank River Conservation Team in Cape Town mark World Clean-Up Day

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Brief | 20 September 2022

Shack dwellers say they cannot afford solar power company’s monthly fees

Empowerment project stumbles in Khayelitsha, showing the complexity of providing solutions to informal settlements

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News | 19 September 2022

Here’s who qualifies for Cape Town’s indigent support and lower rates

The City says it helps more than 40% of households with free basic services

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News | 14 September 2022

“Ubuntu is alive” and it sounds like marimbas

Annual Marimba Jam Festival in Cape Town brings youth together

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Brief | 13 September 2022

Khayelitsha’s all-girl soccer club pitch is flooded with sewage and rubbish

Mayco members give contradictory reasons for what’s happening

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Brief | 13 September 2022

Community blames loadshedding for deaths of young couple in shack fire

Police are investigating as several other shacks were also destroyed, leaving some families homeless

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Brief | 12 September 2022

It’s time to flip the housing delivery model on its head

The future of affordable housing is about the enabling state

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Opinion | 12 September 2022

Former UCT student named on rapist list wins damages

The woman who wrongfully put the student’s name on the widely circulated list must pay R300,000 in damages and medical bills

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Law | 9 September 2022

Mbalula sticking to December deadline to fully open Cape Town’s Central Line

An agreement has been signed with communities occupying the railway line

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Brief | 9 September 2022

Fed up with poor service, hundreds march to Eskom office in Khayelitsha

Residents want workers to return to the local office and for Eskom to fix high mast lights, transformers and faulty street lights in the community.

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News | 8 September 2022